What are TVXQ fans called?

What are TVXQ fans called?

The official fanclubs of TVXQ are Cassiopeia in South Korea and Bigeast in Japan. Their fandom color is red. According to news sources in 2008, Cassiopeia was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as “the world’s largest fanclub” with more than 800,000 official members.

When did TVXQ disband?

The lawsuit brought a wave of shock for many fans, creating a rift that would never be resolved. Even as the group continued activities as five in Japan, the trio with complaints were not able to resolve their issues with SM, and thus split from the group entirely in 2010.

Who is the most popular member of DBSK?

Anyway… as for the most popular and talented one, its Xia Junsu. Micky Yoochun is the 2nd one.

Is TVXQ still popular?

TVXQ, despite those era and K-pop generation has changed, they are still active and remain in the top-ten position in any kind of appreciation for K-pop music industry.

Was TVXQ popular?

The group is globally popular as an important part of the industry, but is especially loved across Asia. TVXQ has had over 65 concert tours in Japan from 2006 to 2012, catering to about 700,000 fans and has sold over 6.3 million albums.

What is TVXQ’s Time tour?

Their Time Tour, one of the highest-grossing concert tours of 2013, broke attendance records for foreign singers in Japan until 2017, when TVXQ broke that same record with their Begin Again Tour. TVXQ are the first non-Japanese Asian artists to headline a nationwide five-Dome tour and the first foreign artists to headline the Nissan Stadium.

When did TVXQ celebrate their 10th anniversary?

On December 26–27, 2013, TVXQ held two concerts titled Time Slip at the Korea International Exhibition Center in Ilsanseo-gu, South Korea to celebrate their tenth anniversary. Promoted as TVXQ’s tenth anniversary debut album, their seventh Korean studio album Tense was announced in November 2013.

Did TVXQ participate in the New York-Korea Festival?

On October 9, TVXQ participated in the New York-Korea Festival, a concert produced by KBS Global to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Korea’s entry into the United Nations. It was held in New Jersey.

What happened to TVXQ?

With Tree, TVXQ became the first foreign band in Japan to have three consecutive studio albums with first-week sales of over 200,000 copies, breaking Bon Jovi ‘s thirteen-year record. TVXQ continued to break new records with their seventh Japanese concert tour Tree: Live Tour 2014, which toured Japan from April to June.