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JYJ (originally known as Junsu/Jaejoong/Yoochun in Japan) includes members Junsu (Kim Junsu; Xiah), Yoochun (Park Yoochun; Micky), and Jaejoong (Kim Jaejoong; Hero). After performing for several years as members of extremely popular male group TVXQ!, in 2009, the trio brought forward a lawsuit against their management company SM Entertainment, alleging significant problems with the contract’s length and associated distribution payments.

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Jay Park (Park Jaebeom) is a Korean-American solo Kpop artist. Originally a member (and leader) of popular male Kpop group 2PM, Park left the group in 2009 after some controversy about his alleged confession of unhappiness about  working with the group and references to a “personal mistake” he committed while working under the JYP Entertainment label. After leaving 2PM, Park returned to his hometown of Seattle, Washington (United States) to regroup.

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KARA is a five member group signed with DSP Entertainment. In 2007, the group originally debuted with an R&B concept with four members Gyuri (Park Gyuri), Sunghee (Kim Sunghee), Seungyeon (Han Seungyeon) and Nicole (Nicole Jung), but after their first album promotion, Sunghee left the group due to parental pressures. After Sunghee’s departure, DSP Entertainment changed the group’s concept to a cute and playful one and added two new members: Hara (Goo Hara) and Jiyoung (Kang Jiyoung).

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g.o.d. (Groove Over Dose) was a male R&B/rap group that was signed with JYP Entertainment from 1999 – 2005. Group members included Park Joon Hyung, Danny Ahn, So Ho Young, Kim Tae Woo, and Yoon Kye Sang, who left the group in 2004 to begin his compulsory military service.

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DISCOGRAPHY: KOREAN RELEASES


BASICS

L to R: Sojin, Jihae, Yura, Minha, Hyeri; Photo Credit: http://www.girlsday5.com/

 Name Girl’s Day
 Meaning of Name Unclear
 Members
  • Sojin (Park So Jin, Leader)
  • Jihae (Woo Ji Hae)
  • Jisun (Hwang Ji Sun)*
  • Ji In (Lee Ji In)**
  • Yura (Kim Ah Young)
  • Minah (Bang Minah)
  • Hyeri (Lee Hye Ri, maknae)

* – Joined the group New F. O (now known as JN)

** – Former member

 Debut July 7, 2010
 Status Active
 Label DreamTea Entertainment (2010 – present)
 Fan Name
  • Dai5y (pronounced “Daisy”) [Korean Fanclub]
  • Diamonds [International Fanclub]
 Origin of Fan Name
  • “Dai5y” was voted on by the fans
  • “Diamonds” was decided by Girl’s Day
 Fan Club Website(s)
 Related Websites

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FAN FACTS

Awards

  • 2010 18th Korean Culture Entertainment Awards: New generation Popular Music Teen Singer Award
  • 2011 18th Republic of Korea Entertainment Arts Awards : Best Female Rookie Award
  • 2012 1st Gaon Chart Awards: Newly Discovered/ Rising Artist


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VIDEOS

Don’t Let Your Eyes Wander (Don’t Flirt!)


Hug Me Once


Twinkle Twinkle


Nothing Lasts Forever


How Do I Look?


Tilt My Head


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DISCOGRAPHY: KOREAN RELEASES

Girl’s Day Party #4 (Release Date: September 2, 2011) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Don’t Let Your Eyes Wander! (Don’t Flirt!) [너, 한눈 팔지마!]
  2. Don’t Let Your Eyes Wander! (Don’t Flirt!) [너, 한눈 팔지마!] – DJ Stereo Club Mix Ver.

 

The Women of Our Home OST Part 1 (Release Date: August 12, 2011)(Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Honey Honey
  2. Honey Honey – Instrumental Ver.
 Gwaktaehun 3rd Project Album (Release Date: July 29, 2011) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Bumbumbum [범범범] (with Song Ho Bum)
  2. Bumbumbum [범범범] (with Song Ho Bum) – Instrumental Ver.
Everyday (Release Date: July 6, 2011) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Young Love [영러브]
  2. Hug Me Once [한번만 안아줘]
  3. Twinkle Twinkle [반짝반짝]
  4. Nothing Lasts Forever [잘해줘 봐야]
  5. Hug Me Once [한번만 안아줘] – Instrumental Ver.
Shining OST Part 3 (Release Date: April 22, 2011) (Label: MBC)

  1. If You Give Me Your Heart [너의 마음을 내게 준다면]
  2. If You Give Me Your Heart [너의 마음을 내게 준다면] – Instrumental Ver.
  Girl’s Day Party #3 (Release Date: March 18, 2011) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Twinkle Twinkle [반짝반짝]
  2. Twinkle Twinkle [반짝반짝] – Instrumental Ver.
Girl’s Day Party #2 (Release Date: October 29, 2010) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Nothing Lasts Forever [잘해줘봐야]
  2. Nothing Lasts Forever [잘해줘봐야] – Instrumental Ver.

 

  How Do I Look? [나 어때] (Release Date: July 22, 2010) (Label: DreamTea Entertaiment)

  1. How Do I Look? [나 어때]
  2. How Do I Look? [나 어때] – Instrumental Ver.
Girl’s Day Party #1 (Release Date: July 9, 2010) (Label: DreamTea Entertainment)

  1. Tilt My Head [갸우뚱]
  2. Shuppy Shuppy
  3. Control
  4. Tilt My Head [갸우뚱] – Instrumental Ver.
  5. Shuppy Shuppy – Instrumental Ver.


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