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Everyday, Girl's Day! Hello, we are Girl's Day!

—Girl's Day

Girl's Day (걸스데이) is a four-member girl group formed by DreamT Entertainment in 2010. Originally as five, they debuted on July 9, 2010 with the mini album Girl's Day Party #1.


2017: Everyday #5[]

On February 14, 2017, DreamT revealed the plan for the group's comeback, stated the group are focusing on recording.[1] On March 2, 2017, the agency told news outlets that the group are in the process of wrapping up the recording for their title track and the comeback was set on late March.[2] On March 10, the agency confirmed that the group's mini album was set to be released on March 27.[3] On March 17, DreamT released the promotion schedule for Girl's Day's fifth mini-album Everyday #5.[4] On March 22 and 23, four MV teasers showcasing each of the group members for the title track "I'll Be Yours" was released. On March 27, the album and music video for "I'll Be Yours" was released.

2018–present: Individual activities, member departures from DreamT[]

On January 11, 2019, DreamT announced Sojin has decided not renew her contract and will leave the agency once it expires in February. Dream T has stated the group has not disbanded with talks of group activities in the future.[5]

The news was followed by Yura signing with Awesome ENT on March 20, Minah with Yooborn Company on March 29, and Hyeri with Creative Group ING on April 30.[6][7][8]


Name Position(s) Year(s) active
Sojin (소진) Leader, Lead Vocalist 2010–present
Yura (유라) Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Vocalist, Visual Sept. 2010–present
Minah (민아) Main Vocalist 2010–present
Hyeri (혜리) Lead Dancer, Vocalist, Face of the Group, Maknae Sept. 2010–present
Jisun (지선) Lead Vocalist 2010
Jiin (지인) Main Vocalist 2010
Jihae (지해) Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Vocalist 2010–2012



Studio albums[]

Mini albums[]

Special albums[]


Promotional singles[]


Best albums[]




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