Super Junior And Kyuhyun’s Malaysia Concerts: Dates, Tickets, Venue And More

Over the last few months, Kuala Lumpur has seen an increased number of musicians taking centre stage. From Mark Tuan to Ed Sheeran, the 2024 calendar, too, looks packed with stunning shows. A recent addition to the lineup, the K-pop group Super Junior and its member Kyuhyun will enthrall Malaysian crowds in July and March, respectively.

According to reports, Kyuhyun will be arriving months earlier to take the stage as part of his solo 2024 Restart Asia tour. In July, he will later join the K-pop band to perform as a group.

Super Junior and Kyuhyun’s concerts in Malaysia: Dates and other details

Kyuhyun brings the Restart Asia tour to Malaysia

Kyuhyun’s solo Restart Asia tour includes his latest single extended play (EP) Restart, which was released on 9 January 2024. It marks his first solo concert since he debuted with Super Junior in 2006.

The singer and television host will kickstart the Asia tour with a three-day show in Seoul’s Blue Square Mastercard Hall from 8 to 10 March.

He will then travel to Malaysia to perform on April 13th, 2024. While tickets for the Seoul show will go live for his fan club members on 26 January, with the general sale beginning on the 29th, details about the Malaysia venue and tickets are yet to be announced.

Kyuhyun will also take the tour to a host of other major capitals across Asia, including Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Indonesia.

Restart is his first album to be released under comedian Yoo Jae-suk’s label Antenna. Kyuhyun, whose real name is Cho Kyu-hyun, joined the banner after leaving SM Entertainment in August 2023.

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Comprising members Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Siwon, Donghae, Ryeowook and Kyuhyun, Super Junior will start the Asia leg of the 2024 tour in Seoul in June.

The group will then travel to Malaysia in August, although the exact date and venue are yet to be disclosed.

According to Naver, the K-pop band will also perform in Bangkok in the same month and follow it up with dates in Singapore and Taipei, as well as Hong Kong and Jakarta.

In November 2023, during their 18th debut anniversary fan meet, Super Junior said, “We showed you a side of us that is very like ourselves for the first time in a while, and we are the happiest when we are together as Super Junior. We have lots of plans until our 19th and our 20th debut anniversaries.”

Super Junior last performed in Singapore on 3 September 2023 and upcoming concerts seem to be in line with this and will see some stunning performances.

Ticket and venue details are yet to be announced.


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This article first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Kuala Lumpur

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

-What is happening with Kyuhyun of Super Junior?
Super Junior’s member Kyuhyun will be performing solo live in Singapore in March 2024 as part of his Restart Asia tour.

-Is Kyuhyun still with Super Junior?
In 2023, Kyuhyun, as well as Donghae and Eunhyuk, left SM Entertainment, the agency that formed the K-pop band. However, they will remain a part of the group and continue with their collective activities under SM Entertainment.

-How long was Kyuhyun in a coma?
In 2007, Super Junior met with a serious car accident in which their van toppled and flipped. Soompi states that Kyuhyun was found unconscious about 20-30 m away from the spot. He was in a coma for four days and was hospitalised for about three to four months.

-Who is Super Junior’s leader?
According to reports, Leetuk is considered Super Junior’s leader.

-Is Kyuhyun a good vocalist?
Kyuhyun is a great vocalist and K-pop idol who is known for songs like “Slowly Slowly”, “Was It Love” and “Rainbow”.