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Super Junior's Leeteuk shows support for BoA comeback

2010/08/05 | Permalink | Source

Super Junior Leeteuk (left) and Korean songstress BoA (right) [SM Entertainment]

Super Junior member Leeteuk has written a comment on his official Twitter site which cheers on Korean songstress BoA who has made her comeback to the local music scene for the first time in five years.

Leeteuk posted a comment on his Twitter webpage (http://twitter.com/special1004) yesterday saying, "International star BoA, whose stardom reaches beyond Asia, has returned!!! Please show her all your love and support!!!"

Both, BoA and Leeteuk have been discovered, trained and managed by major Korean talent agency SM Entertainment.

BoA's sixth full-length album "Hurricane Venus", which marks the tenth year of her singing career, went on sale both online and offline earlier today. She will give her comeback performances starting tomorrow on KBS' music show "Music Bank".

Leeteuk, whose real name is Park Jung-su, is the leader of the 13-man band Super Junior, who made their debut with the first studio album "SuperJunior05 (TWINS)". He has also played several small screen roles as well as hosting variety and radio programs.

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