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Super Junior-M, often referred to as SJ-M, is a Chinese-South Korean boy band formed in 2008 by South Korea's SM Entertainment. The band is the first international music group in the Chinese music industry to have members of both Chinese and Korean descent.

Super Junior-M is the third and most successful subgroup branched off from the Korean band Super Junior. The group originally consisted of leader Han Geng, Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun, and two additional members appearing exclusively to the subgroup, Zhou Mi and Henry. In December 2009, Han Geng filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment and left the group, resulting in the group's temporary disbandment. Han Geng was later replaced by Super Junior members Eunhyuk and Sungmin, which coincided with the release of the group's second EP Perfection in February 2011. After Han Geng's leave, the group considers Sungmin as the new "leader", as he is the oldest member of the team. However, SM Entertainment has not released any statements about electing a new group leader.

Members Edit

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 Sungmin 
Eunhyukicon3
 Eunhyuk 
Zhoumiicon
 Zhou Mi 
Donghaeicon2
 Donghae 
Siwonicon2
 Siwon 
Ryeowookicon2
 Ryeowook 
Kyuhyunicon2
 Kyuhyun 

Former Members Edit

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 Hankyung 
Henryicon
 Henry 

Discography Edit

Chinese Discography Edit

Albums Edit

Mini Albums Edit

OSTs Edit

  • 2012: "S.O.L.O." (華麗的獨秀) [Skip Beat! OST]

Featurings Edit

  • 2015: "Forever with You" (每天) [Super Junior - DEVIL]

Japanese Discography Edit

Mini Albums Edit

Filmography Edit

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Gallery Edit

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