Papaya's first album, entitled 동화 ("Fairy Tale"), was distributed by One Star Music on August 4, 2000 and featured five members (Kang Se-jung, Joo Youn-jung, Jo Hye-kyung, Hwang Yoon-mi and Kang Kyoung-ah). Due to their unpopularity, Hwang Yoon-mi and Kang Kyoung-ah left the group before the release of their second album, Violet, released on May 22, 2001 under the Cream Entertainment music label.
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