The release date for girl group T-ara's new album has been changed again, pulled up to tomorrow instead of December 3, their agency Core Contents Media said through a press release on Tuesday.
The date had originally been set for November 29 but Core Contents had revised the date last week.
Accordingly, all the songs from T-ara's second mini-album including another title track "YAYAYA" will be unveiled both off and online at 10 a.m. on December 1.
"YAYAYA" is a dance piece composed by local producer duo E-TRIBE whose previous works include Girls' Generation's "Gee" and Lee Hyo-ri's "U-Go-Girl."
The first title track to the album, titled "Why Are You Like This," was released in advance on November 23.
The new album, of the same name as the aforementioned song, is made up of a total six songs. The upcoming release has received 70,000 orders in advance, according to Core Contents.
T-ara, returning to the local music scene with new member Hyo-young to make it a seven-member girl group, will give a comeback performance on KBS' televised music program Music Bank on December 3.
The group debuted with singles "Lie" and "Wanna Play" in December 2009 with the members Eunjung, Hyomin, Jiyeon, Boram, Soyeon and Qri.
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