Another day, another long-established girl group calling it quits.

Despite a reassurance by their agency back in March, at least two members of T-ara — Soyeon and Boram — will officially not be renewing their contracts with MBK Entertainment.

The two members' contracts are due to expire in May.

“T-ara’s Boram and Soyeon’s contracts will end on May 15. Qri, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon have decided to renew their contract until the end of December, and will be focusing on solo activities, dramas, and other personal schedules as well as overseas activities. The T-ara members will release their last album together as a whole group in May," MBK Entertainment revealed in a statement today (Mar. 23), according to Soompi.

The group's final six-themed album, which will be released in May, will reportedly include a 6-minute medley of 24 hits from their extensive back catalog. T-ara first debuted in 2009, and notched mega-hits in Korea and abroad with tracks like "Lies," "Roly-Poly" and "Lovey-Dovey."

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