TVXQ(stylized asTVXQ!), an initialism forTong Vfang Xien Qi( Chinese :東方神起), is a South Korean pop duo consisting of U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin . They are known asTohoshinki(東方神起,Tōhōshinki)in Japanese releases, and are sometimes referred to asDBSK, an abbreviation of their Korean nameDong Bang Shin Ki( Hangul : 동방신기). Their name roughly translates to "Rising Gods of the East".Formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2003, TVXQ began as a five-member boy band composed of members U-Know Yunho, Max Changmin, Hero Jaejoong , Micky Yoochun , and Xiah Junsu . They were immediately launched to mainstream recognition following the release of their first physical single " Hug " (2004), which peaked at number four on the MIAK monthly music chart. Their first studio albumsTri-Angle(2004) andRising Sun(2005) were both top sellers, pushing the band's popularity beyond Korea. Under Avex , TVXQ entered the Japanese market with their first Japanese albumHeart, Mind and Soul(2006), but it was met with limited success.TVXQ rose to international prominence in the late 2000s, after the group achieved critical acclaim in the Korean music industry for their best-selling albums"O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.(2006) andMirotic(2008), both winning the Golden Disk Award for Album of the Year . The latter album also contains the pop hit " Mirotic ", touted by international music critics as a staple song of K-pop . With four chart-topping singles, TVXQ gained widespread media attention in Japan following the release of their fourth Japanese albumThe Secret Code(2009). However, despite their commercial success, the group plunged into legal turmoil and internal conflict when members Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu attempted to split from their Korean agency S.M. Entertainment. Prior to the trio's departure in 2010, TVXQ released their last Japanese album as a quintet,Best Selection 2010, which became the group's first album to top the Oricon Albums Chart . The album spawned two platinum-selling singles, including the long-running hit " Share the World ".After a year-long hiatus, TVXQ returned as a duo with remaining members Yunho and Changmin. They released TVXQ's fifth Korean albumKeep Your Head Down(2011), topping album charts in most major Asian markets upon release. Their first two Japanese albums as a duo,Tone(2011) andTime(2013), solidified their success in Japan as it forged TVXQ's reputation as one of the top-touring artists in the country. Their eighth Japanese albumWith(2014) made TVXQ the first and only foreign music act in Japan to have four number-one albums in a row.Selling over 14 million physical records in the first 10 years of their career,TVXQ have become one of Asia's most successful music acts of their generation. They are often referred to as "Asia's Stars" and the "Kings of K-pop"for their immense success and contributions to the Hallyu .According to the Oricon , TVXQ have the most number-one singles for a foreign artist,and is Japan's best-selling foreign music act in CD singles of all time.Their Time Tour , one of the highest-grossing concert tours of 2013, is the highest-attended concert tour held by a foreign music act in Japan.With the tour, the duo became the first non-Japanese Asian artists to headline a nationwide five-Dome tour, and were the first foreign artists to perform in the Nissan Stadium .Billboardhas described the group as "K-pop royalty".

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 TVXQ!'s History

2003: Formation

With the disbandment of H.O.T. in 2001 and Shinhwa 's departure in 2003, producer Lee Soo-man of S.M. Entertainment had to search for another boy band to compete against other popular idol groups in the growing K-pop market. In early 2003, Lee eventually selected five teenage boys from four different S.M. training teams to debut in a vocal dance unit. Xiah Junsu, the first to join the new group, became an S.M. trainee at age eleven and was originally trained to be a solo singer. He was put into an R&B trio with trainees Sungmin and Eunhyuk (both now of Super Junior fame), and the trio made their first appearance on the reality showSurvival Audition – Heejun vs. Kangta, Battle of the Century, a 2002 series that starred former H.O.T. members Kangta and Moon Hee-jun as mentors for prospective singers.

U-Know Yunho, who signed with S.M. Entertainment in 2000, was a member of several failed project groups throughout his years as a trainee. In 2001, he was featured as a rapper in Dana 's debut single "Diamond" and briefly toured with her. That same year, Hero Jaejoong auditioned for S.M. Entertainment and was subsequently accepted into the agency after going through various auditions. Following trainees Heechul and Kangin , Yunho and Jaejoong joined the project group Four Seasons in 2002, but the quartet disbanded when Yunho and Jaejoong were selected to join Lee's new group in 2003. Heechul and Kangin went on to debut as members of Super Junior two years later.

Max Changmin, the youngest at age fifteen, was the fourth to join the new band. Micky Yoochun, who started his training only a few months before the group's official debut in December 2003, was the last member to make the cut. The boys received phone calls from Lee and were told to attend a photo shoot session, which turned out to be a briefing for their upcoming debut. To build group chemistry, the members moved into a small dormitory room arranged by their management. After a few weeks of training and rehearsals, they recorded their first song "Thanks To" and performed it at the S.M. New Face Showcase. Yunho was appointed as the group's leader.

They decided on Dong Bang Bul Pae, and even obtained permission to use the name from Film Workshop , but the name was later rejected by their management because the Hanja was not aesthetically pleasing. Their name was subsequently finalized to Dong Bang Shin Ki ( Hangul : 동방신기; Hanja : 東方神起), which was suggested by Lee's acquaintance.

2004–05: Debut and early years

On February 6, 2004 TVXQ made their official television debut at the Mnet and KM cable music programMusic Tank, where they performed "Hug" and "O Holy Night". The following day, they performed on SBS 'sInkigayo.

In July 2004, TVXQ participated in their first SM Town project and collaborated with other label mates to release the SM Town album,2004 Summer Vacation in In October 2004, TVXQ released their first full-length studio albumTri-Angle. It was TVXQ's first record to debut at number one, selling a total of 242,580 copies in the first month. According to the MIAK, "The Way U Are" andTri-Anglebecame two of the top ten best-selling albums of 2004.

During the promotions ofTri-Angle, S.M. Entertainment had plans to promote TVXQ in mainland China and Taiwan under the support of its overseas partner, Avex Group . TVXQ members recorded Mandarin versions of their popular singles and released them exclusively on the Taiwan presses ofTri-Angle.

Rising Sun, TVXQ released their second Japanese single "Somebody to Love" in July 2005, which peaked at number fourteen. TVXQ's debut in Japan was not as successful as their management had hoped, and the group said their first few months in Japan were "difficult."In August 2005, TVXQ performed for Avex's annual A-Nation summer concert tour, their first musical festival in Japan.

Rising Sungarnered several popularity awards for the group at the end of the year, including KM Music Video Festival 's Best Popular Music Video award, the ceremony'sdaesang("grand prize").

2006–07: Japanese albums and"O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.

TVXQ in Paris, 2007

The tour's second and last overseas stop was in Bangkok , Thailand on July 15, 2006. A CD recording of their concert in Korea was released on July 14; the DVD was released six months later in January 2007, and had initial sales of 38,000 units.

To supportHeart, Mind and Souland its subsequent releases, TVXQ held their first Japanese tour, the 1st Live Tour 2006: Heart, Mind and Soul, from May to June 2006.The tour consisted of eleven shows that attracted an audience of 14,800. After the tour, TVXQ released two more Japanese singles, "Begin" and "Sky". The latter debuted at number six on the Oricon, making it the group's first single to reach the top ten in Japan.

won Album of the Year, the ceremony's grand prize.TVXQ also took home the biggest awards at the SBS Gayo Daejeon .The album's international success won the group their first award in Japan, the Bess Buzz Asia in Korea award at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan .

and toured Seoul, Taipei , Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Beijing . The tour attracted an audience of 390,000.

in March 2007, debuting at number ten on the Oricon with nearly 27,000 copies sold on its first week. Drawing in an audience of 46,600, the group toured Japan from May to June 2007. The five singles TVXQ released upon completion of the tour, including " Lovin' You ", " Summer ", " Shine / Ride On ", " Forever Love " and " Together ", peaked in the Oricon top five, their most successful being "Summer", which peaked at number two. TVXQ were also featured in Kumi Koda 's thirty-eighth single " Last Angel ", which was used as the theme song for the Japanese release ofResident Evil: Extinction.Released in November 2007, the single peaked at number three on the Oricon and won Best Collaboration Video at Japan's MTV Video Music Awards .

2008–09: Japanese breakthrough and international success withMirotic

T, TVXQ delayed their Korean comeback to put more focus on their new Japanese releases, and from February to March 2008, the group released a series of five singles consecutively for six weeks, promoting the releases as the "Trick" project. Each single contained a solo track by a member, as well as some of their own compositions.With their new records the group toured around Japan from March to May 2008. The T tour concluded with 17 shows and attracted an audience of 150,000 people,more than three times the size of their previous Five in the Black tour. The tour's DVD, released in August 2008, sold 112,000 copies.Talso received a gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) in May 2008.

and at A-Nation 2008, their fourth consecutive concert with Avex.

Music Bank, andM! Countdown, and was touted by international critics as a staple song of K-pop.Mirotichas sold over 600,000 copies, the first Korean album in six years to surpass half a million sales in South Korea.

"Bolero" was used as the theme song for the Japanese filmDance Subaru, and TVXQ also made brief cameo appearances in the film.In February 2009, the group kicked off their third international tour, the 3rd Asia Tour: Mirotic, which went through five cities in Asia.

The concert's DVD, which was released in September 2009, pre-sold 107,000 copies and ultimately sold more than 353,000 copies. A number-one seller, TVXQ were the first foreign artist in twenty years to peak at first place on the Oricon's DVD rankings.

2009–10: S.M. Lawsuit,Best Selection 2010and the split

As a result of the legal battle, the Shenzhen show for the group's Mirotic tour was canceled a week before its scheduled date on November 21, 2009, thus prematurely ending the tour. Despite the injunction, Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu maintained their activities as TVXQ members under Avex's management in Japan, and the group continued to release new Japanese singles together until early 2010. However, the members' last public performance together was on December 31, 2009, at the 60th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen , where they performed their twenty-eighth single, " Stand by U ".

On February 17, 2010, TVXQ released their Japanese greatest hits albumBest Selection 2010, a compilation of their number-one hits including new singles released after 2009'sThe Secret Code, such as " Share the World / We Are! ", "Stand by U", and "Break Out!". The album sold over 400,000 copies in one week, earning RIAJ's double platinum status by the end of February. In March 2010, the group released their last single together, " Toki o Tomete ", which was certified platinum by the RIAJ.

Following the suits, S.M. Entertainment attempted to denounce JYJ and their new agency C-JeS,while Yunho and Changmin remained silent throughout the legal proceedings. In the meantime, Avex released two of TVXQ's greatest hits albums, including theComplete Single A-side Collectionand theSingle B-side Collection, all of which were released on June 30. They were TVXQ's closing releases under their contract with Rhythm Zone.

In September 2010, Avex dropped JYJ, citing conflict with C-JeS. Avex then declared its support for remaining TVXQ members Yunho and Changmin on November 24, announcing that the duo have signed a new record contract with Rhythm Zone's sister label Avex Trax .

2011: Return as a duo,Keep Your Head DownandTone

won the Album of the Year for the first quarter of 2011 at the Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards .The album's title single, " Keep Your Head Down " also stayed strong on the charts, winning seven number-one trophies on music showsThe Music Trend,Music Bank, andM! Countdown.The Japanese version "Keep Your Head Down", which was released as a physical single in Japan on January 26, 2011, was a chart-topper and became TVXQ's second best-selling single in Japan, earning a platinum certification by the RIAJ. In March 2011,Keep Your Head Downwas reissued with a new single, " Before U Go ", and the repackaged albumBefore U Gopeaked at number nine on the Gaon, pushing the album to be the third best-selling record of 2011 in South Korea.

Yunho said, "The song is about a man's mind towards a woman who had left him. We can sometimes find out that a certain song seems to talk about my own story. In this way it totally depends on the interpretation using our own thoughts."

Tone, which earned them their first number-one studio album. It sold over 200,000 copies on its first week and earned RIAJ's platinum certification on its second week. TVXQ was the second overseas artist in Japan to achieve album sales of more than 200,000 in a week; the previous holder was Bon Jovi with their 2000 album,Crush.

TVXQ also contributed in their Korean management's December compilation album2011 Winter SMTown – The Warmest Gift, and released the song "Sleigh Ride".On December 31, TVXQ performed "Keep Your Head Down" at the 62nd NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen . It was their first time performing at the Kohaku since the split, drawing media attention.

2012–13: Groundbreaking success in Japan,Catch Me,Timeand touring

TVXQ performingCatch Meat the K-Pop World Festival 2012

It became Yunho and Changmin's second number-one album and TVXQ's fifth number-one album in South Korea, and maintained its number-one position on the Gaon Albums Chart for three weeks. On November 26, TVXQ releasedHumanoids, the repackage ofCatch Me, which also peaked at number one. Two days after the reissue's release, S.M. Entertainment and JYJ dropped their lawsuits against each other and reached a settlement, ending their three-year legal dispute.As part of the agreement, both parties stated that they would no longer interfere with each other's activities, and it was agreed upon that JYJ's contracts with S.M. Entertainment had ended in July 2009.

TRF Tribute Album Bestfor TRF's 20th anniversary. They sang a cover of "survival dAnce ~no no cry more~" and were the only Koreans to participate on the album.

The tour attracted a record audience of 850,000 people.The tour grossed US$90 million, breaking Tone's record.

2014–2015: Tenth anniversary tours and military service

with a general consensus that the album is the duo's best Korean record to-date.MusicallyTensehas elements of neo soul with throwback-inspired pop,and it is described to be more mature than the duo's earlier efforts. The lead single " Something ", a swing jazz pop number,debuted at number four on the Gaon Singles Chart and reached number seven on theBillboardKorea K-Pop Hot 100 ,TVXQ's highest debut on both charts. In Japan, "Something" was released as a double A-side single with " Hide & Seek " on February 5, 2014. In late February 2014, TVXQ announced their follow-up Korean single " Spellbound ". An expanded version ofTense, re-titledSpellbound, was released on February 27, 2014 and debuted at number two on the Gaon Albums Chart, shipping 61,405 copies in two days.

TVXQ continued to break new records with their seventh Japanese concert tour Tree: Live Tour 2014 , which toured Japan from April to June. The tour drew in over 600,000 people in total, pushing the duo to become the first international artist of Japan to bring in the largest number of concertgoers in the last three years, reaching over 2 million.

The tour's accompanying studio album,With, was released on December 17, 2014.It debuted at number one on the Oricon, selling 233,000 copies. Meanwhile, the duo also embarked on their world tour concert Tistory: Special Live Tour , a commemoration for their tenth year in the K-pop industry.

By the end of 2014, TVXQ became the 5th artist by total sales revenue in Japan in 2014, with ¥ 3.691 billion.

. Both Changmin and Yunho had separate solo title tracks. Changmin's title track was "Rise as One" an EDM song, while Yunho's was "Champagne" a pop-dance song. The album debuted at number one.

Changmin joined the Military Police on November 19, 2015.

2017–present: Return, solo comebacks, andNew Chapter #1: The Chance of Love

On October 25, 2017, the duo released the Japanese compilation albumFine Collection ~Begin Again~, which consisted of the songs released by the duo since 2011.

The duo released their eighth Korean studio albumNew Chapter #1: The Chance of Loveon March 28, 2018.

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 TVXQ!'s Artistry

In the albums after the split, Yunho and Changmin experimented with more electronic dance music , traditional R&B, and pop songs with strong hip hop cadences. However, the duo's tenth anniversary album,Tense(2014), saw a drastic change in TVXQ's musical direction, in which acoustic genres such as adult contemporary pop music took focus.

Idol Chart Showthat aired on May 4, 2011, TVXQ were ranked number one among music removed (MR) idol singers.

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 TVXQ!'s Filmography

.In 2006, TVXQ starred in their second miniseriesVacation, also releasing a soundtrack.

artists. The duo was featured in another SM Town film, the concert documentarySM Town: The Stage, in August 2015. In April 2016, during the duo's hiatus, they released their own Japaneseconcert film,Till, in Japan.In May 2018, the duo made cameo appearances on the television special dramaTensai Bakabon, playing as two hotel porters who appear again ten years later as members of a popular band.

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 TVXQ!'s Controversy

Lyrics of "Mirotic"

In March 2009, the Seoul Administrative Court ruled in favor of SM Entertainment.The Commission of Youth Protection announced they would appeal the ruling to a high court after having an emergency meeting and deeming that the phrase, "I got you under my skin", was inappropriate for minors.

Lawsuit against S.M. Entertainment

Early termination penalty of their contract would cost them twice the profit that the group was estimated to earn for S.M. Entertainment in the rest of the contract period.The news of their lawsuit was enough to cause S.M. Entertainment's stock price to drop over 10% on the KOSPI .

TVXQ's Mirotic Asia Tour Concert in Shenzhen, which was scheduled to be held on November 21, 2009, was also canceled.

Though TVXQ's activities in Korea were ceased, the three continued activities as TVXQ members until the end of the year in Japan, where they were managed by Avex. On April 3, 2010, Avex announced the indefinite suspension of TVXQ's Japanese activities. The three, later known as JYJ , signed a new contract with Avex to form a new special unit, which was announced on April 13, 2010. The trio released their debut Japanese EP, September 2010.

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 TVXQ!'s Endorsements


and most recently with Lacoste .In Japan, they have endorsed Seven & i Holdings , 7-Eleven products, the Seibu Silver card, 7-net shopping, and Ezaki Glico ice cream products.

On September 10, 2012, Missha announced that TVXQ had signed an exclusive contract with them to represent the brand worldwide and that their advertisements would soon be featured in some 1,000 stores across Asia.

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TVXQ were also chosen to be the new faces for the Lotte duty-free shop , due to their popularity throughout Asia.

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Best Selection 2010was TVXQ's first album to debut atop the weekly Oricon Albums Chart and the first album by a foreign artist to sell over 400,000 copies in one week, breaking Bon Jovi 's record fourteen years prior.

[verification needed]The duo's 42nd Japanese single " Time Works Wonders ", released in 2014, pushed TVXQ's CD single sales in Japan to 4.09 million copies, making TVXQ the best-selling foreign music act in CD singles of all time.TVXQ have 34 top ten singles and 12 number-one singles, the most by any foreign artist in Japan.TVXQ's 2014 Japanese albumWithalso broke several records in a row:Withwas TVXQ's fourth consecutive number-one album and their fourth consecutive album to surpass 200,000 copies in its first week of release, breaking yet another record that was previously set by Bon Jovi in Japan.

The Time Tour was also the highest-attended tour ever held by a foreign music act.In 2014, the TVXQ duo were credited to be the first foreigners in Japan to bring in the largest number of concertgoers in the last three years, at 2 million people.

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 TVXQ!'s Concerts_and_tours


Music festivals

  • Korean Music Festival (2004, 2008, 2015)
  • A-Nation (2005–09, 2011–14)
  • SM Summer Town Festival (2006)
  • SMTown Summer Concert (2007)
  • SMTown Week: Time Slip (2013)

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 TVXQ!'s Footnotes

  1. ^Prior to the establishment of the Gaon , South Korea's music charts were supplied by the Music Industry of Korea (MIAK), which only published monthly and yearly rankings. Thus, all rankings for Korean records in this article up to 2010 refer to the monthly charts, and all rankings for Japanese records refer to the Oricon 's weekly charts, unless otherwise stated.
  2. ^For a complete list of the commercial tie-ins of TVXQ's songs, see their discography .

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 TVXQ!'s See_also

  • Honorific nicknames in popular music
  • List of J-pop artists
  • List of songs by TVXQ

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 TVXQ!'s Publications

  • The Prince in Prague, Aimhigh Global (December 9, 2006) ISBN   89-958968-1-7
  • Bonjour Paris, S.M. Entertainment (November 24, 2007) Unknown ID 8809049752800
  • TVXQ Off Stage + Singles, The Book Company (December 22, 2008) Unknown ID 2239010700008
  • Tohoshinki: El Sol, Gentosha (October 29, 2011) ISBN   978-4-344-02077-1 , ISBN   4-344-02077-4

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