South Korean music duo TVXQ will release a new studio album this month.
The K-pop act, which consists of U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin, will return March 28 with their first full-length album in three years.
'King of K-POP' is back! Finally, #TVXQ! announces date of long-awaited comeback," the duo tweeted Friday. "Let's get ready! Music release 2018.03.28 6PM KST."
TVXQ, which is also known as DBSK, said they will promote the new album with a "welcome back party" the same day in Seoul.
"TVXQ! Welcome Back Party: The Chance of Love #DongBangShinKi #TVXQ! #U_Know #Max," the act wrote.
The new album will mark TVXQ's first release since the album Rise as God in July 2015. The Korea Herald reported U-Know and Max completed their mandatory military service in April and August, respectively.
TVXQ was formed as a five-member boy band in 2003. The group was known for the single "Mirotic," with U-Know and Max later releasing such songs as "Why (Keep Your Head Down)" and "Something" as a duo.
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