Super Junior is set to start their 3rd Asian tour ‘Super Show 3′, taking the Asian cities by storm once more.

Super Junior is set to start their 3rd Asian tour ‘Super Show 3′, taking the Asian cities by storm once more.

Super Junior will start ‘The 3rd ASIA TOUR ‘SUPER SHOW 3′ from Seoul then moving on to cities like Beijing, ShangHai, Taipei, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila etc – a total of 16 concert performances in 13 cities.

The first concert performance in Seoul will be on 14th and 15th August in Seoul Olympic Stadium. And the Super Junior members will perform their hits including those in their recent 4th album, showing off their unique charms on stage.

The ticket sales (for Korea) will start from 8pm on 17th June on Gmarket ( It is anticipated that the tickets will be very much sought after by fans.

Meanwhile, Super Junior is promoting the title song ‘Bona Mana’ off their 4th album.

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Super Junior to hold 3rd Asia tour

Asian pop sensation Super Junior will hold their third Asia tour starting August, according to their agency on Monday.

SM Entertainment announced through a press release that the band will perform in a total of 13 cities throughout Asia for the “SUPER SHOW 3” starting mid-August.

The tour will kick off in their home country of South Korea where there will stage two shows — on August 14 and 15 at the Olympic Park in Seoul — and continue on into other cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Manilla.

The boys had wrapped up their second round of concerts in Asia, a nine-month long tour carried out in nine cities, in the Philippines this April.

The show had set several new records such as the band becoming the first artists to hold a standing concert in China and the foreign artist to attract the largest audience.

Super Junior, created and managed by major talent house SM Entertainment, has been one of the most popular K-pop acts in Asia since their debut in 2005 and have numerous hits including “Don’t Don” and “Sorry, Sorry.”

Originally composed of 13 members, they are currently promoting their fourth full-length album “BONAMANA” as a ten-man band as members Kang-in, Kibum and Hangeng decided to take a break from group activities.

Tickets for the Seoul show will be available at online reservation site Gmarket starting June 17, 8 p.m.

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