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TVXQ to return with full-length album on March 28By Hong Dam-young
Published : March 16, 2018 - 17:35
The duo’s upcoming eighth full-length album will mark the duo’s first release since “Rise As God” in July 2015, as well as the first group activity since U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin were discharged from their mandatory military duties in April and August last year, respectively.
One of K-pop’s first-generation boy bands and often referred to as “Asia’s Stars,” TVXQ’s Japanese collection album “FINE COLLECTION~Begin Again~” became the act’s latest album to rank first on the weekly Japanese Oricon music chart. The duo’s last five albums -- “Best Selection 2010,” “Tone” in 2011, “Time” in 2013 and “Tree” and “With” in 2014 -- also topped charts.
TVXQ is scheduled to hold a concert at International Stadium Yokohama, just south of Tokyo, in June.
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