Super Junior filmography

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This is the filmography of Super Junior, a South Korean boy band. The band consists of thirteen members: leader Leeteuk (LT), Heechul (HC), Han Geng (HG), Yesung (YS), Kangin (KI), Shindong (SD), Sungmin (SM), Eunhyuk (EH), Siwon (SW), Donghae (DH), Ryeowook (RW), Kibum (KB) and Kyuhyun (KH).

Films[edit]

Premiere Title Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
November 23, 2006 A Battle of Wits x
July 26, 2007 Attack on the Pin-Up Boys[1] x x x x x x x x x x x x
December 14, 2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks
(Korean voice-cover)
x x x
November 27, 2008 Hello Schoolgirl x
January 21, 2010 Jumunjin (주문진) x
February 24, 2011 Super Show 3 3D[2] x x x x x x x x x x
September 5, 2011 My Kingdom x
June 21, 2012 I AM.[3] x x x x x x x x x
11 October 2012 SMTOWN Live in Tokyo Special Edition in 3D[4][5] x x x x x x x x x
8 August 2013 Super Show 4 3D[6] x x x x x x x x x

Television dramas[edit]

Year Title Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
2000 All About Eve x
2002 A Man and a Woman x
2004 Precious Family x
April Kiss x
2005 Sisters of the Sea x
Loveholic x
Sharp 2 x x
Rainbow Romance x x x x x x
18 vs 29 x
Marrying a Millionaire x
2006 Bad Family x
Spring Waltz x
Banjun Theater x
Snow Flower x
2007 Billie Jean, Look at Me x
Legend of Hyang Dan x
Golden Bride x
2008 Single Dad in Love x
Super Junior Unbelievable Story x x
Chunja's Happy Events x
2009 Stage of Youth x x x x x
Romance Zero x
Queen of Housewives x
Tae-hee, Hye-kyo, Ji-hyun x
Loving You a Thousand Times[7] x
2010 Oh! My Lady[8] x
I Am Legend x
It's Okay, Daddy's Girl x
President x
Athena: Goddess of War x
2011 Poseidon[9] x
Deep Rooted Tree x
Skip Beat! x x
2012 Ms Panda and Mr Hedgehog[10] x
Turn Around and Say I Love You x
I Love Lee Tae-ri[11] x
The King of Dramas[12] x

Music shows[edit]

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
Summer 2005–December 2005 KM Show! Music Tank x
November 10, 2005–2006 M.net M! Countdown x x x
2006–March 24, 2008 M.net M! Countdown x x x
February 25, 2007–May 4, 2008 SBS The Music Trend x
April 5, 2007–2010 MBC PoPoPo Ai Joah x
July 5, 2007–November 11, 2007 MBC Show! Music Core x
2007–February 15, 2008 KMTV DJ Green Apple Sound x
February 14, 2012–December 25, 2012 MBC Show Champion x
January 8, 2014–Present MBC Show Champion x

Variety shows[edit]

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
2006–November 11, 2007 MBC Sunday's Dong-An Club
(동안클럽)
x
2006–November 11, 2007 MBC Nothing is Impossible
(불가능은 없다)
x
November 11, 2007–February 3, 2008 SBS Good Sunday:
Explorers of the Human Body
x x x x x x x x x x x x x
December 27, 2007–October 9, 2008 M.NET Leeteuk's Love Fighter x
January 7, 2008–April 5, 2008[13] ComedyTV Unbelievable Outing Season 3
(기막힌 외출)
x x x x x x x
January 21, 2008–April 21, 2008 SBS 8 vs. 1
(대결 8대1)
x
July 10, 2008–October 9, 2008 MBCevery1 Idol Show x x x x x x
M.net Dancing Brothers x
M.net Bachelor While On A Date
(총각 연애하다)
x
MBC Introducing Star's Friend
(스타의 친구를 소개합니다 )
x x x
September 5, 2009–December 5, 2009 KBS Human Network Super Junior's Miracle
(슈퍼주니어의 미라클)
x x x x x x
September 16, 2009–July, 2010 MBC Lord of Ring[14] x x x
Immortal Song 2 x x x
July 13, 2012 tvN Saturday Night Live Korea[15] x x x x x x x x x
September 22 and 29, 2012 JTBC Shinhwa Broadcast[16] x x x x x x

Reality show[edit]

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
December 6, 2005–April 24, 2006 KM Super Junior Show
(슈퍼주니어쇼)
x x x x x x x x x x x x
March 30–May 4, 2006 M.net Mystery 6 x x x x x x x x x x x x
April 13–27, 2006 KM Princess Diary
(프린세스 다이어리)
x x x x
May 27–August 26, 2006 SBS Super Junior Full House x x x x x x x x x x x x x
May 29–July 17, 2006 KM Super Adonis Camp
(미소년 합숙 대소동)
x x x x x x x x x
August 16–September 5, 2006 M.net Super Junior Mini-Drama x x x x x x x x x x x
May 5–June 30, 2007 KM Idol World x x x x x x
July 13–September 1, 2007 M.net Super Summer
(슈퍼썸머)
x x x
December 8–15, 2007 ETN Super Junior's Music Diary x x x x x x x
August 6, 2008–September 10, 2008 ETN To Be Kang-In and Heechul
(강인하고 희철하게)
x x
October 23, 2008–January 23, 2009 M.net Band of Brothers x x
November 1, 2008–January 24, 2009 SBS Good Daddy x
December 21, 2008–May 3, 2009 MBC We Got Married x x
June 21, 2009–October 12, 2009 MBC Band of Brothers
(오빠밴드)
x
2009–present SBS Star King x x x x x x x x x x
December 5, 2010– March 29, 2011 MBC Every1 Super Junior's Foresight
(슈퍼주니어의 선견지명)
x x x x x x x
September 2, 2011– December 17, 2011 KBS Joy HD Sistar & LeeTeuk's Hello Baby x x x x x x x
October 8, 2011–September 8, 2012 MBC We Got Married (Season 3)[17][18] x x x x x
October 19, 2011– present MBC Golden Fishery: Radio Star[19] x x
July 16, 2012– July 20, 2012 Super Junior Star Life Theater x x x x x x x x x x

Musical theatre[edit]

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
9 September to 23 November 2008 Xanadu
Doosan Art Center, Yeonji-dong, Seoul[20]
x x
9 October to 4 November 2009 Namhansanseong
Seongnam Arts Center Opera House, Seoul[21][22]
x
9 October to 8 November 2009 Akilla
Hanjeon Art Center, Seoul[21]
x
2010 A Middle Nap x
18 February to 18 April 2010 Hong Gildong
Woori Financial Art Hall, Seoul[23]
x x
1 October to 28 December 2010 Spamalot[24] x
15 December 2010 to mid-January 2011
20 February to 21 April 2013
August 2013
The Three Musketeers
Chungmu Arts Hall, Seoul[25]
Bunkamura Orchard Hall, Tokyo
x
5 July to 14 August 2011
16 September to 8 October 2012
29 May to 30 June 2013
Jack the Ripper
Chungmu Arts Hall, Seoul[26]
Aoyama Theater, Tokyo[27]
Sungnam Art Center, Seoul[28]
x
12 July to 3 October 2011 Temptation of Wolves
Seoul COEX Artium Hyundai Art Hall, Seoul[29]
x
25 November 2011 to 29 January 2012 Fame
Woori Financial Art Hall, Seoul[30]
x
28 March to 10 June 2012
20 December 2012 to 9 February 2013
Catch Me If You Can
Blue Square, Samsung Card Hall, Seoul[31]
x
8 September to 13 September 2012 Goong: musical
Gotanda U-Port Hall in Tokyo, Japan[32]
x
8 January to 20 January 2013
15 February to 2 March 2013 (encore)
The Promise
Haeoreum Theater, Seoul
National Theater of Korea, Seoul (encore)
x
12 to 19 April 2013
31 May to 15 June 2013
16 to 19 January 2014
Summer Snow
Amashin Archaic Hall, Osaka
Akasaka ACT Theater, Tokyo[33]
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Taipei[34]
x
2 July to 1 September 2013 High School Musical
Blue Square Samsung Card Hall, Seoul[35]
x
11 December 2013 to 2 February 2014 The Three Musketeers
Seongnam Arts Center, Seoul[36]
x
18 January to 23 February 2014 Moon Embracing the Sun
Seoul Arts Center, Seoul[37]
x

Radio show hostings[edit]

Date Name Members
LT HC HG YS KI SD SM EH DH SW RW KB KH
November 1, 2005–mid 2006

Renewed March 2010 - June 2011

SBS Power FM YoungStreet Show
(영스트리트)
x
March 2, 2006–June 2, 2007 Wisung DMB Ch.Melon Reckless Radio
(천방지축 라디오)
x
August 21, 2006–present KBS Cool FM Super Junior Kiss the Radio
(슈퍼주니어 키스 더 라디오)
x x x[38] x x x x x x x
September 19, 2006–September 8, 2007[39] Ch.Melon M.I.R.A.C.L.E for You Radio
(미라클포유 라디오)
x
April 30, 2007–April 19, 2009 MBC FM4U Good Friend Radio
(친한친구 라디오)
x
June 4, 2007–July 30, 2008 Wisung DMB Ch.Melon Reckless Radio
(천방지축 라디오)
x
April 8, 2008–present MBC Pyuojun FM Stop the Boring Time Radio
(심심타파 라디오)
x

Music videos[edit]

Further information: Super Junior videography

References[edit]

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