TVXQ’s latest Japanese album ‘TIME’ will be released in three versions in Korea on the 27th (today).
When TVXQ’s album ‘TIME’ was released in Japan on the 6th of March, it topped the Oricon Daily album charts, as well as the weekly charts. It sold a total of 244,000 copies in the first week since its release and is the group’s highest-selling album (first-week data) since their Japanese debut.
The album contains a total of 12 tracks that include ‘Catch Me -If you wanna-‘, which was used as the theme song of the FujiTV drama ‘Saki’, and ‘I Know’, which was used as the ending song for ‘Catherine the 3rd’. The CD version has an additional two tracks, ‘Rat Tat Tat’ and ‘Winter Rose’, the Seven & I Holdings TV CM song’, and is expected to be met with a positive response from Korean music lovers.
The CD+DVD A version will contain the music videos of ‘Winter Rose’, ‘STILL’, ‘ANDROID’ and ‘Humanoids’, as well as a performance sketch video of ‘A Flower the Color of Happiness’ from their ‘LIVE TOUR 2012 ~TONE~’ concert.
The CD+DVD B version will show a new and charming side of TVXQ as it will contain performance videos of ‘MAXIMUM’, ‘Why?’, ‘Somebody To Love’, ‘I Don’t Know’ and ‘B.U.T’, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of ‘I Know’ and ‘Humanoids’.
Meanwhile, TVXQ will become the first Korean singers to set off on a ‘Five Dome’ tour at the Saitama Super Arena on the 27th of April. They will then move on to Tokyo Dome, Osaka’s Kyocera Dome, Fukuoka’s Yahoo! Japan Dome, Sapporo Dome and Nagoya Dome and attract a total 700,000 fans to the event.
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