'Music Core' T-ARA, Hwayoung Suffering from Injury Makes a Surprise Appearance... "Possible Because..."
By Staff Writer | July 28, 2012 01:57 PM EDT
Girl Group T-ARA made music, that pleased ears, with their sad voices.
T-ARA, on MBC "Show! Music Core" that aired on July 28th, performed their new song "Day By Day."
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They received attention with their sad voices and fascinating dance moves. They showed facial expressions that matched the lyrics of the song.
Especially on this day, Hwayoung who suffered from an injury made a surprise appearance with her rap. This was only possible because it was recorded on the 23rd, which was before she was injured.
"Day By Day" that was composed by Cho Young Soo and Kim Tae Hwan and written by Ahn Young Min has a flute introduction that is impressive and also supports Hwayoungs rap.
Meanwhile, BEAST, Super Junior, SISTAR, T-ARA, Jang Wooyoung, After School, A Pink, B.A.P, Dal Shabet, M.I.B., NU'EST, Red Apple, A-Jax, Juniel, GLAM, Shes, C-Clown, Paek Chung Kang, Ka Ox, Big Star, Tahiti, etc. performed.
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