TVXQ Live World Tour “Catch Me” in Malaysia @ Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam

Fans of Asia’s biggest alternative K-POP band, TVXQ, who fondly refer to themselves as Cassiopeia, shall have to wait no longer for the return of the K-Pop Kings! The TVXQ! Legacy lives on as the boys continue their record breaking streak, filling out arenas and stadiums across the globe with their new world tour TVXQ LIVE WORLD TOUR “CATCH ME”.

TVXQ was temporarily stepped out of the lime light since The 3rd Asia Tour Concert Mirotic in Seoul in 2009. Four years on, TVXQ members Uknow and Max returned to the K-Pop music scene in the form of a duo and introduced the brand new album Catch Me in 2012. After an absence of 6 years, the K-POP duo, TVXQ will be back to dazzle fans with their live world tour “Catch Me”.

More pictures after the jump break.

TVXQ's Uknow
TVXQ's Max 

TVXQ is also known as Cassiopeia and Tong Vfang Xien Qi (東方神起).

Cassiopeia is the official fan club of South Korean band, TVXQ. It was named after the 5-starred constellation, Cassiopeia, by member Max Changmin. Its counterpart in Japan is called BigEast. The fan club was formed on April 23, 2006, a few years after the group's debut. The official fanclub color is pearl red, signifying passion. April 23 is celebrated by fans as Cassiopeia Day.

Cassiopeia is claimed the largest fan club in South Korea, with over 800,000 members registered on their Daum fancafe, Yuaerubi. Its membership totalled to over 920,000 members internationally in 2009. In 2008, Cassiopeia was listed in ‘Guinness Book of Records’ for "World's Largest Fanclub". Cassiopeia was again listed as the "World's Largest Fanclub" in 2011. International fans of TVXQ who do not belong to the official Daum fancafe or have SMTown membership also call themselves Cassiopeia.

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