T-ARA Boram's Younger Sister Wooram, "I Hope to Become an Amazing Singer Like My Sister"

By Staff Writer | July 31, 2012 05:22 PM EDT

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Girl group T-ara Boram's younger sister OoRam showed her affection for her older sister. (Photo : ooram)

Girl group T-ARA Boram's younger sister Wooram showed her affection for her older sister.

The 3-member girl group D-Unit that Wooram is in will hold a guerilla concert on the 31st in Seoul. This is held by cable channel MBC Music reality probram "Welcome to D-Unit," and they will be singing their songs from their first album.

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D-Unit had already sung 4 songs for the opening stage of 'Summer Wave Festival' at Caribbean Bay, where they caught the ears of 3,000 people.

D-Unit's Wooram said, "I thank you for your interest and support. It's still before our debut but we've already been receiving so much attention. At T-ARA Japan concert, my sister Boram told me that if I do what I do normally, things will work out. I will try my best to become a great singer like my sister."

Photo Credits: Pastar Entertainment

Tagged :  D-Unit, Wooram, Boram, T-ARA

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