T-ARA Shock: K-pop Group Makes Admirable Move To Give Fans Most-Awaited Comeback

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T-ARA made their fans' November complete by announcing their first comeback in four years.

Dingo officially dropped the concept images for the scheduled return, showing the sophisticated members wearing all-black ensembles and female-version cowboy costumes.

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As members – Jiyeon, Qri, Hyomin, and Eunjung – finally marked their return, critical information about their comeback shocked their fans.

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T-ARA Used Their Own Money For TIKI TAKA Promotion

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A Korean fan shared a thread on an online community forum, saying, "Wow, they said they made a comeback after 4 years, without a company and using their personal funds..." T-ARA has not revealed why they chose to spend their own money to fund their comeback.

Still, internet users, as reported by AllKpop, immediately lauded the K-pop girl group for their efforts and asked everyone else to stream T-ARA's new music. One suggested that T-ARA's All Kill has similar vibes to the girl group's previous hit song, Day By Day. Thus, they retained the group's branding to expand their empire even more.

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Meanwhile, others said T-ARA's fans probably feel emotional after learning their efforts to push through their return plans. Fortunately – as usual – the group did not disappoint with their track and surprised them with addicting music.

T-ARA's new album features two title tracks, All Kill and TIKI TAKA ­– with the latter telling a story about toxic love.

T-ARA's Comeback Is Group's 12th Anniversary Gift For Fans

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Their arrival came over three months after the four members first shared their plans on making a comeback. During their appearance on V Live, Hyomin said they had been talking about reuniting but ended up dealing with obstacles.

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"But now, it seems to be the right time," she said, as translated by Soompi. "This time, however, we think we've found an opportunity, and I think it's the right time for us to take advantage of that opportunity."

TIKI TAKA follows the group's 2017 ninth mini-album, What's My Name?. They officially went on an indefinite hiatus after leaving MBK Entertainment. It previously had five original members, but only Hyomin and Jiyeon stayed among them.

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