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T-ara Signs Multibillion Won Contract with Chinese Agency

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2014.09.26 16:33 Newsen Ha Soo Jung Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

T-ara has declared it will be expanding its activities to China.

On September 5, T-ara’s agency and Chinese entertainment agency called Longzhen Cultural Development carried out a signing event. The event was attended by the CEOs of both companies as well as the T-ara members.

Longzhen is a company that has hosted concerts of famous Asian singers, such as Andy Lau, Jacky Cheung, A-mei and more. T-ara, which has been gathering immense popularity in China, was offered 5 billion won for the contract, with the prediction that the group will raise the annual profit of over 16.5 billion won.

Starting with the official signing event and press conference to be held on October 13 in Shinsegae Hotel in Beijing, T-ara will officially be launching promotions in China. It will be appearing on some of China’s best programs and expand activities to commercials, dramas, concerts and more.

T-ara Signs Multibillion Won Contract with Chinese Agency

Longzhen shared that, along with T-ara, it will be making contributions for the development of hallyu culture in China and will open a new door to Korea-China cultural communication.

Meanwhile, many of T-ara’s music videos have ranked number one on China’s music video site YinYueTai and the group recently also won the ‘2014 Mwave K-pop Star Championship’ trophy from our Mwave K-Pop Star Championship event, raking in votes from fans around the world, such as America, China, Japan and more.

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