Set to be releasing their sixth Korean album this July, Super Junior revealed that they have also finished recording the Japanese version of “Sexy, Single & Free” along with its music video.
At the press conference for Mnet’s “20’s Choice Awards,” Super Junior revealed that they recorded the Japanese version of their new and upcoming title track, along with some other tracks in the album.
However, they also emphasized that despite recording Japanese versions of their new album, the group will not be holding any official promotions and apologized to their fans in Japan.
Meanwhile, Super Junior’s Leeteuk also talked about Kangin’s return to the group, who recently finished his two year mandatory military service.
He was further quoted saying, “One of the greatest assets of Super Junior is having many members in the group. Throughout the past years, we’ve had a few member leaving the team and it’s good to have him back here. It feels like we’re finding back our identity as a big K-Pop group.”
Super Junior attended Mnet’s “20’s Choice Awards” today and was chosen as the “20’s Global Star of the Year.” They are also set to release their sixth album “Sexy, Free & Single” online on July 1st and in stores on July 4th.