K-pop duo Super Junior D&E, a sub-unit of boyband Super Junior, have announced new dates for their 2023 ‘DElight Party’ world tour.

Super Junior D&E – comprising Donghae and Hunhyuk – announced 10 new dates for their ongoing 2023 ‘DElight Party’ world tour today (September 4) on Twitter.

The pair’s 2023 world tour kicked-off this June in South Korea, followed by shows in Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and more. The tour will now continue into December, with new Australian and Latin American legs, as well as additional shows in Asia.

In October, Super Junior D&E will play two Australian shows, in the cities of Melbourne and Sydney. The K-pop duo will also perform a concert in the New Zealand city of Auckland.

Meanwhile, November will see the pair head to Singapore and Dubai, as well as three Mexico shows. That includes two in Mexico City, plus one in Monterrey.

In December, the K-pop idols will play two shows in Macau, China. In their official announcement, Super Junior D&E also said that more dates will be revealed in the future.

Ticketing and venue details for the new dates on Super Junior D&E’s 2023 ‘DElight Party’ world tour have yet to be announced. Keep tabs on this page for the latest information.

Super Junior D&E’s 2023 ‘DElight Party’ world tour dates are:

24: Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall (FINISHED)
25: Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall (FINISHED)

29: Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei International Convention Center (FINISHED)

13: Hong Kong, China, AsiaWorld-Expo Hall 10 (FINISHED)
19: Bangkok, Thailand, Thunder Dome (FINISHED)
20: Bangkok, Thailand, Thunder Dome (FINISHED)

26: Jakarta, Indonesia, Tennis Indoor Senayan (FINISHED)

02: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Phu Tho Indoor Sports Stadium (FINISHED)
09: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena
30: Manila, Philippines, Smart Araneta Coliseum

19: Auckland, New Zealand
21: Melbourne, Australia
22: Sydney, Australia

08: Singapore, Singapore
11: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
18: Mexico City, Mexico
19: Mexico City, Mexico
25: Monterrey, Mexico

02: Macau, China
03: Macau, China

Earlier this year, Super Junior released Super Junior: The Last Man Standing, a documentary that chronicled the band’s journey from their early days as Super Junior 05 to their current status as global stars.

In a glowing four-star review of the film, NME‘s Carmen Chin said that the documentary “invites K-pop fans to remember not only the pivotal debut [of the group], but also how they helped lay the groundwork for the industry that is now a behemoth”.

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