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Kara's new album jacket partially revealed

2010/11/04 | 288 views | Permalink | Source

Images from girl band Kara's jacket for mini-album "JUMPING" [DSP Media]

Several photographs from the album jacket of girl group Kara's upcoming mini-album were revealed today.

Kara's agency Daesung Entertainment (DSP) said that black-and-white photos of three of five Kara members -- namely Park Gyu-lee, Nicole and Ji-young -- were unveiled to the public on Thursday.

DSP added that photos of the remaining two members Gu Hara and Han Seung-yeon will soon be disclosed as well.

The new album titled "JUMPING", expected to hit stores of Korea and Japan simultaneously on November 10, will be Kara's first release in Korea in nine months after third mini-album "Lupin" and their second single in Japan after "Mister".

Kara, who debuted in 2007, has produced several hit songs such as "Pretty Girl", "Mister" and "Lupin".

The group advanced to Japan this August with "Mister", becoming the first Asian girl group to place in the top 10 of the prestigious Oricon's weekly chart by placing at No. 5.

Their DVD "Kara VACATION" topped Oricon's weekly DVD rankings this September.

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