Super Junior Donghae Shows Affection For Leeteuk, "There Are No Words Enough To Describe Him"

By Staff Writer | July 20, 2012 02:10 AM EDT

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On the July 19 broadcast of KBS "Star Life Theater," clips of Super Junior's most memorable moments were shown.

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In this episode Donghae shared his thoughts on leader Leeteuk, "Simply put, he's our older brother. Yesung, Shindong, and Kangin are all older and I love them but Leeteuk is the oldest out of all of us. I want to continue to trust in his lead to the end" and "I can't describe him in words." 

Leeteuk also returned Donghae's words of affection. He stated, "Donghae and I were preparing to debut in a five-member group. In the midst of that, TVXQ happened to debut first, and to make a long story short, our group fell apart."

Leeteuk continued, "When that happened, Donghae's father squeezed my hand and told me to take care of Donghae."

Furthermore, he shared "To this day I remember what he said as if it was yesterday. So Donghae really feels like a younger brother to me."

Photo Credit: KBS

 

 

Tagged :  Super Junior, Donghae, Leeteuk

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