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Super Junior, "Europe Fans Threw Their Undergarments During the Performance"

By Staff Writer | September 06, 2012 11:53 AM EDT

Super Junior, "Europe Fans Threw Their Undergarments During the Performance"
Super Junior, "Europe Fans Threw Their Undergarments During the Performance" (Photo : d)

Idol group Super Junior revealed some episodes that happened during their Europe concert.

Yesterday on MBC "Radio Star," Super Junior members Siwon, Leeteuk, Shindong and Eunhyuk appeared as guests.

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They commented, "Korean fans are a bit more shy then Europe fans."

Eunhyuk commented, "Europe fans are really spontaneous and crazy. Many like to come down from their seats to the stage. One fan grabbed my face and was about to kiss me."

Leeteuk also commented, "They are just more natural to skinship. We are usually supposed to be careful about getting kissed by fans, but instead we like to talk about where the fans are from and who were the prettiest."

Shindong added, "I was so shocked when one fan through her undergarments at me. I heard that it is natural in foreign countries."

Tagged :  Super Junior, MBC, Radio Star

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