“Mirotic” is the title track for Dong-bang-shin-ki (DBSK) from their new 4th album. Origins of the song are international. Danish songwriting team, Remee/Troelsen helped to write. The duo incidentially also had a hand in Boa’s new salaciously titled track, “Eat you up”. And Kenny Wormald, who has worked with Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Chris Brown will do the choreography.

The title is actually derived from the Chinese character or Hanja, “miro’ which means labyrinth and the English suffix “tic.”

DSBK’s fresh track will be sold at online music sites (Korea) on September 19th.


Dong Bang Shin Ki is finally back with their 4th album ‘Mirotic’ after 1 year and 7months.

The album, which is set to be released on the 24th, was first revealed to the fans on various music site on 19th September, receiving overwhelming response from fans.

The 4th album includes the Reverse beat track title song ‘MIROTIC’ amongst 11 other songs of genre R&B, ballad and Jazz. What was also special for their album is that there are 2 songs which members Xiah JunSu and Max ChangMin did the lyrics to.

Xiah JunSu did the lyrics for the pop ballad ‘노을…바라보다’ while Max ChangMin did the Korean lyrics to the song ‘Love in the Ice’ which was also collected in their 3rd Japanese album ‘T’. Also member Hero JaeJoong did a rap for the first time in the song ‘Wrong Number’ amongst the many things to look forward to in the album.


On the other hand, Dong Bang Shin Ki will doing their album showcase ‘Dong Bang Shin Ki Autumn Mini Concert‘ on 21st September in Seoul ShiCheon.


Credits: obsessionsunlimited & sookyeong




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