T-ARA "Day By Day" Music Chart All-Kill, Tears Of Joy
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 09:09 AM EDT
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T-ARA's "Day By Day" was released on July 3 at 12 PM on many online music sites such as Melon, Bugs and Cy Music. After their release, they reached number one on the charts.
T-ARA members gathered together at their practice room and cried tears of joy.
T-ARA members had been worried because their release time was usually at midnight. This song was released at 12 in the afternoon and they weren't sure how the fans would react to this
Another issue was the music video for the song, "Day By Day." This song's music video was not the usual K-Pop music video as it was a Sci-Fi Fantasy style video. T-ARA members were also worried that the fans reactions would be negative. T-ARA commented, "Along with our new song, we hope that you love and support the music video too. Thanks for all your love, we will continue to work hard."
T-ARA will make their comeback stage performance on July 7 on "Music Core." They are also working on Beyonce's "Single Ladies" dance with world famous choreographer Jonte Moaning, for the comeback as well.
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