In Japan, the group's image and music has shifted towards a different market from the one in South Korea.
Owing to their more mature fan base in Japan, TVXQ has gravitated towards a cappella and melodic pop songs rather than the heavy and fast pop tunes, coupled with intensive dance choreography, that are commonly seen in their usual hits in South Korea.
However the song of their first album, '믿어요(I Believe...)', was a ballad.
--Wikipedia Members Jung Yunho (U-Know) - baritone, leader Kim Jaejoong (Hero) - main vocals Park Yoochun (Micky) - bass-baritone Kim Junsu (Xiah) - baritenor Shim Changmin (Max) - tenor Other Folders DBSK Couple Talk Wiki Roll[Edit]TVXQ (often stylized TVXQ!
or TVf XQ), an acronym for Tong Vfang Xien Qi (東方神起), is a quintet South Korean boy band formed under SM Entertainment in 2003.
With their releases in 2004, the group showed a versatility in style.
With consecutive releases, they have not moved from this formula, as their second and third albums have had a similar mixture without moving outside of the mainstream.
In South Korea they are known as Dong Bang Shin Ki or Dong Bang Shin Gi (동방신기).
They were later introduced in Japan as Tōhōshinki (東方神起, Tōhōshinki? Their name roughly translates as "Rising Gods of the East".2005: Second Korean album Rising Sun During 2005, TVXQ expanded its career into Japan.The group marked its official debut in Japan with the release of the single Stay with Me Tonight on April 27, 2005.The group has gained popularity in South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan and other East Asian countries.In Korea, they are better known as Dong Bang Shin Ki (often abbreviated as DBSG or DBSK) while the Japanese equivalent of the group's name is Tōhōshinki (abbreviated as THSK).The group eventually released two singles ("Hug" and "The Way U Are"), accompanied by photo books, before their first album in 2004.