Wonder Girls vs. 2en1

The two all girl group is came from Korea. Their songs has a very big impact to showbiz industry especially in the Philippines.

Wonder Girls
The Wonder Girls are a South Korean girl group. They are produced by singer-songwriter Park Jin-Young and are signed to his talent agency, JYP Entertainment.

They have scored three consecutive #1 hit singles: "Tell Me", "So Hot", and "Nobody". In 2008, they won two Daesangs ("Artist of the Year" Awards.

In the autumn of 2007, Good Entertainment, the talent agency 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" on Music Bank.
Their first full-length album, The Wonder Years, was released the following week with "Tell Me." Due to the last-minute addition of Yubin, the album version does not contain her part. However, the performance version of the song was reworked to include a bridge with rapping by Yubin. The single was a hit and reached number one on various Korean television and internet music charts, including
KBS's Music Bank. 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's Star King. The dance became so popular it was known as the "Tell Me Virus" and earned them the title of 'Korea's Little Sisters'. Videos of the dance came from fans in France and the Philippines, and the song also went to Number 1 in Thailand.
The Wonder Girls had an extensive promotional schedule for their album and in late 2007 they began performing the second single from the album, "이 바보" ("You Fool"). They made numerous appearances on variety and game shows, sang live on radio, at music festivals, on music shows, and in special joint performances with other groups such as
Big Bang. MTV has also aired three seasons of The Wonder Life, a reality TV series starring the girls.

The Wonder Girls returned to Korea in spring of 2008. In May a picture of each member was released over five days starting with Ye-eun and ending with Sohee. A preview track from the upcoming single was then released. There were rumours that past member Hyuna would be returning to the group; JYP Entertainment confirmed that this was not the case. Their new single, "So Hot", was released on May 22, 2008; the song topped online charts soon after. They then performed in mid-2008 on MBC's Music Core, performing "So Hot" and "This Time". The full single was released soon after containing the title track, the rap version of "Tell Me", "This Time", and "You're Out". Due to vocal cord problems, Yubin temporarily lip-synched her parts under doctor's orders.

The full music video for "Nobody" was released in the early autumn of 2008, and the single was digitally released at the same time. They performed the following weekend on Music Core, Music Bank, and Inkigayo. The song went to #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 2008
MNet KM Music Festival Awards, the Wonder Girls won three awards, including "Song of the Year" and "Best Music Video" for "Nobody", and "Best Female Group". The group also won an award at the 2008 Golden Disk Awards for high digital sales. At the 18th Seoul Music Awards, the Wonder Girls won the Daesang ("Artist of the Year" award) for "Nobody", along two other awards.

Overseas promotional activities

Wonder Girls at a May 2008 fan meeting in Bangkok.
The Wonder Girls have had several showcases in China shortly after their debut in 2007 and have been receiving Chinese language lessons.
In February 2008, the Wonder Girls joined their producer
Park Jin-young for his month-long concert tour through Korea and the United States (including New York City and Los Angeles) as special guests, and took the opportunity to film the music video for "Wishing on a Star" while in New York City.[19] Park had stated that the concerts were also meant to be a showcase for his other protégés, such as Min, G-Soul, and Lim Jeong Hee.
In September 2008, the Wonder Girls was selected as a top girl group by
Virgin Media, which put them amidst girl groups such as the Pussycat Dolls, Girls Aloud, and Danity Kane. At the end of 2008 the Wonder Girls had earned 12 billion (equivalent to $9 million US) as a group.
2009: International tour and American debut
The Wonder Girls tour started on February 28, 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wonder Girls, along with mentor
JYP, then held concerts in the United States, visiting Los Angeles, La Mirada, and New York City. The group then returned to South Korea, holding concerts in late March. After the end of the tour, the Wonder Girls debuted a music video for "Now", a cover of Fin.K.L's single from their third album. Created for a commercial for LG, a version featuring only the dance was released online on April 9, 2009
.Wonder Girls started their official MySpace Music account. The page confirmed that the group would launch in the United States with the official release of an English version of "Nobody" sometime this summer.
In June 2009,
JYP Entertainment announced that the Wonder Girls would be joining the Jonas Brothers on the North American leg of the Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009. The company also announced that "Nobody" would be the first English single, followed by "Tell Me",and that an English album would be forthcoming. It was later revealed that in order to concentrate on their American debut, both So-hee and Sun-mi dropped out of high school as it was not possible to attend while in the United States.
The Wonder Girls released an English version of their single "
Nobody" on June 26, 2009.

A former member, Hyun-a, left shortly before the release of "Tell Me" due to health complications.

Birth name: Kim Yubin (
Hangul: ; Hanja: )
Date of birth: October 4, 1988 (1988-10-04) (age 20)
Additional Notes :
Made a cameo in
2PM's 10 Points out of 10 music video and in MBC's sitcom, 'That Person Is Coming'.
Featured in Chun G's song 'Weak Man' and
Kim Bum Soo's song, 'Do You Know That'. Also featured on Andy's first album.
Wrote the rap for her part in Kim Bum Soo's song.

Ye Eun (Yenny)
Birth name: Park Ye Eun (
Hangul: ; Hanja:)
Date of birth: May 26, 1989 (1989-05-26) (age 20)
Additional Notes:
Featured in H-eugene's song "Baby I Love You" and One Two's song "Bad Girl".
Composed and wrote the lyrics for "Saying I Love You" and "For Wonderful"

Sun Ye (Sun)
Birth name: Min Sunye (
Hangul:; Hanja: )
Date of birth: August 12, 1989 (1989-08-12) (age 20)Additional Notes:
Featured in Mighty Mouth's song "Energy".
Sang "일월지가" ("Sun and Moon") for "Han Sung Byul Gok".
Composed the "Man Won" song.
Featured in Lee Byul's music video 'Forever'.
Featured in JYP's song 'Breakup In The Daylight'.

Sun Mi (Mimi)
Birth name: Sun Mi (
Hangul:; Hanja:)
Date of birth: May 2, 1992 (1992-05-02) (age 17)
Additional Notes:
Although all the other members are simply known by their first name, Sun Mi is actually her full name. Her first name is Mi and Sun is her last name.

Birth name: Ahn Sohee (
Hangul: ; Hanja: )
Date of birth: June 27, 1992 (1992-06-27) (age 17)
Additional notes:
Sohee was in the movie
I Like It Hot.
Featured as the lead actress in
8Eight's music video "Without a Heart".
Made a cameo in MBC's sitcom, 'That Person Is Coming'.
Has been rumored to have been dating
G-Dragon from the Korean band, Big Bang

Visit their Official Website: Wonder Girls World

From: Wikipedia.com
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