Reflecting DBSK (TVXQ)’s mega popularity, a recent TV recording in public had to be shut down due to the overwhelming number of fans.
Recently, the DBSK members took time to record for KBS’ Entertainment Relay. As part of the show’s ‘Guerrilla Date’ corner, the two members were being interviewed outside in public.
However, as Entertainment Relay’s reporter Kim Tae Jin revealed via his Twitter, “Today’s recording of DBSK’s guerilla date at 8:30 p.m. in Shinchon has been cancelled due to safety reasons. There were about a hundred times many more people than pictured and it was quite dangerous.”
The included picture showed a number of security guards keeping an eye popping number of people at bay.
It was revealed that the show had originally intended to film the interview with DBSK in the streets of Shinchon but due to the overwhelming number of people, the shooting had to be cancelled due to safety precautions.
DBSK is currently promoting its new album Catch Me.
Yunho and Changmin from DBSK and Seohyun from Girls’ Generation are posing for the Ceci magazine for November’s edition.
The concept of is “Timeless Eternity” which is based on the movie “Interview with the Vampire”
While Yunho and Changmin pose as a Vampire with cold and serious looks, Seohyun takes the role of Claudia, a pure, innocent girl in the film.
The magazine with hit the stores on November 15 in Korea and China, which will have 26 pages filled with Yunho, Changmin and Seohhyun.
It has been nearly two years since K-pop duo TVXQ released their last album, and now they are set to make a comeback performance with the release of their sixth record “Catch Me.”
The boys will be performing their title track “Catch Me” and “I Don’t Know” on KBS’ “Music Bank” on Friday, MBC’s “Music Core” on Saturday, and SBS’ “Inkigayo” on Sunday, according to their agency.
|K-pop duo TVXQ are making their comeback with their new album “Catch Me.” (S.M. Entertainment)|
The Transformers-like dance moves of their latest music video caught the attention of fans, with nicknames such as the “hulk dance” or “dragon dance” coined to describe the group’s new choreography.
Tony Testa, a famous hip-hop choreographer who also choreographed the moves for SHINee’s hit song “Sherlock,” said he sought to express the anger and sorrow of “Catch Me” after being inspired by Joss Whedon’s blockbuster action hero flick “The Avengers.”
As K-pop fever continues to stretch its borders, it appears that Psy is not the only one catching the attention of foreign listeners. TVXQ’s “Catch Me” was aired on the Monday episode of “Live! with Kelly & Michael,” a popular American morning talk show hosted by Kelly Ripa and former American football star Michael Strahan. A clip of the song was played at the beginning of the show as the opener while Ripa and Strahan danced in front of their live studio audience.
By Julie Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Credit: Korean Herald
TVXQ has been chosen as the most active Kpop artists in Japan for 2011.
Japan’s Oricon recently released an article with the title “An Introduction to the most active Korean artists in 2011” and selected TVXQ as the most active K-pop stars. Coming back as a 2-member group, U-Know Yunho and Choikang Changmin have shown powerful performances that captured the attention of the viewers. Their single “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” sold over 230,000 copies in its first week, a highly popular group.
Oricon also picked TVXQ’s single “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” as the “Best K-pop Single/Album of 2011”
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Source: [BaiduTVXQ + Sports Chosun via Nate]
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