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The SF music video for T-ara’s new song is out!

Finally, T-ara has released the teaser of its new music video, which features each member’s individual charm.

On June 28, the group posted the teaser of its new song “Day By Day” on YouTube.

The video clip is 57 seconds long, and it begins with a background of a city in ruins with the caption, “By the end of the century, the evolution of humanity reaches its limits… Humans begin to destroy everything and head revert to primitive society. And…” As soon as you watch it, you can directly tell that a lot of effort was poured into applying the  computer-generated effects.

Red-headed Hyomin appears with a long sword in her hand wearing a stiff look on her face. Soon, Ji Yeon and Eunjung show up with strong but sad faces, getting into a battle. Hyomin collapses and heads off on her motorcycle. By the end of the teaser, the ninth member of T-ara, Dani, appears with blue eyes and an innocent look.

T-ara’s Hyomin, Ji Yeon, and Eunjung sport the image of strong, sorrowful female warriors of the future. Their costumes highlight their sexiness.

As already announced by T-ara’s agency, you can tell that their music video is at the level of a blockbuster. They said, “The music video for ‘Day By Day’ was directed by famous music video director Cha Eun Taek, and it talks about something that happens in a city in 2330. The full version will be about 20 minutes long.”

The group will officially release “Day By Day” on July 3, announcing their comeback to the domestic market. From that point, the eighth member Ahreum will be joining group activities. On July 14, T-ara will hold an inauguration ceremony for its official fan club Queens at the Hall of Peace at Kyunghee University in Seoul.

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