T-ara – the most famous South Korean girl music group nowadays that debuted in 2009 under Core Contents Media, now known as MBK Entertainment.
In 2011, T-ara signed a $4.3 million contract with management company J-Rock for their Japanese debut, the highest out of all the Korean girl groups debuting in Japan. The group's first single was a remake of their 2009 hit "Bo Peep Bo Peep". It ranked at number one on the Oricon weekly charts.
From 2009 to 2015, T-ara has a big amount number of concern including their shows in Vietnam. On 10/01/2015 was their earliest show in Vietnam after their show last year on 04/08/2014.
This time, T-ara wants to get to know their fan better by established a fan meeting with around 1.000 fans. It was called as the T-ara Vietnam mini show. Especially, in this Vietnam mini show they will use some of their profit to do charity.
Notably, Yeah1 group proudly was one of the sponsors for this fan meeting. As a group in Vietnam to have a private interview with T-ara. T-ara group shared with their fan that they love Vietnam and promised that they will come back. Also, they told their fans that “I love you” in Vietnamese as the Yeah1 group taught them in the private interview.