TVXQ!’s New Japanese Song Achieves Second Place On 1st Day of Sales

TVXQ!’s new song which was released in Japan has achieved the second spot on the Oricon charts.

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According to Japan’s largest music chart, Oricon, TVXQ!’s 40th single entitled Hide & Seek/Something has achieved sales up to 74,000 copies and recorded number two on the charts on the 1st day of sales.

On the same day, Japanese idol group Hey! Say! JUMP’s latest single has sold 102,591 copies which makes it first on the singles chart.

Hide and Seek, the title song of ‘Hide & Seek/Something’, has a strong rock sound and it is also known as a local Japan medical drama’s theme song and gathered much expectations even before the release.

This single also includes the Japanese version of Something, which was released previously in TVXQ!’s 7th Korean album ‘TENSE’.

On the other hand, TVXQ! will release their new Japanese album, ‘TREE’ on March 5.

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This article originally published at Osen here.

In Conjunction With U-Know’s Birthday, Japanese Fans Have Donated For 4 Years

In commemoration of the birthday of a TVXQ! member, U-Know Yunho (February 6th), Japanese fans have decided to donate again.

The Gwangju society welfare public collection centre has revealed that they received donations from the Japanese fansite “Jung Yunho Fan Blog Ring One“. The total amount received was 5 million won.

This 5 million won will be given to U-Know Yunho’s alma mater in Gwangju, the Gwangil high school, and to sponsor poor students as scholarships.

Since 2011, this Yunho fanclub has donated scholarships, white rice and so on. Up till now, they have donated 8200 million won.

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[Article is translated by Jewel from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]

This article originally published at News1 Korea here.