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Super Junior grabs 2nd win on televised music programs

2010/05/31 | 696 views | Permalink | Source

Korean boy band Super Junior [SM Entertainment]

Korean idols Super Junior rose to the top of a televised music program over the weekend again.

The boys claimed their second consecutive win on KBS' music show "Music Bank" with their latest single "BONAMANA" from their fourth full-length album of the same name which they have been promoting since the album's release on May 13.

They thanked their fans for always supporting them and also their agency SM Entertainment, while member Shindong performed a belly dance to express his happiness.

They were competing against Wonder Girls' "2 Different Tears" while other contenders on the show included Rain, 4minute, CNBLUE and f(x).

Super Junior been enjoying a successful comeback to the local music scene, topping numerous online and offline charts with "BONAMANA" and selling over 700,000 copies of their album in just five days of its release, according to Hanteo's music charts.

Meanwhile, the "2010 Dream Concert" featuring Korea's top singers such as Rain, Lee Hyori, Girls' Generation and SS501 aired instead of SBS' weekend music program "Inkigayo" on Sunday.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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