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T-ara Leader Switch, Hyo-min to So-Yeon 'Lead singer and responsible eldest sister'

By Jun-ki Yu | December 06, 2011 11:47 PM EST

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T-ara is switching their leader from Hyo-min to So-yeon.

T-ara will begin activity on January 1 with the song 'Lovey-Dovey' of their repackaged album, and also plan to officially switch their leader to So-yeon.

So-yeon is the team's lead singer and eldest sister, so she has a strong sense of responsibility. After Eun-jung, Bo-ram, and Hyo-min, she is becoming leader.

T-ara's leader has the important responsibility of leading the team for 6 to 8 months, taking the lead in meeting with song-writers and stylists, helping directly with album concepts and styling, and making decisions on colors within the team.

Their repackaged album's new song, 'Lovey-Dovey', which begins activity on January 1, 2012, is the result of the cooperative effort of Shin-sa-dong Tiger and composer Kyu-seong Choi. It is a song with the strong electronic sound of club music which is popular now days in Europe and the US.

Currently, T-ara is busy promoting their 'YAYAYA' album and 'Cry Cry' in Japan.

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