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T-ARA to Release 10 Different Versions of 'Bunny Style' Japan Album

By Staff Writer | February 19, 2013 03:54 PM EST

T-ARA to Release 10 Different Versions of 'Bunny Style' Japan Album
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Girl group T-ARA will be releasing 10 different versions of their Japan album, Bunny Style, on March 20.

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On March 20, T-ARA will be boarding a plane to Japan and visit 15 different cities to perform. This new album will be releasing 10 different versions, one for each member and 3 for the unit groups.

T-ARA is known to be the fist Korean girl group to top the Oricon charts with their debut album.

They plan on revealing a new 'bunny dance' for this new album as well.

T-ARA will be staying in Japan for their promotions and member Hyomin will be working on her role in the upcoming Japan movie, "Jinx."

Tagged :  T-ARA, Japan, Bunny Style

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