TVXQ To Release The Japanese Version Of ‘Catch Me’ In Their New Single On The 16th

TVXQ will be releasing a new single in Japan and pursuing activities there once again.

The Japanese version of ‘Catch Me -If you wanna’ and ‘I Know’ will be included in TVXQ’s 36th Japanese single.

‘Catch Me’ was the title song of TVXQ’s 6th album, which was released last October as their first Korean album in one year and eight months, and is a new-age dance song that combines electronic sound with an orchestra, as well as dub step and an easy-to-follow melody. The song has already become a hot topic for being chosen as the title song for the FujiTV suspense drama ‘Saki’, which began airing on the 8th.

The second song ‘I Know’ is a melodious ballad that expresses the feelings of a man who swears an eternal love for his beloved, who has already changed her mind. The group plans to entrance their fans with a new kind of charm with ‘I Know’ as it is completely different from the powerful and charismatic title song ‘Catch Me’.

Meanwhile, TVXQ will be starting their Dome Tour on the 27th of April at the Saitama Super Arena, as well as Tokyo Dome, Osaka Kyocera Dome, Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome and Sapporo Dome.

Source: [enews 24]
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