Super Junior's comeback slated initially for December has been adjusted by Label SJ and has announced an official new release date for their full-album, 'The Renaissance.'

On January 8, Friday, Super Junior is confirmed to be making a comeback with their latest and full-album, 'The Renaissance,' this year. The adjustment has been made following the postponement of their comeback and album in December 2020.

Their managing agency, Label SJ, has officially announced Super Junior's 2021 comeback details. The management revealed the new release date and comeback for Super Junior, set to be on February 16 at 6:00 p.m. KST.

Despite having announced it first to be released this January, Label SJ explained that to bring fans quality music, they have decided to adjust the month of release to fully complete the title track.

"We had planned for a January release date, but in order to fully complete the title track, we inevitably postponed the release date further. We apologize to the fans who have been waiting eagerly for Super Junior's tenth full album," Label SJ concluded.

Moreover, the staff and the Super Junior members are working diligently to make the album's production process be as what the fans expect it should be when it's released to the public. On December 23, ahead of Super Junior's comeback, the label dropped an adorable animated film, 'Tell Me Baby,' included in the upcoming album 'The Renaissance.'

The members in the cute animated 'Tell Me Baby' MV features the Super Junior members as Santa's apprentices. Check out the whole video below:

Even though some fans are quite disappointed with the frequent changes on Super Junior's comeback and album date release, some are satisfied that the group will bring them good music once 'The Renaissance' is out for streaming.

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