Super Junior to perform in Malaysia for the first time in four years

Super Junior are coming back to Malaysia for the first time since their 2013 Super Show 5 concert.

The K-pop giants, who are making a comeback with ninth album PLAY next month, are confirmed on the bill of K-Wave 2 Music Festival, which is happening on Saturday, January 13 at Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur.

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This is the “Devil” singers’ first confirmed overseas performance following their Super Show 7 concerts in Seoul this December 16-17.

At K-Wave 2 Music Festival, SuJu will be joined by label mate Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon, up-and-comers Mamamoo, rookies A.C.E, hip-hop group Halo, five-member girl group Tahiti and NU’EST subgroup NU’EST W, totalling 30 pop stars. The show is brought to you by Mcalls and Macpie Pro.

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Tickets, ranging from RM148-478, will be available November 3 through Mcalls. For more details and youth ticket options, see here.

Super Junior announced back in September that they would release a new album after two years as a seven-member group – with Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Siwon, Donghae, Shindong and Eunhyuk – while the remaining members are fulfilling their military duties. Last year the group celebrated their 10th year milestone with a run of fan meetings, titled Super Camp, around Asia and Mexico.





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