TVXQ Announces Comeback with ‘Catch Me’ and Yunho’s Teaser Image
By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 09:25 PM EDT
Popular group TVXQ is making their long-awaited comeback in September.
TVXQ will be releasing their new album Catch Me on September 26 and begin their promotional activities afterwards. This album is their return to the Korean music scene after a year and 8 months since "Why (Keep Your Head Down)" released in January of last year.
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TVXQ's leader Yunho teaser image was revealed through their official homepage and Facebook on September 18. The image reveals Yunho in a blindfold tilting his head backward.
Duo's 6th album Catch Me will release September 24 online and the physical album will stores on the 26th. The album is expected to be intense and charismatic following TVXQ's distinctive music.
TVXQ has been traveling between Korea and Japan, promoting Hallyu as a top group. The duo has been setting various records in Japan even drawing in a whopping 550,000 fans for their live tour.
TVXQ plans to release their new album and begin active promotional activities in Korea.
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