Super Junior-D&E: We’re used to members enlisting now

The duo shared their thoughts on fellow members Sungmin and Shindong’s impending enlistment

Super Junior-D&E: We’re used to members enlisting now

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Super Junior-D&E kick started promotions for their first Korean studio album, The Beat Goes On, today (Mar 5) at the COEX Artium, where they will unveil their brand-new tracks for the first time.

Ahead of their showcase, they spoke to members of the media, where they shared their experiences of fellow members going to the army. In a report by Korean news outlet Herald POP, Eunhyuk shared that the members shed many tears when Kangin and Leeteuk first enlisted, but that they have gotten more used to bidding their temporary goodbyes.

They added that while it was saddening to having to perform without them for the time being, that they believed that Shindong and Sungmin would serve their respective duties well and come back to the group in good health.

The Beat Goes On will be released digitally on March 6 at midnight (KST) and physically on March 9. 

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