Watch: Super Junior-K.R.Y. Sing Each Other’s Solo Songs, Talk About Working As A Unit, And More
Super Junior-K.R.Y. made a guest appearance on the June 12 episode of KBS’s “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook!”
Super Junior-K.R.Y. came out on the show singing Kyuhyun’s solo hit “At Gwanghamun.”
After the performance, Yesung explained, “This song was originally sung by the three of us. This is the first time that we released a [Korean] album together, but we started preparations for it twice before. At that time, we recorded this song. But for various reasons, it was unable to come out.” The song was then given to Kyuhyun for his solo album.
Ryeowook said, “I thought it was a good thing,” but couldn’t stop laughing, and Kyuhyun quipped, “He can’t lie.” Yesung said, “I felt good about it. At the time, we couldn’t promote as a unit anyway. Before Kyuhyun released the song, my OST was doing well, so I wished all the younger members well.”
Asked about promoting as a unit, Kyuhyun said, “It feels comfortable. When we promote as Super Junior, if the members dance in front of me, I have to keep moving in the background.”
The Super Junior-K.R.Y. members then took turns singing each other’s solo tracks. Ryeowook sang Yesung’s “It Has to Be You,” and Yesung commented, “When I sing it, it’s about missing someone who has left, but when Ryeowook sings it, it sings like someone is confessing his love again.”
Kyuhyun sang Ryeowook’s “The Little Prince” and said, “I really like the song but I’ve never sung it before.” Yesung sang Kyuhyun’s “A Million Pieces” before the unit sang their new title track, “When We Were Us.”
Super Junior-K.R.Y. also teased a Super Junior comeback soon, commenting that 2020 marked the group’s 15th anniversary.
Check out this episode of “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook” below!