Admit it or not: Most of us, international fans [who the company never would have believed to exist], will not discover Super Junior if not for their videos uploaded on Youtube. And in my honest opinion, this site played a greater role in providing exposure to the boys.
Come to think of it... Just because the company uploaded the videos on Youtube means they really intended to promote the artist internationally. Anyway, it has been admitted that another group was designated for that. It has also been admitted that the boys were formed out of sheer pity.
Look, the interview sounded so appalling to me. For me, it was like: the company was sorry for them since the boys shed tears, blood, and sweat; that's why they let them debut. And since they 'helped' them, they are now the biggest KPOP group in Europe, Thailand and South America.
ㅅㅂ. It just doesn't sound right.
THANK YOU, YOUTUBE, FOR BEING THE GREATEST FACTOR WHY SUPER JUNIOR IS NOW CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE BEST GROUPS IN THE WORLD.
It's about time that we give due credits to this one site which truly paved way to Super Junior's recognition.
What are we going to do without it?