After 10-year struggle, K-pop group Brave Girls find fame with compilation video

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “After 10-year struggle, K-pop group Brave Girls find fame with compilation video” – below is their description.

After a decade in the business, the K-pop group Brave Girls was poised to disband in 2001 because they failed to realise their dreams. But in February, a video featuring a compilation of their performances was uploaded to YouTube and became an online hit that finally put the girls’ careers on track.

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