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T-ARA's New Member Dani, Moves From US to Korea to Join T-ARA

By Staff Writer | June 04, 2012 10:04 PM EDT

T-ARA's New Member Dani, Moves From US to Korea to Join T-ARA
Girl group T-ARA's new member Dani is packing up her things in the US in order to come to Korea. (Photo : Core Contents Media)
T-ARA's New Member Dani, Moves From US to Korea to Join T-ARA
Girl group T-ARA's new member Dani is packing up her things in the US in order to come to Korea. (Photo : Core Contents Media)

Girl group T-ARA's new member Dani is packing up her things in the US in order to come to Korea.

T-ARA’s agency Core Contents Media revealed on June 4, "T-ARA's new member Dani has been living in the US since she was 4, but she will be moving to Korea in order to join T-ARA."

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Dani, who is currently preparing to join T-ARA, has been practicing dancing and rap for 7 hours a day. The agency also revealed that in her free time, she has been going around Korea with her parents to tour and learn more about the Korean culture.

Dani will be partaking in T-ARA's new music video releasing in July.

Photo: Core Contents Media

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