Year Of The 2nd Gen: Super Junior To Make A Comeback Very Soon
Due to multiple unavoidable circumstances, Super Junior was forced to postpone the release of their 15th-anniversary album, "The Renaissance," twice, but it is finally ready to roll out.
Currently, after a really long wait, SM Entertainment's Super Junior is finally ready to release their long-awaited comeback album. Some of the songs from "The Renaissance" album were already released last year. Songs such as "The Melody," "Raining Spell for Love" (Remake ver.), "Burn The Floor," and "Tell Me Baby" were the ones already introduced to the public.
Just a couple of weeks ago, SHINee, another second-generation K-pop group, also made a very welcome comeback with "Don't Call Me," their seventh studio album. Additionally, JYP Entertainment's 2PM is also on the rumor mill to release their comeback later this April, which will follow right after Super Junior. This means essentially, 2021 is the year of the 2nd gen comeback.
SM Entertainment's Super Junior, also known as SJ or SuJu, is a second-generation K-pop boy group that debuted way back in 2005. Originally, there were ten members but two members left in 2009 and 2015, Han Geng and Kim Kibum, respectively. Additionally, another member was added in 2006, Kyuhyun.
Super Junior released two official concept posters, as per their official Twitter, to inaugurate their upcoming album.
The first poster is a bright, lively, and radiant concept poster with all the members looking classy and bright in neat costumes. You can see them seated on a couch together. Moreover, the poster mentions specific details of "The Renaissance," like it being the 10th Album, and it also has a release date which is March 16 at 6 pm Korean Standard Time.
However, the second poster has a more serious and mature tone. All the members are dressed in unique and mature black outfits. Once again, the poster repeats all important details for "The Renaissance."