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TVXQ to release music video for song from SBS drama

2010/12/20 | 464 views | Permalink | Source

Korean duo TVXQ [SM Entertainment]

Korean idols TVXQ have released the music video to a song from SBS drama "ATHENA", according to the show's producer Taewon Entertainment on Monday.

Taewon announced in a press release that the song and music video titled "ATHENA" from the soundtrack to the show of the same name was unveiled today on various online music websites including MelOn, Dosirak, Bugs and Cyworld.

The music video revealed the powerful voices of TVXQ members Changmin Lee Changmin and Yunho Yunho with scenes from the show "ATHENA".

"ATHENA", a spin-off to last year's blockbuster hit series "IRIS", is about terrorist acts and threats against the Korean Peninsula and the whole world. It also stars Korean actors Jung Woo-sung, Cha Seung-won, Soo Ae, Lee Ji-ah and Choi Si-won of boy band Super Junior.

Formerly composed of five members Xiah Junsu, Kim Jae-joong, Park Yoo-chun, Changmin Lee Changmin and Yunho Yunho, TVXQ was one of the leading dance groups in the K-pop scene since debuting 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 with members Changmin Lee Changmin and Yunho Yunho, who are set to make their comeback to the music scene with a new album on January 5.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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