SUPER JUNIOR vs. TVXQ: K-Pop Madness 2017 — Best Boy Band [Final Round]
March Madness 2017 is a month-long competition on PopCrush to determine the best of the best of South Korean boy bands and girl groups.
To say that K-pop fans are dedicated would be an understatement of the century: the semi-final round of PopCrush's search to determine the best of the Korean boy bands and girl groups has officially ended after 20 million votes (!), and we're down to the final round for each bracket. For the guys? It's SUPER JUNIOR, who moves on after a neck-and-neck battle against BTS, moving through to the final round with 50.93% of the vote. And in the other corner, it's TVXQ, who narrowly bested EXO, moving on with 51.24% of the vote.
And now, it's time for both troupes to give it all they've got in the final round.
SUPER JUNIOR, which first debuted well over a decade ago, recently revealed that they're working on a new album, and are planning to make a major comeback at the end of 2017. Their last effort, Devil, was released in 2015 — so it's more than time for their return.
With Yunho and Changmin’s mandatory military service ending in 2017, TVXQ is plotting what is expected to be a massive comeback to the K-pop scene this year. Their last studio album, Rise as God, was released in 2015.
The battle starts now: place your vote between SUPER JUNIOR and TVXQ. This round ends on March 31 at midnight.
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