The Secret Behind Kara’s Comeback Success: KARA performed at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards on November 29 to celebrate the release of their 15th-anniversary album, Move Again, and brought back fond memories for their devoted fanbase.
KARA’s reappearance was well-received, as the group is widely regarded as one of the best second-generation girl groups. Someone in a prominent online forum broke out the factors that contributed to KARA’s 15th-anniversary comeback success.
The first is that the fan thinks KARA’s newest song, “When I Move,” is fantastic. The fan went on to say that the group’s comeback was exactly how their supporters had hoped it would be and that the group’s concept was great.
In addition, the girls have accumulated a large catalogue of classic tunes that their followers can listen to again and again. As a result, a lot of KARA’s older songs are making a comeback on the charts.
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KARA’s prior popularity and value are also contributing factors to the group’s successful comeback. They were a top girl group of the 2010s, both domestically in Japan and internationally.
Many of the female group’s supporters also point out that their appearance hasn’t changed and that they still seem as stunning as before.
The fan also noted the novel member pairings of Ji Young and Young Ji, as well as Nicole and Young Ji. Fans are also applauding the group’s marketing team for capitalising on the group’s return by releasing a variety of nostalgic-themed YouTube videos.
Other fans agreed and commented, “I also think the best part was that they have a lot of good songs,” “It’s definitely that their new song is a very 4th generation vibe but was reinterpreted into KARA,” “I think it’s all of the reasons listed above,” “I am a long time KARA fan and I am watching all of their contents that released recently,” “The synergy of everything made their comeback successful,” “I just love KARA,” “Their songs are good and they have a lot of good content,” and “My only joy in life right now is watching KARA.”