T-ara holding free guerrilla concerts in Korea and Japan if 500,000 copies are sold
admin | On 30, Apr 2012
T-ara’s first official album Jewelry Box will hit the shelves on June 6.
As soon as the subscription sale began on April 19, the album was placed the top and third on a daily subscription sales chart of Tower Record, the biggest online music market in Japan.
Some representatives of big recording companies say, “T-ara’s first official album is receiving explosive reactions from fans and is ranked at the top of a daily chart. We’re expecting it to be sold over 300,000 to 400,000 copies.”
T-ara’s agency in Japan, Core Contents Media Japan, says, “If the group’s album sells over 500,000 copies, we will hold a free guerrilla concert in main streets of Korea and Tokyo.”
Jewelry Box includes Japanese version of “Bo Peep Bo Peep,” “Yayaya,” “Roly Poly,” “Lovey Dovey,” and some new songs that are yet to be revealed.
Currently, T-ara is preparing for its concert in Japan which will be held next month and an inauguration ceremony of its fan club on July 14. The group will be meeting their fans with a new album this summer.