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Super Junior Dominates #1 for 110 Weeks on Taiwan Charts!

By Staff Writer | July 10, 2012 07:40 AM EDT

Super Junior Dominates #1 for 110 Weeks on Taiwan Charts!
Super Junior is #1 for the 110th week on Taiwan’s KKBOX’s Korean Music Top 100 Chart. (Photo : google)


Super Junior has set a new record in Taiwan with the release of their 6th album's title song, "Sexy, Free & Single."

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After being released, Super Junior's "Sexy, Free & Single" climbed to the top of Taiwan's KKBOX's Korean Music Top 100 Chart and has remained there ever since.

With their new track taking the #1 spot, Super Junior has stayed at the top spot for 110 consecutive weeks with "Bonamana," staying at #1 for 63 consecutive weeks followed by "Mr. Simple," for 46 consecutive weeks and now "Sexy, Free & Single." In doing so, they have set another new record for the group for not letting go of their #1 spot since June of 2010!

Despite not even being officially licensed in Taiwan yet, the group's newest album has topped one of Taiwan's album sales charts from July 2 through 8 with imported sales alone.

Super Junior is truly an Asia star!

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