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At a voluntary arbitration at the Seoul Central District Court, SM Entertainment finally agreed that its contract ended July 31, 2009, and that it would no longer interfere with JYJ’s endeavors in Korea.
Throughout his career as TVXQ's member, Kim had written and composed several songs that appeared on the group's Korean and Japanese releases. At TVXQ's second Asian tour, he performed a solo self-composed dance track called "My Page".
The Seoul Central District Court granted the three members a temporary contract injunction in October 2009 and ruled that SM cannot interfere with their individual activities but also that they can only act as members of TVXQ through SM Entertainment.
In November 2012, the three years and four months lawsuit concluded as SM Entertainment and JYJ reached a mutual agreement to terminate all contracts between the two parties and not to interfere with each other's activities in the future.
It is a remake of Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini's duet, originally recorded in 2003.
He also made an appearance in the second part of "Timeless"' music video.
In 2007, he was chosen to be part of Samsung's Anycall project group, Anyband.
The band comprises former label-mate female singer Bo A, Tablo of South Korean hip-hop group Epik High and jazz pianist Jin Bora.
He has an older fraternal twin brother named Kim Junho, who is also a singer mainly active in Japan and China where he is more well known by his stage names JUNO and ZUNO.
Kim made his debut in 2003 as a member of TVXQ, a boy band produced and formed by South Korean record label and talent agency S. Entertainment, having previously been a trainee for six years.
He had released four Korean albums, four Japanese albums, thirty Japanese singles and several Korean singles during his first six years in the music industry as TVXQ.
His first composition was a ballad titled "Nae Gyeote Sumsuil Su Ittdamyeon (White Lie)" (네 곁에 숨쉴 수 있다면), included in TVXQ's third Korean studio album, "O"-Jung. He also composed his solo slow-ballad "Rainy Night" of TVXQ's nineteenth Japanese single, If.../Rainy Night, an installment of the group's non-album release "TRICK" project.
For TVXQ's Korean comeback in 2008, he wrote "Noeur... 바라보다), which was featured in TVXQ's fourth Korean album.