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Artist: Orange Caramel Song Title: Bangkok City (뱅콕시티) Album: Bangkok City (Digital Single)
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Who is After School? After School is a South Korean girl group formed by Pledis Entertainment in 2009.
Debuting initially in January 2009 as a 5-member group with "AH", they were labeled the Korean Pussycat Dolls for their mature and sexy concept. Later in April 2009, After School released their first digital single "Diva" and introduced their newest member, U-ie, following their admission/graduation concept. Then, in November 2009, original member Yoo Soyoung departed from the group citing health and study reasons. At the end of the same month, After School admitted two new members, Raina and Nana, into the group for their 2nd single "Because of You". Then shortly in March 2010, After School returned for their 3rd single "Bang!", admitting new member Lizzy. In the summer of 2010, After School created its first subgroup, Orange Caramel, a cute 3 member group consisting of After School's youngest members: Raina, Nana, and Lizzy. Orange Caramel released their first mini album with the title track "Magic Girl". Later in Fall 2010, Orange Caramel made a comeback with their second mini album with their title track "Aing♡". Then, After School made a comeback as a whole (without Bekah) for the winter, promoting their single "Love Love Love" for their "Happy Pledis" project. After School then announced their Japanese expansion and paired with Namie Amuro for the hit song, "Make it Happen" in February 2010 which generated much interest from the Japanese communities. Orange Caramel then returned to the scene on April 2011, initiating their "One Asia Project" with their single, "Bangkok City", where they inherited a chic, fierce concept, yet retaining their individual sound.