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TVXQ's new single to appear in Japanese drama

2010/12/14 | Permalink | Source

TVXQ's new album jacket [SM Entertainment]

TVXQ's new single has been selected as the theme song of new Japanese drama which will go on air starting next month, according to the group's agency SM Entertainment on Tuesday.

SM announced today that boy band TVXQ's new Japanese single will be tied up with Fuji TV's new drama "Beautiful Neighbors (美しい隣人) that will show every Tuesdays at 10 p.m. starting January 11.

The new series, starring actress Yukie Nakama from hit Japanese drama "Gokusen", is a psychological suspense drama that depicts on love, hatred, conflict and jealousy between women.

TVXQ, formerly composed of five members Kim Jae-joong, Park Yoo-chun, Changmin Lee Changmin and Yunho Yunho, enjoyed high popularity throughout Asia as one the leading dance groups in K-pop scene since their debut in 2004.

However, after disputing with agency SM Entertainment over the unfairness of their 13-year exclusive contract, Kim Jae-joong, Park Yoo-chun and Junsu halted their activities as TVXQ and instead formed trio JYJ.

TVXQ is now a duo group led by two remaining members Changmin and Yunho who are set to make a comeback to the local music scene on January 5.

Reporter : Heidi Kim heidikim@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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