Updated May 5 KST:
VIXX is back with more stunning visuals as they take on their second concept for their upcoming comeback, birth stones.
Like for their first concept of birth flowers, the members are wearing modern interpretations of traditional East Asian clothes, with each outfit intended to reflect the members’ respective birth stones.
Check out the images and let us know if you’re loving these, the birth flower images, or both!
Updated May 4 KST:
Costumes are an important part of VIXX’s well-rounded concepts, and we’ve finally gotten a glimpse of what they’ll look like for their latest comeback!
In keeping with the Chinese/East Asian mythology concept introduced by their first teaser (see below), the boys of VIXX are dressed in a modern interpretation of traditional East Asian clothes. Each member’s photo is also beautifully calligraphed with their birth flower.
After dropping the individual teasers, they also dropped a group shot of all six members.
“Do Won Kyung” (Peach Blossom Spring) will be released on May 15 at 6 p.m. KST.
Updated May 3 KST:
After releasing the first look at their upcoming comeback, VIXX has dropped their teaser schedule for the next week.
It looks like we will be getting concept photos over the next few days, a tracklist on May 7, a highlight medley on May 8, and a music video teaser on May 12. The music video and mini-album will drop simultaneously on May 15 at 6 p.m. KST.
— RealVIXX (@RealVIXX) May 2, 2017
As VIXX approaches their fifth debut anniversary, they are simultaneously gearing up for their new comeback!
The group previously announced that they would be previewing their comeback at their solo concert “VIXX Live Fantasia – Daydream” from May 12 to 14.
On May 2 at midnight KST, VIXX’s official Twitter account dropped the first look at their upcoming comeback. Written in Chinese characters on traditional paper, the title track and the album appear to have the same name. In Hangul, the characters spell out “Do Won Kyung.” The characters refer to the “Peach Blossom Spring” in a Chinese fable about eternal paradise.
What kind of concept do you think they’ll show us this time?
— RealVIXX (@RealVIXX) May 1, 2017