SISTAR Comeback Dominates With ‘I Like That’ — K-Pop Girl Group Earns ‘All-Kill’ Topping No. 1 On All Korean Music Charts

Jan Omega - Author

Jun. 21 2016, Updated 8:35 p.m. ET

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If there is one K-pop girl group that could be linked as synonymous to classy sexuality, it is surely Sistar. Making their debut back in 2010 under Starship Entertainment, the four-member girl group consisting of Hyorin, Bora, Soyu, and Dasom have made a name for themselves for sensual songs in which their music videos often tell a luxurious story (“Give It To Me” and “I Swear”) along with upbeat sexy songs in which their music videos give off a “feel good” vibe (“Touch My Body” and “Shake It”).

Needless to say, K-pop fans, especially those who are Star1 (official fan club of Sistar), often anticipate their comebacks. Their 2016 comeback, however, has got to be one of the most innovative promotions seen in K-pop in a very long time. For starters, Sistar utilized “riddle pictures” to help build hype for their comeback, which featured their eyes in one set and the earrings they were wearing in another. Sistar would then follow-up with profile pictures followed by full spreads, first starting with Hyorin followed by Bora.


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