JYJ member Junsu revealed during a press conference that the group is working towards releasing a new album in the middle of 2013.
Junsu is currently on a solo world tour in promotion of his latest album "Tarantallaga". During a press conference before a performance in Germany on November 30th, the singer made the announcement about the album.
"It's true that JYJ will release a new album next year. It will be sometime in the middle of the year We'll be promoting individually until the beginning of the year, but we think we can stand together as JYJ around the middle of the year," he told reporters.
Last week, SM Entertainment and JYJ ended their legal battle with each other, dropping all charges and promising not to go after each other anymore. With a new album on the way, many fans are hopeful that JYJ will be able to promote in Korea for the first time since coming together as a trio.
"If this result allows us to appear on broadcast again, then it should have happened 3 years ago when we first got into the lawsuit," Junsu stated.
While there is hope that JYJ will be able to perform on shows like "Music Bank" and "Inkigayo", the singer is unsure if they'll be welcome on other programs. He is a little more certain that a 5 member TVXQ reunion will be possible.
"We wanted to fight against the company's unfairness, not leave TVXQ, but it had to happen. It's sad and regretful. I feel sorry for the fans, but the name TVXQ will remain forever," he said.