Yunho is Former Member of TVXQ?

By Staff Writer | August 07, 2012 02:38 PM EDT

Nate and Daum Update their Sites for TVXQ Profiles!
Nate and Daum Update their Sites for TVXQ Profiles! (Photo : f)

Earlier today, there have been rumors about TVXQ reuniting due to SM Entertainment's official Japan Site updating their sites with all five members profiles under the TVXQ section.

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After this change appeared, other major sites such as Naver, Daum and Nate have also updated the TVXQ profiles with Junsu, Jaejoong and Yoochun.

Daum and Nate have all 5 of the members under the group name TVXQ. Naver has put Junsu, Yoochun, Jaejoong and Yunho under 'former' members and Changmin under 'members'. There still has been no confirmation as to whether or not this is an error.


Many fans are curious to know why these updates are happening. There is still no announcements from SM Entertainment.

After a lawsuit, TVXQ broke apart with Changmin and Yunho staying as TVXQ and Junsu, Yoochun and Jaejoong becoming a new group, JYJ.

Tagged :  TVXQ, SM Entertainment, Junsu, Jaejoong, Yoochun, Yunho, Changmin, JYJ

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