On July 15th, Super Junior released their Japanese Special Edition album of “Sorry Sorry” and it debuted at Number 12 on the Oricon Daily Chart.
The special edition album includes a bonus DVD containing the MV of “Sorry Sorry,” “It’s You,” and a special unreleased Dance Version. They also have the Japanese version of “Sorry Sorry” which you can listen to below.
It seems a lot of Korean male artists are releasing music in Japan and concentrating on that market, while the girl groups (besides 2PM) dominate in Korea. Super Junior seems to be really popular in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and China, but not so much in Japan. Maybe this can change things, thanks to Nocturne for the tip.