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Labels: Hero, Interview, Japan, Kindai, Magazines
Labels: Hero, Japan, Max, Micky, Purple Line, Radio, Schedule, TV, U-Know, Xiah
Labels: Birthday, Hero
Close behind TVXQ was BIG BANG, who ranked 2nd with 1,899 (34.27%) votes. By February, the group will be concentrating on doing promotions in Japan.
The girls who infected Korea with the “Tell Me syndrome” placed 3rd with 996 (17.97%) votes. Wonder Girls is scheduled to come back to the music scene in May with its new single album.
Shinhwa, with 396 (7.15%) votes, and SS501, with 193 (3.48%) votes, ranked 4th and 5th, respectively.
Labels: Big Bang, Korea, Shinhwa, SS501, Wonder Girls
Labels: Album, Download, Japan, T
Labels: Album, Charts, Japan, Oricon, Survey, T
Since the 31st of December, there hasn't been any activity at the TVXQ Fans Forum. And even before this date, things were moving slow, and updates from members were getting less and less.Later in 2007's summer, we've posted a message (that's still up) for fans to visit the forum more often and help bring it back alive again. But nothing changed...Lately, we've started a poll asking you whether we should close it, or give it another chance and keep it open. It all depends on you now, 'cause if things stay the same, I'm afraid it'll be closed by the end of March 2008 regardless to the poll results.Now if you really really want to keep it open, please join in and post, tell your friends about it and invite them to sign up, or just promote it on other sites by linkin' to it in your blogs, or your forums' siggies...It's all up to you as you can see. If you do care, here's the link:TVXQ Fans ForumAnd thank you for your support.
Labels: Forum, TVXQ Fans, TVXQ Fans Forum
Labels: Album, Japan, Max, Micky, Pictures, T, U-Know
Labels: Charts, Japan, Oricon, Purple Line
Labels: Airport, Candids, Japan, Kimpo, Pictures
Labels: Album, History in Japan Vol.3, Japan, Merchandise
For the first time, TVXQ finally ranked 1st in Oricon’s weekly single chart for its 16th single “Purple Line,” which was released on January 16.
To better understand the significance of this record, it must be stressed that this is the first time that an Asian group and male singers (except Japanese) ranked first and the second time for a Korean singer to place 1st in the Oricon weekly single chart. BoA was the first Korean singer to place 1st in the weekly chart in 2005.
Meanwhile, expectations are high for TVXQ’s new album “T,” which will be released on the 23rd.
The CD and CD+DVD versions of “Purple Line” will also be available in Korea on January 23.
Labels: Charts, Japan, Oricon, Purple Line, Single, T
Labels: Arena 37°C, Japan, Magazines, Pictures