A 15-meter poster has been installed in Japan’s Shinjuku area to celebrate TVXQ‘s new Japanese album!
On September 27th, a large-scale poster of TVXQ measuring 15 meters high and 9 meters wide was set up at Shinjuku Station Square in Tokyo, Japan. It’s the largest poster ever to be displayed at this location, so it definitely reflects the high anticipation fans in Japan have for TVXQ’s comeback.
It’s not just the size of the poster that’s drawn everyone’s attention — the poster also holds the autographs of members Yunho and Changmin. Additionally, the area was lit up with colored lights to represent the red, blue, and yellow versions of TVXQ’s album, ‘TONE‘.
Meanwhile, the large-scale poster (which will be on display until the 29th) is just one of the many marketing strategies that TVXQ has been using to promote their new album. In addition to the poster, there’s also been a ‘TVXQ train’ that’s been running since the 17th, and promotional trucks with ‘TONE’ jacket images plastered on the sides have been playing TVXQ’s tracks on the streets of Tokyo.
With the hype that’s going around, we can expect to see a hot response from the Japanese crowd when the albums drops on September 28th.
Get ready Cassiopeia, because Yunho and Changmin are gearing up to rock your world once again!Source + Photo: Sports Chosun via Naver Credit: CWK @ AllKpop Shared by: hominstyle