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On April 14, 2010, it was announced the creation of a new group JUNSU / JEJUNG / YUCHUN by the three members that started the legal disputes.On November 23, 2010, SM Entertainment announced Tong Vfang Xien Qi comeback including only two members, U-Know and Max.In 2009 legal disputes arisen with SM Entertainment leaving at that moment the future of the group in Korea uncertain.One year later, in April 2010, avex stated through a press release that their activities in Japan were also put in hold or suspended.Eventually the single reached to sell more than 237,000 copies.Five months later, in June 24, they release their second single, "The Way U Are" wich debuted at #2 on the charts and becoming the 9th best selling record of the year, selling 214,069 copies.Eventually, the album managed to sold 58,000 copies in Japan and 32,000 copies in Korea.

In March, 2006, TVXQ released their fourth Japanese single, "Asu wa Kuru Kara", and their Japanese debut album, Heart, Mind and Soul.The title track for the single was used as the 17th ending theme for the anime One Piece, becoming their first Japanese tie-in.Heart, Mind and Soul debuted on the weekly Oricon album chart at #25 and sold 36,397 copies.TVXQ joined the stage to perform two songs from their debut single, which was released a few days later, "Hug" and the A Capella song collaboration with Bo A, "Oh Holy Night" On January 14, 2004 they released "Hug".The single peaked at #4 on the monthly charts and sold a total of 169,532 copies, making it the 14th best selling record of the year.

In March, 2006, TVXQ released their fourth Japanese single, "Asu wa Kuru Kara", and their Japanese debut album, Heart, Mind and Soul.The title track for the single was used as the 17th ending theme for the anime One Piece, becoming their first Japanese tie-in.Heart, Mind and Soul debuted on the weekly Oricon album chart at #25 and sold 36,397 copies.TVXQ joined the stage to perform two songs from their debut single, which was released a few days later, "Hug" and the A Capella song collaboration with Bo A, "Oh Holy Night" On January 14, 2004 they released "Hug".The single peaked at #4 on the monthly charts and sold a total of 169,532 copies, making it the 14th best selling record of the year."Sky" debuted at #6 on the Oricon charts and sold 26,890 copies, it was their first release to enter in Oricon's top 10.