Super Junior Gets An Exclusive Label Just in Time For Their Tenth Anniversary
Tenth anniversaries, especially for those in the entertainment industry, is a huge deal, as it represents a milestone in their careers. This also prompts them to want to celebrate it in a very interesting and special way which would mean a lot to them and to their fans. However, in Super Junior’s case, it seems as if SM Entertainment and their supportive fans have gone the extra mile to make Super Junior’s tenth year anniversary a special one. Read on to learn more about this story.
Just in time for the tenth anniversary of Super Junior’s debut, SM Entertainment, according to All K Pop and Koreaboo, has just given the pop idol group an exclusive label of their own called Label SJ, which will promote and help produce and manage the pop idol group’s activities.
According to the report on Koreaboo, having their own label would mean that their activities, as a group, sub-unit, or as an individual would be more focused upon, as they wouldn’t have to vie for SM Entertainment’s attention which is also divided among the other artists that the group produces.
This would also allow the members to continue expanding their horizons, as the members of Super Junior have gone on to also become actors and entertainers in their own right, such as Choi Siwon, who is currently gaining popularity thanks to his role in the ongoing drama “She Was Pretty.” This, of course, is big news, especially to the now ten year old group.
However, this is only the tip of the iceberg as the fans of Super Junior, commonly known as E.L.F. or Everlasting Friends, have decided to come together in order to do something that will go down in history, for the tenth anniversary of their favorite group.
According to the report on Soompi, Super Junior member Lee Teuk was seen thanking the fans of Super Junior for their very generous idea.
It turned out that the E.L.F.’s all around the world came together and helped raise funds in order to build a school in Tiogola, Southern Mali in Western Africa, in Super Junior’s name, as they knew that Super Junior had wanted to give back by creating a school for the underprivileged.
In his social media account, Lee Teuk thanked all of their fans for this wonderful present that they would never forget.
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