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Girl's Day promoting Everyday #5 (2017)

Girl's Day (걸스데이) is a 4 member Korean pop girl group who debuted in 2010 under DreamT Entertainment. In Japan, the group is signed on the indie label KISS Entertainment Inc..

Members

  • Sojin (Leader, Lead Vocals)
  • Minah (Main Vocals, Visual)
  • Yura (Main Rapper, Lead Dancer, Vocals)
  • Hyeri (Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, Vocals, Maknae)

Former Members

Information

Girl's Day (pre-debut)
Girl's Day promoting GIRL'S DAY PARTY #1 (2010)

DreamT Entertainment started Girl's Day promotions before their debut with the creation of an official Cafe, YouTube channel, and Twitter accounts for the group and each member. A forum made by fans was also recognized by the company as their official international forum. The group also realized dance flash mobs before their debut on the commercial and entertainment districts of Seoul gaining much interest.

On July 7, the group released their first MV "Gyauttung", and two days later their debut digital mini-album GIRL'S DAY PARTY #1.

Only two months after their debut, on September 12, it was announced through the group's official Twitter that members Ji Sun and Ji In had left the group and two new members would be added to the group: "[...]Two of our precious members of Girl's Day are to be replaced. They are Ji Sun and Ji In. Ji Sun will study music more to find her own character in music, as she wanted. And Ji In is attracted in acting so she will concentrate on acting career. We will let you know our new members as soon as possible.[...]"

Two days later, on September 14, the two new members were announced, Yura and Hyeri. On October 29, the new line-up released the group' second digital single "Girl's Day Party #2".

In December 2010, Girl's Day got their first TV-show along with boyband U-Kiss. The show, We Are Dating, was a spinoff of the hit TV-show We Are Married and paired three members of each group (Ji Hae, Min Ah and Yura plus U-Kiss Soo Hyun, Alexander and Eli) on the first season. Sadly the TV show got cancelled after just 5 episodes, even though the show did well with high ratings.

Girl's Day confirmed their comeback mini-album Every Day II through several YouTube videos, before the official announcement on April 10, 2012. The album was released on April 18, 2012.

In October 2012 it was announced that Ji Hae left the group in June due to personal reasons. The group will be promoting with only the 4 remaining members for the time being.

On October 26th they released their ninth digital single "Girl's Day Party #5" showing a more feminine and sexier side to them.

In December 2012 they announced that they will make a comeback with a full album in March 2013 still as a 4 member group.

On March 24th they released their first full album Expectation. They released a repackage of the album titled Female President in June.

They made their comeback in January 3, 2014 with their third mini-album Every Day III and they are expected to release their fourth mini-album on July 14.

Trivia

  • Official Fanclub: Dai5y (Korea) / Diamonds (International)

Korean Discography

Girl's Day promoting Every Day (2011)
Girl's Day promoting "Girl's Day Party #5" (2012)
Girl's Day promoting "Female President" (2013)
Girl's Day promoting Bogosipeo (2014)
Girl's Day promoting "Darling" (2015)

Albums

Mini-Albums

Digital Mini-Albums

Special Mini-Albums

Digital Singles

Collaborations/Other

Japanese Discography

Best Albums

Singles

Collaborations/Other

Filmography

Television

Endorsements

  • [2011] Googims
  • [2011] Samjin Pharmaceutical
  • [2012] Live Band Ssaeng
  • [2012] D7 Diet
  • [2013] Secret Star Girl
  • [2013] BHC Chicken
  • [2013] Vitaday
  • [2013] Pocky (Japan)
  • [2013] LG Tone+
  • [2014] Kolping
  • [2014] Hazzys
  • [2014] Bando Optical
  • [2014] Sudden Attack
  • [2014] Dreamcon
  • [2014] LG Pocket Photo

Awards

  • [2010.05.11] 10th Seoul Success Awards: Newcomer Singer Award
  • [2010.12.15] 18th Korean Culture Entertainment Awards: New Generation Popular Music Teen Singer Award
  • [2011.11.19] 18th Republic of Korea Entertainment Arts Awards: Best Female Rookie Award
  • [2012.02.22] 1st Gaon Chart Awards: Newly Discovered/Rising Artist
  • [2012.12.06] 20th Korean Culture Entertainment Awards: Idol Music Excellence Award
  • [2013.11.28] 21st Korean Culture Entertainment Awards: Idol Music Excellence Award
  • [2014.01.17] 9th Asian Model Festival Awards: Popularity Award
  • [2013.02.12] 3rd Gaon Chart K-pop Awards: 15 Weeks Over Top 50 - "Gidaehae"
  • [2015.01.14] 29th Golden Disk Awards: Digital Single Bonsang - "Something"
  • [2015.01.22] 24th Seoul Music Awards: Bonsang

TV Music Shows

Yeoja Daetongryeong
Something
Darling
I'll Be Yours

External Links