SECRET Takes Over Music Chart with Their Comeback

By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 05:28 PM EDT

The girl group SECRET, who came back after a year with the song "Poison" took over the music chart.

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SECRET took over the real-time music charts such as melon, Mnet, Bugs, Olleh, Soribada with their title song. The girls made a comeback on "M Countdown" on Thursday. They also became of the most searched terms online on various portal sites, in addition to the photo spread of fashion magazine 'Nylon,' marking their successful comeback. 
 
Hyosung, who's getting attention with her first short hair, captured the camera with her charisma and received compliments with her nice body and outfit that shows both feminine and sexy side. 
 
Sunhwa, who has been gaining popularity through "We Got Married," also showed the futuristic maturity with her unique head band. Jieun and Zinger also showed their separate charm with flared skirt and leather jacket outfit.  

SECRET will continue with their comeback stages on "Music Bank," "Music Core," and "Inkigayo."

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