T-ARA went through a lot and saw members come and go in the past years since its debut.
Mnet Media, now Stone Music Entertainment, formed the group after training the original five members – Jiae, Jiwon, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon, for three years. The group's name came from the word tiara as they expected they would be queens of the K-pop industry.
Out of the five original members, only Hyomin and Jiyeon were left. Meanwhile, the other past members – including Hwayoung, Areum, Dani, Boram, and Soyeon joined T-ARA before leaving after a few years.
As of the writing, Hyomin and Jiyeon stay with Qri and Eunjeung, and they are about to hit the stage again.
T-ARA Confirms Comeback With New Teasers
On Monday, Korean media company dingo revealed its collaboration with the K-pop girl group. This will mark as the first comeback of the girls four years after releasing their last mini-album.
The first teaser photos, which the members also uploaded on their respective social media accounts, feature the four members wearing cowgirl outfits as they showed their backs on camera. The other photo shows them flaunting an all-black ensemble.
Since the two photos offer contrasting concepts, fans started to wonder whether T-ARA's comeback this month would offer two different music.
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Dingo confirmed that the single will be co-produced by T-ARA members themselves, dropping it on November 15 on different music platforms. It has also been said that Jo Young Soo and Ahn Young Min returned to compose more songs for the group.
Aside from the new photos, T-ARA previously posted a group photo with the members wearing different shades of hoodies. It added the words Coming Soon, exciting fans with their highly-anticipated return.
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T-ARA Members Also Spend Time On Secret Dates
Ahead of the upcoming scheduled comeback, T-ARA members also opened up about going on secret dates.
In July, the girl group visited Knowing Brothers, wherein they talked about ghost stories and their secret relationships. Eunjung disclosed that members always cover for each other that they make an empty bed looks like someone is sleeping there.
"Since it was difficult to find a meeting place, we would go up to the rooftop and see each other for about 30 minutes. When our date nights would overlap, we would do rock-paper-scissors or yield to the other person," Hyomin said.
Since dating in the K-pop industry is strictly forbidden, fans understand why the members have to do it – and they support them in the end.