Wonder Girls to Appear at Hard Rock Cafe in New York, 'Stay in Tune'
By Staff Writer | October 18, 2012 10:44 AM EDT
Wonder Girls is back for another show in New York.
The Wonder Girls had updated on their twitter on October 4 that they would be appearing at the "Ty Loves NY Monster Birthday Bash" with radio station NOW 92.3
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They will be performing tonight (October 18) at 8 PM at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.
Wonder Girls have previously held a concert last month at iHeartRadio in New York City. Tonight's concert will be a good chance for those that missed them last month.
Wonder Girls began promoting in the U.S. in 2009 as they toured with the Jonas Brothers. They were the first South Korean group to make it on the U.S. Billboard 'Hot 100' chart at number 76 with their song, "Nobody."
They also held their 'Like Money' U.S tour earlier this year with Akon.
The Wonder Girls also have albums out in China and Japan, making them a global sensation.
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