Kara, a South Korean pop girl group, made their highly anticipated return on November 29, Monday, at 6 p.m. KST, with the album “Move Again” on their 15th anniversary alongside the music video for the title track, denoting their first return in roughly seven years.
Kang Ji Youthful and Nicole partook are the creator and composers, respectively, of the verses for the title track “WHEN I MOVE,” which is an influential melody with a strong beat that features KARA’s particular vocals.
MY JAW DROPPED SO HARD ON THE FLOOR. THE 6 MICS AT THE END 😭 KARA UNNIES I LOVE YOU💕😭 pic.twitter.com/am2CutQHw6— 🎀 ყ⚯͛hყᨵlk 🎀 ᶠᵃⁿ (@soonkyupsal) November 29, 2022
“Move Again” is Kara’s first-ever Korean release since the 2013s album “Full Bloom,” after the death of their group member Hara.
The group incredibly performed their recently released track, “When I Move,” today on the 2022 MAMA Award ceremony day 1.
In 2014, Kara members Nicole Jung and Kang Jiyoung chose not to restore their agreements with DSP Media in this way, passing on the gathering to seek after their undertakings; Nicole began her soloist career, and Jiyoung turned into an entertainer in Japan.
Following their takeoffs, Kara Project, a reality show, was broadcasted on television to choose individuals to join the gathering. DSP Media’s seven trainees participated in the program. The victor of the championship was Heo Youngji, who turned into the furthest down the line part to join the group.
Kara disbanded on January 15, 2016, after DSP Media reported that the agreements with Han Seung-Yeon, Park Gyu-Ri, and Goo Hara lapsed, and they chose not to recharge their contracts. After numerous conversations of a reunion throughout the long term, a fifteenth commemoration collection, Move Again, was affirmed for November 2022, with individuals Nicole and Jiyoung rejoining.