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Super Junior-M, often referred to as SJ-M, is a Chinese-South Korean boy band formed in 2008 by South Korea's S.M. Entertainment. The band is the first international music group in the Chinese music industry to have members of both Chinese and Korean descent.[1] Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
is the third and most successful subgroup branched off from the Korean band Super Junior. The group originally consisted of leader Han Geng, Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun, and two additional members appearing exclusively to the subgroup, Zhou Mi and Henry.[1] In December 2009, Han Geng
Han Geng
filed a lawsuit against S.M. Entertainment and left the group, resulting in the group's temporary disbandment.[2] Han Geng
Han Geng
was later replaced by Super Junior
Super Junior
members Eunhyuk
Eunhyuk
and Sungmin, which coincided with the release of the group's second EP Perfection in February 2011. After Han Geng's leave, the group considers Sungmin as the new "leader",[3] as he is the oldest member of the team.[4] However, S.M. Entertainment
S.M. Entertainment
has not released any statements about electing a new group leader.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Name origin 1.2 2007: Formation and controversies 1.3 2008–2009: Debut and commercial success 1.4 2010–2011: Lawsuit, lineup changes and Perfection 1.5 2013–2014: Break Down and Swing

2 Members

2.1 Current active members 2.2 Current inactive members 2.3 Former member 2.4 Timeline

3 Discography

3.1 Studio albums 3.2 EPs 3.3 Original Soundtracks

4 Videography 5 Awards and nominations

5.1 Global Chinese Music

6 References 7 External links

History[edit] Name origin[edit] Before the official name of the subgroup was released, they were known by " Super Junior
Super Junior
China". On April 3, 2008, SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
announced their official name to be Super Junior-M, with "M" representing the word "Mandarin".[5] The "M" can also represent a list of other aspects, such as the first letter of their debut album Me, and also "mi" (Chinese: 迷), the pinyin for "charismatic" and "fan", the latter meaning referring to their desire to connect closer with fans.[5] 2007: Formation and controversies[edit] In October 2007, SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
announced that a new Super Junior subgroup would debut in China in 2008. Super Junior's original member Han Geng, and a new member Henry Lau, who performed the violin solo of Super Junior's "Don't Don", were announced to be the first two of seven members representing the subgroup.[6] Some of Super Junior's official fanclub, E.L.F, signed online petitions and held protests to express their dissatisfaction and opposition of adding a fourteenth member to the group, fearing that a new member would mean one of the original lineup would get 'replaced'.[7] Many fans boycotted Super Junior's products and held silent protests in front of SM Entertainment's main building in Seoul, holding signs of the "Only 13" slogan.[8][9] Over one thousand fans appeared in front of the SM Entertainment building on E.L.F's third protest on November 3, 2007.[10] Instead of a silent protest, the fans sang various Super Junior
Super Junior
songs and shouted "thirteen."[11] Fans purchased 58,206 stocks of SM Entertainment, holding 0.3% of the company's entire stock.[12] They released a statement through the media, stating that they would obtain all chances to prevent SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
from adding new members and to keep Super Junior
Super Junior
as only thirteen.[12] SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
later announced that they would not add the new subgroup members to the main group. 2008–2009: Debut and commercial success[edit] From April 4 to April 7, 2008 the seven members of Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
were individually announced to the Chinese media in a chain of short trailer clips. The first member, Han Geng, was announced to be the subgroup leader on April 4.[13] On April 5, Siwon
Siwon
and Donghae were revealed to be the second and third members.[14] On April 6, Kyuhyun was announced to be the fourth Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
member, following the new member, Henry, as the fifth.[15] Ryeowook
Ryeowook
and another new member, Zhou Mi, were announced to be the final two members on April 7.[16] A trailer of all seven members was released on the group's debut day, April 8. Super Junior-M's trailer clips exceeded 1.4 million views in less than four days.[17] Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
debuted in Beijing
Beijing
on April 8, 2008 at the 8th Annual Music Chart Awards, simultaneously with the release of their first music video, "U" on Sohu.com.[17] "U" is a translated Chinese cover of the 2006 song "U", originally by Super Junior. They released their debut album Me in selected provinces of China starting April 23, 2008. A Korean version of the album with three bonus Korean-language tracks was released in South Korea
South Korea
on April 30, 2008. A modified version of the album was released in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan on May 2, 2008.[18] Though a majority of the tracks in the album were Mandarin remakes of Super Junior's previous Korean hits, reviews were generally positive. Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Cantopop
Cantopop
singer, Hins Cheung, critiqued the album favorably, saying that the album contains "international-level music" and that the group is "vocally-talented".[19] A month after their debut, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
won their first award, Asia's Most Popular New Group, at the 5th annual Music King Awards in Macau
Macau
on May 25.[20] They took home another three awards that year. On December 27 and 28, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
held their first concert, the Super Junior-M Show, in Hong Kong.[21] Following their debut performance in April 2008, the group made a few successful guest appearances in many chains of entertainment variety shows to promote their album. They appeared in an episode of the second season of TVB
TVB
and HunanTV's collaboration show, Strictly Come Dancing, which made the show's ratings increase to 5.01%, ranking it the third most watched show ever in all of China.[22] Super Junior-M's appearance in the talk show Behind Story (Chinese: 背後的故事) also increased ratings. The show had the highest ratings during their time slot, with a strong 4.05%.[23] Separated into several weekly episodes, the group's appearance in their first episode on the challenging game show Bravely Going Forward (Chinese: 勇往直前) in early August gave the show the highest ratings during that time slot as well.[24] In August 2008, Han was cast in the idol television drama Stage of Youth, a mini-drama dedicated to the 2008 Beijing
Beijing
Olympics. Han portrayed Xia Lei, a youth who aspires to be a famous dancer. Other members of Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
gave cameo appearances in the final episode.[25] In September 2009, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
released their mini album, the EP Super Girl. The album garnered them a nomination for Best Vocal Group at the 21st Golden Melody Awards.[26] The EP's title single "Super Girl" is Super Junior-M's most critically successful song to date, winning numerous accolades for its composition and performances. 2010–2011: Lawsuit, lineup changes and Perfection[edit] In December 2009, Hangeng
Hangeng
filed for contract termination from SM Entertainment, claiming that the provisions of his contract were unlawful, harsh, and against his rights.[27] Super Junior-M immediately canceled all of their future activities and performances in China and Taiwan. They returned to Korea to begin preparing for Super Junior's fourth studio album. Han, however, stayed in China and signed under a new management, releasing his debut solo album Geng Xin in July 2010.[28] Although Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
remained largely inactive for most of 2010, they won several accolades for their song "Super Girl" at China's 2010 MusicRadio TOP Awards, including Most Popular Group, Golden Melody Award (Top 15), and Best Composition. In December 2010, the Seoul
Seoul
Central District Court ruled in favor of Han. However, SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
announced that they will file an immediate appeal to reverse the decision. In September 2011, Han and SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
officially came to a mutual agreement regarding Han's contract, closing the case. Although Han will not continue his exclusive contract with SM Entertainment,[29] the agency has yet to release an official statement regarding his status in Super Junior
Super Junior
and Super Junior-M. In February 2011, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
resumed their activities with two new members from the main group, Eunhyuk
Eunhyuk
and Sungmin, with the release of EP Perfection. It debuted at number 2 on Taiwan's G-music chart,[30] and stayed on the chart for four weeks.[31] The repackaged version of the album was released on April 29, debuted at number 2, and stayed on the chart for 10 weeks.[31] 2013–2014: Break Down and Swing[edit] In 2012 the group resumed their activities in China when they performed on 2 October, along with Kim Jang-hoon
Kim Jang-hoon
and EXO-M
EXO-M
in a special concert to mark the 20th anniversary of South Korea
South Korea
and China's diplomatic ties hosted by Shanghai Media Group.[32] This was followed by official from SM Entertainment
SM Entertainment
confirming that the group are in the planning stages of their comeback with a new album.[33] On January 7, 2013, Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
released their second album, Break Down, along with the music video for the lead single of the same name. A press conference took place in Beijing
Beijing
on January 7 and promoted the album in China.[34] They promoted the album in South Korean mutizens for a week as well different Fan Meetings in Asia. The song debuted No.1 on the Billboard charts.[35] After one year and three months since their second album 'Break Down', Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
released their third EP album, Swing in China on March 21.[36] Previously on March 18, 2014 Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
had unveiled the teaser image for the EP. A press conference was held on March 22 in Beijing, which was broadcast live online and viewed by over a million people. The album was later released on Korean music sites, such as MelOn, genie, Naver music and more, on March 31. They held their first comeback stage on China's CCTV's 'Global Chinese Music List' and continued in Korea, performing on music programs for 2 weeks.[37] The title song, Swing, is a pop dance song that mixes in both R&B and electro sounds. The album contains six Chinese songs, produced by hit makers Yoo Han Jin, hitchhiker and Henry’s team of composers, NoizeBank, as well as the Korean version of Swing.[37] The music video for Swing debuted on Chinese video sites Youku, Weibo, and iQIYI on March 23, before being released on YouTube on March 24. Members[edit] In December 2009, Hangeng
Hangeng
departed from the group after filing a lawsuit against their agency S.M. Entertainment.[38] Hangeng subsequently won the lawsuit in December 2010.[39] From March 2015 to August 2017, four members have completed their mandatory military service. Sungmin enlisted for his service on 31 March 2015 and completed it on 30 December 2016.[40] Eunhyuk
Eunhyuk
enlisted for his service on 13 October 2015 and was discharged on 12 July 2017. Donghae enlisted for his service on 15 October 2015 and was discharged on 14 July 2017. Siwon
Siwon
enlisted for his service on 19 November 2015 and was discharged on 18 August 2017.[41] From August 2017 to present, two members are currently enlisted for mandatory military service. Ryeowook
Ryeowook
enlisted for his service on 11 October 2016.[42] Kyuhyun
Kyuhyun
enlisted on 25 May 2017. [43]

Current active members[edit]

Eunhyuk Zhou Mi Donghae Henry Siwon

Current inactive members[edit]

Sungmin (inactive due to him deciding not to participate in the group's return activities)[44] Ryeowook
Ryeowook
(Inactive due to military service) Kyuhyun
Kyuhyun
(Inactive due to military service)

Former member[edit]

Hangeng

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
discography

Studio albums 2

Music videos 11

EPs 3

Soundtrack albums 1

Studio albums[edit]

Year Information Sales

2008 迷 (Me)

Released: May 2, 2008 Language: Mandarin, Korean Format: CD, DVD

10,000+ (South Korea)

2013 Break Down

Released: January 7, 2013 Language: Mandarin, Korean Format: CD

56,243+ (South Korea)

EPs[edit]

Year Information Sales

2009 Super Girl

Released: September 23, 2009 [45] Language: Mandarin, Korean Format: CD

20,000+ (Taiwan)

2011 Perfection

Released: February 25, 2011 Language: Mandarin, Korean Format: CD

60,000+ (Taiwan)[46] 65,285+ (South Korea)

2014 Swing

Released: March 23, 2014 Language: Mandarin, Korean Format: CD

64,405+ (South Korea)

Original Soundtracks[edit]

Skip Beat! (2012)

Videography[edit]

Year Track Album Released

2008 "U" Me April 8

"Me" (Chinese Version) September 13

"Me" (Korean Version) September 15

2009 "Super Girl" (Chinese Version) Super Girl September 14[47]

"Super Girl" (Korean Version) September 28

"Blue Tomorrow" November 6[48]

2011 "Perfection" (Chinese Version) Perfection February 21

"Perfection" (Korean Version) February 28

2013 "Break Down" Break Down 31 December 2012 (Teaser)[49] 7 January[50]

2014 "Swing" (Chinese Version) Swing March 18 (Teaser 1) March 19 (Teaser 2) March 22

"Swing" (Korean Version) March 30

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Result

Southeast Explosive Music Chart Awards

2008 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

China Tencent Stars Magnificent Ceremony

2008 Mainland's Best Group Super Junior-M Won

Music King Awards

2008 Asia's Most Popular New Group Super Junior-M Won

CCTV-MTV Music Awards

2008 Mainland's Best Group Super Junior-M Won

CCTV 2008 Chinese Entertainment Awards

2008 Mainland's Best Album Me Won

Mainland's Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

China Digital Music Awards

2009 Most Downloaded Overseas Singer Super Girl Won

21st Golden Melody Awards

2010[51] Best Vocal Group Super Junior-M Nominated

China Music Festival

2010 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

Golden Melody Award (Album Award) Super Girl Won

Composer Award Super Girl (Yoo Young Jin) Won

China MusicRadio Top Awards

2010 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

Global Chinese Golden Chart Awards

2011 Most Popular Group of The Year Super Junior-M Won

Best Male Group Super Junior-M Won

Singapore
Singapore
Hit Awards

2011 Best Male Group Super Junior-M Won

Singapore's e-Awards

2012 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

2013 UFM 100.3 Most Popular Song S.O.L.O Won

2014 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

Taiwan HITO Music Awards

2012 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won

2013 Best Drama OST S.O.L.O Won

Yahoo! Asia Buzz Awards

2012 Taiwan's Top Searched Artist Super Junior-M Won

Baidu Music Awards

2013 Best Group Award Super Junior-M Won

IFPI ( Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Top Sales Music Award)

2013[52] Best Sales Releases (Japanese and Korean) Break Down Won

14th Top Chinese Award

2014 Favorite Musical Band and Group Super Junior-M Won

Best Music Video Break Down Won

2nd YinYuenTai V-Chart Award

2014 Album of The Year Break Down Won

Kugou Music Awards

2014 Most Influential Group of the Year Super Junior-M Won

Global Chinese Music[edit] CCTV's Global Chinese Music is Chinese music show.

Year Date Song

2014 March 29 "Swing"

April 5

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External links[edit]

Super Junior-M
Super Junior-M
Official Korean website

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

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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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