In autumn 2007, the talent agency Good Entertainment sent their trainee Yubin to JYP Entertainment as a replacement for Hyuna.
She made her debut three days later in the group's live performance of "Tell Me" on Music Bank.
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The music video for "2 Different Tears" premiered on You Tube on May 15, 2010; it was shot in the Gyeonggi-do province of South Korea. In January 2011, more information was released about the English-language album.
The music video includes Park Jin-young and the Korean-American comedian Bobby Lee. JYP Entertainment's CEO Park Jin-young hinted on his Twitter account that he had written a new song for the group while recording in the drama Dream High Rainstone of JYP Entertainment said that the album was expected to have six to seven tracks.
To date, Billboard reports that the Wonder Girls have sold 19,000 albums in America.
The group officially disbanded on January 26, 2017, after unsuccessful contract renewal negotiation with some of its members.
The group's final line-up consisted of Yubin, Yeeun, Sunmi and Hyerim.
Members Sunye and Sohee officially left the group in 2015, while Hyuna left in late 2007.
Sunye sang her version of Destiny's Child's "Stand Up for Love", while Hyuna performed a showcase of her dancing skills.
The other three members—Yeeun, Sunmi and Sohee—performed a cover version of Janet Jackson's "Together Again".
In late 2009, "Nobody" charted at number seventy-six on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making the Wonder Girls the first South Korean group to enter the chart.