Mona Lisa (EP)

Mona Lisa
EP by MBLAQ
Released South Korea July 12, 2011
(see release history)
Recorded 2011
Genre K-pop, pop, Dance
Length 20:27
Language Korean
Label J.Tune Camp
MBLAQ chronology
BLAQ Style - 3D Edition
(2011)
Mona Lisa
(2011)
Singles from Mona Lisa
  1. "Mona Lisa"
    Released: July 12, 2011
  2. "I Don't Know"
    Released: September 1, 2011 (Promotional single)

Mona Lisa (Korean: 모나리자) is an EP by South Korean boy band MBLAQ. The album was released online on July 12 and physically on July 15.[1] The online pre-orders started in July 8, 2011. The album consists of six new tracks, and the title track, also called Mona Lisa is a spanish electronic dance track.[1]

Contents

Concept

The concept of this album is 'celebrated works' with the members personally choosing famous figures in history to parody. Mir chose The Beatles, Thunder chose Boy George, Joon chose Zorro, G.O chose James Dean, and Seungho chose Papillon.[1]

Promotions

The group started promoting the title track "Mona Lisa" on the tv music shows in July 14 on Mnet's M! Countdown. The song "I Think You Know" was used for the comeback. They finished promoting the song on August 28 and followed with the song "I Don't Know" on September 1. The promotions of the song and the EP ended on September 11.

Tracklisting

Bold at the space of "Tracks" means promotional singles in each album.

No. Title Length
1. "Ojos Frios" (Bandoneon by 고상지) 1:31
2. "Mona Lisa" (모나리자) 3:41
3. "I Don't Know" (모르겠어요; Moreugesseoyo) 3:34
4. "I Think You Know" (알면서 그래; Almyeonseo Geurae) 3:37
5. "One"   4:00
6. "I Should Not Say" (말하지 말걸..; Malhaji Malgeol..) 4:04
Total length:
20:27

Charts

Album chart

Chart Peak
position
Gaon Weekly album chart[2] 1
Gaon Monthly album chart[2] 3

Single chart

Song Peak chart position
KOR US
Gaon Chart[2] K-Pop Billboard[3]
"Mona Lisa" 8 37
"I Don't Know" 138 -

Sales and certifications

Chart Amount
Gaon physical sales[4] 38,505

Release history

Country Date Format Label
South Korea July 12, 2011 Digital download J.Tune Camp
July 15, 2011 CD

References

External links


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