SM Entertainment is currently under fire for seeming to ignore Super Junior‘s Sungmin.
While they have posted several teasers of Sungmin’s solo Orgel in the SMTOWNGLOBAL Twitter account, none of them have made it to Super Junior’s official Twitter, SJofficial .
SUNGMIN will be releasing 'Orgel', his first solo album in 14 years!
Stay tuned for the heart warming song and MV coming out on November 22 at 6PM KST!#SUNGMIN #성민 #오르골 #Orgel #SMTOWN pic.twitter.com/sLWFvZMake
— SMTOWN (@SMTOWNGLOBAL) November 11, 2019
SUNGMIN 성민 The 1st Mini Album ['오르골(Orgel)']
— SMTOWN (@SMTOWNGLOBAL) November 12, 2019
Fans are upset SJofficial can find time to post about Siwon’s UNICEF ambassadorship but not even retweet about Sungmin’s comeback.
— SUPER JUNIOR (@SJofficial) November 12, 2019
Seeing as this is Sungmin’s first solo song in 14 years, they expected more out of the company.
This is not the first time SM Entertainment has forgotten Sungmin, with them leaving out his picture on the “congratulations” post of the members for completing their military service. He is one of the few K-Pop idols whose own fans have started a boycott against.
Sungmin is set to debut as a solo artist on November 22.