The release date for Super Junior’s 15th-anniversary album was postponed yet again.
On February 1, Label SJ announced the postponement of Super Junior’s 10th full-album The Renaissance.
They wrote, “We will postpone the release date of Super Junior’s 10th full-length album, which was previously confirmed as February 16, to March 16. We are doing our best to prepare for the new album, but after repeated trial and error for better results, we have come to this difficult decision.”
This is not the first time Super Junior announced the delay in their album. At first, The Renaissance was originally scheduled to be released in November but was postponed to December for “better quality,” but it was pushed back to February 16 again earlier this year. And with yesterday’s announcement, the release date was delayed for about 4 months in total.
Fans who heard the news through the Facebook page “Idol Research Institute” poured out their complaint over the continued postponement: “What the hell is going on?” “I just hope they won’t cancel the album.” “They just gotta be kidding me.” “Never seen a case like this.” “It’s supposed to be a 15th-anniversary album. But I guess it’s gonna be a 20th-anniversary album.”