On June 11, KARA Celebrated Their 15th Annual Kamilia Day By Revealing That They Recently Reunited For A Photo Shoot To Commemorate The Historic Day In Their Career.
The members of the girl group KARA recently reunited to celebrate their 15th anniversary. On June 11, KARA celebrated their 15th annual Kamilia Day by revealing that they recently reunited for a photo shoot to commemorate the historic day in their career.
Gyuri , Seungyeon , Nicole , Kang Ji Young , and Youngji all took to Instagram to share some adorable group photos and thank their fans for the past 15 years. The photos are all the more special as they mark the first time Heo Young Ji got together as a bandmate with Nicole and Kang Ji Young, who both left the group before joining KARA as new members in 2014.
Fans were also touched by the fact that KARA’s leader Park Gyuri tagged the late Goo Hara ‘s Instagram account in her post, revealing that although Hara couldn’t be there in person. As is known, Hara decided to end her life by committing suicide in November 2019, which of course still leaves deep sorrow for the members.
“In honor of the 15th anniversary of KARA’s debut, we all gather and celebrate,” wrote Gyuri. “This is the first time that everyone who went through the ups and downs together with the name KARA came together to celebrate, share stories, laugh and cry together, and comfort each other’s sinking hearts, and it gives me hope that we can be a little happier. Congratulations. Kamilia’s Day, and once again, congratulations on the 15th anniversary of KARA’s debut. I’m always grateful, and I always love you.”
Meanwhile KARA was Formed by DSP Media in 2007. The group initially started as a quartet and made their debut in March 2007 with the studio album “The First Blooming” and its single “Break It” while displaying a strong female image and mature R&B sound. On January 15, 2016, it was announced that KARA had disbanded after DSP Media announced that the contracts with Gyuri, Seungyeon and Hara had expired and they decided not to renew their contracts.