Lovin’ You is DBSK/TVXQ’s 11th Japanese single (from the album T), and at the time the most successful one since their Japanese debut. They published it under the name of Tohoshinki/東方神起 on June 13, 2007 in Japan, and June 20, 2007, just a week later, in South Korea.
As far as the visuals go, this is one of my favorite CD jackets. The simple combination of shades of white both on the CD and member’s clothing accented with a shiny silver and bright red really make for an eye-pleasing design.
The packaging is simple, both in contents and design. You get a CD, a 12 page photo book and lyrics sheet in a jewel case, as well as the usual obi strip, S.M. advertisement and, if you purchase first print, one random member photocard as well as a group photocard. While the lyrics in the photo book are written in Japanese (Hiragana and Kanji ) a lyrics sheet insert is added to Korean version for Korean audience with both the Japanese transliteration to Hangul on one side and translation to Korean on the other.
The first print edition comes with two photo cards, one solo shot of a random member – I got Shim Changmin and one Tohoshinki group shot.
The CD itself follows the simple white and silver design, and has the ripped-paper effect like the jacket cover.
Track listing for Lovin’ You Korean edition:
|“Lovin’ You”||H.U.B||Mikio Sakai (酒井ミキオ)||05:50|
|“約束 (Extra NBS Mix)”||H.U.B||Remixed by SJR||05:18|
|“Lovin’ You” (Instrumental)||–||Mikio Sakai (酒井ミキオ)||05:50|
Unlike the previous TVXQ CD I unboxed – “Hug” – this CD does not contain all the strange junk files but simply the five songs which makes it much more user friendly.
- Only CD Ver. (this current version you are viewing)
- CD + DVD Ver. (DVD contains Lovin’ You MV and an Offshoot Movie)
- Fan club Ver. (Bigeast)