SuperM, a Korean pop supergroup formed by seven members of different South Korean boy bands, will hold their debut showcase in Hollywood this week, group members said on Wednesday.
"It feels like a dream, especially because it’s with these members," said one of the group, Taemin, of their upcoming visit to Los Angeles at a news conference in Soul Korea.
Taemin rose to fame as the vocalist of the group SHINee. The other six members of SuperM include Baekhyun and Kai from Exo, and Taeyong, Ten, Lucas and Mark from NCT.
SuperM is set to make their debut at the Capitol Records Tower in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 5.
LA! We'll be coming on Oct 5 & we would love to see you all at @CapitolRecords ❤ This will be our first ever performance together as #SuperM! Tix are very limited so head to https://t.co/BbZGNCbPu8 to get yours & for more info ⭐See you there! #WeAreTheFuture #SuperMtheFuture pic.twitter.com/hrnnYnAZnU— SuperM (@superm) September 24, 2019
"When we add up all the experience we’ve had as individuals, it’s a lot of combined experience," said Baekhyun of the group. "If you want to talk about what makes us unique, I think it would be these experiences we’ve gathered as individuals."
Helmed by SM Entertainment and Capitol Music Group, SuperM is the first boy band of its kind to pull members from existing bands to form a mega group. At the group's announcement, SM Entertainment founder Lee Soo-Man said fans can except "best quality music and 'on-another-level' performances" from its members.
Watch SuperM's debut trailer below: