TVXQ Announces First World Tour After Eight Years Since Debut
By Staff Writer | September 19, 2012 10:48 PM EDT
Leading popular group, TVXQ after announcing their comeback plans in Korea along with individual teasers have now brought more excitement along with a group teaser photo.
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TVXQ announced their very first world tour "TVXQ! Live World Tour 'Catch Me'" which will kick off this November in Seoul. The duo is set to show off their unique and colorful charm through a 2-day concert on November 17 and 18 at the Olympic Park Stadium.
This mark the group's first solo concert in Korea in almost four years, the last one being in 2009 titled "The 3rd Asia Tour: Mirotic." The concert is expected to receive an explosive response from fans in Korea and abroad.
Especially their concert tour in Japan earlier this year between January and April spanning a total of 26 shows in 11 cities drew in a total of over 550,000 fans proving their popular in Japan.
TVXQ is set to release their 6th album Catch Me online on September 24 and physically hit stores on September 26.
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