Kangin & Henry’s Arena Homme Plus Interview Trans

It’s been 8 years since group ‘Super Junior’ debuted. Thirteen members each worked on their music shows, and also worked in variety shows and many other areas. Among them, Kangin was a familiar face. His quick sense and ability to speak well was shown on variety shows. As the numbers of his variety shows increased, more gossips were spread. After long time, Kangin quietly returned to his position. After his army service, he finally returned to Super Junior as the first reserved soldier. Joining in a unit targeted for China, Super Junior-M, Henry made his name known in Korea in June with his first mini album “Trap”, and as a first male solo SM has presented in 13 years. With father from Hong Kong, and mother from Taiwan, he was raised in Canada, and is now a global idol that promoted in China. He studied classical music since he was little, and his talent for pop music was discovered early. His album is full of songs composed by him thanks to that. His honest and slightly weird way of talking on variety shows became a hot topic, and he’s an idol with Korean and foreign fans. But at the photo shoot locations, he was like a little a boy.

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Donghae poses as ideal boyfriend for Cosmopolitan Korea

Cosmopolitan Korea has unleashed a wedding concept pictorial for its March issue, featuring member ofSuper JuniorDonghae. 

Donghae is described to be the ideal boyfriend and exhibits through the neat and romantic pages of Cosmopolitan.

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Super Junior’s Kim Kibum talks about his upcoming drama in Elle Korea magazine

Super Junior member Kim Kibum has revealed his thoughts on his acting comeback through a pictorial session.

Kim Kibum sat down with ‘Elle’ Korea for it’s upcoming October issue where he shared his feelings about his upcoming drama, ‘A Tree With Deep Roots‘. He was added to the cast of this upcomingSBS drama back in July.

As I was looking at myself while filming for the drama, goose bumps formed on my skin. I felt like I was in the wrong place, that I didn’t belong,” said Kim Kibum.

He also added, “However acting is a lot more fun for me now than ever before. I have a lot of peace in my heart which allows me to show more of myself.

One of the Elle crew members shared, “The pictorial shooting was held at a hotel suite room and as soon as Kibum stood in front of the camera, he did an excellent job posing smoothly and all the staff were impressed.”

Kibum hasn’t participated in any of Super Junior‘s promotional activities for the past few years as he is concentrating on his acting career. Kim Kibum’s drama, ‘A Tree With Deep Roots’ is scheduled to air it’s pilot episode on October 5th through SBS.

Source & Image: Elle Korea via Nate
Taken from: allkpop

Ceci Magazine – September Issue Interview

CECI Cover, <<Mr Simple>> Super Junior

There will not be any more of such a contradictory idol group, but this contradicting description ‘Super’ and ‘Junior’ does not seem awkward for them.

As a member of an idol group that has surpassed Asia, having fans in Europe, South America and other 59 countries, each has surprising stories that they themselves do not even know about. Joking around and playing pranks on each other, but not letting anyone be alone, perhaps this is a form of self-management for the members. Each of them has a different mix of charm and appeal, and the result is further multiplied. This has been recognized no matter where they go.

Whenever the members talk about this, the conclusion will be ‘Super Junior’s blood flow’. Their foundation lies in unconditional loyalty and trust? No, those are only individual words. Even towards the end of the interview there is still no definate answer to describe it, “Perhaps it’s loyalty? It’s trust? Maybe both?” No one knows what it is that enabled them to stay so close, but throughout these 7 years, they still remain at the top. Continue reading

High Cut Magazine: Super Junior “We are one”

We are one.

Generally, in a group, the member who makes an appearance in a CF or drama receives the profit earned from the appearance. But Super Junior and 2PM are the exceptions. [Omitted] Super Junior agreed with each other that regardless of who earns more, it is only right for the members to receive the same salary, because they are a team. Thus, in Super Junior, the member who earns the most from individual activity pays for the members’ late night food. At the beginning of the debut, Leeteuk, Kim Heechul, and Kangin, became popular on variety programs which resulted in them earning more money than the other members. They tried to share their salaries with the other members. But, Yesung strongly resisted saying, “you hyungs suffered a lot to earn that money. How are we supposed to receive it?” But Kangin persuaded the other members by saying, “We are a team. If I did this to only better myself, why would I be in a team?” The members quarreled about the issue and then finally decided that the person who earns the most will pay for their late night food. When each member says what he wants to eat, the member who earns the most would pay for all of the food. Whether it is pizza or Pig’s trotters, the members can eat various foods. However, because it would cost too much to go out to eat, they only eat food that can be delivered. But recently, they’ve been using courier service for delivery.

Source: High Cut Magazine
Translated by Minnie @ SUJUISM.BLOGSPOT.COM

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