Members of top K-pop group Super Junior will give a special lecture at Korea’s National Assembly.
The Secretariat of the National Assembly said on Monday that Super Junior’s Shindong, Eunhyuk and Sungmin will speak on the topic of ‘K-POP Influences the World’ at an educational course on arts and culture provided for National Assembly members.
The three will focus on how, from past to present, K-pop has advanced into the global market and future strategies the industry must take on, the Secretariat explained.
Of their upcoming experience, Super Junior was quoted as saying, “We’ll speak about what we felt and experienced first-hand as Koreans in the pop culture industry.”
Super Junior, discovered and trained by top Korean entertainment firm SM Entertainment, debuted in 2005 and is undisputedly one of the most popular K-pop acts in the world.
Reporter. Jessica Kim
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