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Super Junior-Happy
Also known as Suju-Happy, SJ-Happy
Origin Seoul, Republic of Korea
Genres K-pop, dance, bubblegum pop
Years active 2008–present
Labels SM Entertainment, Avex Asia
Associated acts SM Town
Super Junior
Super Junior-K.R.Y
Super Junior-T
Website superjunior-happy.smtown.com
Members
Leeteuk
Yesung
Kang-in
Shindong
Sungmin
Eunhyuk

Super Junior-Happy (Korean: 슈퍼주니어-해피), sometimes referred to as SJ-Happy or Suju-Happy (Korean: 슈주-해피), is the fourth official sub-unit of Korean boy band Super Junior. Super Junior-Happy contains six Super Junior members, Leeteuk (the leader), Yesung, Kang-in, Shindong, Sungmin, and Eunhyuk.

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History

By 2008, all of the Super Junior members have already been a member of at least one subgroup except Kibum. Super Junior-Happy consists of every previous member from Super Junior-T except Heechul, who is replaced by Yesung. Super Junior-Happy made an unofficial debut performance on May 3, 2008 at the Power Concert although they had not formally introduced themselves as the subgroup at the time.

On May 30, 2008, SM Entertainment released the official announcement of the subgroup through Newsen. The subgroup's first EP, Cooking? Cooking!, was released on June 5, 2008. The music video of their first single, "Cooking? Cooking!" was released on that same day.[1]

Super Junior-Happy debuted on June 7, 2008, performing their first single, "Cooking? Cooking!" at the 2008 Dream Concert. On the day before their debut, the subgroup held their first sign fan meeting to celebrate the success of the sales of Cooking? Cooking! On the morning of June 6, over thousands of fans lined up for tickets to the fan meet, overcrowding the streets. [2] Close to 10,000 copies were sold by the first week of release. According to the Music Industry Association of Korea, the EP sold 27,122 by the end of August and was ranked fifth in the monthly charts.[3]

Super Junior-Happy performed their second single, "Pajama Party" on August 3, 2008 on SBS's Popular Songs. The music video was released on August 4, 2008. "Pajama Party" promotions only lasted a month, and promotions for the EP officially ended on September 7, 2008.

Music style

Super Junior-Happy's music style involves the common style of contemporary dance music and bubblegum pop, mainly targeting the music industry with their fun and entertaining style. Super Junior-Happy's debut single, "Cooking? Cooking!" is a dance track with refreshing rhythm and quirky lyrics. Their goal is to give fans feelings of bliss and happiness with their music.[1]

Discography

Extended plays

# Title Release date
1 Cooking? Cooking! 2008-06-05

TV Shows

References

  1. ^ a b Kim Hyung Woo (2008-05-30). "Super Junior's new subgroup revealed, SuJu-Happy" (in Korean). Newsen: pp. 1. http://www.newsen.com/news_view.php?news_uid=231347. Retrieved 2007-05-30.  
  2. ^ "Super Junior's sign meet - crowded" (in Korean). CBS Korea News: pp. 1. 2008-06-06. http://www.cbs.co.kr/Nocut/Show.asp?IDX=846626. Retrieved 2008-06-06.  
  3. ^ [1] Retrieved May 18, 2009

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