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SUPER JUNIOR-D&E

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SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting DANGER (2019)

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E is the fifth official sub-unit of the Korean Pop boygroup Super Junior. They debuted in Korea in December 2011 with the Korean digital single "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)". The single was later released as their Japanese debut in April 2012.

Members

Stage Names

  • SUPER JUNIOR DONGHAE + EUNHYUK (2011)
  • SUPER JUNIOR DONGHAE & EUNHYUK (2012 – 2014)
  • SUPER JUNIOR-D&E (2015 – present)

Information

2011 – 2012: Formation and "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)"

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)" (2011)

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E released their debut digital single "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)" on December 16, 2011, which included two songs, "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)" and "Cheossarang (First Love)", through various Korean music portals. The duo presented the song officially on December 16 in Music Bank.

The song "Tteotda Oppa (Oppa, Oppa)" was first introduced at Super Junior's world tour Super Show 4 on November 19, 2011. A month later, SM Entertainment announced that SUPER JUNIOR-D&E would promote the song in several shows like Music Bank, Music Core, Inkigayo and M! Countdown. The first music video was also released on 16 December, which features the performance of the song in Super Show 4. A second music video was released on December 21, 2011 which was edited and directed by Super Junior member Shindong, marking it his directorial debut. In this video, there are cameo appearances by Amber of Korean girl group f(x), Young Sky, Peter of Team One Sound, and Shindong.

The single was released in Japanese with an original Japanese PV on 4 April, 2012. On the day of its release, it reached number two on Oricon Daily Chart with 42,114 copies sold. It debuted at number two on Oricon Weekly Chart for the week of 2 to 8 April 2012 with 68,475 copies sold and number one on Tower Records' daily charts. The duo then held a fan meeting, Premium Mini Live Event, in support of the single on 11 April at Shibuya-AX.

2013: "I WANNA DANCE" and "Ajikdo Nan (Still You)"

Peter of Team One Sound wrote through Twitter that the duo would release new songs in 2013. On June 19, 2013, the duo released their second Japanese single "I WANNA DANCE" which also includes the B-side track "Love That I Need" featuring Super Junior-M member Henry.

They released their second Korean single "Ajikdo Nan (Still You)" on December 18, 2013. The music video for "Ajikdo Nan (Still You)" was filmed in London. "Ajikdo Nan (Still You)" was first performed at SM Town Week: Super Junior Treasure Island on 28 and 29, December 2013.

2014: Ride Me, "Skeleton" and 1st Japan Tour

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E revealed during Super Show 5 in Osaka that they would release their first album, followed by their first tour, in Japan. Their first album, RIDE ME was released on February 26, 2014. "MOTORCYCLE" was the lead single of the album. The short version of the PV was released through Avex's YouTube channel on February 2. The song became the main theme of the Japanese TV show, Sukkiri.

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E THE 1st JAPAN TOUR 2014 was kicked off in Nagoya on 4 March 2014, going through 8 cities including Osaka, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Kobe, Niigata, Budokan and Tokyo for 22 performances. The duo sang a total of 22 songs, including "I WANNA DANCE" and "Oppa, Oppa". The dup wrap up their concert from May 8 to 10 in Budokan attracting a total of 100,000 fans for their 1st Japan Tour.

Shortly after their 1st Japan Tour, the duo released their 3rd Japanese single titled "Skeleton" on August 6, 2014.

2015: The Beat Goes On, Present and Asia Tour

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting The Beat Goes On (2015)

In February 2015, it was announced that the duo would release their first physical album in South Korea. The showcase for their first EP, The Beat Goes On took place at the SMTOWN Coex Artium on March 5. The album released online on March 6 and offline on March 9. Donghae participated in the album production along with producers The Underdogs, Hitchhiker, NoizeBank and more. The duo made their comeback performance on the Korean music show Music Bank with the songs "Neoneun Namankeum (Growing Pains)" and "The Beat Goes On" on March 6, 2015 and kept promotions going on Music Core, Inkigayo and M! Countdown. On March 24, the duo released a special edition for The Beat Goes On, named The Beat Goes On (Special Edition).

On April 1, the duo released first Japanese EP called Present, which contained a total of eight songs including the lead single "Saturday Night". Beginning in Saitama on 3 April, the duo kicked off second Japan tour SUPER JUNIOR-D&E JAPAN TOUR 2015 -PRESENT-, holding concerts in Saitama, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka for 10 performances. The concerts gathered more than 100,000 fans.

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E ASIA TOUR 2015 -PRESENT- was kicked off in Taipei on June 6, going through 4 Asia cities including Taipei, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Bangkok for 5 performances. The duo released their fourth Japanese single titled "Let's Get It On" on September 30.

On October 4, the Gangnam K-Pop Festival was held on Yeongdong Street in Seoul. It marked Donghae and Eunhyuk final public appearance before heading to the army. Eunhyuk was enlisted for his mandatory military service on 13 October 2015 and Donghae was enlisted for his mandatory military service on 15 October 2015.

2017 – present: Japanese Comeback

Eunhyuk was discharged from his mandatory military service on July 12, 2017. Following, Donghae discharged on July 14. They held a fan meeting called Hello Again on July 23 at Sejong University Daeyang Hall and participated on SM TOWN Live World Tour VI in Japan on July 27-28.

The duo's Japanese comeback kicks off with a series of monthly release where they will be releasing one Japanese song every month starting November 2017, and by later in 2018 to compile all the released singles into a full Japanese album.

On November 29, they released the first Japanese single of the series, titled "Here We Are". One month later, on December 26, SUPER JUNIOR-D&E released the second Japanese single titled "You don't go".

On January 31, 2018, the duo released the third Japanese single titled "IF YOU", written and composed by Donghae. On February 28, 2018, their fourth Japanese single "CIRCUS", with the concept film where Donghae and Eunhyuk downsized into video game characters, playing a "CIRCUS" chase game.

On March 28, 2018, the duo continued their ongoing Japanese series, the fifth single, titled "LOSE IT". The music video with the duo's toy model as main characters, was released in 3 episodes on March 28, 2018, March 30, 2018, and April 1, 2018. On April 2, 2018, the full version of the music video was then released. Their sixth Japanese monthly single "Can I Stay..." was released on April 25, 2018. The seventh Japanese monthly single "Hot Babe" was released on May 31, 2018.

In June 2018, SUPER JUNIOR-D&E announced will be released their second full-length Japanese album titled STYLE on August 8, 2018, which contains of the monthly song had been released and also including new songs the lead single "SUNRISE" and "Polygraph". Following the release of the album, they will be held Japan nationwide tour SUPER JUNIOR-D&E JAPAN TOUR 2018~STYLE~ from September 2018 to November 2018 in seven cities Yokohama, Kobe, Tokyo, Nagoya, Hiroshima, Fukuoka and Sapporo.

Korean Discography

SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting "I WANNA DANCE" (2013)
SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting "SKELETON" (2014)
SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting "Here We Are" (2017)
SUPER JUNIOR-D&E promoting "LOSE IT" (2018)

Albums

Mini-Albums

Digital Singles

Japanese Discography

Albums

Mini-Albums

Singles

Digital Singles

Video Releases

Awards

TV Music Shows

Neoneun Namankeum (Growing Pains)
Ttaenggyeo (Danger)

External Links