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Rainbow Admits to Noise Marketing for Topless Photo

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2013.02.14 22:00 Mwave Hani Park

Rainbow spoke on its recently tweeted topless-illuding photo of the girls wearing nothing but a banner on top.

On February 13, Rainbow held a showcase for their album Rainbow Syndrome in Seoul for their comeback.

The members spoke honestly about their group photo at the event, “To be honest, we were concerned that people may have forgotten us while we took a break for one year and eight months. We wanted attention and used the photo for noise marketing.”

Rainbow Admits to Noise Marketing for Topless Photo

Rainbow had previously tweeted the photo on January 30 with the caption ‘Topless Rainbow! Tell me!?” where the girls are covering their upper body with nothing but a banner that read ′RAINBOW′.

The girls said they received many questions regarding what they were actually wearing during the photo shoot and they responded, “We’ll leave it to your imagination” with smiles.

The album Rainbow Syndrome will be released on two different occasions with the goal of presenting Rainbow in two completely different concepts. Currently in part one, the girls have embraced bright and lovely ‘Sweet Girl’ image with their title song Tell Me Tell Me.

Photo Credit: Rainbow Twitter

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