Super Junior beefed-up their international promotions by signing with ICM Partners, an American management company. A

According to a report by All Kpop, ICM Partners will take charge of all of Super Junior's promotions in all regions outside of Asia. For Asian promotions, they will continue to be handled by Label SJ, a subsidiary agency of SM Entertainment created specifically to manage Super Junior members.

In a report by Variety, Super Junior was tagged as "Kpop Titans" as they continue to promote actively 15 years after debuting with 12 members in 2005. Kyuhyun was added to serve as the group's 13th member one year later.

Also recognized as Super Junior members are Henry and Zhoumi, who were included in the subunit Super Junior-M.

ICM Partners Vice President of Concerts Jon Pleeter expressed pride at representing "the kings of the Korean wave" and pledged to grow their brand even further through global tours, business management, marketing, and partnerships.

After fully completing their mandatory enlistment, the current lineup includes Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Shindong, Eunhyuk, Siwon, Donghae, Ryeowook, and Kyuhyun. Subunits Super Junior KRY and Super Junior D & E continue to enjoy a solid following.

It was recently announced that Super Junior would release an album in December to celebrate their 15th debut anniversary. The members celebrated their debut last November 6 and dropped their pre-release track "My Melody."

It has been announced that their 10th studio album will be entitled The Renaissance to reflect the group's journey in the past decade and a half.

Super Junior members are also keeping fans happy with a ton of content in the form of a BEYOND LIVE fan meeting and the 2020 Super Junior Awards, which will definitely make E.L.F (Everlasting Friends) sentimental. Among the categories included in the awards are SJ Song to Remake, Best B-side aka "Hidden Masterpiece," Best Album Concept, Best MV concept, Best Choreography, Best Surprise Performance, Best Cosplay, Best Catchphrase, Boldest 'YOLO' Moment, Best Moment, Member Who Understands the Hearts of E.L.F. the Best, Member Most Likely to Fall for a Hidden Camera Prank and New SJ Unit.

As Super Junior members prepare for their return, their former member Henry is also striking out on his own after signing with Monster Entertainment this month.

According to the agency, they have big plans for the multi-lingual music genius so that he can become a global multi-entertainer. For his part, Henry admitted that getting a fresh start brought him back to his trainee days.