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Eunhyuk’s last day as Eun-dj before the Taiwan long stay for Suju-M.
Sukira has been a huge part of my fandom life before I was even an ELF. When I first came across Sukira, I was watching it for SNSD. I remember finding the atmosphere of Sukira to be upbeat and generally comfortable for its guests. I thought the hosts were funny, and genuinely interested in their guests. I was attracted and interested enough to seek out Sukira appearances by other groups whom I like.
When I finally started to be a Super Junior fan (and started stanning Eunhyuk to the ends of the Earth), I tuned in to bora every chance I got. I loved all the various antics of EunteukDJ. Everything from their karaoke fun time, thigh-clapping pigeons imitations, Leeteuk falling of his chair a gazillion times to their girl imitations (what were their names again? eunsook or something?). It’s clear that Eunhyuk and Leeteuk loved Sukira despite its demanding schedule.
I’m going to miss the easy-going and comfortable aura of Sukira.
I’m going to miss Eunhyuk and Leeteuk bouncing off each other with such ease and hilarity.
I’m going to miss the nostalgic anecdotes of their trainee days, especially when they bring up how Eunhyuk and Junsu had always sponged off Leeteuk.
I’m going to miss Eunhyuk and Leeteuk making fun of Donghae aka ‘the celebrity with the most free time between 10-12pm’.
Most of all, I’m going to miss being able to see Eunhyuk and Leeteuk almost everyday and being reassured of their well-being.
At the risk of being terribly clichéd (not that this entire post isn’t already), whilst this is the end of an era, it is truly not the end. Sungmin and Ryeowook will take over the reins now and continue the legacy of Super Junior’s Kiss the Radio. They will do a fantastic job like they’ve done for the past week or so. Sukira will continue on.
Also, as Eunhyuk and Leeteuk said, ‘We have to put down our radio DJ mic right now, but we’ll come back some day.’