Super Junior "Sexy, Free & Single" Hits 5 Million Views on Youtube

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 10:25 AM EDT

Super Junior "Sexy, Free & Single" Hits 5 Million Views on Youtube
After the release of Super Junior's music video, "Sexy, Free & Single," it has been a major hit worldwide. (Photo : d)


After the release of Super Junior's music video, "Sexy, Free & Single," it has been a major hit worldwide.

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The music video released on July 3 and reached a million views in the first few hours. They then had their comeback performance on July 5 on Mnet "M! Countdown." This seemed to spark more popularity as well.

They have now reached the number one spot on many music charts, proving that they are world stars.

Today, July 9 at 10 AM EST (11 PM KST) their music video has reached over 5 million views on Youtube.

Their overwhelming popularity does not seem like it will be dying down anytime soon. They will be performing on various music programs as they continue their new album activities.


Tagged :  Super Junior, Sexy Free Single, Mnet M Countdown

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