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PostSubject: Shinhwa's Andy Advises TVXQ   Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:07 am

“Leaving the company is the second trial which is harder from the debut time.”

“It will be hard, like having to debut all over again.”

Andy, member of idol group Shinhwa with the longest career, who is in the
middle of his solo activities, revealed his “personal opinion” about
TVXQ’s situation which is a hot issue in the K-pop world.

Andy who debuted in 1999 under the same company as TVXQ, SM Entertainment,
as Shinhwa, has gained lots of popularity. But as soon as the exclusive
contract was over, he and the rest of the members had to move to
another entertainment company and continuously did activities with

Recently,in the interview with Sports Dong-A, Andy cautiously stated
“I sincerely would like TVXQ and their fans who have
been with them since the beginning to get back together and continue
their activities." and “They should know that if they find another way,
they have to start all over again.”

The days after leaving Shinhwa's debut company, Andy says,
“It was a great difficulty,” and stressed “They should know that
when they leave their debut company, it takes more effort and it
is two - three times harder than when they first debuted.”

While Shinhwa’s group activity is on hold due to
its members on army service, Andy has continued with his solo
activities and scouted new singers, and has turned into a CD producer.
In his own company, he has assembled a casting team, and together with
(the casting team) has been searching for new entertainers/trainees.

Because of this, Andy is looking at the music industry as a producer. With his
experience, he added, "Idol groups that gained popularity quickly think
that their efforts are what's important, but still thinking that it is
dangerous,"and "You must acknowledge the fact that the company has
capabilities and talent."

Source: donga.com
Translation: ndy @ OneTVXQ.com
Special thanks: 2MY @ OneTVXQ.com
Credits: OneTVXQ.com { One World. One Red Ocean. One TVXQ! }
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