Super Junior breaks new record in Taiwan's album charts
After a record breaking concert tour in Indonesia, Super Junior holds another record for their album sales in Taiwan. Earlier today, it was reported that Super Junior set a new record in Taiwan after their album topped local music charts for weeks.
SM Entertainment revealed that Super Junior's fifth studio album "Mr. Simple" along with their fourth record "BONAMANA" spent a combined 100 week stay on Taiwain's music site KKBOX's album charts. "Mr. Simple" ranked first for 37 weeks straight while "BONAMANA" stayed on top for 63 weeks.
When asked about their new record in Taiwan, Super Junior stated, "We are honored and extremely grateful to hear that our albums have held onto the top spot for 100 weeks. It is an unbelievable feat for us and we thank all our fans."
Super Junior is currently busy with their ongoing world tour "Super Show 4", which is set to visit Japan on May 12th and 13th and will wrap up with an encore concert in South Korea on May 27th and 27th.