Super Junior has partnered up with ICM Partners.
Earlier today, Variety exclusively reported that “ICM Partners has signed K-Pop titans Super Junior for representation in all territories except Asia, the company has announced.”
ICM Partners is a talent and literary agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C. and London. The company represents clients in the fields of motion pictures, television, music, publishing, live performance, branded entertainment and new media. Some of the biggest names they represent are Beyonce, Khalid, Orlando Bloom, John Cena and Megan Fox.
Variety then introduced Super Junior as a group that “won 13 Mnet Asian Music Awards, 19 Golden Disc Awards and US Teen Choice Awards for International Artist and Best Fandom and released more than 30 albums in Korea and Japan, including nine studio albums.” They also mentioned the group’s concerts, “After the pandemic forced the postponement of all tour plans, the group held an online concert in May celebrating their 15th anniversary as a band. The concert drew an estimated 123,000 fans across the world.”
Meanwhile, Super Junior has been active in various fields, including the K-pop scene, entertainment shows, radio and musicals. They are currently gearing up for their comeback with their 10th studio album, The Renaissance, next month.