In many respects the Wonder Girls, a five member South Korean girls group, has become the face of K-Pop in the United States. In 2007 the group became an instant hit back home, producing multiple #1 hit singles (“Tell Me,” “So Hot,” and “Nobody”), and quickly capturing two Daesangs (Artist of the Year) Awards by 2008. Since their initial leap to stardom in South Korea and throughout Asia, the Wonder Girls have actively pursued entry into the American pop market. As a first step, the group opened for the American pop sensation Jonas Brothers during their 2009 World Tour, performing the English version of their #1 hit single “Nobody.” Indeed, the Wonder Girls stand apart from other aspiring K-Pop stars through their unique approach to entering the U.S. market, which on top of performing with American pop stars, includes a four-season MTV reality series “Wonder Girls,” and a Teen-Nick movie special by the same title. While the group has so-far found mixed success in winning over American listeners, there are little signs that they will let up anytime soon. Just this week, producer Park Jin Young announced a new twelve-song American album to be released this summer.