AOA (group)

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AOA (Korean에이오에이; an acronym for Ace of Angels) is a South Korean girl group formed by FNC Entertainment. The group is composed of four members: Yuna, Hyejeong, Seolhyun and Chanmi. Originally an eight-piece group, Youkyung departed from the group in October 2016, followed by Choa in June 2017, Mina in May 2019 and Jimin in July 2020.

AOA
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From left to right: Choa (former), Chanmi, Mina (former), Jimin (former), Seolhyun, Hyejeong and Yuna
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2012 (2012)–present
Labels
Associated acts
Websitefncent.com/aoa
Members
Past members

AOA began their career simultaneously promoting as a dance group and band, and officially debuted in July 2012 with the release of the single album Angel's Story. In early 2013, the band unit AOA Black released their official single titled "MOYA" to moderate success. They released their first EP in June 2014, and that year they also debuted in Japan under Universal Music Japan. The group found nationwide success in 2014 after a series of hit songs that established them as one of the leading girl groups of their era.[1] "Heart Attack" debuted at the top of several charts after its release, became one of the most downloaded songs of 2015,[2] and became one of the longest charting singles on Melon's top 100 chart.[3]

Following a series of consistent success, AOA debuted a second promotional unit, AOA Cream, in 2016. The group would later release their first Korean language studio album in January 2017, and a few months later, held their first headlining Korean concert "Ace Of Angels" at Olympic Hall in Seoul. Among the groups' biggest hits are "Miniskirt", "Short Hair", "Like a Cat", "Heart Attack", "Give Me the Love", "Good Luck", "Excuse Me" and "Bingle Bangle".

HistoryEdit

2012–2013: Formation and debutEdit

 
AOA at Gimpo Airport, Seoul, in October 2013.

The eight members were introduced individually through teaser photos from July 16 to 23 (in order: Seolhyun, Choa, Hyejeong, Chanmi, Yuna, Mina, Jimin, & Youkyoung).[4]

AOA were introduced with a 'transformer' concept, which the group described meant they would promote alternately as a band with various members playing instruments and as a dance group. Explaining the concept of their debut, FNC revealed that seven members are "full angels": Seolhyunari[5] (Seolhyun), Choaya[6] (Choa), Hyejeong.Linus[7] (Hyejeong), Chanmi T.T[8] (Chanmi), Yunaria[9] (Yuna), Minaring[10] (Mina), and leader Jiminel[11] (Jimin), while Youkyoung (or "Y") is listed as a "half-angel/half-mortal" as she is only a member when the group promotes as a band, thus they were known as a "7+1" group.[12] The song and music video for their debut title track "Elvis" was released on July 30. The group began promotions with their debut stage on August 9 on M Countdown and then Music Bank on August 10 to minimal success.

Two months after their debut, FNC confirmed that the group would be making a comeback with a second single album "Wanna Be" on October 10. The album cover was released along with the announcement, which depicted the eight members as different fictional characters.[13] Hyejeong, Jimin, Choa, Yuna, Chanmi, Mina, Seolhyun and Youkyung dressed as characters from Kill Bill, Léon, Legally Blonde, Tomb Raider, Harry Potter, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Romeo and Juliet, and The Fifth Element respectively.

In the latter half of 2012, it was confirmed that five-member band unit, AOA Black would perform a stage in the first week of promotions for "Get Out".[14] AOA Black made their first comeback appearance on the October 10 broadcast of KM's Music Triangle and performed the band version of "Get Out" for the first time.[14] The band made their second appearance on the October 12 broadcast of Music Bank.[14]

The following year, on July 11, it was announced that AOA Black would be releasing their debut song, "MOYA". The third single album and "MOYA" music video were released on July 26 and AOA Black had their first comeback stage on KBS Music Bank on the same day.[15][16] A few months later, the dance group released "Confused," alongside another single album, Red Motion, which was released on October 13 to moderate success.[17][18] At the end of that year, AOA appeared on FNC Entertainment's reality show "Cheongdam-dong 111," which depicted dramatized scenarios behind the scenes of the entertainment company among its artists, employees and other staff.[19]

2014–2016: Career breakthrough and Japan debutEdit

On January 16, AOA released their fifth single and single album, "Miniskirt," which was produced by Brave Brothers, ElephantKingdom and Galactika.[20][21] Shortly after its release, FNC announced that Seolhyun would sit out promotions for the song after injuring herself.[22] The song went on to be a huge success and peaked at #11 on Gaon Digital Chart and #8 on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100, which garnered them a lot of nationwide attention throughout South Korea and spawned their first hit song. On February 9, the group celebrated their first music show win on Inkigayo.[23]

In March, it was announced that member Seolhyun would make her theatrical debut in the action film, "Gangnam Blues".[24] In May that year, AOA appeared on Real Man to perform their hit song and play a quiz showdown with the soldiers.[25]

The following month, AOA released the single "Short Hair" alongside their first mini album on June 19. The album peaked at #4 on Gaon Weekly Album Chart, and the song at #5 on the Digital Chart and also topped the M Countdown chart in July. The music video ranked eighth on Billboard's "Most Viewed K-pop Videos Around the World" for June.[26] The following month, they released their first photobook, which was accompanied with a behind the scenes video to promote the release.[27]

Due to their rising popularity, AOA released their first Japanese single, a Japanese-language version of their hit song "Miniskirt" on October 1. Soon after, they were chosen as the promotional models for a mobile RPG, 'Fantasy Hero.'[28] In late October, FNC announced that AOA would be having another comeback, and shortly afterwords, began releasing teasers for the music video, unveiling a darker Catwoman concept.[29] The song and music video for Like a Cat were released on November 11, and the music video co-starred Daniel Snoeks. The song was a huge success, peaking at #5 on the Gaon Digital Chart, and ranking #1 on Gaon Social Chart for six consecutive weeks. On November 19, AOA took home their second music show win on Show Champion.

By the end of the year, AOA's rising popularity and nationwide success due to their consecutive hit songs earned them a spot in the top 5 of best-selling girl groups of the year on Gaon.[30]

 
AOA performing at KCON 2015 in Los Angeles.

AOA released a Japanese version of Like a Cat on February 25, 2015. The single also came with the Japanese versions of their original Korean songs "Elvis" and "Just the Two of Us".[31] On February 2, FNC released the short version music video of the Japanese version of "Like a Cat",[32] and it ranked No. 1 on Gayp! views daily and weekly ranking.[33] Like a Cat ranked #6 on Oricon Daily Chart and ranked #1 on Tower Records Shibuya on the first day of its release; it also ranked No. 3 as their peak on Oricon Daily Chart.[34]

AOA's first reality show "Open Up! AOA" premiered on February 26 on portal site Naver. The series consisted of 10 episodes, each 10 minutes long, and aired every Thursday. All eight members, including drummer Youkyung, were on the program.[35] AOA started filming their new variety show with MBC Music called AOA One Fine Day in Nanwan Monkey Island, Hainan, China on April 7, 2015. 'One Fine Day' started broadcasting on June 13, 2015.[36]

On June 2, 2015, FNC confirmed the group were preparing for comeback aimed for mid-June.[37] The poster for the group's EP "Heart Attack" was released weeks later,[38] and the song and mini album were released on the 22nd. The group's comeback showcase was held the same day at AX-Hall Seoul.[39] The comeback ended up being a massive success. It peaked at number 2 on Gaon Digital Chart and in the music chart's year-end digital chart, it placed in the top 20 with over one million downloads by the year's end.[2] The song is also reported to be one of the longest charting songs on Melon's music chart.[3]

In August 2015, the group made their first appearances in the United States performing at KCON 2015 in Los Angeles on August 2 and New York on August 8. In the same month, it was revealed that AOA would make a comeback in Japan with a full-length album, being the first full-length album for AOA to release, featuring 8 of their previous Japanese singles and 3 new songs, including the title track, "Oh Boy".[40] This album, Ace of Angels, was later released on October 14, 2015.

Seolhyun was chosen to host the 2015 KBS Entertainment Awards alongside comedian Shin Dong-yup and singer Sung Si-kyung.[41]

2016–2017: Angel's Knock and line-up changesEdit

On January 31, 2016, FNC formed a new sub-unit called AOA Cream, composed of members Yuna, Hyejeong, and Chanmi. They debuted on February 12, 2016 with the title track "I'm Jelly Baby".[citation needed]

On March 3, it was announced that "Give Me the Love", AOA's fourth and first original Japanese single, would be released on April 20. The track list comprised title track "Give Me the Love" featuring Japanese singer Takanori Nishikawa, a Japanese version of "Girl's Heart" and a new original song titled "Still Falls the Rain" [42]

On April 12, AOA aired their reality show "Channel AOA" on OnStyle Live.[43] The group came under widespread scrutiny following their appearance on the reality show when members Jimin and Seolhyun failed to recognize An Jung-geun in a game challenge they had performed on the series.[44] Following the outrage and criticism, the members issued a public apology for their actions.[45][46] In May 2016, they released their fourth mini-album entitled Good Luck with the lead single of the same name.[citation needed] The song peaked at number 2 on the Gaon Digital Chart and the album sold over 40,000 units.[47]

In October 2016, Youkyung departed from the group following termination of her contract. In her note to fans, she announced she would return to the group as a guest member for any future AOA Black activities.[48] In November, AOA released their second Japanese album Runway, which includes all songs from their previous "Give Me the Love" single.

In January 2017, AOA released their first Korean full-length album titled Angel's Knock with their double titled tracks "Excuse Me" and "Bing Bing". On the Gaon Chart, "Excuse Me" debuted at number #33.[citation needed] The song began rising once they began promotions on music programs, and peaked at #22.[citation needed] Despite this, they achieved three music show wins with the song during its promotions.[49][50] At the end of promotions, the group announced plans for their first headlining Korean concert.[51]

On June 22, Choa announced her departure from the group in an Instagram post. In her statement, she revealed her struggles with mental health, particularly insomnia and depression, and expressed desires for a break from celebrity life.[52] On June 30, the company confirmed that Choa had left the group, and the remaining six members would continue without her.[53] In November, AOA attended an event in Icheon, where they were appointed goodwill ambassadors for the 2018 Winter Olympics.[54]

2018–2019: Bingle Bangle, Mina’s departure, Queendom, and New MoonEdit

 
AOA outside KBS New Wing Open Hall to film in June 2018.

On May 28, 2018, the group returned with their fifth mini album titled Bingle Bangle with a title track of the same name.[55] The album's single peaked at #4 on Gaon Digital Chart and the group received a Bonsang at the Soribada Best K-Music Awards.[citation needed]

In late April 2019, contract negotiations had begun in light of the members' impending contract expiration.[56] FNC responded to reports shortly after stating that contract negotiations with the members were ongoing and discussions about resigning were going positively.[57] Mina had ultimately decided not to renew her contract and departed from the group to pursue a solo career.[58] In their statement, they confirmed that the group would continue as five.

In August 2019, AOA joined Mnet's reality survival show Queendom, which saw six female K-pop acts competing in a series of preliminary performances, and in the show's finale, each act would release a final song on the same day to compete for the top spot.[59][60] The series began airing on August 29, and following the premiere, AOA had begun to receive a lot of positive reception and widespread attention for their appearances on the show.[61] The performance for their cover of Mamamoo's "Egotistic" became a trending topic on Naver, and the digital release of their cover entered many Korean music charts.[62] On October 25, Queendom's six contestants released their final songs on Korean streaming services.[63] AOA released "Sorry," which would be their first official release as five members.[64]

AOA released their sixth mini album New Moon with the title track "Come See Me" on November 26, 2019.[65]

2020–present: Bullying allegations and Jimin's retirement from industryEdit

In early July 2020, former member Mina made a series of Instagram posts in which she alleged that Jimin had bullied her for ten years, driving her to the point of self-harming and attempting suicide. Following the allegations, FNC Entertainment released a statement promising to manage their artists better and announced that Jimin had been removed from the group and would be halting all celebrity activities. As of July 4, Jimin has left AOA and halted all of her activities in the entertainment industry.[66]

MembersEdit

Current

Former

Timeline

Orange: Member of AOA Black only
Black (vertical) = studio album
Blue (vertical) = extended play album

Sub-units

  • AOA Black: Jimin, Yuna, Choa, Mina, Youkyung
  • AOA White:[a] Hyejeong, Seolhyun, Chanmi
  • AOA Cream: Yuna, Hyejeong, Chanmi

DiscographyEdit

FilmographyEdit

Variety showEdit

Year Title Network Ref.
2019 Queendom Mnet

Reality seriesEdit

Year Channel Title Notes
2013 tvN Cheongdam-dong 111 FNC Ent's reality show
2015 Naver Open-up! AOA AOA's first web reality show
MBCevery1 AOA – One Fine Day AOA's first reality show
2016 Onstyle Channel AOA AOA's second reality show

ToursEdit

HeadliningEdit

  • 2017 AOA 1st Concert [Ace of Angels] in Seoul (2017)

Mini ConcertEdit

  • 2015 AOA Heart Attack Tour (2015)
  • AOA 1st Concert in Japan: Angels World 2015 ~Oh Boy Academy~ (2015)
  • AOA Mini Live: Good Luck to Elvis (2016)
  • AOA Summer Concert in Japan: Angels World 2016 (2016)

ShowcasesEdit

  • AOA "Ace of Angels" Debut Showcase (2012)
  • AOA Japan Showcase (2013)
  • AOA "Like a Cat" Mini Album Showcase (2014)
  • AOA "Heart Attack" Comeback Showcase "League of AOA" (2015)
  • AOA "Good Luck" Lucky Guard Showcase (2016)
  • AOA 5th Mini Album "Bingle Bangle" Showcase (2018)
  • AOA 6th Mini Album "New Moon" Showcase (2019)

Awards and nominationsEdit

On February 9, 2014, AOA received their first number-one win on South Korean music program Inkigayo with the song "Miniskirt".[67]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ non-promotional sub-unit

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