AfterSchool Red

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After School( Hangul : 애프터스쿨) is a South Korean girl group formed by Pledis Entertainment with an admissions and graduation concept.After School officially debuted in January 2009 with "AH!". They then released "Diva" and " Because of You " later in the year, which were instant hits and became a commercial and critical success for the group.Follow-up singles " Bang! ", " Shampoo " and " Flashback " further consolidated their domestic and international popularity.Their latest release is the maxi-singleFirst Love, with its pole-dancing routine garnering praise from Billboard, complementing the group as the "top performers in K-Pop".The group debuted in Japan in 2011under Avex Trax with a remake of their Korean hits " Bang! ", " Diva ", "Shampoo" and "Because of You". Their Japanese debut was successful, with the group entering the Oricon Weekly Chart at number seven.The group also released an original Japanese song, " Rambling Girls ", in January 2012. The group's debut Japanese album,Playgirlz, debuted at number eight on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart. The group is ranked number five in Billboard 's list of the "Top 10 K-Pop Girl Groups Of The Past Decade".The group currently consists of five members: Raina , Nana , Lizzy , E-Young, and Kaeun.

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as Kahi began planning to produce a new group together with the current CEO of Pledis Entertainment .The first member other than Kahi was Bekah , who was a trainee while Kahi was in S-Blush. With Kahi's recommendation, Bekah was brought from Hawaii to South Korea. They were then introduced to Jungah , followed by Soyoung and Jooyeon , forming a five-member group.

After School as a group first made an unofficial appearance on 29 December 2008 at the SBS Song Festival. Kahi and Jungah performed "Play Girlz" alongside Son Dam Bi whilst the remaining members, Soyoung, Jooyeon and Bekah served as backup dancers for Son Dam Bi's performance at the event.

2009:New Schoolgirl, "Diva" and "Because of You"edit

The album had three songs: the lead single "Ah!", "Play Girlz" and "Bad Guy" (나쁜놈). On 17 January, After School made their live debut on MBC 's,Music Core.Following promotional activities for "AH!", After School planned to continue to promoteNew Schoolgirlwith "Bad Guy". However, the track was deemed unsuitable and was banned from broadcast because of a single word of profanity was in the lyrics.

After School in July 2009

M! Countdown.After School went on to win the "Rookie of the Month" award for the month of April 2009 at the Cyworld Digital Music Awards with the single.

After School also became the opening act for The Pussycat Dolls 's Doll Domination Tour along with label-mate Son Dam-bi for the Asian dates of the tour.

2010: "Bang!" and Orange Carameledit

with new member Lizzy where the group took on a marching band concept. Kahi revealed that she was inspired after watching the American filmDrumline, and had always wanted to do a marching band concept ever since she took to the stage as an After School member. The group practiced playing the drums for five months with a trainer for the single. The title track entered the Gaon Weekly Chart at number 2 and reached number 29 on the 2010 Gaon year-end digital chart with 2,374,731 digital downloads sold.

In June 2010, Raina , Nana , and Lizzy formed a sub-unit, revealed to be named Orange Caramel , and released their first mini-album . Orange Caramel's concept was revealed to be more lighthearted and sweet unlike many girl groups that have taken on darker, sexier concepts. Orange Caramel debuted on June 16, with the title track "Magic Girl". Their debut mini-album,The First Mini Album, was released on June 21, 2010. The album was a commercial success, peaking at No. 2 on the Gaon Chart with the lead single "Magic Girl" peaking at No. 18.

On 6 December 2010, Pledis Entertainment releasedHappy Pledis 1st Albumthat consisted of four tracks: the title song "Love Love Love", "Someone Is You", and instrumentals versions of the two songs. The album was a surprise gift for the fans, and included After School, Son Dam-bi and Orange Caramel . A portion of the profits from the album were donated to the " Save the Children " organization. Bekah did not take part nor participate in the promotions for this album due to her two-month break in Hawaii visiting her parents.

2011:Virgin, line-up changes, Japanese debut and A.S. Red & Blueedit

This was the first release to include new member E-Young, who was previously revealed to the public during the group's performance of "Bang!" at SBS' Gayo Daejun on December 31, 2010. In March 2012, the song won Best Collaboration at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2012.

Music Bank.Virginwas released in the Philippines on 23 July 2011, along withBang!andHappy Pledis 1st Album, and it debuted at number one on the Philippines AstroChart, whileBang!debuted at number two andHappy Pledis 1st Albumat number three.

After School in December 2011

Bekah released her 'graduation' song "Take Me to the Place" on 11 July.In July, Pledis Entertainment announced that After School would separate into two sub-units, A.S. Red & Blue as part of the group's second comeback project for the year, with the units releasing "In the Night Sky" and "Wonder Boy" respectively. On 9 July, After School held their second official Korean fan meeting at Sookmyung Women's University. 'Graduate' Bekah joined the fan meeting.

After School's second Japanese single, " Diva ", was released on 23 November. The single was accompanied with a new Japanese song called "Ready to Love".

After School ended the year by headlining the MTV EXIT live concert along with American band The Click Five on 17 December 2011 in Phnom Penh , Cambodia.

2012:Playgirlz, "Lady Luck/Dilly Dally", line-up changes and "Flashback"edit

Since then, the single has sold over 17,000 copies in Japan.

After School in July 2012

On 23 April 2012, Avex Trax announced that After School would release their fourth Japanese single, " Lady Luck/Dilly Dally ", on 13 June 2012. The single is a double A-side single and the regular edition also contains an additional track, "Slow Love", which is the song used on the Eyefull Home commercial.The single debuted at number 3 on Oricon's daily Singles Chart with sales of 7,648 and at number 6 on Oricon's weekly Singles Chart with sales of 13,424 respectively.As of the end of 2012, the single has sold over 17,000 copies in Japan.

in late April. With a total of four dates, the tour kicked off at Zepp Tokyo on 27 April, followed by Zepp Nagoya on 28 April and Namba, Osaka on 30 April. The tour's first stop at Zepp Tokyo on 27 April marked the admission and first performance of new member Kaeun, who joined the group on stage to perform "Let's Do It" and the Japanese version of "Bang!". Kaeun continued to make appearances for the other stops on the tour. On 5 June, Pledis Entertainment announced that Kahi would graduate from the group to pursue a solo career, as well as to study acting. After School's tour finished on 17 June at Tokyo Dome City Hall , which was also the last time Kahi performed with the group. She stayed with the group until September to help with promotion.

Jungah, who was revealed to be the group's new leader after the departure of Kahi, said that the album's title refers to the group's desire to return to their original image and produce music for all ages.

2013–2015: "First Love",Dress to Kill, line-up changesedit

Due to the success of the fan meeting in Bangkok, After School held another fan meeting in Taiwan on 30 March. This meeting was also held as a charity event with the proceeds from the ticket sales going to children in need.A total of 1,000,000 Taiwan dollars was raised for charity.

After School at a fan meeting in 2013

"Heaven" debuted at number 6 on the Oricon Daily Singles Chart with over 18,596 copies sold during its debut week. On 19 December, the music video for " Shh ", the group's sixth Japanese single, was released on YouTube.On 20 February 2014, After School released a single titled "Week" in collaboration with Brave Brothers for his 10th anniversary project.

, was released on 19 March 2014. The album has twelve tracks including "Heaven", "Shh", and "Ms. Independent", the title track. The album was released in three versions: a CD + DVD version which includes music videos and a special fanmeeting video, a CD version with a bonus track of the Japanese version of "Flashback", and another CD version (Mu-mo special) with the bonus track "Lucky Girl".

.The show focused on the members becoming beauty editors and providing the viewers with information and tips about Korean beauty, with topics ranging from makeup to style and trends.The show became quite successful and aired in over 100 countries through KBS World 's YouTube channel. The second season of the show began airing in September.

BESTwhich was released on 18 March. Jooyeon officially graduated from the group on March 20, at a fan-club event at Negishi Tokyo Cinema in Tokyo, held to promote the album, where she received her graduation diploma.

2016–2017: Line-up changes and solo endeavorsedit

, alongside Jin Goo and Lee Yo-won. She played the character of a poor woman who is able to turn her life around with an opportunity. Nana made her acting debut in a support role in TvN'sThe Good Wife, a Korean remake of the American drama of the same name , with the show debuting on July 8.On June 17, Raina's second duet with San E , titled "Sugar and Me", was released, peaking at No. 5 on the Gaon chart . Lizzy joined the hosting lineup for FashionN'sPlease Take Care of My Vanity 2. Kaeun has been focusing on her DJ gigs, and has confirmed an acting debut in pre-produced dramaThe Idolmaster KR, which premiered in early 2017. E-Young opened a music academy on September 19, featuring piano, vocal, bass and electric guitar lessons as well as dance and singing classes for those wishing to become idols.

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 AfterSchool Red's Members

Timelineedit

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 AfterSchool Red's Sub-units

Orange Carameledit

Orange Caramel is the first After School unit group, consisting of Raina, Nana and Lizzy. They debuted in June 2010.

A.S. Red & Blueedit

A.S. Red consisted of Kahi, Jungah, Uee and Nana, while A.S. Blue consisted of Jooyeon, Raina, Lizzy, and E-Young. Two single albums were released on 20 July 2011. TheRedsingle album had two songs, "In The Night Sky" (밤 하늘에Bam Haneure) and "Hollywood", and theBluesingle album also had two songs, "Wonder Boy" and "Lady". NU'EST and Seventeen's S.Coups served as back-up dancers for the "Wonder Boy" music video and during live performances on stage.

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 AfterSchool Red's Endorsements

with members Kahi, Juyeon, Uee and Nana releasing a commercial film for the brand.

. They were also models for Shibuya109 , starring in a Christmas campaign commercial where large banners featuring festive-themed photos of After School measuring 21 meters by 9 meters were plastered onto and inside the Shibuya 109 building.

and fashion brand CECIL McBEE.

They were the endorsement models for Mixxo in the Korean, Chinese, and Japanese markets.

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 AfterSchool Red's Discography

Korean albums

Japanese albums

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 AfterSchool Red's Filmography

Reality shows

  • 2009:MTV Diary of After School
  • 2010:Playgirlz School
  • 2013–2014:After School's Beauty Bible
  • 2014–2015:After School's Beauty Bible 2014 F/W

Dramas

Movies

DVD

  • 2013: Afterschool First Japan Tour 2012 -Playgirlz- DVD

Radio

  • 2012–present: Afterschool Playgirlz Radio ~ 1st Japan Radio Show

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 AfterSchool Red's Tours

Headliningedit

  • 2012:After School 1st Japan Tour "PlayGirlz"
  • 2014:After School 2nd Japan Tour "Dress to Shine"

Supportingedit

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 AfterSchool Red's Awards and nominations

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