Super Junior Yesung, "99% Of The Time Idol Members Don't Get Along"
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 11:02 AM EDT
On July 3 at Super Junior's comeback press conference, they were asked if they had ever had any fights these past 7 years. Yesung replied, "It is because we fought and had rough times that we are strong today. There were many events such as our car crash incident, and even during those times we didn't blame one another but rather embraced each other." He continued, "If you look at groups, 99% of the time they don't get along with each other. There are probably not that many groups that actually get along with each other. I feel that our group is very close because we let out our feelings and don't hold it in. If we don't like something, we talk it out until everything is figured out."
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Member Siwon commented, "If a group does many individual activities, it's easier for the group to break apart. Our group knows that if we stick together we become stronger. If we have individual activities, we are still strong because we know this truth."
Member Eunhyuk commented, "I think our trick is that we are not afraid to fight sometimes. Sometimes, fighting can help mend misunderstandings. We like to fix our problems right then and there. This is why our teamwork is so strong compared to others."
Super Junior will be performing their new song, "Sexy, Free&Single" on July 5 on Mnet "M! Countodwn."
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