About T-ara

With a name meant to rhyme with “tiara,” T-ara is a South Korean girl group known for their hook-heavy dance-pop sound and ever-changing looks. • With early hits like 2009’s “Bo Peep Bo Peep” and 2011’s “Roly-Poly,” T-ara quickly earned a reputation as dependable hitmakers with concept-based visuals. • In the midst of T-ara's ongoing success, then-label Core Contents Media continued adding members, including Hwayoung and Areum, as well as a ninth member, Dani, who was announced to join but never actually debuted with the group. • While T-ara weathered multiple member departures and rumors of in-group bullying, their fanbase continued to support them—particularly in China, where the group has seen considerable success. • While T-ara never officially announced their breakup, the group's final release under their original label home was the 2017 EP What's My Name?, featuring members Qri, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon.

July 29, 2009
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