Super Junior To be Featured on "Star Life Theater"
By Staff Writer | July 15, 2012 04:16 PM EDT
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Following their debut in 2005 as a group consisting of 12 members, Super Junior has become one of the most well-known K-Pop idol groups, often referred to as the "Hallyu President." After seven years since their debut, Super Junior held an exclusive concert in France earlier this year in April.
KBS "Star Life Theater" will feature the background story of the "Hallyu President," Super Junior and reveal their struggles as well as their efforts that led to their incredible success.
Eunhyuk for example, will reveal his life before becoming a member of Super Junior when his family was experiencing financial struggles. Eunhyuk will speak about his childhood when he had to use the public bathroom at the nearby train station because he didn't have a personal bathroom at home.
"Star Life Theater" will feature Super Junior members and their parents getting together at the house Eunhyuk bought for his parents to have a housewarming event.
The program will also reveal the house Eunhyuk bought for his parents as well as the place where Super Junior members live together. In addition, Donghae and Leeteuk working out at the gym and members going over their choreography for their music video will also be featured during KBS "Star Life Theater."
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