Here are videos of Super Junior performing “Sorry, Sorry” and “Why I Like You” on MBC Music Core on March 14, 2009.
Super Junior members have again transformed their styles into something different just for the third album. It is a farcry from their “Don’t Don” album where they sported punky hairstyles and clothes.
I couldn’t help but notice that Shindong has again gained weight. I thought he was maintaining his leaner look months back, but yet again, this may be the order from SM Entertainment: for him to be the fat guy once again for the fans.
I’ve also noticed that Kangin has gained weight. More servings of Ramyun and he will be like Shindong. Peace!
Yesung, Ryeowook and Sungmin didn’t change at all. Siwon’s new hairstyle is cool. Kyuhyun appears to be a little thin but he still has that powerful voice.
Here’s an interesting news about Super Junior’s new album:
As soon as it was released, Super Junior’s third album has raised album sales and has ground down Seo Taeji’s record
Following online album sales site Hanteo Chart, Super Junior’s This album Sorry Sorry released on the 12th has sold an amount close to 30 000; 29 000 copies in one day. This record has beaten Seo Taeji’s 8th album 2nd single’s record of 25 000 a day.
Super Junior had their first performance on the 13th through KBS 2TV ‘Music Bank’ Seo Taeji is planning to hold his comeback performance on the 14th in the Olympic Hall inside the Olympic Park and will perform the title song ‘Juliet’
These two singers who are holding their comeback performances a day apart from each other have sales that cannot be compared with any of the other recent albums and have a great start with the sales. It is believed that this fierce battle of album sales will continue and grab attention of others.
Seo Taiji Company believes that the second single will easily pass 100 000 sales. They have also revealed that they are producing 50 000 more copies to add. On the 10th, when Seo Taiji’s album was released, a large CD store in Seoul had fans lining up since the day before to buy the album. Super Junior’s album had 150 000 pre-orders and showed signs of success. (From SJ-World.net)