Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Super Junior performs to 45,000 in Vietnam

And it’s for such a good cause!

The message: Super Junior helps raise awareness about
human trafficking

A week after their Super Show 2 concert in Malaysia, Super Junior descended upon Hanoi, Vietnam for an electrifying performance on March 27.

Starpower: Super Junior made an impact in Vietnam for MTV EXIT

The boys were there to kick off the MTV EXIT Live in Vietnam concert series. Their starpower was undeniable as 45,000 fans flocked to the My-Dinh stadium to see the boys in action. It was reportedly one of the largest crowds to attend a concert in the Southeast Asian nation!

E.L.F.s: SuJu supporters attend the concert

This spells nothing but good news as MTV EXIT’s purpose is to raise awareness about human trafficking, a crime that is impacting millions worldwide.

“This is our first ever performance in Vietnam and we were thrilled to perform for such a huge crowd in Hanoi,” said the members of SuJu. “We are excited to join the MTV EXIT campaign to inspire young people across Asia to join the fight against human trafficking.

Just dance: Doing what they do best; entertain the crowd

Crowd: ELFs just can't wait to get into the stadium

Other performers included Australian pop starlet Kate Miller-Heidke and Vietnamese singing sensation Ha Anh Tuan.

The Hanoi concert was the first of four that MTV EXIT will be holding in Vietnam over the next 3 weeks. Special programs combining concert footage as well as information about human trafficking will be broadcast on MTV channels internationally.

For details on the full concert tour, go to

Super Junior’s Super Show 2 press conference in Malaysia
Review: Super Junior Super Show 2 concert in Malaysia – Part 1
Review: Super Junior Super Show 2 concert in Malaysia – Part 2



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