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T-ARA Hyomin, "We are 'Infinite Challenge' and '1N2D' of the Music Industry"

By Staff Writer | July 27, 2012 11:10 AM EDT

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T-ara's Hyomin called her group as 'Infinite Challenge' and '1 Night 2 Days' of the music industry, catching attention. (Photo : t-ara)

T-ARA's Hyomin called her group as 'Infinite Challenge' and '1 Night 2 Days' of the music industry, catching attention.

On the 26th, during the interview with reporters at the press conference for Japan Tokyo Budokan, Hyomin said "We are the 'Infinite Challenge' and '1 Night 2 Days' of the music industry. I'm not saying that we are first place, but because we are always trying different challenges."

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Hyomin said, "We worked with about 15 songs from debut until now, and every song was a different concept. When it was the 70s concept, I really borrowed clothes from my mom or got old school uniforms at the KBS prop room."

She continued, "We want to look pretty like other girl groups too but we are used to throwing away our heels and wearing school sneakers."

Soyeon also said, "'Day by Day' was a concept of having no concept."

Photo Credits: Star News

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