Behind the scenes for Super Junior’s Mr. Simple photoshoot + making of MV+ making-of clip for “Mr. Simple” MV
National idol group, Super Junior, recently revealed the set of their music video and photoshoot for their hot new album, “Mr.Simple” on the entertainment station, ETN.
Originally known for their modern and chic image, the Super Junior members changed up their style with vivid colors and unique accessories for their 5th album. Whether it was sparkling, gold leggings or platinum blonde hair, these super idols pulled off the look while managing to bring out their personality and charm in every pose.
It’s well known that the Super Junior members are known as one of the most modest and mannerly idol groups. This was exemplified when their leader, Leeteuk, started out by introducing the group while bowing their heads with respect to the staff members on the set for their “Mr. Simple” music video shooting.
Leeteuk commented, “Hello everyone, today is the first day shooting for the music video for Super Junior’s 5th album, ‘Mr. Simple‘“. Member Donghae also added, “We’re currently at NamYangjoo“.
The set was covered with handmade acrylic crafted by Italian craftsmen; but rather than drawing attention by accenting the flashy set, the members were dressed in bold colors to give an edge to the members individual charms.
Lastly, Leeteuk made out a letter to all the fans, “To the fans in Korea, and to the fans from all over the world, we won’t let all the wait go to waste and try our best to put on the best performance“, and added, “We won’t disappoint you guys. We are Super Junior!” as he ended the interview.
Super Junior’s comeback has created a huge ripple effect across the K-Pop industry, as they’ve been sweeping distinctions right and left for their new track, “Mr. Simple“.
Sporting an eclectic new look to support the strong message in their song, Super Junior gave fans a better glimpse into their ideas by releasing this behind-the-scenes video from the “Mr. Simple” set. SM Entertainment’s clip contains footage from their photoshoot and MV filming, as well as short snippets of the members’ thoughts on their new concept.