Super Junior's New Song, "This Song is About Successful Men"

By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 01:29 PM EDT

Super Junior, "This Song Is About Men That Have Succeeded"

Super Junior's new title song, "Sexy, Free&Single" is about "stories of men who have succeeded."

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On July 3, at 11 AM, Super Junior released their 6th album at their press conference and stated, "This song is about the sweat and efforts of successful men. It's sexy, free and single. I think girls will particularly like this song. It's probably because we don't have girlfriends too. We hope that many people listen to our song and that all men will become more successful."

Super Junior leader, Leeteuk commented, "We thought that we would be included in this song, but Shin Dong thought it would be, 'Sexy, Free&Double'," and Shin Dong commented, "I thought this song was about our members too but I think it really depends on who listens to it. Men who have failed at love would be able to listen to it and find hope."

Super Junior will be coming back with their song, "Sexy, Free&Single" on July 4. 

 

 

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