Super Junior are a K-pop band from Seoul, South Korea, formed in 2005 by the entertainment conglomerate SM Entertainment. The lineup, which has changed several times, features Park Jeong-su (who goes by the name Leeteuk), Kim Hee-chul (Heechul), Kim Jong-woon (Yesung), Kim Young-woon (Kangin), Shin Dong-hee (Shindong), Lee Sung-min (Sungmin), Lee Hyuk-jae (Eunhyuk), Choi Si-won (Siwon), Lee Dong-hae (Donghae), Kim Ryeo-wook (Ryeowook) and Cho Kyu-hyun (Kyuhyun). Previous members include Han Geng and Kim Ki-bum who both left in 2009. Known for a mix of K-pop, dance, electronic, R&B and synth pop, they released their first single, 'Twins (Knock Out)', in 2005 followed by their debut album 'Twins'. More albums followed and they toured across Asia in 2008. Their 2011 release 'Mr. Simple' went to number three on Billboard's World Albums chart and the title track reached number seven on Billboard's Korea K-Pop Hot 100 and number 12 on the Japan Hot 100 while 'A-Cha' reached number 19 on the Korea K-Pop Hot 100. 'Bonamana' (2011) from an album of the same name peaked at number eight on the Japan Hot 100. 'Sexy, Free & Single' (2012) peaked at number three on the World Albums chart and the title track went to number three on the Japan Hot 100 and number 15 on the Korea K-Pop Hot 100. 'Mamacita' (2014) topped the World Albums chart and the title track reached number 20 on the Japan Hot 100 in 2015. An EP titled 'The Beat Goes On' (2015) reached number four on the World Albums chart and the single 'Devil' peaked at number five on the Japan Hot 100. 'Play' (2017) went to number three on the World Albums chart and the EP 'Replay' hit number two. They performed in the closing ceremony of the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and released an EP titled 'One More Time'. Their 2019 schedule was to include appearances at venues in South Korea and Singapore.