Boy bands take control of TV music programs
Korean boy bands SS501 and Super Junior both scored wins on televised music programs over the weekend.
SS501 grabbed their first win on KBS’ music show “Music Bank” with their latest track “Love Ya,” from their new album “DESTINATION,” beating out female idols Wonder Girls’ “2 Different Tears,” while Super Junior collected their third Mutizen Award on SBS’ Sunday program “Inkigayo” with their single “BONAMANA.”
Other contenders on both shows included Secret, f(x), CNBLUE, 4minute, MBLAQ and Davichi.
SS501 has been enjoying their return to the local music scene promoting their latest record “DESTINATION” which has fared well on numerous online and offline music charts since its release on May 24.
Super Junior, created and managed by major talent house SM Entertainment, has been one of the biggest K-pop acts in Asia since their debut in 2005.
They have been topping many music charts with their fourth studio release “BONAMANA” and are currently gearing up for their third Asia Tour “SUPER SHOW 3.”