Super Junior

Super Junior (Korean: 슈퍼주니어; Syupeo Junieo) is a popular South Korean idol group. Formed in 2005 by producer Lee Soo-man of SM Entertainment, the group comprised a total of thirteen members at its peak. Super Junior originally debuted with twelve members, consisting of leader LeeteukHeechul,Han GengYesungKanginShindongSungminEunhyukSiwonDonghaeRyeowook and Kibum.Kyuhyun joined the group in 2006.

Know as “Kings of the Hallyu Wave”, Super Junior launched into international recognition following the release of their best-selling single “Sorry, Sorry” in 2009, the title song of their most critically successful album Sorry, Sorry [1][2] and was the best-selling K-pop artist for three years in a row.[3]

Over the years, they have been divided into smaller subgroups, simultaneously targeting different music industries and audiences. Largely due to Super Junior’s success as entertainers, other Korean entertainment managements began to train their music groups in other areas of entertainment, such as acting and hosting.[4] In addition to their commercial success, Super Junior has earned fourteen music awards from the Mnet Asian Music Awards, thirteen from the Golden Disk Awards, and is the second singing group to win Favorite Artist Korea at the 2008 MTV Asia Awards after JTL in 2003.[5] In 2012 they were nominated for “Best Asian Act” in MTV Europe Music Awards showing one more time their popularity around world.[6]

In December 2009, Hankyung departed from the group after filing a lawsuit against their agency SM Entertainment.[7] Hankyung subsequently won the lawsuit in December 2010,[8] though his departure from Super Junior was not made official until September 27, 2011, when S.M. Entertainment finally released a statement to that effect.[9][10] Heechul enlisted for his mandatory military service on September 1, 2011. Kangin was absent from the group for their fourth and fifth album promotions, but completed his service in April 2012, and rejoined the group for their sixth album in mid 2012, however, the absent three members are considered as part of the group regardless. Leeteuk enlisted for his mandatory military service on October 30, 2012. As of 2012, Super Junior has nine active members:YesungKanginShindongSungminEunhyukSiwonDonghaeRyeowook, and Kyuhyun.[11]

2000–2005: Formation and debut

In 2000, SM Entertainment held their first overseas casting auditions in BeijingChina and recruited Hankyung, who auditioned against three thousand applicants.[12] That same year, LeeteukYesung, and Eunhyuk were recruited after auditioning for the company’s annual casting system in SeoulSungmin andDonghae became trainees after jointly winning first place in an SM-sponsored contest in 2001. In 2002, Heechul and Kangin were recruited along with Kibum, who was discovered in Los Angeles, California by a casting agent. Siwon became a trainee after being scouted in 2003 and Ryeowook in 2004, who was recruited into the company after winning the 2004 Chin Chin Youth Festival singing competition.[13] Shindong and Kyuhyun, the latter winning third place at the 2005 Chin Chin Youth Festival, were cast in 2005.

In early 2005, Lee Soo-man announced that he had been preparing for an all-boy project group of twelve members to debut at the end of the year. He called this singing group to be “The Gateway to Stardom of Asia,”[14] as most of the members in this group were chosen for their experiences as actors, MCs, models, andradio hosts prior debut. Heechul and Kibum were already established actors at the time, and most of the other members had already made various kinds of appearances in television and media.[15][16][17] Inspired by the rotational concept of Japan’s girl group Morning Musume, Lee said that his new group would also experience line-up changes, with new members replacing selected members every year to keep the group constantly young and all-rounded. This concept was then newly introduced to the K-pop market.

For a while the group was rumored to be called O.V.E.R, the acronym for “Obey the Voice for Each Rhythm.”[18][a] However, before the group settled with their current name, the company simply referred to them as juniors, a representation of the members’ young ages when they first became SM trainees.[18] After the members’ showcased their different talents to the company at a picnic, the company finalized their group name to Super Junior, and officially became Super Junior’05, the first generation of Super Junior.[13] Super Junior 05 made their pre-debut performance on the Korean channel Mnet on September 11, 2005.[b] At the showcase, they performed various styles of hip-hop dancing, where they danced to B2K‘s “Take It to the Floor”. Hankyung, Eunhyuk, and Donghae also performed a separate dance together, dancing to Usher‘s “Caught Up.” However, the performance did not air on television until May 16, 2006 as a segment in theSuper Junior Show, the group’s first television documentary.

The group officially debuted on SBS‘s music program Popular Song on November 6, 2005, performing their first single “Twins (Knock Out)“. A digital single with “Twins (Knock Out)”, “You Are the One”, and three additional tracks were released online on November 8, followed by the release of their debut albumSuperJunior05 (Twins) on December 6, 2005. The album sold 28,536 copies in the first month of release and debuted at number three in the monthly chart of December 2005.[19][c]

2006–2007: UDon’t Don, and commercial success

In February 2006, Super Junior 05 began performances for “Miracle“, the second promotional single from their debut album. “Miracle” topped the music charts ofThailand, drawing interest from international markets.[20] As promotions for “Miracle” ended, SM Entertainment began selecting new members for Super Junior’s second generation, Super Junior 06. The company even prepared a list of chosen members that were to graduate from the group. However, the company abandoned the rotational concept after adding a thirteenth member, Kyuhyun, in 2006. The group then became known as just Super Junior, without the suffix “05”.[21][22]

After the addition of Kyuhyun, Super Junior released their single “U” for free download on May 25, 2006 on their official website. “U” exceeded 400,000 downloads within five hours of release and ultimately surpassed 1.7 million downloads, crashing the server.[23][24] The physical single of “U” with a total of three tracks was released on June 6, eventually selling over 81,000 units in South Korea.[25] The single became one of Korea’s most popular songs of the year, taking up number one spots for five consecutive weeks on two of Korea’s top music programs.[26] By the end of the year, Super Junior collected over seven awards in five of South Korea’s top music award ceremonies, and was one of the three Best Newcomer winners at the 21st Golden Disk Awards.

In late 2006, Kyuhyun, Ryeowook, and Yesung formed the subgroup Super Junior K.R.Y., Super Junior’s first sub-unit. They performed their first single “The One I Love”, theme song to the Korean television drama Hyena, on the KBS music program Music Bank on November 5, 2006.[27] In February 2007, Leeteuk, Heechul, Kangin, Sungmin, Shindong and Eunhyuk formed Super Junior-T, a trot-singing group. They released their first single “Rokuko” on February 23, 2007, and made a debut performance on Popular Songs two days later.[28]

Super Junior’s second official album was intended for a late 2006 release, but due to several accidental setbacksDon’t Don was not released until September 20, 2007.[29][30] Don’t Don sold over 60,000 units the first day of release and debuted at number one on the monthly chart of September 2007.[31] Although Don’t Don received mixed reviews from critics, the album went to sell more than 160,000 copies by the end of the year, becoming the second best-selling record of 2007.[32][33][c] Super Junior received seven nominations at the 2007 Mnet/KM Music Festival, winning three of them which included Artist of the Year, termed by many as the highest recognition of the ceremony.[34] Super Junior collected two more recognitions at the 22nd Golden Disk Awards, including a Disk Bonsang award (Record of the Year).[35]

2008–2009: Sorry, Sorry and career breakthrough

Super Junior performing at SMTown Live ’08 in Bangkok,Thailand

Super Junior-M, Super Junior’s Mandopop subgroup comprising members Hankyung, Siwon, Donghae, Kyuhyun, Ryeowook, and Super Junior-M members Henry and Zhou Mi, was formed in April 2008.[36][37]Although the creation of the subgroup initially created a strife between the group’s fans and their management,[d] Super Junior-M went on to become Super Junior’s most successful subgroup,[38] selling out two concerts in Hong Kong,[39] topping weekly ratings with their appearance on Chinese variety programs,[40] and was the idol group with the most endorsement contracts in China.[41] They won numerous awards at Chinese music festivals, and achieved critical acclaim after the release of their single “Super Girl” from their second record Super Girl, which garnered them a nomination for Best Vocal Group at the 21st Golden Melody Awards. A fourth Super Junior subgroup was created soon after Super Junior-M’s debut. With five members from Super Junior-T and Yesung, they formed the subgroupSuper Junior-Happy, releasing their first extended play (EP) Cooking? Cooking! on June 5, 2008. In November 2008, Super Junior-T made a debut in Japan, collaborating with Japanese comedy duo Moeyan.[42] Their single “ROCK&GO“, the Japanese-language version of “Rokuko”, debuted at number 19 on the Oricon Daily Charts[43] and ascended to number 2 three days later.[44]

Super Junior’s first Asia-wide concert tour, Super Show, started on February 22, 2008, in Seoul.[37][45][46][47][48][e] The group held a successful two-day fan meeting in Japan at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, selling out 12,000 tickets in several days.[49] The group released a compiled single “U/Twins”, which includes the Japanese version of “U” in the limited release version, to complement the event. The single peaked at number four on Japan’s Oricon Daily Chart on its first day of release, and dropped down four places on its second. The single broke a new record for being the first Korean single to have made within top 10 on Japan’s Oricon Weekly Chart.[50]

The group released their third studio album Sorry, Sorry on March 12, 2009.[51] It was their first album to debut at number one on the Hanteo Charts, selling over 29,000 copies the first day.[52] After only a month of release, the album became South Korea’s best-selling album of 2009, and ultimately sold over 250,000 copies in South Korea.[53] It became the best-selling K-pop album in Taiwan,[54] Thailand, China, and the Philippines, in which the latter credited the album to be the first K-pop album to reach number one in music charts from the country.[55] The album’s title single “Sorry, Sorry” became an instant hit,[56] collecting a total of ten number-one awards for ten consecutive weeks in Korea, and stayed as number one for a record-breaking 37 weeks in Taiwan’s K-pop singles chart. “Sorry, Sorry” achieved national and international success, and has since been the group’s best-selling single in South Korea.[2][57][58][59] Sorry, Sorry won several accolades at the 24th Golden Disk Awards, including the Disk Daesang (Record of the Year).

After the success of Sorry, Sorry, Super Junior commenced their second Asia-wide concert tour Super Show 2, on July 17, 2009 in Seoul.

2010–2011: Bonamana, lineup changes, and international recognition

Despite their critical and commercial success, the group was plagued by legal turmoils and lineup changes during their concert tour. Though Kibum was shown in the ads and promotional videos for Super Show 2, he did not officially participate in the concert tour, and announced his temporary leave from the group to pursue his acting career. In October 2009, Kangin was charged with a DUI and hit-and-run after crashing into a parked taxi holding three passengers.[60] In December 2009, Hankyung filed for contract termination from SM Entertainment, claiming that the provisions of his contract were unlawful, harsh, and against his rights.[61] He parted with the group and released his solo album Geng Xin in July 2010, which sold over 510,000 copies. That same month, Kangin announced his hiatus to fulfill his two-year mandatory military service.[11]

With only ten members left, Super Junior went off to release their fourth studio album, Bonamana in May 2010. Although the album did not fare well as Sorry, Sorry critically, it sold over 300,000 copies in South Korea, outselling Sorry, Sorry.[62] The album remained at the top of Taiwan’s Korean-Japanese Music Charts for 61 weeks, breaking their own previous record of the said chart.[63]

To promote the album, Super Junior embarked on their third Asia-wide tour Super Show 3 in 2010 and 2011,[64] and had sold-out concerts for each stop.[65] In February 2011, Super Junior released a 3D movie version of their tour,Super Show 3 3D in all CGV and Primus movie theaters.[66] The movie debuted at number six on the box office charts and went off to become the best-selling 3D movie in Korea.[67] After touring in Japan, they released the Super Junior Japan ‘Super Show 3’ Opening Commemorative Album in February 2011, which debuted at number two on Japan’s Tower Records online sales charts. The DVD version ofSuper Junior Japan Limited Special Edition – Super Show 3 also debuted at number two, while the CD version debuted at number 10. The album also remained at number three spot on the Oricon Daily Chart for two consecutive days and number six on the Oricon Weekly Chart. Following their commercial success in Japan, the group released a Japanese version of Bonamana’self-titled single in June 2011, which debuted at number two on the Oricon Daily Singles chart, selling over 59,000 copies the first week of release,[68] however, SM did not see the release as their official Japanese debut and has stated that their debut in Japan will occur at a later time.[69]

Between Super Show 3 stops, the group took part in the SMTown Live ’10 World Tour and toured in Los AngelesParisTokyo and New York along with other SM Entertainment-managed artists, performing outside of Asia for the first time.[70] Super Junior’s performances were well received by the media,[71] and they were honored as Korea’s National Pop Culture Icon for their role in spreading the Hallyu Wave (Korean Wave), receiving the Minister of Culture Awards by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism at the Pop Culture Art Awards. They were featured on CNN‘s Talk Asia program, and talked about their popularity and strategy for advancing into the world music industry.[72][73] The group has achieved recognition beyond Asia, reaching notability in Europe, North America, and South America. Peru’s Top 30 ranking of The Sexiest Men in the World included all of the members on the list[74] They gave exclusive interviews to Slovenian and Iranian magazines,[75] and were selected by Brazilian Hallyu fans to be the number-one Korean artist they want to visit Brazil.[76][77] Both Mexico’s TV Azteca and the United Kingdom’s BBC acknowledged Super Junior to be the leading icon of the Hallyu effect.[78][79]

2011–2012: Mr. Simple and world tour

Super Junior members at LG Optimus Super Junior Fan meeting at Chateau de Chine in KaohsiungTaiwan in November 2011. (L-R: Leeteuk, Ryeowook, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Siwon, Kyuhyun, Sungmin, Yesung, Shindong)

Mr. Simple debuted at number one on the South Korean Gaon Chart, selling 287,427 copies. The album stayed on the chart as number one for four weeks, and sold over 441,000 copies in South Korea by October 2011.[80] It peaked at number three on the Billboard World Albums Chart and number 17 on Japan’s Oricon Album’s Chart. The album’s title single Mr. Simple won first place on the first day of the group’s comeback performance on the music show M!Countdown.[81] In September 2011, Heechul left temporarily for military service. Super Junior began their first world tour, the Super Show 4 in November 2011.[82] The group’s second Japanese single, a Japanese version of “Mr. Simple”, was released December 7, 2011 in Japan,[83][84] however this was still not recognized by SM as their official Japanese promotional debut.[85]

The group, with Super Junior-M members Zhou Mi and Henry, also recorded the song “Santa U Are The One” for the 2011 Winter SMTown – The Warmest Gift album, released on December 13, 2011. In addition, Donghae and Eunhyuk released their collaboration digital single “Oppa, Oppa” on December 16[86] and performed the single on Music Bank that same day.

In 2011 Super Junior was selected as the Hallyu Star who foreign fans want to date. Arirang Survey in 188 Countries Revealed Super Junior as the Most Wanted Artist.

On January 11, Super Junior participated at the 26th Golden Disk Awards which was held at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan. The group ended up bringing home four awards: Popularity Award, MSN Japan Award, Disk Bonsang and the grand prize Disk Daesang. This was followed by further successes at the Seoul Music Awards on January 19, at which they were awarded the Disk Bonsang and Disk Daesang.

On January 13, Super Junior were crowned ‘Album King’ in Taiwan, after Super Junior’s 5th album Mr. Simple and 4th album Bonamana ranked 1st and 2nd on both album and music sections of the Korean Music Chart 2012. Significantly, Super Junior ranked 1 on the KKBOX K-Pop chart for 64 consecutive weeks with their 4th album title song “Bonamana”, marking the longest record in the history of KKBOX K-Pop chart. They then reached 1 with the 5th album title song “Mr. Simple” for 46 consecutive weeks (as of 4 July 2012), effectively knocking themselves from the 1 spot. On February 22, Super Junior won Album Of The Year for the 3rd Quarter at the Gaon Chart Awards[87] and on March 13, Super Junior won Favorite K-pop Video for “Mr.Simple” at the MYX Music Awards.[88]

Also, Super Junior successfully completed their world tour ‘SUPER SHOW 4’ in 10 cities worldwide including Seoul, Osaka, Taipei, Singapore, Macao, Bangkok, Paris, Shanghai, Jakarta and Tokyo for 6 months starting in November. Combined with their three Asia tours, ‘SUPER SHOW 4,’ Super Junior’s concert brand, gathered a total of 900,000 audiences.

2012–Present: Sexy, Free & Single

In June, 2012, SM Entertainment announced that Kangin will rejoin Super Junior for the group’s sixth album, Sexy, Free & Single which has been released online on July 1 and in stores on July 4, 2012.[89] SM released the MV for Sexy, Free & Single on July 3. The Version B of album was released on July 16, having only a different cover. On August 7, Super Junior released the repackage album for Sexy, Free & Single called SPY, including four new songs “SPY“, “Outsider”, “Only U” composed by Leeteuk and “Haru” composed by Donghae. The MV was released on August 13.

Super Junior 6th Album Sexy, Free & Single managed to rank high in iTunes in several countries including Australia, France, Peru and Japan. It also ranked 3rd on Billboard World Albums.[90] The album debuted at 1st place on the South Korean Gaon Chart, selling 335,744 copies in one month.[91] Staying on the chart as 1st place for three weeks in a row, 459,182 copies have been sold in only two months (July – August).[91][91] Furthermore, Sexy, Free & Single also debuted at 1st on “Hanteo Chart” with more than 200,000 copies sold in one month become the first group to do so far this year.[92] Super Junior rank 1st place on Hanteo’s “Top 5 K-Pop Artists” 2012 winning Hanteo “Singer Award” and also rank 1st place in Hanteo “Album Award” 2012 also winning this award.[93][94]

Sexy, Free & Single was placed 1st for several weeks on Taiwan KKBOX KPOP chart having all album songs charted.[95] The Japanese version of this song, which was released on August 22, has sold over 118,902 units so far and is being considered Gold for selling over 100,000 units.

Super Junior were nominated for “Best Asian Act” in MTV Europe Music Awards showing one more time their popularity around world.[96] On October Super Junior won “Teen Style Icon” award in Style Icon Awards[97] and on November they also won the “Best Artist Group Award” the 19th Korean Entertainment Arts Awards.[98] On November 30, Super Junior attended the Mnet Asian Music Awards where they won three awards, “Album of the Year”, “Best Global Group – Male” and “Best Line Award”, being the second year in row that Super Junior wins “Album of the Year”.[99] Their Super Show 4 3D movie was awarded with “Work of Art Award” at the International 3D Festival being the only singer together with Glam winning an award.[100]

Members

Super Junior-M members

Former members

Korean Discography

Studio Albums
Live Albums
Singles

Tours and concerts

Main Tours
Subgroup tours
Affiliated tours

Musical style

They pursued bubblegum pop in SuperJunior05ethereal and alternative rock in Don’t Donpop and contemporary R&B in Sorry, Sorry and Bonamana; and electropop and synthpopin Mr. Simple. The group has also covered few songs in their albums. Their debut single “Twins (Knock Out)” is a cover of Triple Eight‘s “Knockout,” which was released in 2003. In most of their covers, the original titles are kept, such as Cape’s “L.O.V.E” and Exile’s “Believe”, both tracks from SuperJunior05. Super Junior works closely with Yoo Young-jin, who has produced and arranged most of the group’s title singles since debut. Yoo’s also known for creating the renowned SMP style, a genre that includes a balanced infusion of rock, R&B, and rap, empowered by the sounds of electric guitar, bass, and other different percussion instruments.[101] Super Junior prominently featured this SMP style in Don’t Don.[102] The group are also acclaimed for their vocal harmonization and unison as each member contributes a different range in their choruses, and often incorporate different types of vocal belting into their songs.[f][103]

Subgroups

Super Junior-H, Super Junior-M and Super Junior-T

Since debut, four Super Junior subgroups were formed. With the exception of Kibum, all of the members were put in at least one subgroup. The intentions of the subgroups were part of SM Entertainment’s strategy to not limit Super Junior’s activities while certain members focus on their individual careers.[104][105]Furthermore, the goal of subgroup formations was to show that Super Junior could accommodate and perform different musical genres. This strategy was later challenged by critics, as it has influenced an overwhelming amount of music groups to create official and unofficial subgroups alike.[106]

Super Junior-K.R.Y

Established in November 2006, is the first Super Junior subgroup and consists of Kyuhyun, Ryeowook and Yesung.

The trio’s first official performance was on November 5, 2006, on KBS’s Music Bank, performing “The One I Love”, theme song to the Korean television dramaHyena.[107] Aside from the theme, they contributed to two more tracks in the original soundtrack of Hyena. The trio also performed in two additional original soundtracks, one track in both the soundtracks of Snow Flower and Billy Jean Look at Me. Unlike Super Junior’s other sub-units, Super Junior-K.R.Y has not officially released an original single or album (but will release an album soon in 2012), and only participated in collaboration albums and original soundtracks.[105]

Super Junior-K.R.Y held their first mini concert tour in Japan in August 2010. They held two more concerts in Kobe in November 2010 and another two concerts in December 2010 in Fukuoka. Over 22,000 attended the tour.[108]

In November 2012 the trio held a concert in Yokohama, Japan (during their special winter tour) in which they announced they’re going to release an original Japanese single titled “Promise You” on 23 January 2013.[109] A teaser for the music video was shown during the concert and officially released through YouTube a few days later.

Super Junior-Donghae & Eunhyuk

Super Junior’s Donghae and Eunhyuk released a digital single, “떴다 오빠(Oppa has Risen)“.[110] The 2011 single “Oppa, Oppa” reached 2nd place on Oricon‘s daily single and weekly charts, and #1 on Tower Records‘ single chart (2 April – 8 April).[111]

Philanthropy

Super Junior were appointed as the goodwill ambassadors for the 2008 Korea and Thailand 50th Anniversary, honoring the good relationship Korea has held with Thailand for the past fifty years.[112] On February 20, 2010, Super Junior were named as Taiwan’s tourism ambassadors. Super Junior are also spokesmodels for the “Donate Blood” (2007–present) campaign at the Republic of Korea National Red Cross and were appointed as goodwill ambassadors for World Blood Donor Day. On March 3, 2011, Super Junior were appointed by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Korea as the 2011 Honorary Korean Food Ambassadors to promote Korean cuisine all over the world. On June 17, 2011, Super Junior were chosen to be the ambassadors of Seoul Summer Sale 2011.[113] They have since been appointed to the same position for Seoul Summer Sale 2012. On July 24, 2011, Super Junior were appointed as ambassadors for Korean tourism and LG Korea. Because of their popularity, they have been chosen as endorsers for Lotte Duty Free, and Donghae and Siwon are endorsers of the famous Filipino clothing line Bench. Kyuhyun is an endorser of Masita.[114] On September 4, 2012, Super Junior is appointed as honorary ambassadors for the Gangnam District of Seoul.[115]

Controversies

Expansion to China

After the subgroups Super Junior-K.R.Y. and Super Junior-T, on October 2, 2007, S.M. Entertainment announced the birth of another Super Junior sub-unit project that would begin activities in China starting 2008. Zhou Mi and S.M. Entertainment’s new Taiwanese-Canadian trainee Henry Lau, who was also featured in the music video of “Don’t Don”, were also members of the subgroup.[116] The announcement brought in a huge wave of dissatisfaction and opposition from fans of Super Junior after the announcement of two new members. Initially, fans were planning to boycott the company’s products, however, most fans agreed on a silent protest instead. Thousands of fans from Super Junior’s official fanclub E.L.F. silently sat in front of the SM building and held signs that supported the group to have only thirteen members.[117] After more rumors regarding adding another member to the subgroup, the fans decided to gain a legal representation as part of S.M. Entertainment’s stockholders. As of March 20, 2008, Super Junior fans purchased 58,206 stocks of S.M. Entertainment, holding 0.3% of the company’s entire stock.[118] They released a statement that they will obtain all chances to prevent S.M. Entertainment from adding new members and to keep Super Junior as only thirteen.[118]

Conflict with MBC

A time-slot dispute occurred between S.M. Entertainment and MBC when SM insisted to have Kangin stay on SBS’s Explorers of the Human Body instead of MBC’s Sunday Night Dong-An Club (동안클럽) where Kangin has been a regular host. MBC temporarily banned the rest of Super Junior from appearing in any future performances and shows hosted by MBC.[119] Kangin also lost his MC jobs to T.O.P. of Big Bang for the music show, Show! Music Core and also two more variety shows, which both soon canceled after Kangin left due to low ratings.[120] MBC demanded an apology from S.M. Entertainment in order for Super Junior to appear on shows hosted by the channel again. However, MBC concluded that Super Junior’s ban was never official, but just a decision for shows’ producers to decide.[121]

Han Geng’s lawsuit and departure from group

On December 21, 2009, Han Geng filed for contract termination with S.M. Entertainment, unhappy with contract length and salary.[122][123][124] On December 21, 2010, the Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of Han Geng.[8] On September 27, 2011, his departure was made official[9][10]

Filmography

Films

Premiere Title Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
November 23, 2006 A Battle of Wits x
July 26, 2007 Attack on the Pin-Up Boys[1] x x x x x x x x x x x x
December 14, 2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks
(Korean voice-over)
x x x
November 27, 2008 Hello Schoolgirl x
January 21, 2010 Jumunjin (주문진) x
February 24, 2011 Super Show 3 3D[2] x x x x x x x x x x
June 21, 2012 I AM.[3] x x x x x x x x x
11 October 2012 SMTOWN Live in Tokyo Special Edition in 3D[4][5] x x x x x x x x x

Television dramas

Year Title Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
2000 All About Eve x
2002 A Man and A Woman x
2004 Precious Family x
April Kiss x
2005 Sea of Sisters x
Loveholic x
Sharp 2 x x
Rainbow Romance x x x x x x
18 vs 29 x
To Marry a Millionaire x
2006 Bad Family x
Spring Waltz x
Banjun Theater x
Snow Flower x
2007 Billie Jean, Look At Me x
Legend of Hyang Dan x
Golden Bride x
2008 Single Dad in Love x
Super Junior Unbelievable Story x x
Chunja’s Happy Events x
2009 Stage of Youth x x x x x
Romance Zero x
Queen of Housewives x
TaeHee HyeGyo JiHyun x
I Love You Ten Million Times[6] x
2010 Oh My Lady![7] x
I am Legend x
It’s Okay, Daddy’s Girl x
The President x
Athena: Goddess of War x
2011 Poseidon[8] x
Tree With Deep Roots x
Skip Beat! x x
2012 Ms Panda and Mr Hedgehog[9] x
Turn Around and Say I Love You x
I Love Lee Tae-ri[10] x
The King of Dramas[11] x

Music shows

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
Summer 2005–December 2005 KM Show! Music Tank x
November 10, 2005–2006 M.net M! Countdown x x x
2006–March 24, 2008 M.net M! Countdown x x x
February 25, 2007–May 4, 2008 SBS The Music Trend x
April 5, 2007–2010 MBC PoPoPo Ai Joah x
July 5, 2007–November 11, 2007 MBC Show! Music Core x
2007–February 15, 2008 KMTV DJ Green Apple Sound x
February 14, 2012–Present MBC Show Champion x

Variety shows

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
2006–November 11, 2007 MBC Sunday’s Dong-An Club
(동안클럽)
x
2006–November 11, 2007 MBC Nothing is Impossible
(불가능은 없다)
x
November 11, 2007–February 3, 2008 SBS Good Sunday:
Explorers of the Human Body
x x x x x x x x x x x x x
December 27, 2007–October 9, 2008 M.NET Leeteuk’s Love Fighter x
January 7, 2008–April 5, 2008[12] ComedyTV Unbelievable Outing Season 3
(기막힌 외출)
x x x x x x x
January 21, 2008–April 21, 2008 SBS 8 vs. 1
(대결 8대1)
x
July 10, 2008–October 9, 2008 MBCevery1 Idol Show x x x x x x
M.net Dancing Brothers x
M.net Bachelor While On A Date
(총각 연애하다)
x
MBC Introducing Star’s Friend
(스타의 친구를 소개합니다 )
x x
September 5, 2009–December 5, 2009 KBS Human Network Super Junior’s Miracle
(슈퍼주니어의 미라클)
x x x x x x
September 16, 2009–July, 2010 MBC Lord of Ring[13] x x x
July 13, 2012 tvN Saturday Night Live Korea[14] x x x x x x x x x
September 22 and 29, 2012 JTBC Shinhwa Broadcast[15] x x x x x x

Reality show

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
December 6, 2005–April 24, 2006 KM Super Junior Show
(슈퍼주니어쇼)
x x x x x x x x x x x x
March 30–May 4, 2006 M.net Mystery 6 x x x x x x x x x x x x
April 13–27, 2006 KM Princess Diary
(프린세스 다이어리)
x x x x
May 27–August 26, 2006 SBS Super Junior Full House x x x x x x x x x x x x x
May 29–July 17, 2006 KM Super Adonis Camp
(미소년 합숙 대소동)
x x x x x x x x x
August 16–September 5, 2006 M.net Super Junior Mini-Drama x x x x x x x x x x x
May 5–June 30, 2007 KM Idol World x x x x x x
July 13–September 1, 2007 M.net Super Summer
(슈퍼썸머)
x x x
December 8–15, 2007 ETN Super Junior’s Music Diary x x x x x x x
August 6, 2008–September 10, 2008 ETN To Be Kang-In and Heechul
(강인하고 희철하게)
x x
October 23, 2008–January 23, 2009 M.net Band of Brothers x x
November 1, 2008–January 24, 2009 SBS Good Daddy x
December 21, 2008–May 3, 2009 MBC We Got Married x x
June 21, 2009–October 12, 2009 MBC Band of Brothers
(오빠밴드)
x
September 24, 2009–present SBS Strong Heart x x x
2009–present SBS Star King x x x
December 5, 2010– March 29, 2011 MBC Every1 Super Junior’s Foresight
(슈퍼주니어의 선견지명)
x x x x x x x
September 2, 2011– December 17, 2011 KBS Joy HD Sistar & LeeTeuk’s Hello Baby x x x x x x x
October 8, 2011–September 8, 2012 MBC We Got Married (Season 3)[16][17] x x x x x
October 19, 2011– present MBC Golden Fishery: Radio Star[18] x x
July 16, 2012– July 20, 2012 Super Junior Star Life Theater x x x x x x x x x x

Musical theatre

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
9 September to 23 November 2008 Xanadu
Doosan Art Center, Yeonji-dong, Seoul[19]
x x
9 October to 4 November 2009 Namhansanseong
Seongnam Arts Center Opera House[20][21]
x
9 October to 8 November 2009 Akilla
Hanjeon Art Center, Seoul[20]
x
2010 A Middle Nap x
18 February to 18 April 2010 Hong Gildong
Woori Financial Art Hall[22]
x x
1 October to 28 December 2010 Spamalot[23] x
15 December 2010 to mid-January 2011 The Three Musketeers
Chungmu Arts Hall[24][25]
x
5 July to 14 August 2011 Jack the Ripper
Chungmu Arts Hall[26]
x
12 July to 3 October 2011 Temptation of Wolves
Seoul COEX Artium Hyundai Art Hall[27]
x
25 November 2011 to 29 January 2012 Fame
Woori Financial Art Hall[28]
x
28 March to 10 June 2012 Catch Me If You Can
Blue Square, Samsung Card Hall[29]
x

Radio show hostings

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
November 1, 2005–mid 2006Renewed March 2010 – June 2011 SBS Power FM YoungStreet Show
(영스트리트)
x
March 2, 2006–June 2, 2007 Wisung DMB Ch.Melon Reckless Radio
(천방지축 라디오)
x
August 21, 2006–present KBS Cool FM Super Junior Kiss the Radio
(슈퍼주니어 키스 더 라디오)
x x[30] x x x x
September 19, 2006–September 8, 2007[31] Ch.Melon M.I.R.A.C.L.E for You Radio
(미라클포유 라디오)
x
April 30, 2007–April 19, 2009 MBC FM4U Good Friend Radio
(친한친구 라디오)
x
June 4, 2007–July 30, 2008 Wisung DMB Ch.Melon Reckless Radio
(천방지축 라디오)
x
April 8, 2008–present MBC Pyuojun FM Stop the Boring Time Radio
(심심타파 라디오)

 

Awards

Golden Disk Awards

The Golden Disk Awards is a music awards show founded in 1986 that is presented annually by the Music Industry Association of Korea for outstanding achievements in the music industry in South Korea. The Main Award (Disk Bonsang) is awarded up to 10 best artists by calculating album and digital sales with online vote and a final judgement by the judges of the award ceremony. The Grand Prize award (Disk Daesang) is equivalent Artist of the Year, is awarded to the performer of the best full-length album nominated from the Disk Bonsang.

Year Award Nominated work Result
2006
Newcomer of the Year Super Junior Won
Best Music Video U Won
2007
Disk Daesang Don’t Don Nominated
Disk Bonsang Won
TPL Anycall Popularity Award Super Junior Won
2009[1] Disk Daesang Sorry, Sorry Won
Disk Bonsang Won
Digital Bonsang (Best Digital Record) Nominated
Samsung YEPP Popularity Award Super Junior Won
2010 Disk Daesang Bonamana Nominated
Disk Bonsang Won
Popularity Award Super Junior Nominated
Asian Popularity Award Super Junior Won
2011[2] Disk Daesang Mr. Simple Won
Disk Bonsang Won
Record of the Year Super Junior Won
MSN Asia Popularity Award Super Junior Won
2012[3] Disk Daesang Sexy, Free & Single Pending
Disk Bonsang Pending
Popularity Award Super Junior Pending

Mnet Asian Music Awards

The Mnet Asian Music Awards (abbreviated as a MAMA), formerly “M.net KM Music Festival” (MKMF) (1999 – 2008), is a major K-pop music award show that is held by Mnet Media annually in South Korea. Daesang Award (Grand Prize) is equivalent Artist of the Year.

In 2009 SM Entertainment along with Inwoo Production boycotted the 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards event on 21 November, hence none of their artists attended the event. SM stated that they have reservation regarding the standard of fairness and criteria used in their selections,[4] citing that Girls’ Generation had topped a music chart for nine consecutive weeks but was never placed first place on their show and only debuted on their charts a month after the album was released. They also asked that their artists be removed from a mobile poll which requires participants to pay a fee in order to vote saying they “do not want to see fans suffer any damage from the poll which has commercial intentions”.[5]

Year Award Nominated work Result
2006[6]
Best New Group Super Junior Won
Best Dance Performance U Nominated
2007[7]
Artist of the Year (Daesang Award) Super Junior Won
Song of the Year (Daesang Award) Don’t Don Nominated
Best Male Group Super Junior Nominated
Best Dance Performance Don’t Don Nominated
Auction Netizen Popularity Super Junior Won
Mobile Popularity Won
Overseas Viewers Choice “Full of Happiness” Nominated
2008
Best Red Carpet (2005) Super Junior Won
2009
Album of the Year (Daesang Award) Sorry, Sorry Nominated
Song of the Year (Daesang Award) Sorry, Sorry Nominated
Best Male Group Super Junior Nominated
Best Dance Performance Sorry, Sorry Nominated
Overseas Viewers’ Award Super Junior Won
Mobile Popularity Award Won
CGV Popularity Award Won
2010[8]
Album of the Year (Daesang Award) Bonamana Nominated
Song of the Year (Daesang Award) Bonamana Nominated
Best Male Group Super Junior Nominated
Best Dance Performance – Male Group Bonamana Nominated
2011[9]
Album of the Year (Daesang Award) Mr. Simple Won
Best Male Group Super Junior Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group Mr. Simple Nominated
Singapore’s Choice Award Super Junior Won
2012[10][11]
Album of The Year (Daesang Award) Sexy, Free & Single Won
Song of The Year (Daesang Award) Sexy, Free & Single Nominated
Artist of The Year (Daesang Award) Super Junior Nominated
Best Global Group – Male Won
Best Male Group Nominated
Best Dance Performance – Male Group Sexy, Free & Single Nominated
Best Line Award Super Junior Won

Seoul Music Awards

The Seoul Music Awards is a music awards show founded in 1990 that is presented annually by the Sports Seoul for outstanding achievements in the music industry in South Korea. Daesang Award (Grand Prize) is equivalent Artist of the Year. While the Bonsang Awards (Main Prize) is awarded up to 10 best artists by calculating album and digital sales with online vote and a final judgement by the judges of the award ceremony.

# Year Award Nominated work Result Ref
15th 2006 Best New Group Super Junior Won
Mobile Popularity Super Junior Won
17th 2008 Daesang Don’t Don Nominated [12]
Bonsang Won
Mobile Popularity Super Junior Won
19th 2010 Daesang Sorry Sorry Nominated [13]
Bonsang Won
Mobile Popularity Super Junior Won
Hallyu Special Award Won
20th 2011 Bonsang Bonamana Nominated [14]
Popularity Award Super Junior Nominated
21st 2012 Daesang Mr. Simple Won [15]
Bonsang Won
Popularity Award Super Junior Nominated
22st 2013 Daesang Sexy, Free & Single Pending [16]
Bonsang Pending
Popularity Award Super Junior Pending

Melon Music Awards

Melon Music Awards is a major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea. It is known for only calculating digital sales and online votes to judge winners. Daesang Award (Grand Prize) is equivalent Artist of the Year. While the Bonsang Awards (Main Prize) is awarded up to 10 best artists by calculating album and digital sales with online vote and a final judgement by the judges of the award ceremony.

Year Award Nominated work Result
2009
Daesang Award Sorry, Sorry Nominated
Song of the Year (Digital Daesang) Nominated
Top 10 Artist Winners (Bonsang) Won
Star of the Year Super Junior Nominated
Mania of the Year Nominated
2010 Netizen Popularity Battle Award Super Junior Won
2011[17]
Daesang Award Mr. Simple Nominated
Top 10 Artist Winners (Bonsang) Won
Netizen Popularity Battle Award Super Junior Won
2012 Global Star Award Super Junior Nominated

Mnet 20’s Choice Awards

Mnet 20’s Choice Awards is presented by South Korean cable television channel Mnet.

Year Category Nomination Result
2007 Best Dresser on Blue Carpet Super Junior Won
Best New Asian Artist Won
Best Group Won
Best Performer Won
2012[18] 20′s Global Star Won

Other awards

Korea

Year Award Nominated Work Result
Korean Television Arts Awards
2006 Best Group Super Junior Won
Korean Visual Arts Awards
2006 Most Photogenic Super Junior Won
Korean Digital Music Awards
2006 Best New Group Super Junior Won
SBS Song Awards
2006 Best New Male Group Super Junior Won
Top Artists Super Junior Nominated
Korean Entertainment Arts Awards
2007 Best Male Dance Group Awards Don’t Don Won
2012[19] Best Artist Group Super Junior Won
Asia Songs Festival
2007 Appreciation Award Super Junior Won
2009 Asian Best Group Super Junior Won
2011 The Highest Asia Singer Award Super Junior Won
Korea Best Dresser Swan Awards
2007 Best Dressed Singer Super Junior Won
2011[20] Best Dressed Singer Super Junior Won
Korean Popular Entertainment Awards
2007
New Generation Artist of the Year Super Junior Won
Top Artist Super Junior Won
2008 Special Award Super Junior Won
Gaon Chart Awards
2009 Album of The Year Sorry, Sorry Won
2011[21] Top Selling Album of 2010 Bonamana Won
Korean Popular Culture and Art Awards
2010 Minister Commendation for Culture and Tourism Super Junior Won
6th Korea in Motion Festival
2011 Most Popular Music Mr. Simple Won
The 2011 YouTube K-Pop Awards
2011[22] Most Viewed Video of The Year Mr. Simple Won
MBC Entertainment Awards
2011[23] Special Award (Singer Division) Super Junior Won
Bugs Music Awards
2010[24] Senior Idol Super Junior Won
2011[25] Netizen Popularity Award Super Junior Won
Best Male Group Super Junior Won
1st Gaon Chart K-pop Awards[26]
2012 Singer of the Year Award (Album-based) – 3rd Quarter Super Junior (Mr. Simple) Won
2012 Mnet KPOP Idol Championship
2012[27] Silver Medal Super Junior Won
Hanteo Awards
2010[28] Album Award Bonamana Won
2011[29][30]
Album Award Mr. Simple Won
Singer Award (Album-based) Super Junior (Mr. Simple) Won
2012[31][32]
Album Award Sexy, Free & Single Won
Singer Award (Album-based) Super Junior (Sexy, Free & Single) Won
2012 Style Icon Awards
2012[33] Teen Style Icon Super Junior Won
International 3D Festival
2012[34] Work of Art Award Super Show 4 Concert in 3D Won
SBS MTV Best of the Best
2011 Super Junior vs Big Bang Super Junior Won
2012[35] Best Global Video Super Junior Won
2012[35] Best Group Male Super Junior Nominated
2012[35] Artist of the Year Super Junior Won

International

Year Award Nominated work Result
Mashable Awards
2010[36] Must Follow Personality Super Junior Won
2011[37] Viral Video of the Year Mr. Simple Won
Must Follow Musician on Social Media Super Junior Won
Best Mobile Game Super Junior SHAKE Won
AllKpop Awards
2010[38] Best Male Group Super Junior Won
Song of The Year Bonamana Nominated
Best Choreography Bonamana Nominated
2011 Best Choreography Mr. Simple Won
Best Male Group Super Junior Won
Song Of The Year Mr. Simple Won
2012 Best Male Group Super Junior Pending
Greatest Fans E.L.F – Super Junior Fan Club Pending
Thailand Asia SEED Awards
2007 Best New Asian Artist Super Junior Won
2010 Best Asian Artist Super Junior Won
2011 Popular Asia Artist of The Year Super Junior Won
Southeast Explosive Music Chart Awards
2007 Most Favorite Overseas Group Super Junior Nominated
China Tencent Stars Magnificent Ceremony
2007 Asia’s Artist of the Year Super Junior Won
Asia Model Award Ceremony
2008 Entertainment: Asia Special Award Super Junior Won
MTV Asia Awards
2008 Favorite Artist of Korea Super Junior Won
Shanghai International Art Festival[39]
2009 Medal of Appreciation Super Junior Won
Philippine Kpop Convention
2009 Album of the Year Sorry Sorry Won
2010[40] Album of the Year Bonamana Won
Song of the Year Bonamana Won
Male Group of the Year Super Junior Won
2011 Best Male Group Super Junior Won
Artist Of The Year Super Junior Won
Album of the Year Mr. Simple Won
2012[41] Album of the Year Sexy, Free & Single Won
Best Male Group Super Junior Won
Philippines ASAP Viewers Choice Awards
2010[42] Best Korean Artist Super Junior Won
Yahoo! Asia Buzz Awards
2010[43] Top Buzz Overseas Group Super Junior Won
2011[44] Taiwan’s Top Searched Group Super Junior Won
Hong Kong’s Top Searched Group Super Junior Won
Korea’s Top Searched Group Super Junior Won
Asia’s Top Searched Group Super Junior Won
2012 Asia’s Top Searched Group Artists Super Junior Won
Hongkong’s Top Searched Artists Super Junior Won
Korea’s Top Searched Group Artists Super Junior Won
Global Chinese Golden Chart Awards
2011[45] Best Japan/Korea Album of The Year Bonamana Won
Taiwan KKBOX Music Awards
2012 Best Korean Singer of the Year Super Junior Won
MYX Music Awards 2012
2012[46] Favorite K-Pop Video Mr. Simple Won
Singapore’s ‘e-Awards’
2012[47] Most Popular ‘U-Weekly’ Cover Super Junior Won
Most Popular Korean Artist Super Junior Won
Taiwan HITO Music Awards
2012 JKpop Song of The Year Mr. Simple Won
Thailand Bang Awards
2012 Favorite Asian Idol Super Junior Won
MTV Europe Music Awards
2012[48] Best Asia Act Super Junior Nominated
Yahoo! Indonesia OMG! Awards 2012
2012[49] Best K-Pop Fans E.L.F – Super Junior Fan Club Won
World Music Awards 2012
2012[50] World’s Best Group Super Junior Pending
European So-Loved Awards
2012 Best Band Male Super Junior Nominated
Soompi Gayo Awards
2006[51] Best Single U Won
2009[52] Album of the Year Sorry Sorry Won
2012[53] Top 10 Artists (#4) Super Junior Won
Netizen Awards (Male Group) Super Junior Won
Tower Record K-pop Lovers Awards
2012[54] Disk Daesang Sexy, Free & Single Won

Music show awards

Inkigayo

SBS‘s ‘Inkigayo‘ has decided to abolish its rank and award system.[55]

Beginning on July 15, ‘Inkigayo’ will be removing its Take 7, where the seven of the most popular artists from that week are featured, and the Mutizen Song award.[55]

With ‘Inkigayo’ following MBC‘s ‘Music Core‘ of becoming an awardless program, KBS‘s ‘Music Bank‘ remains as the only music program from the three major broadcasting stations with the awarding system.[55]

Year Date Song
2006 June 25 U
July 9
July 16
August 20 Dancing Out
2007 October 21 Don’t Don
2009 March 29 Sorry, Sorry
April 5
April 12
June 7 It’s You
2010 May 30 Bonamana
June 6
June 13[56]
July 11[57] “No Other”
2011 August 21 Mr. Simple
August 28
September 4

Music Bank

Year Date Song
2009 March 27 Sorry, Sorry
April 24
May 1
May 8
May 15
May 22 It’s You
2010 May 21[58] Bonamana
May 28[59]
June 4[60]
July 9[57] “No Other”
2011 August 12 Mr. Simple
August 19
August 26
September 2
September 9
2012 July 20 Sexy, Free & Single
July 27

M! Countdown

Year Date Song
2006 July 6 U
July 20
August 31 Dancing Out
2007 November 1 Don’t Don
2009 April 9 Sorry, Sorry
April 23
2011 August 11 Mr. Simple
August 18[61]
August 25
2012 July 12 Sexy, Free & Single
July 19
July 26

Show Champion

Year Date Song
2012 July 10 Sexy, Free & Single
July 17
July 24

Subgroup awards

Super Junior-Happy

Year Award Nominated work Result
MNET Asian Music Awards (MAMA)
2008
Artist of the Year Super Junior-Happy Nominated
Song of the Year Cooking? Cooking! Nominated
Best Dance Cooking? Cooking! Nominated
Auction Netizen Popularity Super Junior-Happy Nominated
Netizen and Mobile Popularity Super Junior-Happy Nominated

Super Junior-M

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[62] 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 Hit Awards
2011 Best Male Group Super Junior-M Won
Singapore’s ‘e-Awards’
2012 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won
Taiwan HITO Music Awards
2012 Most Popular Group Super Junior-M Won
Yahoo! Asia Buzz Awards
2012 Taiwan’s Top Searched Artist Super Junior-M Won

Super Junior-T

Year Award Nominated work Result
Bugs Music Awards
2010 Trot “Knock Knock Knock” Won

Individual awards

Note: The following awards are not counted in infobox of Awards and nominations received by SJ.

Year Award Nominated work Result
Golden Disk Awards
2009 Digital Bonsang “It Has To Be You” (Yesung) Nominated
Popularity Award “It Has To Be You” (Yesung) Nominated
Melon Music Awards
2010 Special Song Award OST “It’s Has to be You” (Yesung) Nominated
2012[63] MBC Music Star Shindong (with Kim Shin Young): Show Champion Won
Mnet 20’s Choice Awards
2007 Best Bad Boy Kangin Won
2007 Best Pretty Boy Heechul Won
2012 20′s Variety Star Kyuhyun Nominated
20′s Variety Star Leeteuk Nominated
20′s Social Artist Siwon Nominated
MBC Entertainment Awards
2008 Best DJ Kangin Won
2011[23] Rookie Award (Show/Entertainment) HeechulRadio Star Won
Special Award (MC Division) KyuhyunGolden Fishery – Radio Star Won
2012[64] Best Newcomer Award KyuhyunGolden Fishery – Radio Star Won
2012[65] Friendship Award KyuhyunGolden Fishery – Radio Star Won
2012[66] Entertainment Program of the Year KyuhyunGolden Fishery – Radio Star Won
2012[67] Popularity Award Leeteuk Won
SBS Entertainment Awards
2009 Best Newcomer LeeteukEunhyukStrong HeartStar King Won
2010 Best Newcomer MC ShindongStrong Heart Won
2011[68] Best Entertainer Award (Talk Show Division)[69] Shindong Won
Excellence Award (Talk Show Division)[70] Leeteuk Won
2012[71] Best Entertainer Award (Talk Show Category) Leeteuk Won
MBC Drama Awards
2009 Best Male Rookie Award Shindong Won
4th Men’s Health Cool Guy Awards
2010 Best Cover Magazine Siwon Won
BGM Cyworld
2010 Hall of Fame “It’s has to be you” (Yesung) Won
Cyworld Digital Music Awards
2010 Song of The Month (April) “It’s has to be you” (Yesung) Won
2011 Original Sound Track of The Year (2010) “It’s has to be you” (Yesung) Won
Bugs Music Awards
2010 Variety Star LeeteukStrong Heart Won
SBS Drama Awards
2010 Best Newcomer Actor SiwonOh! My Lady Won
Golden Ticket Awards
2011 Musical Rising Star Kyuhyun: “The Three Muskeeters Musical” Won
2012[72] Musical Up and Comer Award Eunhyuk: “FAME” Nominated
Musical Up and Comer Award Ryeowook: “Temptation of the Wolves” Nominated
AllKPop Awards
2010[38] Best Social Network Personality 2010 Heechul Won
2011 Best Social Network Personality 2011[15] Siwon Won
Korean Movie Awards
2007 Best Actor KanginAttack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated
Best New Actor KanginAttack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated
Best Action Performance KanginAttack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated
Best Supporting Actor RyeowookAttack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated
Best Comedic Performance RyeowookAttack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated
Best Production Attack on the Pin-Up Boys Nominated

source : wikipedia

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