Yee-ha! Girl group Kara held their comeback showcase to celebrate their grand return and wore bright pink cowgirl outfits.
At the Blue Square Samsung Card Hall in Seoul's Hannam-dong last night, May 26, the Kara quartet bedazzled live audiences as they appeared in cowgirl-inspired fashion, complete with pink tasseled crop tops and pink cowboy hats and tight black hot pants to show off their toned thighs.
The showcase marked the official return of the band with their seventh mini album, "In Love", along with the release of the music video for title track "Cupid" on the same day.
"Cupid" is an an upbeat, flirtatious number about capturing the heart of a guy and while it keeps in line with Kara's trademark energetic performances, it is that much more grown-up and less cutesy to reflect the girls' maturity now.
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The girls admit that being older has made them look towards less cute concepts. "It's not that we don't like cute concepts anymore," said member Seungyeon, 26, "It's just that it feels a bit embarrassing for us now to do an overly cute concept."