Super Junior Reportedly Sets Comeback Date

It looks like Super Junior will be joining the summer comeback rush. On July 3, industry insiders told Star News that Super Junior’s comeback date has been set. Apparently, the group is planning to come back during the third week of July. The group will be making a comeback in 11 months since their last album “Mamacita” which was released in August 2014.

Currently, members Sungmin and Shindong are serving their military service. Meanwhile, Yesung has completed his military service. Thus their comeback will include different members from “Mamacita.”

According to the sources, it is highly likely that the new album will be a special album rather than a regular full-length album.

SM Entertainment has yet to disclose when the new album will be released, but it appears as though the group will definitely be making a summer comeback. This summer will definitely be interesting as many popular boy and girl groups are making their comebacks around the same time.

Super Junior will also be holding their “Super Junior World Tour ‘Super Show6’ Encore” concerts on July 11-12 in Seoul’s Olympic Park Gymnasium.

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