Super Junior’s Donghae and Eunhyuk had the ability to soak in their popularity in Japan. On March 1, Eunhyuk posted on his Twitter, “It has come up in Shibuya, oppa.” Along with the message, a subtle reference to the song “Oppa, Oppa” that was released by the Super Junior sub-unit Donghae & Eunhyuk, the singer posted three photos of Donghae and himself looking at a building.
No, these two were not shopping for land or property, but rather the pair was mesmerized by none other than the large posters of the duo that were posted on the side of the building. Wearing baggy jackets and sweatpants, the two Super Junior members posed with double peace signs, showing their excitement for their Japanese activities. The posters that covered the side of the building promoted the duo’s new Japanese album.
On February 28, Donghae & Eunhyuk released their first Japanese full album, “Ride Me,” which topped the Oricon Charts. The number one ranking album once again validated Super Junior’s popularity beyond the borders of Korea.