Girl group T-ara will create their first official fan club three years after their debut.
On April 25, T-ara’s agency, Core Contents Media, said that T-ara will hold a ceremony to create their official fan club on July 14 at Kyunghee University.
T-ara debuted in 2009 and has become one of the most popular girl groups in Korea by releasing several hit songs, including, “Lie,” “Bo Peep Bo Peep,” “Roly Poly,” “Cry Cry,” and “Lovey-Dovey.” However, unlike other popular girl groups, T-ara has never created an official fan club.
The group wanted to become a beloved group among people in various age groups rather than having specific fandom. They finally decided to create a fan club to thank their fans for their support.
T-ara members are very excited to create the official fan club. They released a picture of them holding a note saying, “Come to the inaugural ceremony of our fan club on Junly 14.”
The group will announce how people can apply for attending the ceremony at a later date on their official fansite. T-ara is also accepting names for their official fan club.
T-ara will hold a Japanese concert in June and release a new album in Korea in July.