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T-ara held their first comeback performance through Music Bank on December 3 and began promotions with their new seventh member, Hwayoung, and new leader, Boram, and received two consecutive wins for "Wae Ireoni" and "Yayaya" on M Countdown.
In February 2010, the group announced a re-release of their debut album under the title Breaking Heart.
The original five-membered group participated in the Cinderella Man soundtrack with "Good Person" in April 2009.
Following member withdrawals due to creative differences, the addition of Boram, Qri and Soyeon brought the group's official debut in July 2009 with the single "Lie".
At the height of K-pop's mainstream popularity in Japan, T-ara signed onto management agency J-Rock for .7 million—reportedly the highest figure of any Korean girl group expanding into the territory at the time.
Both their debut single and studio album reached number one on the Oricon weekly charts and were subsequently certified Gold.
The reason given was that with so many solo projects, they would be able to have a more complete lineup for T-ARA when individual members were filming or doing other appearances.
They also stated that it would allow the members to undertake more solo activities, and would give them all some relief from their heavy schedules.Temptastic was released in digital format on December 1, 2010, along with their second single, "Yayaya".The album's physical release was delayed until December 3 due to the bombardment of Yeonpyeong earlier in November 2010.The group's later material, both Korean and Japanese, was released to varying degrees of success before the group began focusing on promotional activities in China.T-ara gained immense popularity for their cover of Chopstick Brothers' "Little Apple" in 2014, which attracted the attention of Wang Sicong who signed the group onto his media firm, Banana Culture.The two lead singles, "Neo Ttaemune Michyeo" (너 때문에 미쳐; "I Go Crazy Because of You") and "Naega Neomu Apa" (내가 너무 아파, "I'm Really Hurt"), were digitally released on February 23, 2010, and peaked at number one and number thirty-one on the Gaon chart, respectively.