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Posted : 2013-09-16 16:11
Updated : 2013-09-16 16:11

Super Junior releases 'Hero' album in Korea

Super Junior's "Hero," the group's first full-length Japanese album, has been released in Korea.

SM Entertainment said Friday that it has repackaged it into two CDs and a DVD. "Hero" was released on July 24 in Japan, immediately topping the Oricon daily chart upon its release.

The album will contain 23 tracks that include not only the group's popular songs of "Sexy, Free & Single" and "Mr. Simple," but new tracks such as "Bambina," "Tuxedo" and "Hero."
The DVD will feature the music videos of the group's hit songs as well as those of the new single "Hero," and Super Junior-K.R.Y's "Hanamizuki."

Meanwhile, the group performed on Saturday in Guangzhou, China in the "Super Show5."


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