The best thing about a TVXQ comeback isn’t the amazing music or the chance to drool over Max and Yunho — it’s watching the duo perform. There’s no doubt that together, they’re the best performance act in pop music today, even trumping accomplished stage superstars like Pink, Beyonce, and SHINee. If there’s anybody that can come close to them, it’s possibly Junsu, but outside of their former bandmate, they’re utterly untouchable.
Since returning two weeks ago with their Catch Me album and single, the duo finally held their first comeback stage on tonight’s Music Bank. And just as expected, it was another typically unmissable TVXQ performance that’s guaranteed to purify the unworthy eyes of anybody who dares to witness such an epic spectacle.
The “Catch Me” choreography from the music video is so hardcore and intricate that I wasn’t sure if TVXQ could equal it on stage, but not only did they match it move for move, they surpassed it. There was a raw aggression and energy here that you just can’t get from anything but a live performance, not to mention that it was perfect on the technical front. The whole thing was legitimately jaw dropping in every sense.
The only thing that would’ve made this better is if Yunho and Max dragged me on stage by my hair and humped me to the beat of “Good Night”.
Who else agrees???
Now excuse me while I go replay this performance fifty million times.