T-ara Go On a Trip Together for One Last Time in “What’s My Name” Music Video
Posted on 24 June 2017
T-ara is back, for the final time. On June 15, T-ara revealed their new music video for “What’s My Name?”, the lead single of their 13th mini album with the same name. In the video, Eunjung, Jiyeon, Hyomin, and Qri hang out together as they explore Paju, while remembering Soyeon and Boram, who left the company earlier.
The music video for “What’s My Name?” starts off with T-ara writing messages and putting them in bottles. After a few scenes with their lovers are shown, T-ara leave the classroom to go around town together. T-ara later dedicate a couple of bottles filled with their handwritten letters by the fountain, for the two members who couldn’t be there, and carry the rest of the bottles with them.
“What’s My Name?” is a catchy summer single that stays true to T-ara’s signature upbeat sound. Other songs on the mini album include: lead single “What’s My Name?” and the Chinese version and instrumental, “Reload”, “20090729”, and solo songs “Diamond” from Qri, “Ooh La La” by Hyomin, Eunjung’s “Real Love”, and Jiyeon’s “Lullaby”.
Since their debut in July 2009 with their first single “Lies”, T-ara have released tons of hit songs. Over the past eight years, T-ara have topped the charts with “Bo Peep Bo Beep”, “Wae Ireoni”, “Yayaya”, “Day by Day”, and “Sexy Love”, and made waves with K-pop staples “Roly Poly” and “Lovey Dovey”. T-ara didn’t stop there, and unveiled more catchy songs and powerful ballads: “Number Nine”, “Do You Know Me”, “Hide & Seek”, “Sugar Free”, “So Crazy”, and “Tiamo”.
Soyeon and Boram recently left T-ara and MBK Entertainment, when their contracts expired a few weeks ago. Eunjung, Jiyeon, Hyomin, and Qri will continue to stay with MBK until next December. The next solo comeback from Jiyeon, Hyomin, or Eunjung, or the four members getting an acting spot in an upcoming K-drama, is something that T-ara’s fandom, Queen’s, can potentially look forward to with excitement.
Check out T-ara’s music video for “What’s my name” now: