It’s a happy Monday, everyone! Why? Well, Super Junior just launched some Twitter emojis as part of their comeback! Yas!

Calling out all K-pop fanatics from the early 2000s era and get ready for this! Apparently, the South Korean boy band, Super Junior, launched some Twitter emojis to celebrate their much-awaited return this coming October. This campaign is their way of promoting their new song, “SUPER Clap”, from their 9th album, ‘Time_Slip’.

In particular, when you use their official hashtags: “#슈퍼주니어“, “#SUPERJUNIOR“, “#SJ_Time_Slip“, “#SUPER_Clap“, and “#SJ_SUPER_Clap“, you would automatically see a specially made Super Junior emoji.

The band will be re-appearing before us on October 14th, 6 PM KST. With this news, E.L.F a.ka. Ever Lasting Friends (Super Junior fandom) are going crazy all over Twitter.

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This Korean boy band has been missing the waves for quite some time now. It was in 2015 when they broke the hearts of their fans. While they were holding a promotion concert for their album, ‘Devil’, the group announced that it’ll be their last concert because some of the members will be enlisting to the Korean army.

Last time we heard from them was in 2017 with their song ‘Lo Siento’ featuring Dominican-American singer Leslie Grace and producers Play-N-Skillz. The song was from their album ‘Play’ which marks the return of Shindong, Eunhyuk, Lee Donghae, and Choi Siwon after their mandatory military service.

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And now, they’re coming back with a full roster! ‘SUPER Clap’ will be about the group’s unmoving cheerful attitude despite problems. Also, the message the song evokes is to release worries and anxieties away with a SUPER CLAP!

In case you didn’t know, Super Junior has thirteen members, consisting of leader Leeteuk, Heechul, Hangeng, Yesung, Kangin, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Siwon, Donghae, Ryeowook, Kibum, and Kyuhyun. Also, they are the forerunner of Korean pop music since 2005 alongside other OG K-Pop idols like 2NE1, Big Bang, and more. Thanks to them, they’ve made K-pop a global hit. We can still remember how we would dance to their iconic songs like ‘Sorry, Sorry’, ‘Mr. Simple’, and ‘No Other’.

We can’t wait for this group’s comeback! How about you? So make sure to stay tuned right here on U Do U for more Super Junior Updates!

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