But they didn’t even debut in Korea that long ago T_T. But on the brightside, more interactions with Supernova!
Six-member girl group T-ara will be making their Japanese debut in March, according to their agency Core Contents Media on Tuesday.
The girls will fly into Japan on Sunday for a five-day stay during which they are scheduled to hold a press conference regarding their single album as well as shoot a commercial with boy band Supernova.
Both K-pop idols were cast for the commercial by a company in the restaurant business, said to be highly popular amongst youngsters, which holds numerous chains throughout Japan.
Core Contents Media said the singing groups will each receive a minimum guarantee of one billion won, equivalent to about 87 thousand dollars.
T-ara made their debut last year with a song for the soundtrack of MBC drama “Cinderella Man.” The girls then released their debut single “Lies.”
The girls and boy band Supernova had collaborated on the digital single “TTL (Time to Love)” and “TTL Listen 2″ which topped music charts during the latter half of last year.
T-ara took their first solo win with “Bo Peep Bo Peep” from their first full-length album early this year, taking the top awards on music programs by Korea’s major broadcasters.