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Coreia do Sul (2009 – presente)

T-Ara (티아라, T♚Ara, “Tiara”) é uma famosa da Coreia do Sul formada em 2009 por Boram, Qri, So Yeon, Eun Jung, HyoMin e JiYeon, agenciadas pela Core Contents Media. É a única girlband sul-coreana com o estilo de “líder rotativo”: Ji Ae foi líder durante o pré-debut, enquanto Eun Jung foi entre Julho de 2009 à Julho 2010, Boram entre Julho de 2010 è Junho de 2011, HyoMin entre Junho de 2011 à Janeiro de 2012 e SoYeon de Janeiro de 2012 à Julho de 2013. Qri é a atual.

Estrearam com 5 integrantes para a OST de Cinderella Man, porém, pouco depois do debut, Ji Ae e Ji Won saíram afirmando que o estilo não combinava exatamente com o delas, sobrando apenas Eun Jung, HyoMin e JiYeon. Por isso, Boram, QRi e SoYeon entraram e pouco depois o grupo debutou oficialmente.

T-Ara estreou no talk show Radio Star da MBC em 28 de Julho de 2009. O MV foi lançado no mesmo dia. A primeira performance foi no M! Countdown, com “Lies” e “Wanna Play”. A estreia foi encarada negativamente pelos internautas, que notaram que foi usado playback e comentaram que parecia uma performance de ensino fundamental. O grupo anunciou depois disso que no futuro as performances seriam ao vivo. Eunjung, Soyeon, Hyomin e Jiyeon estavam em um projeto com o Supernova para um single digital, TTL (Time To Love).

No dia 1º de dezembro, lançaram o primeiro álbum, Absolute First Album. Esse álbum teve dois singles, 처음 처럼 e Bo Peep Bo Peep. A música Apple Is A também ganhou videoclipe.

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  • NineAngles4evr

    i'm back.im got grounded by my mom for cussing on habbo hotel but im back.So dont think your off the hook you freaks.

    Ontem 03:25 Responder
  • dnlloeb

    @geugebaroneo she had indigestion problems. She should be okay in a few days tho.

    28 Set 15h12 Responder
  • geugebaroneo

    What happened to Jiyeon?

    28 Set 2h06 Responder
  • miharusan

    Get well soon Jiyeon ♥ [2]

    27 Set 16h20 Responder
  • NeydocaSpears

    Get well soon Jiyeon ♥

    27 Set 16h14 Responder
  • Wotamin

    On another note, I hope Jiyeon will recover soon ♥

    27 Set 15h11 Responder
  • miharusan

    this sb is so hostile lol

    27 Set 14h59 Responder
  • miharusan

    everyone who doesnt like t-ara i pray you regain your eyesight so that you can see the light amen [2]

    27 Set 14h58 Responder
  • givemediamonds

    v their latest song being a flop doesn't mean that all of their songs are flops. i've never said that. and if they're promoting only in korea it should be easy to understand that korea matters the most (if this was japanese release, then korea would be irrelevant). i feel like i've said this 50 times already and you still don't get, so i'm done. bye.

    27 Set 13h44 Responder
  • geugebaroneo

    Wow those SuJu fans though.. @givemediamonds Yeah ok maybe the sales were better but they were still flops judging by your criteria. If all that matters is Korea then T-ara as a group is a flop and will always be.

    27 Set 12h47 Responder
  • Wotamin

    v There is a big difference between the digital and the physical sales. I assume that you are talking about the physicals and they did quite well in that aspect only because of the fandom. Its like the pictures of the 100 mamacita copies I showed earlier. The physicals alone don't really show anything, while the digitals alone also don't really show anything either [look at Sistar who are digital monsters yet their physical sales are a disgrace].

    27 Set 11h21 Responder
  • doki-doki-doki-

    T-ara always does well domestically, literally no is denying they suck at national sales. I don't understand how hard that concept is to grasp?? Jfc. The vast majority of their sales are domestics.. they're actually in top 3 grossing Kpop girl groups this year with the massive help of their domestic sales. So no, I am not concerned about their national sales nor will I ever. No one should, it's beating a dead horse.

    27 Set 11h13 Responder
  • givemediamonds

    sexy love and number 9 did well compared to sugarfree. and i didn't say scandal/bad publicity had no effect on them. i just pointed out that song released immediately after the scandal did much better than song released 2 years after (even though situation is much better for them now).

    27 Set 11h04 Responder
  • Wotamin

    with fans like this who needs the digitals anyway?

    27 Set 10h54 Responder
  • Wotamin

    But like I said already, boy groups are doing really well in physical and if we are talking about SM's boy groups so holy frick fruck they are doing fucking amazing. So its really stupid to even compare the physical sales between Suju and any other girl group other than SNSD. And not even talking about the fact that the physical sales is more about the fandom so yeah Mamacita still flopped.

    27 Set 10h46 Responder
  • geugebaroneo

    What? Actually Number 9 and Sexy Love did not do that well on charts. Ffs, Korea hates T-ara. Whatever they release is going to flop, hence flopping becomes irrelevant in this case. So flop is not really a flop when it comes to them. And no, I'm not delusional. Delusional is the one who thinks that bad publicity had no effect on T-ara's career. V Mamacita's physical sales were good.

    27 Set 10h41 Responder
  • Wotamin

    But lmao at most of you tbh. Mamacita flopped badly in the digital get your facts right. But it doesn't even really matters since it seems like recently every idol who releases something fails in the digital, well except Soyou. But yea like someone here already said - Sugar Free is a KOREAN release, its like some a-pop singer is gonna release a song that flopped badly in the US while in Russia for example it got #4, it doesn't really matters that much to the singer. Don't even get me started about the fact that the public still doesn't fully accepts T-ara after that scandal so if you thought that their comeback is going to be a success you can go home now. Boy groups do well in physical, not in digital btw.

    27 Set 9h52 Responder
  • Wotamin

    Why this shoutbox is getting only messier?

    27 Set 9h40 Responder
  • givemediamonds

    and calling it flop makes me dumbfuck, so talk about great logic... "doing well overall" what does that even mean? getting no. 4 on that billboard chart or what? lmao.... it is not way more important than doing it well in korea, because they are promoting this song only in korea (so far). like it or not, korea matters. but they are flopping rn so who cares about their home country, let's pretend korea is completely irrelevant. and girlgroups normally do better on digital charts than boygroups.... my point is that sugarfree (song) is a flop. i'm seeing t-ara fans all around the internet accepting this but i see it's hard for last.fm users.

    27 Set 7h29 Responder
  • givemediamonds

    sexy love and number 9 did well so stop blaming the scandal for everything. mamacita is also flopping on digital, they may be slaying physical charts but that's only thanks to their fanbase.

    27 Set 7h22 Responder
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