Super Junior’s Chinese Sub-Unit, Super Junior-M: Profile, Facts, and Controversy

Super Junior-M’s Music Videos Through The Years

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Super Junior M is one of the sub-units that are quite famous and successful from other sub-units. They are also quite active in releasing good songs and music videos. Let’s take a full look at some Super Junior-M’s music videos that can make your heart flutter because of the heartwarming concept of music videos!

On April 18th, 2008, Super Junior M released U’s (Chinese version) ‘s a music video. In a studio that is also a property of glass walls, the Super Junior M members sing the song in Mandarin very well and perform the original choreography of the song very skillfully. There are also some additional scenes where the members make martial arts moves, and f(x)’s Victoria is present as a model in the music video.

On September 13, 2008, the music video for the next single, Me, was finally released with a cheerful concept. Unlike the previous song, Me is an original song from Super Junior M and is also made in 2 languages, Korean and Chinese. Me (Chinese Version) released 2 days earlier than Me (Korean Version), which was released on September 15, 2008. The two music videos were released together and showed the members playing together and singing the song cheerfully.

On September 14, 2009, Super Junior M released their next single, Super Girl. This song was included in their album of the same name, ‘Super Girl.’ Just like the previous single, Super Girl also has 2 versions, Korean and Chinese. The Korean version of Super Girl was released on September 28, 2009. In the music video, you can see the members wearing suits and ties and going to a party. They danced energetically and saw a former member of SNSD’s Jessica present in the music video.

On November 6, 2009, Super Junior M returned to release their newest music video for their single. Unlike the previous genre, Blue Tomorrow’s song has a ballad genre featuring the members who look very sad and really inspire their respective roles in singing the beautiful song with sad lyrics.

On February 21, 2011, Super Junior M released a single titled Perfection divided into 2 versions, Korean and Chinese. For the Korean version, the music video was released on February 28, 2009. After a year on hiatus due to member changes, Sungmin and Eunhyuk finally came to this era’s comeback to replace Hangeng. Appearing energetic and different from the previous one, Perfection provides a fresher concept with a tighter promotion and introduces the latest concept of Super Junior M.

On January 7, 2013, Super Junior M came to their comeback by releasing Break Down as their new single. They come with futuristic themes and energetic choreography.

On March 22, 2014, Super Junior M released a music video called Swing, which consists of 2 versions like the previous single, namely the Korean and Chinese versions. Swing (Korean version) was released on March 30, 2014. In Swing‘s music video, the members are seen in an office, and they become rebel officers by dancing the choreography as if they are rebelling against the usual office regulations.