Oh those Wonder Girls. Who is their PR machine because these Korean Kpop singers keep getting attention in American media. The latest is a quick feature in Access Hollywood. Not bad girls… not bad at all.
For the first time ever, a music group from South Korea has debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Already a hit in Asia, the Wonder Girls are striking a chord with a young U.S. audience, having just completed their first U.S. concert tour with the Jonas Brothers.
The Wonder Girls are one of Asia’s most successful music artists where they have sold millions of singles including the international #1 songs “Tell Me,” “So Hot” and “Nobody”. Comprised of Sun, Yenny, Yubin, Mimi and Sohee, the group formed just over two years ago and quickly became one of the country’s most popular new acts earning dozens of awards and an unprecedented amount of digital downloads.
Access Hollywood had a chance to talk with these Wonder Girls for this Q&A.
Q: Your single, “Nobody”, cracked Billboard’s Hot 100–making you the first Korean act to do so. How does it feel to make history in the U.S.?
For the full interview, go to AccessHollywood.com.