South Korean boy band SuperM performed during Tuesday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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The K-pop supergroup, consisting of Taemin from SHINee, Baekhyun and Kai from EXO, Taeyong and Mark from NCT 127 and Ten and Lucas from WayV, appeared on the late-night show for the first time.

SuperM first performed "Jopping," the lead single from its self-titled debut EP, released in October.

SuperM also performed "Dangerous Woman," a new and unreleased song.

SuperM shared a photo on Twitter earlier Tuesday from the Jimmy Kimmel Live! set.

SuperM debuted as a group in October. The group discussed "Jopping" and its music in an interview with the Los Angeles Times last week, saying its sound challenges both K-pop and Western styles.

"I personally think that this group itself is not really westernized or altered at all for any type of market," Baekhyun said.

"To be honest, when I first heard the song 'Jopping,' I thought it sounded a little bit too different. But now when I see the U.S. or the international fans' reaction, it really made an impression on them."

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SuperM is in the midst of its We Are the Future world tour, which began in the U.S. in November. The group will next perform Feb. 26 in Paris, France.