It’s about TVXQ winning number 1 on the Oricon Chart in Japan for “Catch Me -If you wanna-“.Credit: 520031226ing @ YT Shared by: hominstyle
Max Changmin has won the Best Rookie Award at a Japanese film awards ceremony.
According to the Japanese Academy Association on the 22nd of January, TVXQ’s Max Changmin has been chosen to win the ‘Best Rookie Award’ at the ’36th Japanese Academy Awards’ for his role in ‘Run with the Gold’ last year.
In his first movie debut, Max Changmin played the role of Momo, a North Korean bomb expert. Though he had to act in Japanese, he showcased his excellent language abilities, even talking in a specific dialect, and perfectly expressed the inner pains of Momo. The association has stated that there are enough reasons for Max Changmin to receive the Best Rookie Award.
Max Changmin made his acting debut in the drama ‘Paradise Ranch’ in 2011 and continued on to appear in ‘Athena: Goddess of War’ and ‘Run with the Gold’. He has been showing his potential as a rookie actor and has increased the anticipation surrounding his future acting career.
He has started off the year with a variety show. The first episode of KBS 2TV’s new program ‘Moonlight Prince’ aired on the 22nd, and Max Changmin plans to show off a different side of him that people haven’t seen before.Source: [newsen] Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net
TVXQ have become the first overseas artistes to have 12 singles top the Oricon charts in Japan.
On the 22nd, TVXQ’s agency stated, “TVXQ’s new single ‘Catch Me-If you wanna-’, which was released on the 16th, topped the daily Oricon singles charts as soon as it was released. It topped the weekly charts as well, making it their 12th single to top the Oricon weekly singles charts.”
TVXQ’s success has broken their own record for the most singles topping the Oricon weekly charts as overseas artistes. This is their 28th single to enter the TOP 10 of the weekly single charts since their 7th single ‘SKY’ in August, 2006, breaking the record for the most #1 singles and the most singles in the TOP 10 of the weekly singles charts released by overseas artistes. Their latest single contains the Japanese version of ‘Catch Me’, the title song of TVXQ’s 6th Korean album last September. ‘Catch Me’ topped various music charts in Korea, Thailand, Taiwan and Japan.
Oricon’s official homepage posted an article with the title, “TVXQ score their 12th chart-topping single! Breaking the record for ‘the most #1 singles’ for overseas singers”.
Meanwhile, TVXQ will be releasing their new Japanese album ‘TIME’ on the 6th of March and will begin their Dome Tour (Tokyo Dome, Oksaka Kyocera Dome, Fukuoka Yahoo!Japan Dome, Sapporo Dome, Nagoya Dome) on the 27th of April with their Saitama Super Arena performance.Source: [TV report] Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net
Here’s introducing the photo session for the album cover of ‘Catch Me -If you wanna-”~ (^^)
The cover was taken in two styles! It was smoothly done throughout the photo taking ♪ With two different-looking concepts, it became the cover photos that will leave an impression (^^)v
Yunho who made a determining pose. Perfect.
Seeing Changmin’s expressions through the mirror is very heart thumping. Continue reading
TVXQ have topped the Oricon charts yet again.
TVXQ released their new Japanese single ‘Catch me – If you wanna’ on the 16th of January, and immediately topped the Oricon Daily Charts. With sales of 84,600 copies, they won with a wide margin between them and second place.
Their latest single includes the Japanese version of their Korean song ‘Catch Me’, and is being used as the theme song for the FujiTV drama ‘Saki’. This is their first Japanese single in a while, and the response they received from fans was explosive.
TVXQ’s individual activities have begun with the start of the new year. U-Know Yunho is currently appearing in the SBS drama ‘Queen of Ambition’, while Max Changmin will be appearing in the KBS 2TV variety show ‘Moonlight Prince’.
Meanwhile, TVXQ will be releasing their sixth Japanese album ‘Time’ on the 6th of March.Source: [newsen] Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net