Wonder Girls, Coming Back with ‘Music Bank” on June 8
By Staff Writer | June 08, 2012 01:25 PM EDT
Girl group Wonder Girls finally unveils after the comeback announcement.
Wonder Girls will be performing ‘Like This’ through KBS 'Music Bank' for the first time.
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With flashy neon color teaser picture and music videos, Wonder Girls has drawn attention even before the comeback. Wonder Girls made a good start ranking first places on major music charts after revealing their sound source in June 3. In particular, 'Like This' music video on YouTube was viewed for 3,000,000 times in 3 days.
So called 'crab dancing' showed comical and yet dynamic movements brought hopes up that Wonder Girls' dance would hit Korea once again.
Wonder Girl's agency JYP Entertainment has announced that "Wonder Girls will have their comeback stage with a new song 'Like This' on 'Music Bank' channel today."
Wonder Girls are planning to participate in various music channels starting with 'Music Bank.'
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