Wonder Girls ‘Like This’ Wins Mutizen on ‘Inkigayo’

By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 02:26 PM EDT

Wonder Girls ‘Like This’ Wins Mutizen on ‘Inkigayo’
Wonder Girls ‘Like This’ Wins Mutizen on ‘Inkigayo’ (Photo : SBS)

Girl group Wonder Girls’ placed on the top of ‘Inkigayo.’

Wonder Girls won the Mutizen Song on the June 17 live broadcast of SBS’s ‘Inkigayo’ with their recently released mini-album title song ‘Like This.’

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Wonder Girls took first place in just a week after their comeback. Wonder Girls is dominating the music programs following their debut performance on Mnet ‘M! Countdown’ on June 14 the girls took first place on KBS ‘Music Bank’ on June 15.

Sohee stated, “We wanted to thank our fans, Park Jin Young producer, and our agency members.”

‘Like This’ is an exciting hip-hop song which has a pleasant and enjoyable rhythm with an electronic sound and hip-hop beat. Also, the splendor of the song is doubled by the exciting performance of Wonder Girls.

Tagged :  Wonder Girls, Like This, Inkigayo

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