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8.27.2012

Super Junior’s Leeteuk grateful, emotional during MoA concert.


As Super Junior wrapped up their concert in Guangzhou, China last August 26, their leader, Leeteuk, broke down in tears as he thanked the crowd.
Haven’t come to Guangzhou in a long time, you are the ones who gave us all the love and support in the world,” said Leeteuk as he addressed the fans in attendance. “Can you wait for me for 2 years?” he asked. Sensing the emotions in his voice, the crowd began cheering, “Uljima, uljima“, a Korean phrase meaning “Don’t cry“. Even fellow member Donghae was asking Leeteuk not to cry.
We’ve already been together for 8 years…I will return with an even more handsome image!” After saying this, Leeteuk kneeled, bowed to the crowd, and cried.
Leeteuk wipes his tears on a duck plush toy. 'Duck' is one of Leeteuk's nicknames.
Later that evening, Leeteuk sent a message to his Chinese fans via his Twitter account. His tweet read, “China ELF who have given us so much, thank you and I love you! The happiness and love that we shared today, in two years’ time I will return it even more! Xie xie!
Xie xie means 'thank you' in Chinese.
The Guangzhou leg of the MoA Concert is Leeteuk’s last overseas stage prior to his military enlistment.


This article originally appears on Korea.com.

10 replies:

Sleepless Gal said...

Leeteuk of Super Junior is emotional there simply because he is true to his feelings :)I love that guy! ♥

Tetcha said...

He must have been really touched by the warm reception his group received in China. Those words came straight from his heart.

Carizza Chua said...

didnt expect that i can get kpop updates from you pala hehe. leeteuk! i remeber a friend who's a big fan hahaha

mail4rosey said...

It's nice when stars are emotional and 'real' with their fans!

The Detox Diva said...

You make me a little homesick for Korea! I miss the music. Such fantastic singers, deep lyrics. I lived there for 5 years and can remember so many. I have to find out what this guy is all about!

Coretta said...

Nice to see artists that genuinely appreciate their fans.

YANI said...

This is so heartwarming to know especially to the fans :)

Family Travels on a Budget said...

Oooooohhhhh, I want to cry. My daughter is from the Guangzhou area and we spent more than two weeks there. The people, beyond music fans, are so kind and generous. I'm not surprised he loves to perform there.

prototype mama said...

its great to see someone who actually still cares about his fans!

Faith said...

To be honest, I am not a fan so I don't really know who he is.. But looking at the picture and what he said makes me think how down to earth he is and his group..Very nice!