The release date for girl group T-ara's new album has been pushed back to December 3, according to their agency Core Contents Media on Thursday.
A press release by Core Contents stated that the album will go on sale in early December instead of the original date which had been set for November 29.
Accordingly, their second mini-album, whose title is translated into "Why Are You Like That," will hit stores on December 3 and become available online at midnight the same day.
"Why Are You Like That," a pop-dance track featuring electrical guitar and bass sounds, was co-produced by famed producers Kim Do-hoon and Lee Sang-ho.
Composed of members Eunjung, Hyomin, Jiyeon, Boram, Soyeon, Qri and new member Hyo-young, T-ara made their debut in July 2009 with singles "Lie" and "Wanna Play."
They released their first studio album "Absolute First Album" in December 2009, which produced two hit songs "Bo Peep Bo Peep" and "I Go Crazy Because Of You."
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