Rookie Group TAHITI's Unique Way To Support The Korean Athletes For The London Olympics
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2012 02:33 AM EDT
As TAHITI prepares for their official debut, they join forces with Sports Adidas Eyewear and Stylish Body's "14 Days." They plan to create a special message of support for the Korean athletes at the London Olympics.
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Their event will involve the application feature in smart phones where citizens can personally write and send their supporting messages. TAHITI will play the relayer role between Korean fans and the Korean team. This event will be held from July 23 to August 1. Prizes will be given daily for the top messages that includes the phrase, "Desire for Victory."
TAHITI is a six member girl group who has already received much praise for being a group full of beauties. They have become a hot issue already through their teaser which revealed their sweet looks and powerful energy.
The group will release their first single album on July 24, which will be the official start to their debut.
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