Wonder Girls


Wonder Girls( Hangul : 원더걸스) was a South Korean girl group formed by JYP Entertainment .The group's final line-up consisted of Yubin , Yeeun , Sunmi and Hyerim . Members Sunye and Sohee officially left the group in 2015, while Hyuna left in late 2007. They were co-managed in the United States by Creative Artists Agency .[needs update?]The group began their entry into the American market in 2009 as an opening act for the Jonas Brothers' World Tour , performing the English version of their hit single " Nobody ". In late 2009, "Nobody" charted at number seventy-six on theBillboardHot 100 chart, making the Wonder Girls the first South Korean group to enter the chart.In 2010, Wonder Girls entered the Chinese market with the compilation albumWonder Girlsthat included Chinese language versions of their hit singles " Tell Me ", " So Hot " and "Nobody". In 2012, Wonder Girls signed with DefStar Records , a subsidiary of Sony Music Japan , for their Japanese debut. Since 2007, group had released three studio albums:The Wonder Years(2007),Wonder World(2011) andReboot(2015). To date,Billboardreports that the Wonder Girls have sold 19,000 albums in America.Wonder Girls are known as "South Korea's Retro Queens",as their music has been noted to contain elements from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.The group officially disbanded on January 26, 2017, after unsuccessful contract renewal negotiation with some of its members. On February 10, 2017, they released their final single "Draw Me", which also serves as a celebration of their 10th anniversary.

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 Wonder Girls's History

2006–2007:MTV Wonder Girls, debut and line-up changesedit

Wonder Girls performing "Irony" at Hanyang University in March 2007. From left to right: Sohee, Hyuna, Yeeun, Sunye and Sunmi

.The first four episodes outlined the characteristics and profiles of each member. Shortly after selecting Yeeun as the fifth member, the Wonder Girls held their first showcase in the MTV Studio. They performed a cover version of " Don't Cha " by the Pussycat Dolls as well as original songs, including "Irony" and "미안한 마음" ("It's Not Love"). Sunye sang her version of Destiny's Child 's " Stand Up for Love ", while Hyuna performed a showcase of her dancing skills. The other three members—Yeeun, Sunmi and Sohee —performed a cover version of Janet Jackson 's " Together Again ".

. The album sold 11,454 physical copies in 2007.Shortly after, "Wonderfuls", the official Wonder Girls fanclub, was established. The group held several showcases in China after receiving Chinese lessons.In mid-2007, however, members of the Wonder Girls were beset by various injuries and health problems. On June 25, Sohee was sidelined for a month after tearing a knee ligament in a fall from a running motorcycle during the filming of her movie,뜨거운 것이 좋아(I Like It Hot).

In autumn 2007, the talent agency Good Entertainment sent their trainee Yubin to JYP Entertainment as a replacement for Hyuna. She made her debut three days later in the group's live performance of " Tell Me " onMusic Bank.

[citation needed]The song also became a number one hit in Thailand.The choreography for the song was simple and widely imitated: by October, many fan performances of the dance circulated on video sharing sites such as YouTube and Daum,including one by a group of policemen who were eventually profiled on SBS 'sStar King. The dance's popularity was immense and the explosive attention it received became widely known as the "Tell Me Virus", earning the group the title of " Nation's Little Sisters ".The Wonder Girls had an extensive promotional schedule for their album, and in late 2007 they began performing their second single, "이 바보" ("This Fool"). MTV also began broadcastingThe Wonder Life, a reality TV series starring the girls.

2008: Hyuna's departure, Breakthroughedit

In mid-2008, they performed on MBC'sShow! Music Core, performing "So Hot" and "This Time". Due to a vocal cord injury, Yubin temporarily lip-synced her parts under doctor's orders.

Wonder Girls performing "Nobody" at the 2008 BICHE opening ceremony in October 2008. From left to right: Sunmi, Sohee, Sunye, Yeeun and Yubin

andInkigayo. The song went to No. 1 on KBS'Music Bank, staying there for four consecutive weeks,and also won Cyworld 's "Song of the Month" award in September and October 2008.Like " Tell Me ", "Nobody" also sparked a dance craze.

At the 18th Seoul Music Awards, the Wonder Girls won the Daesang ("Artist of the Year" award), the highest award offered, for "Nobody", in addition to two other awards.

2009–2010: Focus on international activities, touring and line-up changesedit

Wonder Girls performing "Tell Me" at The Fillmore in San Francisco on June 13, 2010. From left to right: Yeeun, Sohee, Hyerim, Yubin and Sunye.

The group then returned to South Korea, holding concerts in late March in Seoul and Busan .This tour was documented in the M.net reality showWelcome to Wonderland. Following the tour, the Wonder Girls debuted a music video for "Now", a cover of Fin.K.L 's single from their third album.

"Nobody" entered theBillboardHot 100 in October 2009, making them the first Korean group to enter the chart.The song also topped the Taiwan and Hong Kong music charts.

however, due to the departure of Sunmi, plans for the tour were delayed and the album was eventually scrapped.

The first leg of the tour began in Washington, D.C. on June 4, 2010. The tour was eventually extended to add an additional leg in which label mates, 2AM , would open for the group during certain dates.

The EP was released on the same day.

Wonder Girls at Concept Korea Front Row Spring 2011 MBFW on September 8, 2010.

Between May 15 and 31, 2010, the Wonder Girls returned to South Korea to promote the Korean version of "2 Different Tears". They appeared on M.Net'sM! Countdownon May 22, 2010. On May 27, the Wonder Girls won their first No. 1 award for "2 Different Tears" onM! Countdown. The group ended their last week of promotional activities in South Korea by performing on MBC'sMusic Coreon May 29, 2010. During this two-week period, the Wonder Girls also appeared on several Korean variety and talk shows, including KBS'sWin WinandHappy Together, as well as SBS 'sFamily Outing 2and MBC'sCome to Play.

was held at the Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach on July 31, and the show was broadcast on August 21 on MTV Asia.On July 30, M.net premiered a new showMade in Wonder Girlsthat took viewers behind the scenes of the group's first American tour as well as their promotions in Singapore and Indonesia.On August 3, the Wonder Girls performed in Singapore's SINGfest 2010 at Fort Canning Park.

2011–2012:Wonder Worldand further international venturesedit

Wonder Girls performing " Be My Baby " at 2011 Korea Entertainment Awards. From left to right: Sohee, Sunye, Yubin, Yeeun, Hyerim

and later tweeted that he was not the only producer for this album.Rainstone of JYP Entertainment said that the album was expected to have six to seven tracks. Producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins and the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Claude Kelly were revealed to be participating in the album and that the album was to be released by one of the three major labels of America.

Mashup Mondayprogram, performing a self-arranged cover version of B.o.B and Bruno Mars' "Nothin' on You".On October 9, 2011, a representative revealed, "The [English-language] album will be produced in a movie OST format. We'll be planning our concept to fit around the feel of the song, so as opposed to retro, we feel that it will be more pop. The Wonder Girls will definitely be coming out with a new image, so please look forward to it."

was announced as the group's second full-length album and was released on November 7, 2011 along with the single "Be My Baby". The album featured more writing and production input from the group members. Promotions forWonder Worldbegan with a comeback stage onMusic Bankon November 11 and continued through January 2012.

Wonder Girls performing during the Wonder World Tour in Singapore on September 8, 2012.

in early 2012. "The DJ Is Mine," an English-language song featuring School Gyrls , was released as a promotional tie-in single for the movie on January 11. "The DJ Is Mine" reached number one on several Korean charts. The movie premiered on February 2 on the TeenNick channel, and featured the then-unreleased English song " Like Money ". Following the release of the movie, the group received proposals from major broadcasting companies in the United States, and were in talks concerning full U.S. promotions and activities for their debut English-language album. The twelve-track album was said to have been completed and was scheduled for a summer 2012 release.

on June 3, 2012. The album's lead single, "Like This", premiered on the same day. In mid-June, it was announced that the group would be making their debut in Japan under DefStar Records , with a release of a Japanese-language version of "Nobody". The single release was called " Nobody for Everybody " and was released on July 25.

On November 14, Wonder Girls released the compilation albumWonder Bestin Japan, which included a new song, updated versions of older hit songs, and Japanese versions of their songs.

2013–2014: Group hiatus, Sunye and Sohee's departureedit

Due to the departures, plans for the English-language album, an English television series, as well as any future promotions in the United States were entirely scrapped.

Full Moon. On July 23, 2014, it was announced that Yeeun would be making her debut as solo artist under the pseudonym Ha:tfelt (amalgamation of the pronunciation of the word "Hot" and "Heartfelt"). Her debut mini-albumMe?was released on July 31, 2014.

2015: Line-up changes and comeback withRebootedit

on August 3.The album was a commercial success, charting number five on Gaon Albums Chart and number two onBillboardWorld Albums . Each member participated in the composition and production of the album.

, and on December 31 at2015 MBC Gayo Daejejeon.Rebootwas ranked No. 1 on The 10 Best K-Pop Albums of 2015 byBillboard,and also No. 18 on The 20 Best Albums of 2015 by FuseTV .

2016–2017:Why So Lonelyand disbandmentedit

for the first time on SBS MTV 'sThe Show, winning the trophy for that week. This was their first win on a music program since the release of "Like This" in 2012.The group also performed the song at the launch ceremony for the South Korean Olympic team on July 19.

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 Wonder Girls's Artistry and influences

Musical stylesedit

as their music has been noted to contain elements from the 1960s, such as in their hit "Nobody", 1970s, such as in the reggae track "Why So Lonely", and 1980s, heard on the songs "Tell Me", "So Hot", "2 Different Tears", "Be My Baby" and "I Feel You". Their music videos also allude to vintage fashion and performance, with "Nobody" being mostly inspired by African-American 1960s culture and famous R&B group The Supremes , while "I Feel You" takes place in 1987 and shows the members playing their own instruments and various other scenes with heavy 1980s inspiration.

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 Wonder Girls's Members

For the group's 2015 comeback, Sunmi returned to the group, and served as a member alongside Yeeun , Yubin , and Hyerim ; the Wonder Girls remained as four-piece band until their disbandment in 2017.


Wonder Girls as known in their English names: Sun , Yenny , Yubin , Mimi , Lim , Sohee and Hyuna .

  • Kim Hyun-a (2007) – Main rapper, vocals
  • Ahn So-hee (2007–2013) – Vocals
  • Min Sun-ye (2007–2014) – First Leader, main vocals


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 Wonder Girls's Discography

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 Wonder Girls's Filmography


The Last Godfather 2010 Cameo Performed "Nobody"
The Wonder Girls 2012 Themselves Television film


MTV Wonder Girls 2006–2010 First reality show
2008 Second reality show
2009 Wonder Girls documentary
Made in Wonder Girls 2010 Third reality show
Star Life Theater 2011 Reality show documenting theirWonder Worldcomeback

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 Wonder Girls's Tours

  • 1st Wonder Tour (2009)
  • Wonder Girls World Tour (2010)
  • Wonder Girls 1st Asia Tour (2010)
  • Wonder World Tour (2012)
  • The Like Money US Tour (2012)
Opening acts
  • Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009 (2009)

JYP Nationedit

  • JYP Nation (2009)
  • JYP Nation "Team Play" (2010)
  • JYP Nation (2011)
  • JYP Nation "One Mic" (2014)
  • JYP Nation "Hologram Concert" (2016)
  • JYP Nation "Mix & Match" (2016)

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 Wonder Girls's Awards and nominations

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