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Eunhyuk from famous K-Pop boy band Super Junior stays behind to tour Singapore alone

A lot of Singaporean fans of the K-pop star must be kicking themselves for having allowed such a missed opportunity to go by.




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Singapore – (SUJU) was in Singapore over the weekend for the HallyuPopFest 2019 and performed with other Korean groups. They also made sure to indulge in Singaporean specialities such as chilli and black pepper crabs.

After the successful event, one of SUJU’s members decided to stay one more day for a tour.

On May 27 (Monday), the group’s rapper and “dance machine” Super Junior’s Eun Hyuk posted numerous photos in Instagram of his solo tour in Singapore which included a visit to the Singapore River at Clarke Quay and St Andrew’s Cathedral.

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Eun Hyuk went to a rather empty Promenade MRT station on the Downtown Line and snapped a reflection selfie at the platform.

Photo: Instagram screengrab/ @eunhyukee44

He also took a Duck tour down the Singapore River and posted a photo of the itinerary leaflet.

Photo: Instagram screengrab/ @eunhyukee44

“And best thing is that… He took the bus and mrt alone in SG!! nobody saw him walking around today?? Hahahahaaha…He’s like a free man in SG,” commented netizen @_pikapika_.

Here he is on a double-decker bus that appeared to be empty. “Love you la SingaporeELF????,” read the caption.

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Love you la SingaporeELF💙

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Singapore Buses made sure to give appreciation for the awesome shots of public transport taken by the star.

“Did you know…that Korean celebrity Eunhyuk, from Super Junior (a well-known K-Pop group) went for a public transport joyride around Singapore this afternoon, undetected from the public?

Thanks for showcasing our public transport and buses to the world, Eunhyuk!”

Did you know.. that Korean celebrity Eunhyuk, from Super Junior (a well known K-Pop group) went for a public transport…

Posted by Singapore Buses on Monday, May 27, 2019

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