Super Junior’s Eunhyuk has been open and honest about how he has been coping with the death of his father as well as his hopes and plans for the future for fans who have been worried about his emotional and mental health.
On September 6, just before Super Junior’s scheduled performance of “Super Show 9: Road” in Manila, the Philippines, Eunhyuk’s father unexpectedly passed away. Super Junior postponed their performance as a result of the group’s shock at the news, which also affected the other members of the group in addition to Eunhyuk.
Eunhyuk’s father was well-known to fans thanks to his public appearances on shows like KBS2’s “Mr. House Husband” season 2 and Eunhyuk’s YouTube channel before his passing.
Eunhyuk described his personal process of coming to terms with his most recent loss as follows: “I still haven’t got past it. Even now, when I’m by myself, I still cry. I think there will always be a void in my heart. Even now, I am unable to organize my thoughts. Fortunately, I’m surrounded by excellent people. I simply appreciate having my supporters, staff, and members there.”
Eunhyuk, who made the decision to dedicate himself to his work in order to maintain his composure, will take part as a performer in the “2022 Fuerza Bruta Wayra in Seoul,” which will start on October 28. Following his appearance in 2019, this will be the idol’s second appearance at “Fuerza Bruta Wayra.”
The idol then revealed, “I came to the realization that I want to get married after bidding my father farewell. It makes me jealous to see our longtime fans attending our concerts with their families and children and living their lives alongside us. I believe we should soon establish a “Family Zone” for kids at “Super Shows.” I greatly respect Changmin Hyung, a fellow company artist, for his recent fatherhood. I want to start my own family and show my mother now that my father is no longer here. However, I’m not yet certain which member of Super Junior will wed first.”
In the meantime, Super Junior’s “Super Show 9: Road” world tour continues in November in places like Hong Kong and Taipei.