Super Junior has proved their Hallyu superstar status.
The group will be traveling to Brazil to hold their 'Super Show 5' concert on April 21. The tickets for the concert have been completely sold out and there's a lot of precaution in place for their highly anticipated arrival. The Sao Paulo airport will be bringing the biggest scale of safety guards out to make sure no one gets hurt on the day the boys arrive.
Brazil is the first stop for Super Junior on their 4-country tour in South America. According to SM Entertainment, the on-site concert producers collaborated with the airport to provide 10 times the regular amount of safety guards compared to most other pop artists.
Because all 5,000 seats are already sold out, many fans who weren't able to obtain a ticket have been willing to pay high prices for already sold tickets. Additionally, due to overwhelming requests from fans, the concert venue has lifted the ban on glowsticks for the first time since its opening in 1999.
After their concert in Brazil, Super Junior will be heading to Argentina, Chile, and Peru!
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