What Does Super Junior Do At Home?
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 06:51 PM EDT
Super Junior members were seen in their most natural elements.
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On July 19 of KBS' "Star Life Theater," Super Junior members were seen resting comfortably within the confines of their home. Leeteuk, Kangin, and Shindong were seen on the sofa looking at the computer together.
When seeing what they were looking at so intently, it was discovered that they were watching one of SISTAR's performances. Shindong even complimented them, "These girls are so nice."
When the production crew asked, "What do you think when you see new singers these days?" Leeteuk replied, "Honestly I don't know who's who. Just like when adults say, 'Nowadays I don't know who everyone is on TV,' when we're not active or on when we don't keep up with the TV, we can't recognize people."
He continued jokingly, "I monitor people, but, truthfully, I focus the most on myself the most." In response to this Shindong said, "He literally does just his own." Kangin added, "But, I think that's still really important," taking Leeteuk's side.
Leeteuk expressed, "When fans see me on a show or some other recording, they send me edited versions, " and, "I have a good time just looking at my parts."
Super Junior was seen suddenly in a much focused state when their new song's music video teaser flashed on TV.
Photo Credit: KBS
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