Kyuhyun of K-pop powerhouse Super Junior has reached a significant milestone in his career by unveiling a fresh fan club name and logo following his recent affiliation with his new agency, Antenna

On Wednesday, November 15, the artist revealed that his newly christened fan club will be named “KYUpiter.” Furthermore, the name drew inspiration from the majestic Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. 

According to the explanation, the choice symbolizes Kyuhyun’s “radiant presence as a multi-talented artist, whether as a ballad singer, K-pop group member, musical actor, or entertainer.” 

Moreover, the name also serves as a reminder of the special bond between the artist and the fans. As the agency urged fans to continue safeguarding Kyuhyun, much like how “Jupiter safeguards the Solar System from asteroids.” 

Alongside the fan club revelation is a distinctive artist logo that features a vintage, stamped texture. Notably, the design aims to reflect the depth of Kyuhyun’s musical prowess. “Please remember this special bond between the artist and fans whenever you say ‘Kyupiter,’” the staff added. 

An eventful 2023 for Kyuhyun 

These developments  came after the artist moved to another agency. 

In August, Kyuhyun inked a deal with his new agency, Antenna, marking a significant change in his career. At the time, the agency expressed its commitment to actively support the artist’s  diverse range of activities. Additionally, Antenna also urged fans to extend their love and support to the artist as he embarks on this fresh start.

Founded by singer-songwriter Yoo Hee Yeol, Antenna serves as the home for a diverse array of artists. Among their roster of artists include Lee Hyori, Yoo Jae Suk, Lee Sang Soon, Kwon Jin Ah, Mijoo, and more

Prior to moving to Antenna, Kyuhyun, who made his debut as a member of Super Junior in 2006, departed from SM Entertainment in July, concluding a 17-year association with the company. Notably, fellow Super Junior members Donghae and Eunhyuk also parted ways with SM Entertainment. Despite these changes, Donghae, Eunhyuk, and Kyuhyun have affirmed their commitment to continuing promoting as members of Super Junior.

As a solo artist, Kyuhyun, released his solo debut mini-album At Gwanghwamun in 2016. 

Beyond his music endeavors, he has showcased his talents in various musicals and as a host on variety programs.

Featured image: Antenna shares company profile photos of Kyuhyun. Credit: Twitter/ANTENNA