K-Pop Duo TVXQ! Announce Long-Awaited New Album
TVXQ! are officially set to release a new album March 28.
The K-pop duo has been on hiatus for nearly three years while members U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin fulfilled their mandatory military service in South Korea. They each released new solo singles last year — "Drop" and "In A Different Life," respectively — but haven't put out a record as a group since 2015's Rise as God.
In celebration of their return to music, TVXQ! will host a "welcome back party" in Seoul on the day of the LP's release.
TVXQ! initially formed in 2003 as a five-member band, helping to fuel the early days of K-pop’s international expansion. And despite a tumultuous split that left them three members down, they've remained influential within the industry: 2012's Catch Me and 2014's Tense both charted within the Top 10 of Billboard's World Albums chart.
They're also set to return to Japan's Nissan Stadium for three consecutive shows in June.
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