Synonyms for xiah or Related words with xiah

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Examples of "xiah"
Kim was the first member to join TVXQ and officially debuted with the group on December 26, 2003. He chose Xiah to be his stage name, explaining that the name was short for "Asia" (taking out the "a" in "Asia"). "Xiah" would be an implication of his desire to become not only a star in Korea, but also a star recognized all throughout Asia.
On May 22, Xiah performed '"Intoxication" for the first time at the "Girls Awards 2010", a fashion and music event held at Yoyogi First Gymnasium in Japan. The other songs in the EP were also performed at JYJ's four days "Thanksgiving Live in Dome Tour" concert held at Osaka Dome and Tokyo Dome in June. Xiah also performed "Intoxication" at Avex's nationwide "a-nation" tour throughout August. In October 2010, Xiah sang the Korean version of "Intoxication" at "Kim Junsu Musical Concert, Levay with Friends".
In 2007, the single's B-side was covered in Korean as "Daydream" by supergroup AnyBand, consisting of BoA, Xiah Junsu, Tablo and Jin Bora. The song was also covered by Korean singer BoA's self-titled English debut album "BoA" (2009).
Musical group AnyBand is a promotional band formed by cell phone brand Samsung's Anycall, which promoted their product "AnyBand" new cell phones. Musical group AnyBand consists of BoA, Xiah Junsu, Tablo, and jazz pianist Jin Bora.
In October 2010, Levay worked with Xiah Junsu of JYJ to prepare for a musical concert - "Kim Junsu Musical Concert, Levay with Friends" in South Korea to be held at Seoul's Olympic Gymnastics Arena.
The TRAX members Typhoon, Rose, and Attack first appeared in the "2002 Survival Audition HeeJun vs. KangTa Battle of the Century" along with former TVXQ member Xiah Junsu and Super Junior's Sungmin and Eunhyuk. The band made their first public appearance in BoA's eleventh single "Rock With You" in December 2003.
The Rising Sun Tour featured solo performances of each TVXQ member. Xiah Junsu performed a cover of Blue's 2001 debut single "All Rise" and invited Super Junior member Eunhyuk to perform as a guest rapper. Max Changmin covered Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel", but due to copyright restrictions, his performance was cut off from the CD and DVD setlist.
The current world record of beating "Super Mario 64" using glitches to skip large portions of the game - without collecting any stars in the process - sits on 6 minutes and 44 seconds. This record was set by akira06072525 in August 2015. The run was a three-second improvement over the former record set by Xiah.
Xiah is the first Japanese EP of Kim Junsu of JYJ. It was released by Rhythm Zone on 26 May 2010 in two versions: Jacket A, a CD+DVD version which includes a music video with 4 tracks, and Jacket B, a CD only version which contains 5 tracks.
The actors received high critical praise for their performances. The story was broken down into two main parts. The first part focuses on Siwon's recovery after the surgery, and his realization that he killed Han Geng and has his heart. The second part shows the hostage situation more clearly. Zhang and Xiah are featured in the second part of the music video.
Kim began his solo career in 2010 with the release of Japanese EP "Xiah", which peaked at number-two on Japan's Oricon singles chart. The same year, he took the role of Wolfgang in his debut musical "Mozart!", receiving critical acclaim and commercial success. After the release of "Xiah", Kim's solo music career was sent into hiatus because of a discord between him and his Japanese label Avex Trax that led to the sudden suspension of all his activities in Japan. In May 2012, he released his first full-length Korean solo studio album "Tarantallegra", while being represented by new management agency C-JeS Entertainment. Following the release, he embarked on his first headlining world tour. He returned with his second Korean solo studio album, "Incredible", in July 2013.
The lead single is a fast-tempo fusion of rock, hip hop, and electronic trance. The music video took several days to complete as its footage was shot in several different countries. U-Know Yunho's footage was shot in Japan, Micky Yoochun's and Max Changmin's in Prague, Hero Jaejoong's in Thailand, and Xiah Junsu's in South Korea. The music video showcases intense and unique dance choreography with stylized outfits.
Despite having TVXQ's activities on hiatus due to a lawsuit filed by Xiah and two other members of TVXQ (Kim Jaejoong and Park Yuchun) against their South Korean label SM Entertainment, he decided to debut as a solo act in Japan. Prior to its release, 160,000 copies of the album had been pre-ordered. It came in #2 on the Oricon Daily Charts with first day sales amounted to 118, 510 units.
In 2006, Changmin starred with TVXQ in the miniseries "Vacation" which had a special premiere and screening at the main auditorium of Yonsei University. He appeared in the episode beside Xiah. They also participated in a number of episodes of "Banjun Drama", a popular minidrama series aired on SBS network. He was also the first choice in the drama Snow Flower, but was replaced by Kim Ki Bum due his hectic TVXQ schedule.
The album had been in production since 2007, but the title was not decided upon until January 2008. TVXQ members Xiah Junsu and Max Changmin participated directly in the making of the album, penning the lyrics for "노을.. 바라보다 (Picture of You)" and "Love in the Ice", respectively. In addition, members Hero Jaejoong and Micky Yoochun composed and wrote the lyrics to "사랑아 울지마 (Don't Cry My Lover)" and "사랑 안녕 사랑 (Love Bye Love)", respectively, for version C of the album.
With TVXQ members U-Know Yunho and Xiah Junsu, Park wrote the rap lyrics to "Love After Love", which appeared on their second Korean studio album, "Rising Sun". For the group's Japanese releases, Park wrote and co-composed with Hero for "T", TVXQ's third Japanese album. In September 2009, he and Hero released a self-written duet, "Colors (Melody and Harmony)/Shelter", which was used as the image song for Hello Kitty's 35th anniversary.
In 2009, three members of K-pop boyband TVXQ - Hero Jaejoong, Micky Yoochun and Xiah Junsu - took their management company SM Entertainment to court, claiming that the company's 13-year-contract was too long, too restrictive, and gave them almost none of the profits from their success. The South Korean court accepted their claim, and its decision prompted the country's Fair Trade Commission to issue a "model contract" to improve the boyband's situation.
Following her first two singles of the album, "Timeless" and "Y (Why...)", most of the songs on the album were ballads. The album contained three duets: The Chinese version of her first single, "Timeless", featuring Xiah of TVXQ; "交错的爱", featuring Jonghyun, her company junior before he was included in SHINee; and "纯真的爱", a R&B ballad featuring Song Bingyang, her childhood friend.
Formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2003, TVXQ began as a five-member boy band composed of members U-Know Yunho, Max Changmin, Hero Jaejoong, Micky Yoochun, and Xiah Junsu. They were immediately launched to mainstream recognition following the release of their first physical single "Hug" (2004), which peaked at number four on the MIAK monthly music chart. Their first studio albums "Tri-Angle" (2004) and "Rising Sun" (2005) were both top sellers, pushing the band's popularity beyond Korea. Under Avex, TVXQ entered the Japanese market with their first Japanese album "Heart, Mind and Soul" (2006), but it was met with limited success.
He made his debut as the drummer (with the stage name Rose) in the rock band TRAX in 2004. Prior to debut, No Min-woo appeared in "2002 Survival Audition HeeJun vs. KangTa Battle of the Century" with bandmates Typhoon and Attack, as well as Xiah Junsu , Super Junior's Sungmin and Eunhyuk. No Minwoo left TRAX in 2006, and briefly became a guitarist for The Romantist before it disbanded. In 2009 he returned to the music scene as the leader of the project group 24/7, with Lee Jang-woo and Hyun Woo. They released the single "24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week".