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DIA
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DIA in June 2017
From left to right: Eunjin, Yebin, Eunchae, Jueun, Huihyeon, Chaeyeon, Jenny, Somyi and Eunice
Background information
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active 2015 (2015)–present
Labels MBK Entertainment
Associated acts
Website mbk-ent.com/main_dia
Members
Past members

DIA (/ˈdə/; Korean: 다이아; shortened from DIAMOND and backronym for Do It Amazing) is a South Korean girl group formed by MBK Entertainment in 2015. They made their debut as a seven-member group in September 2015 with their full album Do It Amazing and its title track "Somehow".[1] The group currently consists of nine members: Eunice, Jueun, Huihyeon, Jenny, Yebin, Eunjin, Chaeyeon, Eunchae and Somyi.

In June 2016, the group released their first extended play Happy Ending (2016) with the title track "On the Road", which entered the Gaon chart at number forty-nine, their highest position on the chart to date.

History

2015: Formation and debut

In February 2015, MBK Entertainment announced its plans to debut a new girl group. Originally, the company had decided to have possible candidates for their new group compete on a reality survival program, through which the public could become familiar with the group members.

MBK Entertainment revealed the first potential members to be Huihyeon, Eunjin and Kim Minhyun.[2] Minhyun later left the project due to personal reasons, and Moon Seulgi and Chaeyeon were added to replace her.[3] On February 10, Kim Dani was confirmed to be joining the project and announced the program's name "T-ara's Little Sister Girl Group".[4] An additional member, Seunghee was also confirmed to have joined the lineup. Seunghee originally made her debut as member of F-ve Dolls in 2013, however she left two years later when the group disbanded.[5] In June, MBK announced that they had cancelled their plans for a survival program, and decided to select the members internally. The final three members, Yebin, Eunice and Jenny were revealed and the group was set to debut in August under the name "DIA".[6] MBK announced a line-up with six members: Eunice, Huihyeon (originally under the stage name Cathy), Jenny, Yebin, Eunjin and Chaeyeon.[7] Seunghee was added to the line-up before debut.

On September 14, 2015, DIA released their self-titled debut album, Do It Amazing. On the same day, the music video for their lead single, "Somehow", was released.[8] Their first official public appearance was also on September 14 when the group performed a showcase at the Ilchi Art Hall in Seoul.[9] They made their official debut stage on the music program M! Countdown on September 17, 2015. On October 19, DIA released the music video for "My Friend's Boyfriend", another song from their debut album, and they continued their promotions for this new song on music stages.[10] On December 17, Cathy and Chaeyeon were announced to have temporarily withdrawn from DIA to join Mnet's Girl Group Project Produce 101. It was revealed that both Cathy and Chaeyeon auditioned and signed contracts with the show before DIA's official debut. DIA was said to continue to promote as a five-member group for the time being. After being eliminated in episode 11, Cathy resumed her activities with the group. Chaeyeon placed 7th in the final episode which granted her entrance to I.O.I, and she continued her hiatus for ten months to carry out her activities with I.O.I when the project group debuted in May.[11]

2016: Happy Ending, Spell and sub-units

On March 7, MBK Entertainment announced the addition of a new member, Eunchae (introduced with her real name Chaewon) and confirmed they were currently preparing for a comeback.[12][13]

On April 13, MBK Entertainment announced that Seunghee's contract with the company would come to an end on April 30, and she decided not to renew.[14] On April 19, I.O.I's agency stated each girl's contracts allowed for the possibility of activities under their respective companies while under the group, however indicating that "I.O.I will be promoting as a whole or in units for the upcoming 10 months".[15]

 DIA on stage, on June 25, 2016.
DIA on stage, on June 25, 2016.

On May 11, MBK Entertainment later confirmed that Chaeyeon and Cathy will return to the group for upcoming comeback.[16] It was confirmed that Cathy will be using her real name Ki Hui-hyeon and Chaewon will use the stage name Eunchae for future promotions. On May 28, DIA performed at the Youth Dance Festival with Eunchae for first time.

DIA's first mini album Happy Ending was released on June 14. The group also released the music video for lead single "On The Road" on the same day, and had their comeback stage on M Countdown on June 16.

On August 11, MBK Entertainment released a teaser for their Harry Potter-themed comeback. The group held a showcase for their second mini album Spell at Blue Square Samsung Card Hall on September 12. The title track Mr. Potter and mini album were available for digital purchase on September 13, and physical purchase on September 21.[17][18]

On December 8, DIA announced that they would hold their first concert, First Miracle on December 24 and 25. On December 27, 2016, MBK Entertainment announced that DIA would release a special digital single album First Miracle DIAID Ⅰ, Ⅱ. The group was separated into two "A" and "B" sub-units. The A sub-unit "BinChaenHyunSeu" consisted of members Yebin, Chaeyeon, Huihyeon, and Eunice, and released the song "You Are the Moon and Earth" on December 29. The B sub-unit "L.U.B." (shortened from "Lovely Unit B"), consisted of members Jenny, Eunjin and Eunchae and released the song "13/32" on December 31. Both sub-units promoted on music shows in January 2017.[19][20]

2017: YOLO, Love Generation

On March 18, DIA was spotted filming their reality show YOLO TRIP in Japan. On March 31, it was confirmed that the reality show would begin airing on April 9 on the TV network Onstyle.

On April 5, Jueun and Somyi were announced as members of the group.[21] On April 6, their pre-release single " You Are My Flower" was released, which featured trot singers Kim Yeon Ja and Hong Jin-young. On April 19, DIA's second studio album YOLO was released. The album's contained fourteen tracks, with the lead single titled "Will You Go Out With Me?". The album also include several tracks composed by the members themselves and featuring various artists rapper DinDin, trot singers Kim Yeon-ja and Hong Jin-young, and former I.O.I member Kim Chung-ha.

DIA's third mini album Love Generation was released on August 22, 2017.[22]The album contains twelve tracks, with the lead single titled "Can't Stop".

MBK Entertainment announced that Yebin and Somyi will be participating in KBS' Idol Rebooting project - The Unit. The group will continue to promote with seven members due Yebin and Somyi on hiatus.[23]

On October 12, a repackaged edition for Love Generation, titled Present, was released. It contained the lead single from Love Generation along with four new songs including the single "Good Night", as well as the duet single "Seoraksan in October" by Yebin and Somyi, which previously released on September 28. It was announced that Yebin and Somyi only participate for preparing the album along with seven members, but not participate for the promotion due to participating in The Unit: Idol Rebooting Project.[24]

Members

Current members

  • Eunice (유니스)
  • Jueun (주은)
  • Huihyeon (희현) — Leader.
  • Jenny (제니)
  • Yebin (예빈)
  • Eunjin (은진)
  • Chaeyeon (채연)
  • Eunchae (은채)
  • Somyi (솜이)[25]

Former members

Sub-units

  • BinChaenHyunSeuS (빈챈현스S) – Yebin, Chaeyeon, Huihyeon, Eunice, Somyi[26]
  • L.U.B – Jueun, Jenny, Eunjin, Eunchae[26]

Timeline

Discography

Filmography

Reality television

Concerts

  • DIA 1st Concert [First Miracle] (2016)

Awards and nominations

Gaon Chart Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2015 New Artist of the Year[27] DIA Nominated

Seoul Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2015 Bonsang Award[28] "Somehow" Nominated
New Artist Award DIA Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
Hallyu Special Award Nominated

AfreecaTV BJ Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2015 Special Idol Awards[29] DIA Won

Asia Artist Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Most Popular Artist (Singer) DIA Nominated
2017 Rising Star Award Won

Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Kpop Singer Award DIA Won

Soribada Best K-Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 New Korean Wave Photogenic Award[30] DIA Won

Melon Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 Best Trot "Flower, Moon, Alcohol" Pending

References

  1. ^ "Gaon September 2016 Album Chart" (in Korean). Gaon September 2015 Album Chart. Archived from the original on January 4, 2017. 
  2. ^ "MBK Entertainment (Core Contents Media) reported to also unleash a new girl group this year". Allkpop. January 6, 2015. 
  3. ^ "MBK Entertainment (Core Contents Media) to air a survival show for its new girl group + details on trainee Seulgi". Allkpop. February 3, 2015. 
  4. ^ "MBK Entertainment to launch 'T-ara's Little Sister Girl Group' survival program + Dani to join as a member". Allkpop. February 10, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Former 5Dolls' Seunghee is the final member participating in MBK Entertainment's new girl group project". Allkpop. March 19, 2015. 
  6. ^ "MBK Entertainment scraps plans for a survival reality show for new girl group + reveals three finalized members". allkpop.com. 2015-06-04. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  7. ^ "MBK Entertainment's new girl group 'DIA' to make their debut in August!". allkpop.com. 2015-06-29. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  8. ^ "DIA says it's 'Somehow' a good day in debut MV". allkpop.com. 2015-09-14. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  9. ^ "MBK's new girl group Dia to perform their title track for the first time with a debut showcase!". allkpop.com. 2015-09-09. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  10. ^ "Dia are bubbly and bright in follow-up MV 'My Friend's Boyfriend'!". allkpop.com. 2015-10-19. Retrieved 2015-10-22. 
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  15. ^ "YMC Entertainment clears up misunderstanding about IOI's upcoming schedule". allkpop.com. 2016-04-19. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  16. ^ "아이오아이 정채연, 6월 다이아 컴백 확정…기희현 합류 :: 네이버 TV연예" (in Korean). tvreport.co.kr. 2016-05-11. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  17. ^ "다이아, "컬러풀하게 돌아온다" 9월 12일 대형 쇼케이스 개최!" (in Korean). mbk-ent.com. August 30, 2016. 
  18. ^ "Watch: DIA Reveals Their Love For "Mr. Potter" In MV Teaser". Soompi. 2016-09-02. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  19. ^ "다이아 측 "유닛 A팀-B팀 신곡 발표 확정, 음악방송 출연" - 손에 잡히는 뉴스 눈에 보이는 뉴스 - 뉴스엔" (in Korean). Newsen.com. 2016-12-27. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  20. ^ "DIA Will Return As 2 Sub-Units For Special Comeback". Soompi. 2016-12-27. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  21. ^ "[단독]다이아, 새 멤버 2명 영입 전격 9인조 개편..보컬 강화". Star News. April 5, 2017. 
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  23. ^ http://m.entertain.naver.com/music/now/read?oid=311&aid=0000771286
  24. ^ 다이아 측 "'더 유닛' 예빈·솜이 제외, 7인조로 12일 컴백" (공식)
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  26. ^ a b "다이아, 22일 'LOVE GENERATION'로 컴백 확정…"확 바뀐 이미지"" (in Korean). X Sports News. 
  27. ^ "5th Gaon Chart K-pop Awards, New Artist of the Year nominees". 5th Gaon Chart K-pop Awards. Kpop Construction. Retrieved January 22, 2016. 
  28. ^ "Seoul Music Awards Global (scroll to K-POP STAR 2015 [LIVE VOTE] and click "Main, Popular (Overseas) and Rookie" to reveal the nominees)". Seoul Music Awards. SportsSeoul. Retrieved 9 December 2015. 
  29. ^ "YouTube". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-06-09. 
  30. ^ "'소리바다' 엑소, 韓최초 5년연속 대상..트와이스는 음원퀸[종합]". osen.mt.co.kr (in Korean). OSEN. September 20, 2017. Retrieved September 20, 2017. 

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