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Kara "JUMPING" jumps to second place on Oricon chart

2010/11/15 | 432 views | Permalink | Source

Kara in second place on Japan's daily Oricon chart as of November 13, 2010. [Oricon Style]

Kara's latest release "JUMPING" has claimed the No. 2 spot on Japan's daily Oricon chart.

Kara's second Japanese single "JUMPING", placed second on Japan's prestigious daily Oricon chart as of November 13, less than a week after its release in the country on November 11 where it debuted at fifth on the chart.

The music video for the album's title track, also named "JUMPING", was the most downloaded music video on iTunes Store VIDEO CLIP and the third-most downloaded song on iTunes Store Pop last week.

Kara has led a successful singing career in Japan, seeing their first Japanese single "Mister" land at fifth place on both Oricon's daily and weekly chart and their best album "Kara BEST 2007-2010" at second on both charts. The girls officially debuted in Japan in August this year.

Meanwhile, starting tomorrow, the five-member girl group will promote the Korean version of the same album which will be their fourth single in Korea.

Reporter : Heidi Kim heidikim@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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