Girl group T-ara has recently taken the K-Pop scene by storm with their hugely successful title song “Cry Cry,” which has been released in both drama and dance versions.

However, the girls are taking the song up a notch by releasing a ballad version of the song (which has been recently performed in stage performances) in a full music video version. After listening to the three versions of “Cry Cry”, fans agree the ballad version best conveys the lonely and destitute feeling of breaking up that is the focus of T-ara’s title song.

“Cry Cry’s” intensive beat and smooth rhythmic flow is still contained within the ballad version of the song, but with a slower melody and a more resonating guitar accompaniment, T-ara aims to draw in more fans by turning over a new leaf of their song. The music video is planned to be released on November 21, at 1:00PM Korean Standard Time (KST) on music streaming and video sites.

T-ara ‘s mature transformation has been taken note of as seen on their comeback stage on November 17, and continued their promotions on November 20 by appearing on SBS’s “Inkigayo.”