Super Junior’s comeback single, “Bonamana,” has been released by SM Entertainment, with the complementary “Bonamana” MV now making waves on YouTube. The Super Junior “Bonamana” video features three basic areas: two areas where the boys dance (a large white room with square ceiling tiles, and another room with pulsating walls and higher ceilings), and a seedy walled area with a swinging light above, where the boys sing individually. The dance moves in Super Junior’s “Bonamana” music video, while similar to “Sorry Sorry,” are certainly topnotch quality, and I’ve no doubt that Super Junior’s “Bonamana” video will help bring the song to #1 easily.
According to All-KPop, Super Junior’s new CD, also titled “Bonamana,” has received more than 200,000 pre-orders, an all-time record in Korea. The fourth album of Super Junior, “Bonamana,” is scheduled for release on May 13, containing eleven tracks; two versions are available. The first live performance of “Bonamana” – the Koreans call it a “comeback stage” is on the 14th at KBS Music Bank. That’s going to be ridiculously good!