Legendary K-pop boyband Super Junior danced to the viral Vietnamese song “See Tinh” at their Ho Chi Minh City concert Saturday night.
Vietnamese fans had a great night as Super Junior rocked Military 7 Stadium with a series of hits. They even gave the crowd an extra dance performance of “See Tinh”, a song by Vietnamese pop singer Hoang Thuy Linh that has been going viral on social media for months.
Super Junior’s “See Tinh” performance then went viral itself. Band member Yesung even uploaded the video to his TikTok.
It’s the “Super Junior World Tour – Super Show 9: Road in Ho Chi Minh” that brought the band of eight to Vietnam this time.
The group’s megahits “Mr. Simple” and “Sorry Sorry” are extremely popular in the Southeast Asian nation. Before the show, Super Junior practiced speaking Vietnamese with concertgoers and thanked them for their support.
This is the group’s second show in Vietnam. The first was their Super Show 3 World Tour in HCMC’s neighboring province of Binh Duong in 2011.
“We are old now and so are our fans. But can we go together for 20 more years?” Super Junior asked.
Fans said: “We are ready.”
Thousands of fans attend the concert of Super Junior on March 11, 2023. Photo by Than Hi
Super Junior were formed in 2005 with twelve members and boosted the lineup to 13 in 2006. After 18 years of jamming, they were left with 10 members.
For their contributions to K-pop, they’ve been dubbed by the media as the “Kings of Hallyu Wave”. Super Junior are one of the best-selling K-pop artists of all time with 3.23 albums sold.
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