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2nd gen love never dies

I was listening to SHINee’s 1and1 repackage on the way to work this morning and it was really hitting me how great it really is. The harmonies are so insanely good. They have just honed their sound to perfection. It got me thinking about a lot of the “older” (mostly 2nd gen) groups that fans drift away from as new groups show up. There’s nothing wrong with being a fan of the trendy groups of the day, but fans are really losing out by not checking out albums from these older groups. The older groups are really at the top of their game, having been together so long, experiencing so much, and experimenting with tons of different styles and sounds. A lot of these groups are putting out the best albums of their careers in the last couple years - SHINee 1of1/1and1 (my favorite), B.A.P Noir (amazing), B1A4 Good Timing (zero filler on this album), CNBLUE 7ºCN (a group playing actual instruments!) TVXQ’s last album Rise as God (literally God-level), 2PM Gentleman’s Game, No.5 (killed me with their sexiness). These albums are full of differing styles, great songwriting, creativity, and fabulous vocals by a bunch of guys who have been in the game for a long time. Part of what’s great about all of these groups/albums is that they don’t really cater to trends anymore. So while they may not be as trendy/popular, they get to focus on what’s most important - just making great songs that fit the strengths of the group. It’s a shame that people miss out on it. But anyway. I’m here to sing the praises of groups like these and I still look forward to all their new releases.

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TVXQ Confirmed To Appear On JTBC's "Ask Us Anything"

TVXQ Confirmed To Appear On JTBC’s “Ask Us Anything”

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TVXQ’s Yunho and Changmin have been confirmed to appear on JTBC’s “Ask Us Anything”!

On September 22, the show’s staff responded to reports and said, “TVXQ will indeed be appearing on our show. They will be filming their episode on September 28.”

Fans now have two shows to wait for, as TVXQ is also set to appear on KBS’s “Happy Together”with Lee Seung Chul. With their appearance on “Ask Us…

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SM groups as family members

TVXQ: the dad of the fam v cool every mom in the nursery has a crush on him

SUJU: the dotting uncle u have will embarrassed u in front of ur friends someone pls stop him

SNSD: sister who’s popular in school everyone wants to be friends w them is always late in family gathering and arrives looking lit af w starbucks on hand

SHINEE: ur brother forgotten by ur grandfather but is v cool with it. always the life of family gathering. ATE THE WHOLE CAKE ONCE ACCIDENTALLY

fx: ur cousin who’s popular in social networks. has 700 likes w one of her selca and does yt tutorial for aesthetic makeup

exo: popular younger brother but is a walking meme. will probably fight anyone who fights u. still dabs bcos millenial

red velvet: bby sister too pure for dis world but is secretly evil. gave u a cookie once which melted ur heart. It’s raisins.

nct: the youngest cousin and the baby of the whole fam. trying v hard and is confused w what he’s doing most of the time.

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K-POP Legends (1/???) DONG BANG SHIN KI (동방신기, Rising Gods Of The East)

Formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2003, TVXQ began as a five-member boy band that  rose to international prominence in the late 2000s, after the group achieved critical acclaim in the Korean music industry for their best-selling albums “O”-Jung.Ban.Hap. (2006) and Mirotic (2008).  Selling over 10 million records in the first 10 years of their career, TVXQ have become one of Asia’s most successful music acts of their generation. They are often referred to as “Asia’s Stars” and the “Kings of K-pop" for their immense success and contributions to the Hallyu. According to the Oricon, TVXQ have the most number-one singles for a foreign artist, and is Japan’s best-selling foreign music act in CD singles of all time. Their Time Tour, one of the highest-grossing concert tours of 2013, is the highest-attended concert tour held by a foreign music act in Japan. With the tour, the duo became the first non-Japanese Asian artists to headline a nationwide five-Dome tour, and were the first foreign artists to perform in the Nissan Stadium. Billboard has described the group as "K-pop royalty”.