Idol group Super Junior’s South America Tour has opened first in Brazil. According to an April 23 report from the group’s agency, SM Entertainment, on April 21 Super Junior held their Super Show5 concert at São Paulo Credit Card Hall. The concert lasted about three hours from 7:30 p.m. (local time). This concert is the first show that a Korean idol group has held in Brazil and is the start of Super Junior’s South American Tour.
Super Junior performed a total of 24 songs, including “Twins,” “Sorry, Sorry,” “Bonamana,” “Mr. Simple,” and “Sexy, Free and Single,” showing a variety of performing styles unique to the group. About 8,000 local fans attended.
After the concert, the group said: “South America seemed far away, but now that we have performed here, it feels closer. We did not expect that someday we’d hold our own concert in Brazil, but now we’ve done it, thanks to Brazilian fans.”
Super Junior will continue the South American Tour at luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the 23th of April.