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Members of South Korean K-pop band TVXQ perform during a concert held at Hanoi's My Dinh stadium on November 29, 2012. (AFP/Hoang Dinh Nam)
TVXQ and Super Junior will make long-anticipated returns with new albums to reclaim the throne of the Asianwide fever of K-pop music, known as "hallyu", according to their agencies on Monday.
TVXQ will put out its eighth full-length album, titled New Chapter #1: The Chance of Love, on March 28, S.M. Entertainment said.
The lead song, "The Chance of Love", is a dance-pop genre number based on swing jazz featuring an addictive hook and guitar riff. It is about the duo's stories of destined love and work.
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Super Junior will release a repackaged version of its eighth full album, Play, on April 12.
The new album, titled Replay, will have "Shadowless," the new song from the boy band's vocal unit, SuperJunior K.R.Y., in addition to tracks from the eighth album, according to Label SJ, which is affiliated with S.M. Entertainment
"The title song of the upcoming repackaged album will be 180 degrees different from the group's existing style of music," the agency said in a release.