The 2nd Asia Tour Super Show 2 Live in Malaysia~~

After day by day, week by week , month by month….now I’ve got the time to update my blog…sorry for long time no update from me…

Ok..what to say first..hmmmm…yeahhh..of course about ” The 2nd Asia Tour Super Show 2 Live in Malaysia 2010 in Putra Stadium Bukit Jalil ”

huhuhhuh…for so long I’ve been waiting to meet again with Super Junior oppa…after the MAA 2008 at Genting…now once again I’ve got the chance to meet them back…yeahhh….

Continued about the concert…the concert start late that day BUT we as ELF..never felt tired or regretted once the concert is started…The concert started by performances by local Mandopop duo Thomas Jack – who were accompanied by eight dancers – and teen singer Iqwal.

Finally, time for our beloved oppa performance…they started the concert by each of person came out from different location…so lucky for the fans who can stand close by them…kyaaaa…my bad…my bad…

First was opening with their first song like during their performance on MAA 2008 ~ Thirsty ~ then continued with UIt’s You and She’s Dangerous…..

Then, its time for introducing themselves individually…the first who came out was heechul oppa…He make us,ELF shout out loud…”Saranghaeyo Kim Heechul..oo-yu baekka Kim Heechul”…hehehhehe…he’s always show us his charms side….then continued with siwonnie…

Here are some of the name stated during the concert…The Dangerous Cinderella Heechul, The Living Work of Art Siwon, Hottest Baby Kyuhyun, The Bubble Boy Yesung, Loveable Blurness Ryeowook, Ultimate Sweetness Sungmin, Bejeweled Eunhyuk, Sexy Fishy Donghae, Cutie Pie Shindong and Fallen Angel Leeteuk.

I also can’t forget about their solo performance..each of the performances was very DAEBAK….kekeke…Sungmin oppa pianos’ performance..Ryeowook oppa singing Insomnia…Donghae oppa cools dance featuring with Eunhyuk oppa…Kyuhyun oppa and Yesung oppa great vocal…Leeteuk oppa singing JYP song… Siwon oppa ballads song….Heechul oppa singing Ivys’ song featuring with Ryeowook pianos’ performance and also Henry with her violins’ skill…

Our cute magnae, Super Junior M, Henry also gave out his solo song and danced…he’s so damn cute with his smile..I’m totally into his sweet smile…aigooooo…can’t resist it…then during Super Junior M performance…Blue Tomorrow and Super Girl…suddenly I’m feeling teary in my eyes…of course because of thinking of our Hankyung oppa…mmmmm

Then again during “Shining Star” performance..all of us started to use the light that been provided and singing with SuJu oppa…When I saw Leeteuk oppa cried during this song…once again I’ve got teary eyed….then Donghae oppa also got teary eyed ….oppa uljima!!!

~~~Ok will update about my experience during the concert later….bubyeeee~~~


ab0ut Super Junior subgr0ups…


Since debut, SM Entertainment has created four subgroups for Super Junior. The intentions of the subgroups were part of SM Entertainment’s strategy to not limit Super Junior’s activities; the goal of this strategy was to show that Super Junior could accommodate different genres. Possible focuses of subgroups in the near future include a variety of genres such as rock and hip hop.As of now, none of Super Junior’s previous subgroups have made comebacks in the industry (as Super Junior-Happy has thoroughly taken over the expected comeback of Super Junior-T in 2008). However, neither of the subgroups are permanently inactive and a future comeback is expected for all subgroups.

Super Junior-K.R.Y

Super Junior-K.R.Y, established in November 2006, is a trio formed by Kyuhyun, Ryeowook, and Yesung. The company discovered that these three members developed a particular persona and subsequent fan-base that was separate from the rest of the group, and how they also had similar musical qualities. They therefore grouped these three members together to perform particular songs to target a more mature audience. Being amongst the most vocally powerful members of the group, Super Junior-K.R.Y are credited to singing mournful, R&B-style ballads, a style that has proven very popular in recent years although stagnation in the style’s development is causing it to lose its once fresh evocative power.

Super Junior-K.R.Y’s first official performance was on November 5, 2006 on KBS’s Music Bank, performing “The one I love.” They have participated in the original soundtrack of the tvN drama Hyena with a total of three tracks, including the main theme. The trio also contributed tracks in two additional original soundtracks, one track in both the soundtracks of Snow Flower and Billy Jean Look at Me. Unlike Super Junior’s other sub-units, Super Junior-K.R.Y has not officially released a single or album, and only participated in collaboration albums and original soundtracks. However, a comeback album is expected from K.R.Y in the future.

Super Junior-T

Main article: Super Junior-T

Super Junior-M

Main article: Super Junior-M

Super Junior-Happy

Main article: Super Junior-Happy

ab0ut SUPER JUNIOR/슈퍼주니어….

Super Junior (슈퍼주니어; often stylized SUPERJUNIOR), sometimes referred to as SJ or SuJu (슈주), is a thirteen-member boy band from Seoul, South Korea. They are managed by producer Lee Soo Man and is currently the largest group under SM Entertainment. The members are Leeteuk (the leader), Heechul, Han Geng, Yesung, Kang-in, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook, Kibum, and Kyuhyun. The Chinese member, Han Geng, was chosen among the 3,000 applicants through auditions held in China by SM Entertainment in 2001. The group initially debuted with twelve members on November 6, 2005, but since the addition of Kyuhyun in May 23, 2006, they have become a thirteen-member group.

Super Junior has released two studio albums and two CD singles since 2005. Their most successful album, Don’t Don, was the second best-selling album of 2007, according to the Music Industry Association of Korea. In addition, the group has earned four music awards from the M.NET/KM Music Festival, another four from the Golden Disk Awards, and is the second group to win Favorite Artist Korea at the MTV Asia Awards after JTL.

Musical history


Since the late 1990s, Korean talent agency and record label SM Entertainment has been holding annual auditions to scout new talents that complemented the success of boy bands H.O.T and Shinhwa as well as the girl group S.E.S, all of which were created by SM founder and producer Lee Soo Man in the late 1990s. In 2001, the company held their first oversea casting auditions in Beijing, where they discovered Han Geng, who was chosen among 3,000 applicants. Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Eunhyuk, Siwon, and Kibum were discovered under the company’s annual auditions that were held in Seoul while Kang-in, Shindong, Sungmin, Donghae, and Ryeowook were discovered through SM-sponsored contests and singing competitions.

Not long after boy band TVXQ‘s debut in 2003, news about Lee’s unprecedented plans of forming another boy band quickly spread over the Internet. In early 2005, SM Entertainment confirmed the news and announced that a twelve-member all-male singing group would debut near the end of the year, promoting the project group to be “The Gateway to Stardom of Asia.” For a while the group was known to be called O.V.E.R, the acronym for “Obey the Voice for Each Rhythm.” Most members of the group have been actors, MCs, models, or DJs prior debut. Heechul and Kibum made their first appearances in dramas and films; Leeteuk, Yesung, Kang-in, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, and Siwon made cameo television appearances; Han Geng made his first media appearance as a model, and Heechul was also already an established DJ before debut.

Before the group settled with their current name, the company labled them as simply Junior, a representation of the members’ young ages when they first joined SM Entertainment.[7] However, after the members’ showcased their different talents to the company during an SM-sponsored picnic, the company finalized their name to Super Junior. Soon the group became officially Super Junior 05, the first generation of Super Junior. In the first several months of debut, Super Junior had been known for their infamous line-up, a concept being very similar to Japan’s girl group, Morning Musume. Intended to be a rotational group, there was to be new members replacing some of the old members each year, forming a new Super Junior generation every time. However, this concept was abandoned when a new member was added in May 2006.

They made their pre-debut appearance on the Korean channel, M.NET on September 11, 2005. At the showcase, Super Junior 05 performed various styles of hip hop dancing. The group danced to B2K‘s “Take It To The Floor.” Han Geng, Eunhyuk, and Donghae also performed a separate dance away from the group, dancing to Usher‘s “Caught Up.” However, the performance did not air on television until May 16, 2006 as a segment in the Super Junior Show, the group’s first television documentary.

2005–2006: The Super Junior project

Super Junior 05’s first released promotional image as twelve members.

Super Junior 05 made their debut television appearance on SBS‘s Popular Songs on November 6, 2005, performing their first single, “TWINS (Knock Out).” A digital single with “TWINS (Knock Out)”, “You are the one”, and three additional tracks were released online on November 8, 2005. A CD single was scheduled to be released in November but a more complete album, SuperJunior05 (TWINS), was released on December 5, 2005 instead. Their debut album sold 28,536 copies in the first month of release and debuted at #3 in the monthly chart of December 2005. In that same month, their collaborated single with TVXQ, “Show Me Your Love,” was released. “Show Me Your Love” became the best-selling record of December 2005, selling almost 50,000 copies.

After “Show Me Your Love” promotions were finished, Super Junior 05 promoted their second single from their debut album “Miracle,” in February 2006. “Miracle” was the group’s first single to peak at #1 on different music charts of South Korea as well as international charts from overseas countries, such as Thailand.[12] It was their last single to be promoted from SuperJunior05 (TWINS).

As promotions for “Miracle” slowly came to an end, SM Entertainment decided to begin Super Junior’s line-up project by replacing some of the original members with new ones. After Super Junior 05, Super Junior 06, the second generation, would debut, and the label had begun to take actions to announce the new members. However, after the mysterious addition of a thirteenth member, the company abandoned the line-up project and the group became known as just Super Junior, without the suffix “05”.

2006–2007: “U” and breakthrough success

Promotional image for the single “U”, now with thirteen members.

On May 23, 2006, SM Entertainment revealed a new member Kyuhyun, who was discovered through a singing competition in 2005, as the thirteenth and youngest member. The new thirteen-member group released their new single, “U” online for free download on May 25, 2006 in Super Junior’s official website. “U” had over 400 thousand downloads within five hours of release and it ultimately exceeded 1.7 million downloads, crashing the server. The CD single “U” with a total of three tracks was officially released on June 6, 2006, eventually selling over 81,000 units by 2007, selling more than their first album. During this time, an official fanclub was created for the group, E.L.F., an alphabetism derived from the phrase “Ever-lasting Friends.”Super Junior’s official color became pearl sapphire blue.

  • “U” (2006)
    From U (2006). This song has been Super Junior’s most successful song to date, achieving over five notable music awards for the group.
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The title song “U” yielded number-one spots for five consecutive weeks on two of Korea’s top music programs for the first time in the group’s career. The song was crowned as SBS Popular Songs Mutizen Song on the second week of release, being the first award for the group since debut. The song then stayed as Mutizen Song for three consecutive weeks on the same program, also simultaneously grabbing two top awards from M.NET’s M!Countdown for two weeks. Before promotions for “U” ended, “Dancing Out” was released on July 20, 2006 as part of SMTown‘s annual summer album, grabbing two awards as soon as it was released. “U” gained critical success, and Super Junior collected over seven awards in five of South Korea’s top music award ceremonies as 2006 came to a close, winning Best New Group and popularity awards.

As 2007 approached, the group began to branch out to different splinter groups. Super Junior-K.R.Y, the first subgroup of Super Junior that debuted on November 5, 2006, began to give separate performances away from the group to promote their new songs in the latter months of 2006. In February arrived a second subgroup, Super Junior-T. In March, several members of Super Junior participated in an original soundtrack for the first time, singing the opening and ending themes “Success” and “H.I.T” for the Korean miniseries, H.I.T. On April 19, 2007, four members of Super Junior, Leeteuk, Shindong, Eunhyuk, and Kyuhyun, were injured in a car accident that deeply affected the group’s schedules and progress throughout the year. Being the most injured, Kyuhyun was not discharged from the hospital until four months later, therefore unable to participate in the group’s single for SMTown, “Full of Happiness” (행복) that was released in July. Nonetheless, the cover from the former boy band H.O.T accelerated quickly in singles charts in both South Korea and Thailand and soon became a number-one hit in Thailand’s international charts a month later.

2007: Don’t Don

Promotional image of the second album comeback.

Heechul’s fracture of the femur from a car accident on August 10, 2006 and the April 19 car accident prevented the group’s second official album, Don’t Don from being released until September 20, 2007. The group performed their first performance for the album on September 21, 2007, promoting the first single “Don’t Don” at KBS’s Music Bank. It was their first performance in which the group performed together as thirteen after a whole year.The single rose quickly in music charts a week after release, winning its first recognition, the SBS Popular Songs Mutizen Song, on October 21, 2007 and later on M.NET’s M!Countdown, sharing the #1 song of the week along with “Everyday” by V.O.S in November. The group quickly moved to their second single, “Marry U“, in November. However, that single did not meet the achievements that “Don’t Don” had set.

Within the first three days of release, offline album sales for Don’t Don passed the 11,000 unit mark, debuting as #1 in all available offline charts, and was in close competition with Lee Soo Young‘s Set It Down and Wheesung‘s eternal essence of music WHEESUNG 5 that were released earlier in September. It finished the September monthly album sales as number one, surpassing both Lee Soo Young and Wheesung. 60,000 units were shipped by the first week of release and additional copies were printed. After three months of release, Don’t Don sold 164,058 copies, making it Super Junior’s best-selling album. It was also the second best-selling album of 2007, falling 26,940 copies short of SG Wannabe‘s The Sentimental Chord.

Supported by the release of Don’t Don, Super Junior was nominated in seven separate categories at the 2007 M.NET/KM Music Festival that was held on November 17, 2007. Super Junior won three of those categories including Netizen Choice Award and Mobile Popularity, being the biggest winner of the night. The group also won Best Artist of the Year (Daesang), termed by many as the highest recognition of the ceremony. Super Junior collected two more awards on December 14, 2007 at the 2007 Golden Disk Awards, an awards ceremony based on record sales success. Although defeated by SG Wannabe in winning the Daesang, Super Junior won a Bonsang and the TPL Anycall Popularity Award, which were reported as expected wins for the group by the media after the success of Don’t Don.

2008: Overseas expansion

On October 2, 2007, SM Entertainment officially announced a third Super Junior sub-unit, Super Junior-M, a subgroup designated for the Chinese market. The announcement of the new sub-unit created a controversy between the fans and the management as fans did not support the management to add new members to the subgroup. A fourth Super Junior sub-unit was created that same year as well to prevent the group from fading away in the Korean music industry since half of the group have pursued their goals to China. With five members from Super Junior-T and Yesung, they formed the subgroup, Super Junior-Happy.

Super Junior’s first major tour, The 1st ASIA TOUR – “Super Show, commenced on February 22 to February 24 in Seoul. The tour will cover nine different cities, including Bangkok, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.

On August 2, 2008, Super Junior expanded their routes to Genting Highlands, Malaysia, being one of the top guest performers at the MTV Asia Awards 2008 along with other international performing artists such as OneRepublic and the Jabbawockeez. They are the third SM artist to win Favorite Artist Korea at the MTV Asia Awards after Kangta and BoA.

On September 25, 2008, SM Entertainment announced the comeback of Super Junior-T to be in Japan, pushing the group into the Japanese market. The subgroup released their first Japanese single, “ROCK&GO“, with the support of Japanese comedy duo Moeyan on November 5, 2008 in Japan.

Super Junior’s third album comeback

In July 2008, the group announced that Super Junior will end subgroup activities at the end of the year and will come together to prepare for their third studio album, which is slated to release in 2009. Leeteuk and Eunhyuk confirmed in their radio show in November that the album will be released around the spring. On November 13, 2008, Kyuhyun wrote in his fancafe stating that he is currently preparing for the third album “bit by bit” and the fans in Korea will be seeing more of the group in the upcoming year.

0ppa after rehersal

hehhehehe…suju 0ppa after rehersal..wahhhh..n0se bleed….donghae 0ppa s0 hotsss…


ohhhh….minna….myday….t0tally da bez…after g0t 2 c suju 0ppa….espclly d0nghae 0ppa….mylife s0 brightly….hahhahah…d0nn0e wat 2 say….datz day was da bez in ma life….1st time i’ve g0t 2 meet them…wahhhhhh……so crazy…..all da fans…..t0tally crazy 0so…hahahhaha

can’t wait 4 their super show in malaysia…..arghhhh…muz c0llect m0re m0ney lorr….hahahahh

ehehhehe..their s0 sweet n h0tsss…..really mizz them already….huuhhuh

hehhehe…donghae 0ppa smile all da way when he came out from the arena….holding his handycam…we all got 2 be in his vide0..yeahhhh….0ppa saranghaeyoo….ur da bezzz