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Super Junior Members Perform at Korea Brand Entertainment Expo
Super Junior Dong Hae dan Eun Hyuk (D&E) at the Korea Brand and Entertainment Expo (KBEE), South Jakarta, Indonesia, September 4th 2017. TEMPO/Ammy Hetharia
Tuesday, 05 September, 2017 | 13:52 WIB
Super Junior Members Perform at Korea Brand Entertainment Expo

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Boy band Super Junior members Donghae and Eunhyuk (D&E) presented a closing performance at the Korea Brand Entertainment Expo (KBEE) yesterday. “How do you doing? Assalamualaikum, good afternoon,” Dong Hae and Eunhyuk greeted their fans at Sheraton Hotel in South Jakarta.

Appearing as a subunit of Super Junior, Donghae and Eunhyuk hypnotized members of Elf—their official fan club. It was their first performance without seven other personnel.

At the event last night, D&E brought four songs: Drawing Pains, Still You, Saturday Night and Oppa Oppa. Hundreds of fans sang along during the performance.

Those who at first sat down immediately got on their feet and screamed their lungs out when their idol sing their songs on the stage.

Super Junior & D&E are among the brand ambassadors of the KBBE, which is held on September 4-5. On the occasion, D&E thanked the fans for showing their enthusiasm. “Thank you for your love and attention,” they said.

“I love you, I miss you,” D&E told their female-dominated fans.



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