March 11th marked the anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan. On the same day, T-ara announced that they will donate the entire royalty from their Japanese "Roly-Poly" single.
T-ara debut in Japan on September 2011 with "Bo Peep Bo Peep". They were the first Korean girl group to grab the first spot on the Oricon Daily Music Charts with a debt single album. They have also been gaining a lot of fans through their Japanese singles "Roly-Poly" and "YAYAYA".
As Japan marked its anniversary for the devastating catastrophe, T-ara stated that they want to give back love that their Japanese fans have given them and help out the casualties by donating all of their royalty earned through "Roly-Poly".
T-ara has proved themselves once again as a thoughtful and caring girl group by making efforts to help out the victims of this horrifying disaster. T-ara stated that although their donation may not be a huge contribution, they still hope that it could help out many victims.
Source + Photos: Naver News