Super Junior performed in front of 8,000 Brazilian fans at 'Super Show 5' in Sao Paulo.
It's the first time a Korean artist held a solo concert in Brazil, and the boys had sold out all 8,000 seats. They performed a total of 24 songs, including "Twins (Knock Out)", "Sorry Sorry", "Bonamana", "Mr. Simple", and "Sexy, Free & Single". They showcased their trademark brightness and high performance throughout the entire concert, and even sang Brazilian singer Michel Telo's "Ai Se Eu Te Pego".
Their fans responded so passionately to their rehearsed Portuguese and high quality stages that it has over 140 fans either passed out during the concert or had to be wheeled out of the venue. The on-site medical staff were surprised at this high number, and revealed that it was the first time they had such an experience.
Super Junior said, "We flew 25 hours for our South American tour. We thought it was far, but when we stand on stage, we realize it's actually very close. When we debuted, we couldn't even dream that we'd have a solo concert in Brazil, and we thank you for letting us keep setting new paths."
The boys will be performing in Argentina tonight, in Chile on April 25, and they will wrap up their South American tour in Peru on April 27.
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