SEOUL, Sept. 27 (Yonhap) — Veteran K-pop band Super Junior will make a comeback in November dropping its first album in two years, its agency said Wednesday.
Out of the total 11 members, seven with military services behind them will release and promote the album coming out on Nov. 6 under the Super Junior brand, according to Label SJ, a subsidiary of S.M. Entertainment. Details including album title and track listings weren’t available.
Kangin was excluded amid his DUI charge last year while Sungmin was also dropped from the lineup in light of long-running accusations from fans over his supposed lack in effort to connect with them. Ryeowook and Kyuhyun were left out as they are currently serving out their military duties.
Debuting in 2005, Super Junior gained international recognition with their best-selling single “Sorry, Sorry” in 2009. The band went on to earn a total of 16 music awards, including three grand prizes, from the prestigious Golden Disk Awards.