Kyuhyun, Yesung, and Ryeowook went on the set of ODG to chat with kids on Super Junior’s K-Pop journey spanning fifteen years. Met with series regulars Kim Minseo, Na Haeun, and Sung Harang, the SJ members sat with the young generation to hear their honest opinions on the group’s top hits since their debut in 2005.
Satisfied with witty banter, the members reminisced on live performances from songs like “Twins (Knock Out),” “Miracle,” “U,” and “Sorry, Sorry.” Though the kids recognized only a few Super Junior songs and members, they assured that the group was on a good track on their ongoing journey.
“When I think about it, now, actually, winning the grand prize, the first place, getting more famous, those aren’t so meaningful at all. I just wish we could be together for a little longer, happier, enjoying the moments together,” said Yesung.
After revisiting their catalog and before giving Harang a preview of Super Junior’s new track “House Party,” Ryeowook gathered that he must work hard to continue to bring better songs for future comebacks. The group consisting of members Leeteuk, Siwon, Heechul, Donghae, Yesung, Ryeowook, Shindong, Eunhyuk, and Kyuhyun released their long-awaited tenth album to commemorate Super Junior’s fifteenth anniversary. The Renaissance is out now via Label SJ and SM Entertainment, stream and download here.
ODG Studio has long been connecting viewers with emotions, feelings, and realism through episodes and poignant topics. The studio has previously welcomed the members of SHINee to have kids review their group’s career and AKMU’s Lee Suhyun to talk to kids about self-esteem and overcoming beauty standards. Chung Ha also made an appearance to encourage kids to work hard on our talents to achieve one’s dreams, and the show has found singer-songwriter and music producer Mokyo talk to kids about losing a loved one. Read on these stories here.
Watch kids review Super Junior’s career below: