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Super Junior-H (Korean: 슈퍼주니어-해피), sometimes referred to as Super Junior-Happy or Suju-Happy (Korean: 슈주-해피), is the fourth official sub-unit of Korean boy band Super Junior. Super Junior-Happy consists of six Super Junior
Super Junior
members, the leader Leeteuk, Yesung, Kangin, Shindong, Sungmin, and Eunhyuk.

Contents

1 History

1.1 2008: Cooking? Cooking! and Pajama Party

2 Discography

2.1 EPs 2.2 Singles

3 Videography 4 Awards and nominations

4.1 Mnet Asian Music Awards

5 References 6 External links

History[edit] 2008: Cooking? Cooking! and Pajama Party[edit] By 2008, all of the Super Junior
Super Junior
members have already been a member of at least one subgroup except Kibum. Super Junior-Happy consists of every previous member from Super Junior-T except Heechul, who is replaced by Yesung. Super Junior-Happy made an unofficial debut performance on May 3, 2008 at the Power Concert although they had not formally introduced themselves as the subgroup at the time. On May 30, 2008, SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
released the official announcement of the subgroup through Newsen. The subgroup's first EP, Cooking? Cooking!, was released on June 5, 2008. The music video of their first single, "Cooking? Cooking!" was released on that same day.[1] Super Junior-Happy debuted on June 7, 2008, performing their first single, "Cooking? Cooking!" at the 2008 Dream Concert. On the day before their debut, the subgroup held their first sign fan meeting to celebrate the success of the sales of Cooking? Cooking! On the morning of June 6, over thousands of fans lined up for tickets to the fan meet, overcrowding the streets.[2] Close to 10,000 copies were sold by the first week of release. According to the Music Industry Association of Korea, the EP sold 27,122 by the end of August and was ranked fifth in the monthly charts.[3] Super Junior-Happy performed their second single, "Pajama Party" on August 3, 2008 on SBS's Popular Songs. The music video was released on August 4, 2008. "Pajama Party" promotions only lasted a month, and promotions for the EP officially ended on September 7, 2008. Discography[edit]

Super Junior-Happy discography

Music videos 3

EPs 1

Singles 1

EPs[edit]

Year Information Sales

2008 Cooking? Cooking!

Released: June 5, 2008 Language: Korean Format: CD

37,098+ (South Korea)

Singles[edit]

Pajama Party (2008)

Videography[edit]

Year Track Album Released

2008 "Cooking? Cooking!" Cooking? Cooking! June 10

"Pajama Party" Cooking? Cooking! August 4

2010 "Victory Korea" Victory Korea May 24

Awards and nominations[edit] Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result

2008

Super Junior-Happy Artist of the Year Nominated

"Cooking? Cooking!" Song of the Year Nominated

Cooking? Cooking! Best Dance Performance[4] Nominated

Super Junior-Happy Auction Netizen Popularity Nominated

Super Junior-Happy Netizen and Mobile Popularity Nominated

References[edit]

^ Kim Hyung Woo (2008-05-30). "Super Junior's new subgroup revealed, SuJu-Happy". Newsen (in Korean). p. 1. Retrieved 2007-05-30.  ^ "Super Junior's sign meet - crowded". CBS Korea
Korea
News (in Korean). 2008-06-06. p. 1. Retrieved 2008-06-06.  ^ [1] Retrieved May 18, 2009 Archived February 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "2008 Mnet KM Music Festival Part1". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-12-17.

External links[edit]

SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
Official Site Super Junior-Happy Official Site

v t e

Super Junior

Leeteuk Heechul Yesung Kangin Shindong Sungmin Eunhyuk Donghae Siwon Ryeowook Kyuhyun

Han Geng Kibum

Sub groups

Super Junior-K.R.Y. Super Junior-T Super Junior-M

Zhou Mi Henry

Super Junior-Happy Super Junior-D&E

Studio albums

Korean

SuperJunior05 Don't Don Sorry, Sorry Bonamana Mr. Simple
Mr. Simple
/ A-CHa Sexy, Free & Single / Spy Mamacita / This Is Love Devil / Magic Play

Japanese

Hero

SJ-M

Me Break Down

SJ-D&E

Ride Me

Extended plays

SJ-M

Super Girl Perfection Swing

SJ-Happy

Cooking? Cooking!

SJ-D&E

The Beat Goes On Present

Kyuhyun

At Gwanghwamun Fall, Once Again Waiting, Still

Ryeowook

The Little Prince

Yesung

Here I Am Spring Falling

Concert tours

Asia tours

Super Show
Super Show
(album) Super Show
Super Show
2 (album) Super Show
Super Show
3 (album)

World tours

Super Show
Super Show
4 (album) Super Show
Super Show
5 (album) Super Show
Super Show
6 (album) Super Show
Super Show
7

Fan meeting tours

Super Camp

Affiliated tours

SM Town
SM Town
Live '10 World Tour SM Town
SM Town
Live World Tour III SM Town
SM Town
Live World Tour IV

Filmography

Film

Attack on the Pin-Up Boys Super Show
Super Show
3 3D I Am Super Show
Super Show
4 3D SMTown The Stage

Television

Mystery 6 Full House Super Junior
Super Junior
Mini-Drama Idol Show Explorers of the Human Body Super Junior
Super Junior
Unbelievable Story SJ Returns Super TV

Related articles

SM Town Label SJ S.M. Entertainment
S.M. Entertainment
(Korea) Avex Group
Avex Group
(Japan, Taiwan) Media Asia (Hong Kong) UMG (Rest of Asia, Former)

Category Discography Songs Written Tours Videography Filmography Awards

v t e

Super Junior
Super Junior
singles

Discography Songs Written Tours Videography Awards

Super Junior

Korean

Twins

"Twins (Knock Out)" "Miracle"

Don't Don

"Don't Don" "Marry U" "Galjeung (A Man in Love)"

Sorry, Sorry
Sorry, Sorry
/ It's You

"Sorry, Sorry" "It's You"

Bonamana
Bonamana
/ No Other

"Bonamana"

Mr. Simple
Mr. Simple
/ A-CHA

"Mr. Simple"

Sexy, Free & Single / Spy

"Sexy, Free & Single" "Spy"

Mamacita / This Is Love

"Mamacita"

Other singles

"Show Me Your Love" (with TVXQ) "U"

Other songs

"Dancing Out" "Oops!" (feat. f(x))

Japanese

Hero

"Bijin (Bonamana)" "Mr. Simple" "Opera" "Sexy, Free & Single"

Other singles

"U / Twins" "Marry U" "Blue World" "Mamacita (Ayaya)"

English

"Santa U Are the One"

Super Junior-K.R.Y.

Japanese

"Promise You"

Super Junior-T

Korean

"Rokuko"

Japanese

"Rock & Go"

Super Junior-M

Chinese

Me

"U"

Super Girl (EP)

"Super Girl"

Super Junior-D&E

Korean

The Beat Goes On (EP)

"Oppa, Oppa"

Japanese

Ride Me

"Oppa, Oppa" "I Wanna Dance"

Present (EP)

"Skeleton"

Other singles

"Let's Get It On"

v t e

S.M. Entertainment

Executives

Lee Soo-man (Chairman and Founder)

Subsidiaries

Baljunso Label SJ ScreaM Records

Concert tours

SMTOWN Live '10 World Tour SMTOWN Live World Tour III SMTOWN Live World Tour IV SMTOWN Live World Tour V SMTOWN Live World Tour VI

Discography Category

Authority control

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