17 Jul 2009 – 10 Apr 2010
| 17 July 2009 (2009-07-17)|
10 April 2010 (2010-04-10)
3 in South Korea
1 in Hong Kong
5 in China
2 in Thailand
2 in Taiwan
1 in Malaysia
1 in Philippines
15 in total
Super Show 2 is the second Asia-wide live concert tour by the South Korean boy band Super Junior, to support their third studio album, Sorry, Sorry. The tour commenced with three shows in Seoul, South Korea in July 2009 and continued with one show in Hong Kong, five in China, two in Thailand, two in Taiwan, one in Malaysia and one in Philippines. A total of 15 shows in nine cites and six countries throughout Asia.
Live album Super Show 2 Tour Concert Album, recorded at the concerts held in Seoul from 17 to 19 July 2009, with 35 tracks and five studio version bonus tracks: remixed version of "Sorry, sorry", R&B ballad "Sorry Sorry-Answer", re-arranged versions of "It's You" and "Shining Star" as well as classic pop track "Puff The Magic Dragon" was released on 10 December 2009.
Super Show 2 Wikipedia
On 3 June 2009, shortly after Super Junior began their promotions on "It's You", from the repackaged edition of their third album Sorry, Sorry, SM Entertainment announced the group's second Asia tour. Thus the promotions for "It's You" ended on 21 June in preparations for the start of the tour in July 2009.
Tickets for the July 17 concert in Seoul went on sale on 16 June at 20:00 and were sold out in 10 minutes. The second and third ticket batch went on sale on 17 and 18 June respectively and were also sold out in under 10 minutes.
The Hong Kong concert was the last Super Junior activity that member Kangin took part in before his activities were suspended following his involvement in a bar fight in the early hours of 16 September in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul.
The Shanghai concerts of the tour was the official opening performance of the 11th Shanghai International Art Festival, hosted by China's Ministry of Culture. For which they received a medal of appreciation from the city of Shanghai and the concert was attended by 12,000 people.
The two Bangkok concerts was played to an audience of 32,000 and that 5,000 people queued overnight the day before the tickets went on sale."Vocals/dancers: Super Junior
Choreographers: Super Junior, Nick Bass, Trent Dickens, Hwang Sanghoon, Sim Jaewon
Tour organizer: SM Entertainment
Overseas organizers: B4H Entertainment (Hong Kong), Pulp Live Productions (Philippines)
Tour promoter: Dream Maker Entercom, Creazone
Overseas promoter(s): Midas Promotions (Hong Kong), True Music (Thailand), Red Star (Malaysia)
Tour sponsor: Gmarket