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Super Junior Leeteuk Apologizes, "I Should have Performed my Best..I am Truly Sorry."

By Staff Writer | September 24, 2012 10:57 AM EDT

Super Junior Leeteuk Apologizes, "I Should have Performed my Best..I am Truly Sorry."  Super Junior Leeteuk Apologizes, "I Should have Performed my Best..I am Truly Sorry."
Super Junior Leeteuk Apologizes, "I Should have Performed my Best..I am Truly Sorry." (Photo : d)

Super Junior Leeteuk apologized for not being able to perform until the end.

On September 23, Leeteuk wrote on his twitter, "I truly apologize for not being able to perform until the end at the Jakarta concert. My body condition was not good so I had to come off stage early. I should have performed my best and I am very sad about that. I promise to show a better performance next time."

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Leeteuk's body condition was not good during the 'SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in JAKARTA' and had to come off stage early.

Internet users commented, "He is so sweet to apologize" and "I hope he gets better soon."

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