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Friday, January 30, 2009

[NEWS] Bolero/Kiss The Baby Sky/Wasurenaide was Released in Korea

Bolero/Kiss The Baby Sky/Wasurenaide is TVXQ’s 25th single which was released in Japan on January 21st and became ORICON topper both in Daily and Weekly Chart, thus makes TVXQ as the first foreign group who breaks ORICON top #1 for 6 times in Daily basis and 5 conscutive times in Weekly basis in Japan.

Bolero is a song composed by Girl Next Door’s member Suzuki Taepo who also composed their former hit, Love in The Ice whose Korean version is also well known in Korea. This song also becomes the main soundtrack of a Korea-Japan-Hong Kong joint movie, Subaru.

While Kiss The Baby Sky and Wasurenaide are songs composed by TVXQ’s members Micky Yoochun and Youngwoong Jaejoong, respectively. Kiss The Baby Sky was used as background song of a Japanese show, Zoom In! Super and Zoom In! Saturday (from October to December).

Bolero/Kiss The Baby Sky/Wasurenaide single which was released in Korea has the same spesification as the Japan version one. Breaking in 2 jackets, jacket A which contains CD + DVD and jacket B which contains CD only.

Quite different from the Japanese version one, in the CD, is inserted also one of their former Japanese single, Doushite Kimi Wo Suki Ni Natta Shimattan Darou? (remix ver).

The DVD itself contains of Bolero MV and behind the scene, and there’s also a pictorial booklet of 12 pages to complete the package.

source: Central Daily News + Hey JJ + Mr.TVXQ + Misu@TVXQINDO
news written by: sharingyoochun@wordpress
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