Their special lecture entitled 'Super Junior: The Last Man Standing' took place at the Oxford Union Debating Chamber on November 10. They were the speakers at this event, which was co-hosted by Oxford University Korea Society (OUKS), Oxford University Asia-Pacific Society (OUAPS), and Oxford Union. Despite the cold weather, approximately 400 students attended.
At the lecture, the members did a special video screening of highlights from their 'Super Show' performances in parts all over the word, showed the numerical values and figures of Super Junior's various records, revealed the process of creating music, and spoke their thoughts on the hallyu wave that they personally experienced.
The members said, "We never even imagined we would have a lecture at the prestigious Oxford University, but we are happy we got such a great opportunity. We thank the students who listened throughout the lecture and gave a large response. While preparing for our lecture, we felt like we were given time to look back at our past activities so it was significant to us."
You can watch some of the clips from their lecture below, such as their introductions and dance lesson for "Sorry Sorry." Super Junior meanwhile will be having their next performances in Osaka's Kyocera Dome on the 15 and 16!