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FOREVER CASSIOPEIA
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HAPPY 6TH TVXQ'S ANNIVERSARY CASSIOPEIA, BIGEAST & INTERNATIONAL FANS.!!!
Friday, December 25, 2009 @ 11:51 PM


When five young boys gathered together to form the boy band TVXQ, the 'Rising Gods of the East', they had no idea that they would become one of Asia's top groups. Debuting as an unknown group in 2003, with their first single 'Hug', TVXQ quickly rose to the top through their amazing vocals and harmony, along with their powerful and charismatic dance moves.

From their debut album 'Tri-angle', released in 2004, to their latest album 'MIROTIC', which was released in 2008 and broke a six year record by selling over 500,000 copies, TVXQ have more than proven that they can sing anything from acapella to R&B to ballads. Instead of relying on their success at home, TVXQ left Korea to establish a career as J-POP artists, Tohoshinki, in Japan in 2005. After 4 years of hard work, Tohoshinki is now one of the top singers in Japan, well recognized for their impressive voices, astounding dance moves as well as ability to write and compose music.

Within Asia, TVXQ has won countless awards over the course of six years, and on the international front, in 2008, TVXQ has set the record for the Guinness World Records for the most number of members in a fanclub. Following that, in 2009, they also set the record for the most number of photos taken for a celebrity.

Beyond Korea, flying to the top in Japan and other parts of Asia, from Brazil to England to the Middle East, TVXQ is a name that is recognized world wide. Through their own hard work, sweat and tears, as well as with the support of hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, these five men - TVXQ - will continue to climb to the very top, like the Rising Gods of the East.





CREDIT= SOOMPI.!!


TVXQ has come a long way since their debut.!!!!
and i am proud to be their fan...
today 26/12/2009 is their 6 years together.!!!
so... HAPPY 6TH ANNIVERSARY TVXQ.!!!
here, some of tvxq info...!!!

2006–2007: Foray into Asia

TVXQ began 2006 with their first international tour, Rising Sun 1st Asia Tour. In addition to South Korea, they toured in China, Thailand, and Malaysia, making them the first Korean performers to hold a concert in Malaysia. In March, the group released their fourth Japanesesingle, "Asu wa Kuru Kara" (明日は来るから lit. Because Tomorrow Will Come), and their debut Japanese album, Heart, Mind and Soul. The album debuted on the weekly Oricon album chart at #25 with 9,554 copies sold. Their fifth Japanese single, "Rising Sun/Heart, Mind and Soul", released a month later, debuted on the Oricon singles chart at #22. To support the album, TVXQ held their first Japanese tour, 1st Live Tour 2006: Heart, Mind and Soul, from May to June.. TVXQ released two more Japanese singles, "Begin" and "Sky". The latter debuted at #6, making it the group's first single to reach the Top Ten.In the summer, TVXQ performed in Avex's annual A-Nation summer concert.

The group resumed their Korean activities with the release of their third album, "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap. ("O"-正.反.合. lit. "O"-Thesis.Antithesis.Synthesis) in September 2006. Like their previous Korean albums, "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap. debuted atop the charts; with a total of 349,317 copies sold, it became the number-one record of the year. Two months after "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap, the group released another Japanese single, "Miss You/"O" - Sei-Han-Gō"(miss you/"O"‐正・反・合 lit. Miss You/"O" - Thesis-Antithesis-Synthesis), which debuted on the chart at #3, making it their first Top Five single. At the 2006 MKMF Music Festival, TVXQ won four awards, "Best Artist of the Year", "Best Group", "Mnet.com" and "Mnet Plus Mobile People's Choice Award". At the 16th Music Seoul Festival, TVXQ won three awards including a "Daesang" award. The group won another "Daesang" award at the 21st Golden Disk Awards 2006, in addition to a "Bonsang". At the SBS Gayo Awards 2006, TVXQ won another "Daesang" and "Bonsang" award.

TVXQ began 2007 with a new Japanese single, "Step By Step", which was followed by their second Asian tour, The 2nd Asia Tour Concert 'O'. The tour took place in Seoul, Taipei, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Beijing.In March, the group released their tenth Japanese single, "Choosey Lover", and their second Japanese album, Five in the Black. Both debuted in the Top 10 of their respective charts, the former at #9 and the latter at #10.[35] In May, the group attended the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards Japan and won the "Best Buzz Asia in Korea" award for their album "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap. From June to December 2007, the group released a string of five singles: "Lovin' You", "Summer: Summer Dream/Song for You/Love in the Ice", "Shine / Ride On", "Forever Love" and "Together". "Summer: Summer Dream/Song for You/Love in the Ice" reached #2 on the Oricon, making it the group's highest-charting Japanese single to that point. TVXQ also collaborated with label-mate Kumi Koda for her thirty-eighth single, "Last Angel", which was used as the theme song for the Japanese release of Resident Evil: Extinction.

2008–present: Rise of popularity in Japan and return to South Korea

TVXQ released their sixteenth Japanese single, "Purple Line", on January 16, 2008. It debuted atop the Oricon, becoming the group's first number-one in Japan and making them the first foreign male group to have a number-one single in Japan. They then released their third Japanese album, T, which debuted at #4 on the Oricon Weekly album chart. TVXQ's label Rhythm Zone, announced the "Trick" project where five singles would be released consecutively for six weeks, from February to March and each single would contain a solo track by a member. The group released their twenty-third single, "Beautiful You / Sennen Koi Uta" in April. The single became another number-one for the group and made them the first non-Japanese Asians with two number-one singles since Ou-Yang Fei Fei set the record 24 years before. They returned to Korea to participate in the 14th Annual Dream Concert at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul on June 7. On June 12, TVXQ concluded their Asia Tour in Beijing which had begun on February 23, 2007 in Seoul TVXQ returned to Japan and released their twenty-fourth single, "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" The single topped the chart, making TVXQ the first foreign artists to have three number-one singles on the Oricon.They performed at Avex's 20th anniversary meeting and at A-Nation '08. In August, TVXQ returned to Korea once again to take part in SMTown Live '08. They performed alongside label-mates BoA, Cheon Sang Ji Hee the Grace, Zhang Liyin, Girls' Generation, Shinee and Super Junior.

The group's fourth Korean album, Mirotic, was slated to be released on September 24 but due to the large number of pre-orders was pushed back two days. Like their previous Korean album, Mirotic debuted atop the charts with 307,974 copies sold. In early January 2009, the album's sales totaled 502,837 copies, making it the first Korean album in six years to pass the 500,000 mark. In October, TVXQ released "Jumon: Mirotic", the Japanese version of Mirotic's title track. The single topped the Oricon chart, breaking the record that the group had set with their previous single. TVXQ attended Kōhaku Uta Gassen Music Festival on New Year's Eve, making them the first Korean group to attend.

Their twenty-fifth single "Bolero/Kiss the Baby Sky/Wasurenaide", released in January 2009, became another number-one for the group. In March, TVXQ released their twenty-sixth single "Survivor" which debuted at #3 on the charts subsequently ending their number-one streak.[59] "Survivor" was followed by their fourth Japanese album, The Secret Code, which debuted at #2 on the charts. To support the album they embarked on their fourth concert tour, Tohoshinki 4th Live Tour 2009: The Secret Code, which ended at the Tokyo Dome, making them the first Korean group to perform there.

On April 22, 2009, they released their twenty-seventh single "Share the World/We Are!". The single debuted atop the charts, extending their Oricon record. Their twenty-eighth single, "Stand by U", was released on July 1, 2009 and debuted at #2 on the charts.



Korean albums

Studio albums

Album # Album information Tracklisting Copies sold
1st Tri-Angle
  • Released: October 13, 2004
  • Length: 56:05
  • Korea top 200 position: #1
305,345
(South Korea)
2nd Rising Sun
  • Released: September 12, 2005
  • Length: 48:50
  • Korea top 200 position: #1
290,809
(South Korea)
3rd "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.
  • Released: September 29, 2006
  • Length: 43:50
  • Korea top 200 position: #1
    (highest selling album in 2006)
  • Versions: A, B, C, D
400,000 (South Korea)
4th Mirotic
  • Released: September 26, 2008
  • Length: 50:25
  • Korea top 200 position: #1
    (highest selling album in 2008)
  • Versions: A, B,C
540,000 (South Korea)

Compilation albums

Album # Album information Tracklisting Copies sold
1st Christmas Gift from 동방신기
  • Released: December 7, 2004
  • Length: 54:00
77,036
(South Korea)

Japanese albums

Studio albums

Album # Album information Tracklisting Copies Sold
1st Heart, Mind and Soul
  • Oricon Weekly Ranking: #22
52,311 (Japan)
31,366 (Korea)
2nd Five in the Black
  • Oricon Weekly Ranking: #10
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
78,113 (Japan)
28,484 (Korea)
3rd T
  • Oricon Weekly Ranking: #4
  • Global Track chart: #19
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
144,653(Japan)
30,689 (Korea)
4th The Secret Code
  • Oricon Weekly Ranking: #2
  • Global Track chart: #4
  • Certification: Platinum (RIAJ)
297,719 (Japan)
(still charting) 28,000 (Korea)
(still charting)

Compilation Album

Album # Album information Tracklisting Copies Sold
1st N/A
  • Oricon Weekly Ranking: N/A
  • Oricon Monthly Rankin: N/A
  • Certification: N/A (RIAJ)
N/A

Singles

Korean singles

Single # Single Information Track Listing Copies sold [1]
1st "Hug"
  • Released: January 14, 2004
  • Studio Album: Tri-Angle
  1. Hug
  2. My Little Princess
  3. Oh Holy Night (Feat. BoA)
  4. My Little Princess (Acapella Version)
  5. Hug (Instrumental)
236,835
(South Korea)
2nd

"The Way U Are"

  • Released: June 24, 2004
  • Studio Album: Tri-Angle
  1. The Way U Are
  2. Whatever They Say
  3. 옹달샘 이야기 1 (Mountain Spring Story 1)
  4. 옹달샘 (Mountain Spring)
  5. 옹달샘 이야기 2 (Mountain Spring Story 2)
  6. Whatever They Say (Instrumental)
299,807
(South Korea)
3rd "Hi Ya Ya 여름날"
  • Released: June 23, 2005
  • Studio Album: --
  1. Hi Ya Ya 여름날 (Hi Ya Ya Summer Day)
  2. 공간 (하늘과 바다사이, Whisper Of..)
    (Space; Between the Sky and the Ocean)
  3. 너희들 것이니까 (I Wish...) (Because It Belongs to You)
  4. 지금처럼 (Piano Version) (Like Now)
  5. Hi Ya Ya 여름날 (Hi Ya Ya Summer Day) (Instrumental)
  6. 너희들 것이니까 (I Wish...) (Because It Belongs to You)
    (Instrumental)
81,022
(South Korea)
- "Show Me Your Love" (TVXQ & Super Junior)
  • Released: December 15, 2005
  1. Show Me Your Love
  2. Love to Be Loved by You (English Version)
  3. 오늘만은 (I'm Your Man)
  4. Show Me Your Love (Instrumental)
66,048
(South Korea)
4th "Fighting Spirit of Dong Bang
(Fighting Spirit of the East)"
2006 World Cup Korea Official Image Song
  • Released: June 01, 2006
  • Studio Album: --
  1. Fighting Spirit of Dong Bang 동방의 투혼 (Original Ver.)
  2. Fighting Spirit of Dong Bang 동방의 투혼 (2 Step Ver.)
  3. Fighting Spirit of Dong Bang 동방의 투혼 (Vibe 7 Ver.)
  4. Fighting Spirit of Dong Bang 동방의 투혼 (Instrumental Ver.)
25,524
(South Korea)
- "여행기"
Yeo Haeng Gi
  1. 여행기 (Traveling)
N/A

[edit] Japanese singles

Single # Single Information Tracklisting Notes Copies Sold
1st "Stay with Me Tonight" 9,818 (Japan)
28,298 (Korea)
2nd "Somebody to Love" 10,496 (Japan)
24,413 (Korea)
3rd "My Destiny" 13,919 (Japan)
23,362 (Korea)
4th "明日は来るから"
  • "明日は来るから" 17th ending theme for One Piece
10,816 (Japan)
21,596 (Korea)
5th "Rising Sun / Heart, Mind and Soul" 7,376 (Japan)
8,311 (Korea)
6th "Begin" 17,283 (Japan)
9,422 (Korea)
7th "Sky"
  • "Sky" background music for "Baskin Robbins 31 Ice Cream" commercial and for "music.jp" TV commercial
26,890 (Japan)
8,341 (Korea)
8th "miss you / "O"- 正・反・合" 29,226( Japan)
11,645 (Korea)
9th "Step by Step" 29,144 (Japan)
13,468 (Korea)
10th "Choosey Lover"
  • "Choosey Lover" opening theme for Xenos Xenos
28,116 (Japan)
9,354 (Korea)
11th "Lovin' You"
  • Release Date: June 13, 2007
  • Studio Album: T
49,495 (Japan)
10,714 (Korea)
12th "Summer: Summer Dream/Song for You/Love in the Ice"
  • Release Date: August 1, 2007
  • Studio Album: T
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
124,529 (Japan)
16,536 (Korea)
13th "Shine/Ride On"
  • Release Date: September 19, 2007
  • Studio Album: T
  • "Shine" opening theme for the MBS/TBS net drama "Obanzai"
41,978 (Japan)
12,355 (Korea)
14th "Forever Love"
  • Release Date: November 14, 2007
  • Studio Album: T
50,781 (Japan)
9,494 (Korea)
15th "Together"
  • Release Date: December 19, 2007
  • Studio Album: T
39,595 (Japan)
6,235 (Korea)
16th "Purple Line"
  • Release Date: January 16, 2008
  • Studio Album: T
48,253 (Japan)
18,869 (Korea)
17th "Two Hearts/Wild Soul"
  • Release Date: February 6, 2008
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • TrickVersion #1
24,395 (Japan)
10,523 (Korea)
18th "Runaway/My Girlfriend"
  • Release Date: February 13, 2008
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Trick Version #2
29,957 (Japan)
11,266 (Korea)
19th "If...!? / Rainy Night (JUNSU from 東方神起)"
  • Release Date: February 27, 2008
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Trick Version #3
30,183 (Japan)
13,518 (Korea)
20th "Close to You/Crazy Life"
  • Release Date: March 5, 2008
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Trick Version #4
20,379 (Japan)
11,939 (Korea)
21st "Keyword/Maze (JEJUNG from 東方神起)"
  • Release Date: March 12, 2008
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Trick Version #5
27,180 (Japan)
12,582 (Korea)
22nd "Beautiful You/Sennen Koi Uta"
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
121,771 (Japan)
9,831 (Korea)
23rd "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?"
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
120,890 (Japan)
10,473 (Korea)
24th "Jumon: Mirotic"
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
  • This single features the lead off track to the group's fourth full-length album in Korea, only for this release performed in Japanese.
91,270 (Japan)
25th "Bolero/Kiss the Baby Sky/Wasurenaide"
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
  • "Bolero" theme song for the movie "Subaru (昴)"
  • "Kiss the Baby Sky" is written and composed by TVXQ member Micky Yoochun and is the Super’s Autumn weather theme song of the Japanese show Zoom In
  • "忘れないで" is written and composed by TVXQ member Hero Jaejoong and used as the commercial theme song for Menard Cosmetic Series' CM
110,717 (Japan)
23,000 (Korea)
26th "Survivor"
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
  • 4th Album “The Secret Code” Pre-Release Single
96,743 (Japan)
10,469 (Korea)
27th "Share the World/We Are!"
  • Release Date: April 22, 2009
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Certification (Single): Gold (RIAJ)
  • Certification (Share the World): Platinum (mobile ringtone downloads) (RIAJ)
  • Certification (We Are!): Gold (mobile ringtone downloads) (RIAJ)
  • "Share the World" 11th opening theme for One Piece
  • "ウィーアー!" 10th re-make opening theme for One Piece
  • "明日は来るから" 17th ending theme for One Piece
174,508 (Japan)
8,432 (Korea)
28th "Stand by U"
  • Release Date: July 1, 2009
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • 94,838 copies sold on the first day.
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)

225,812 (Japan)
7,342 (Korea)
29th "Break Out!"
  • Release Date: January 27, 2010
  • Studio Album: N/A

N/A(Japan)
N/A (Korea)

Other singles

Single # Single Information Tracklisting Notes Copies Sold
1st "COLORS 〜Melody and Harmony〜 / Shelter"
  • Artist: JEJUNG & YUCHUN (from 東方神起)
  • Release Date: September 30, 2009
  • Studio Album: N/A
  • Certification: Gold (RIAJ)
  • COLORS 〜Melody and Harmony〜 is the image song for Hello Kitty's 35th anniversary
  • COLORS 〜Melody and Harmony〜 is composed and arranged by Jaejoong and Yoochun.
  • Shelter is composed by Jaejoong with help of Junsu.
169,564 (Japan)

Other discography

  • "Hug (International Version)" Released: November 24, 2004
  • "Hug (Chinese Version)"
  • "My Little Princess (Chinese Version)"
  • "The Way U Are (Chinese Version)"
  • "믿어요 (Chinese Version)"
  • "Tri-Angle (Chinese Version)" Released: January 20, 2005
  • "Rising Sun (순수) (Chinese Version)"
  • "바보 (Unforgettable) (Chinese Version)"
  • "'O'-正.反.合 (Chinese Version)"
  • "Mirotic (Chinese Version)"
  • 1st Live Concert Album Released: July 14, 2006 Sold: 31,862 (South Korea)
  • 2nd Asia Tour Concert 'O' Live Album Released: June 20, 2007 Label: SM Entertainment, Sold: 26,806 (Korea)
  • TVXQ Non- stop Mix Vol. 1 Released: October 24, 2007

Collaborations


DVDs

  • All about 東方神起, Released: February 28, 2006 (Korea; best selling DVD in 2006) ( Japan; Sold 17,131 )
  • 東方神起 History in Japan Vol.1, Released: March 23, 2006 (Japan)
  • 1st Live Tour 2006: Heart, Mind and Soul, Released: October 4, 2006 (Japan) Sold : 32,331 
  • Dong Bang Shin Ki 1st Live Concert "Rising Sun" DVD, Released: January 18, [[2007
  • 東方神起 History in Japan Vol.2, Released: March 28, 2007 (Japan) Sold: 20,085
  • Rhythm Nation 2006: The Biggest Indoor Music Festival, Released: July 11, 2007
  • a-nation'07 Best Hit Selection, Released: July 25, 2007 (Japan)
  • 2nd Live Tour 2007: Five in the Black, Released: September 26, 2007 (Japan) Sold : 60,713
  • All About 東方神起 Season 2, Released: October 15, 2007 (Korea; best selling DVD in 2007) ( Japan; Sold: 21,342 )
  • a-nation '07 Best Hit Live, Released: November 7, 2007 (Japan)
  • Best Live DVD: Premium Live Dream Selection, Released: December 5, 2007 (Japan)
  • 2nd Asia Tour Concert 'O' DVD, Released: December 6, 2007 (Korea)
  • 東方神起 History in Japan Vol.3, Released: March 12, 2008 (Japan) Sold: 52,767 
  • 3rd Live Tour 2008 - T -, Released: August 6, 2008 (Japan) Sold: 111,446 (Certification: Gold (RIAJ))
  • Summer Freak by a-nation, Released: July 23, 2008 (Japan)
  • All About 東方神起 Season 3, Released: August 14, 2009 ( Japan; Sold: 76,542)
  • 4th Live Tour 2009 ~The Secret Code~, Released: September 30, 2009 (Japan) Sold: 204,335 (Certification: Gold (RIAJ))
  • 東方神起 History in Japan Vol.4, Released: October 28, 2009 (Japan) Sold: 103,982 (Certification: Gold (RIAJ))


Award

Years Awards
2004
  • SBS Gayo Awards (March 28): Popular Song First Debut (Hug)
  • KM Music Video Festival (December): Best Music Video Award for New Group (Hug)
  • KBS Music Awards: Best New Artist
  • MBC Top 10 Music Festival: Best New Artist
  • Go News Netizen YunAae Daesang: Best Group Award
  • Go News Netizen YunAae Daesang: Music Video Award
  • Go News Netizen YunAae Daesang: CF Model Award
  • Go News Netizen YunAae Daesang: Asia Star Award
2005
  • Mnet KM Music Video Festival: Best Music Video (Rising Sun)
  • Mnet KM Music Video Festival: People’s Choice Award
  • Mnet KM Music Video Festival: Artist of the Year
2006
  • Korean Chinese Custom Ceremony: China-Ten Most Popular Music Group
  • Korean Chinese Custom Ceremony: China-Ten Most Popular Song
  • Korean Chinese Custom Ceremony: China-Most Popular Advertisement Model
  • Korean Chinese Custom Ceremony: China-Ideal Man Category
  • Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards: Best Music Video (Rising Sun)
  • Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards: Best Asian Artist
  • Thailand Virgin Hitz Awards (October 28): Popular Vote Asia Artist
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 25): Best Group [1]
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 25): Artist of the Year
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 25): Mnet.com
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 25): Mnet Plus Mobile People's Choice Award
  • MTV 16th Music Seoul Festival (December 1): Daesang (Artist of The Year) [2]
  • MTV 16th Music Seoul Festival (December 1): Bonsang
  • MTV 16th Music Seoul Festival (December 1): Mobile Popular Vote
  • 21st Golden Disk Awards (December 14): Disk Daesang (Artist of The Year) [3]
  • 21st Golden Disk Awards (December 14): Disk Bonsang
  • SBS Gayo Awards (December 29): Daesang (Artist of The Year)
  • SBS Gayo Awards (December 29): Bonsang
2007
  • 2007 Thailand SEED Awards (January 31): Best Asian Singer Award
  • MTV Video Music Awards Japan (May 26): Best Buzz Asia in Korea
  • 14th Annual Korea Entertainment Masterpiece Award Ceremony (October 6): International Popularity Award
  • Best Hits 2007 Japan (November 26): Gold Artist Award
  • MTV Korea: President of the Republic of Korean Music
  • Asia Song Festival 2007 : Asia's Top Singer Award
  • Asian MUSIC eXtreme Awards 2007: 2007 Best Asian DVD or DVD box for ALL ABOUT TVXQ season 2[4]
  • Asian MUSIC eXtreme Awards 2007: Most wanted Asian artist for a concert in France
  • Asian MUSIC eXtreme Awards 2007: Most wanted Asian artist for european CD/DVD releases
2008
  • 15th Korea Entertainment Awards (November 13) : Most Popular Artist Award
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 15): Daesang: Album Of The Year (The 4th Album "MIROTIC")
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 15): Auction Best Style Award
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 15): Mobile Popularity Award
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 15): Auction Netizen's Choice Award
  • Mnet KM Music Festival (November 15): Overseas Viewer Award
  • Best Hits 2008 Japan (November 27): Gold Artist Award
  • 2008 Golden Disk Awards (December 10): Disk Daesang (Artist of The Year)[6]
  • 2008 Golden Disk Awards (December 10): Disk Bonsang[6]
  • 2008 Golden Disk Awards (December 10): Disk Yepp Popularity Award[6]
  • 16th Annual Korean Entertainment Awards (December 12): New Generation Daesang
  • 2008 Music Bank (Year-End Special) : MVP Award
  • 2008 Melon Awards : Best Artist
  • 2008 Melon Awards : Music Video of The Year
  • 50th Japanese Records Awards : Premium Award (どうして君を好きになってしまったんだろう?)
2009
  • Korea Entertainment Producers Association (January 20): The Culture Sports Tourism Recognition Award.
  • 18th Seoul Music Awards (February 12): Mobile Popularity Award
  • 18th Seoul Music Awards (February 12): Bonsang
  • 2009 Thailand SEED Awards : Best Asia Artist of the Year for 주문 "MIROTIC"
  • Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards : Popular Asian Artist
  • 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards (November 21) : Best Asia Star
  • Best Hits 2009 Japan (November 26) : Gold Artist Award
  • 2009 Melon Music Awards : 2009 STAR
  • 2009 Melon Music Awards : 2009 MANIA (TVXQ-Mirotic)
  • 2009 Hallyu Tourism Night : Hallyu Tourism Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Zona Joven : Artist of the year
  • 51st Japanese Records Awards : Premium Award (Stand By U)

this pretty much it.!!!!
skang aku tunjuk an gmbr2 mereka.!!!






they are so young back then.!! huhuhu.!! i miss the hug days.!!!
hug is their first singles.!!!
and look at them now.!!!






and this is from their newest singles breakout that will be release in january.!!!


they become more manly.!!!
so hot.!!! so charismatics.!!!
love them.!!!


and of course.!!! they will never be the asia most popular group without
CASSIOPEIA,BIGEAST AND INTERNATINAL FANS..!!! ^^.!!






SARANGHAE TVXQ.!! DBSK.!!! THSK.!!!
SARANGHAE CASSIOPEIA.!!!
MORE AND MORE YEARS TO COME.!!!
AND WE WILL STILL BE TOGETHER.!!!
TVXQ + CASSIOPEIA = ONE LOVE ETERNALLY.!!!

Always Keep The Faith.!!!




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