HOT PLACE (formerly Badkiz) is a South Korean girl group signed to Zoo Entertainment. The group debuted with their song "귓방망이" on March 24, 2014. The song was a commercial success and became well known for its dance and use of comedians in its music video. Shortly after the release, members Yeunji and Eunjoo were announced to be leaving the group. Eunjoo later changed her stage name to Eunsom and joined Wanna.B in 2015. The two members were replaced with Yoomin and Hana for their next song, "바밤바 (Babomba)", released November 13, 2014. The song achieved a moderate amount of success. After the release, members Bombom, Jina, Yoomin, and Hana were revealed to be leaving the group, leaving Monika as the sole remaining member of the original lineup. Bombom later changed her stage name to Jain and joined 피터패트 in 2017. Jina went on to become a solo singer under the stage name 지나유. Three new members, Lua, Haneul, and K.Me, who is a former member of ZZBEst, were added to the group for the group's next release, "이리로", released August 7, 2015, and the song acheived a moderate amount of success. Following the release, member Haneul revealed that she had left the group. Two new members, Somin and Usi joined the group for their next release, "핫해 (HOTHAE)", released August 16, 2016. The song was considered a commercial failure. After the release, Zoo Entertainment announced that member Lua would be leaving the group, and would be replaced with a new member, Duna. Duna is a former member of ZZBEst and 핫티즈. The group came back on November 21, 2016 with the song "귓방망이2", a remake of their debut song. Despite the original songs success, the remake was a commercial failure. The group released a new song, "Give It To Me", on July 4, 2017, marking the first time the group did not have a lineup change between releases. The song, however, was the group's least successful song since their debut.
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