T-ARA Shows off Flawless Teamwork in Comeback as a 8 Member Girl Group
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 07:25 PM EDT
T-ARA successfully finished a series of comeback stages as a new and improved 8 member girl group.
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On July 8th's episode of SBS Inkigayo, they started off their comeback stage with their new song "Day By Day" and their ballad "Don't Leave". They showed a more mature stage presence, accompanied by addictive melody and rhythm and dressed in unified black outfits for "Day By Day".
The newest member, Ahreum, didn't seem out of place, fitting in perfectly with the rest of the members and announced a new stage in T-ARA's career. The 9th member Dani was shown in the music video for "Day by Day" but will not be performing with the group until she gets in more practice time.
"Day by Day" is a song written by famous songwriters Cho Young Su, Kim Tae Hyun and Ahn Young Min. It was the number 1 on many Korean music charts with its release on the 4th.
Meanwhile, T-ARA plans to have a celebration for the creation of their official fanclub "Queens" at Kyunghee University on the 14th of this month.
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