Weather Girls

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Not to be confused with The Weather Girls.
For other uses, see Weather girl (disambiguation).
Weather Girls
Weather Girls - 2013-07-07 - Shibuya (011).jpg
Marui City, Shibuya, Tokyo, 7 July 2013.
FLTR: Mia, Hi Jon, Mini, Yumi, NueNue, Dara, and Ice.
Background information
Origin Taiwan Taiwan
Genres
Years active
  • Weathercasters: 2010–12
  • Idol group: 2012–present
Labels
Website (See below)
Members
  • Hi Jon
  • Ria
  • Mia
  • Mini
  • Yumi
  • NueNue
Past members
  • Ice
  • Dara
Weather Girls
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 天氣女孩
Simplified Chinese 天气女孩
Japanese name
Kana ウェザーガールズ

Weather Girls is a group of Japanese idols from Taiwan. The group is formed in 2010 and acted as weather forecasters on television and the internet for Taiwan and the United States.[1] After attracting attention in Japan, seven of its members, one for each day of the week, are selected to debut as an idol group in Japan in 2012. They are the first Taiwanese girl group to come to Japan.[2][3]

In Japan, the group was under Pony Canyon and was managed by Ritz Productions. Jeff Miyahara was the producer of the group.[2] After its debut, the group had continuously performed in all regions of the coutry.[4] Its members had also starred in dramas, hosted television shows, and sung television theme songs. The group has released six Japanese singles and one Japanese album amongst other things.

In 2013, the group also debuted as a musical group in Taiwan. The group issued a Mandarin album in the following year. In its homeland, the group is under FEMC and is managed by L Motion Entertainment. Its producer is Bryan Chen (陳國華).[5]

The current members of the group are Hi Jon, Ria, Mia, Mini, Yumi, and NueNue. Dara left in 2013 and was replaced by Ria. Ice (former name: Esse) left in 2014.

History[edit]

2010–12: weathercasters[edit]

Desiring to produce a daily program featuring charming Taiwanese girls, Next TV Broadcasting Limited originated an idea of creating a daily weather forecast program to be distributed through television and the internet, with a group of cute young girls doing cosplay and dancing whilst reporting forecasts.[1][6]

On 1 August 2010, Next TV formed a group of seven girls called "Weather Girls". The number of the members was later increased to fourteen and eventually thirty-four.[1][6] The duties of the girls were to report weather forecasts or, in fact, to "keep eyes glued on TV sets", but not to serve as meteorologists.[7] Each day of the week was hosted by a different girl who would introduce herself, dance in costume and deliver a short message to viewers in an adorable manner during the report.[1][2][8]

The program theme was changed every month. For example, in the graduation theme, the weather reports were filmed at Shih Chien University[6] and the girls dressed up in Japanese school uniforms and spoke in Japanese.[1] The themes of Chinese New Year, company internship, environmentalism, flight attendants, ninja, and tokusatsu had also been used.[6][9] Furthermore, the costumes, music, and visuals were changed in each theme.[6]

As the forecasts were for Taiwan and the United States, the girls spoke in English, Mandarin and Japanese. Lester Shih (奚岳隆), creator of the program, said the Japanese versions were not originally intended for Japanese audience, but merely an expression of Japanese style of cuteness.[6] On television, the forecasts were broadcast daily during the afternoon, evening, and late news.[7]

Regarding the idea of producing the program, Shih said:[6]

Sunday Girl NueNue, one of the members later selected to form an idol group in Japan, stated: "We all learn about it a bit in school [...], though I still don't know too much about weather forecasting." According to her, the idea of Next TV was to "make weather fun" since "weather reports are usually dull because it's just someone telling you that it's going to be sunny or it's going to rain, etc."[7]

The program became highly popular,[6] especially in Japan where it was introduced by many Japanese programs in April 2012.[1][2][10] The program was terminated and the group was dissolved after some of its members became an idol group in Japan.

2012: debut as idol group in Japan[edit]

Debut in Japan[edit]

After having appeared on Japanese programs in April 2012, the group attracted much attention in Japan. Seven of its members, most skilled in singing and dancing, were then chosen to debut in Japan as an idol group which is also titled "Weather Girls". They are the first Taiwanese girl group to come to Japan.[2][3][8]

On 8 August 2012, the news of Weather Girls debut was officially announced.[3] In Japan, the group was under Pony Canyon[8] and was represented by Ritz Productions. Jeff Miyahara was the producer of the group.[2] At a press conference, a Pony Canyon representative said:[11]

Friday Girl Mini stated: "I have been fond of Japan since my childhood days and I have been wishing I could live there someday. I have also been longing to become a singer. Being able to fulfill these dreams of mine is such a wonderful feeling."[12] Saturday Girl Yumi, leader of the group, added that she and her fellow members wished to appear on the annual music show Kōhaku Uta Gassen (紅白歌合戦) and to become weather forecasters in Japan as well.[2]

On 10 August 2012, the group held its debut performance at the A-Nation festival.[13]

For their Japanese career, the seven girls were required to take Japanese courses, in addition to dance lessons and performance rehearsals. Their language studies were broadcast on television once a week.[8] Since 23 September 2012, they had also been fixed guests on the show @TV Akihabara (@TV秋葉原) which aired every Sunday and aimed to educate viewers on different forms of Japanese culture.[14]

First single, "Koi no Tenki Yohō"[edit]

In September 2012, the first single of the group, "Koi no Tenki Yohō", was announced. On 30 September 2012, the music video of the title track was officially released.[2][3] The music video published on YouTube had attracted more than one million views.

On 17 October 2012, the single was physically released in two editions, regular and limited. The CDs in both editions contain the title track, and a B-side, "Loving Pass – Koi no Password", as well as the instrumental versions thereof. The limited edition was also accompanied by a special DVD containing the music video and a video of the girls introducing themselves.[15]

2013: first Japanese album and debut in Taiwan[edit]

Weather Girls at their first Japanese album event, Marui City, Shibuya, Tokyo, 7 July 2013.

In 2013, Weather Girls saw additional developments in Japan. The group released three singles and one full-length album. The group also enjoyed opportunities to regularly appear on television, as it launched its first television show and first television drama. In addition, the girls decided to take a tough national examination to become licensed weather forecasters in Japan and took the whole year to prepare themselves for it. At the end of the year, the group also debuted in its homeland Taiwan and Wednesday Girl Dara had her own contract terminated, thereby leaving the group.

Second and third singles, "Koi wa Tokimeki Chūihō" and "Koi no Love – Sunshine"[edit]

On 25 December 2012, the second single of the group, "Koi wa Tokimeki Chūihō", was announced. On 6 February 2013, it was physically released.[16] On 31 January 2013, the music video of the title track was released.

On 5 June 2013, the group's third single, "Koi no Love – Sunshine", was released .[17] On 25 April 2013, the music video of the title track was released. The sailor swimsuits, the concept costumes for this single, were designed by Junko Isogai (磯谷淳子) from the fashion house Dexi.[18]

Weathercaster licence exam[edit]

On 17 May 2013, it was revealed that the group would take Japan's National Weather Forecasting Licence Examination to become legitimate weather forecasters in the country, in addition to its idol career. The examination has been held biannually since 1994, reportedly with a five percent pass rate.[19]

For the sake of the examination, the group took meteorological classes where a licensed weather forecaster gave lectures and fans were allowed to be present.[19] These classes were called Absolutely Pass! (絶対合格!). On 25 January 2014, the group took the examination. On 9 May 2014, the last class took place at Pony Canyon Headquarters in Tokyo.[20]

First Japanese album, Weather Girls[edit]

On 17 May 2013, the first album of the group, called Weather Girls,[21] was announced.[19] On 3 July 2013, it was physically issued.[19] The eponymous album contains six new songs and four hit songs from the previous singles.[19][22] The songs vary from dance-pop to ballad.[22]

With the theme of clouds, the concept art of the album was described as follows: "Weather Girls, wearing fluffy marshmallow clouds, come to Japan riding on 'bomb anticyclone'".[23] The cloud outfits, the concept costumes for this album, were again designed by Junko Isogai from the fashion house Dexi.[24]

From its debut to the end of July 2013, the group had made a total of one hundred and one public performances.[25] On 11 August 2013, the group performed at the A-Nation festival once again.[26]

Fourth single, "Hey Boy – Weishenme?", as well as first TV show and drama[edit]

On 19 August 2013, it was announced that the fourth single of the group, titled "Hey Boy – Weishenme?",[27] would be released in autumn 2013.The release date was later announced to be 20 November 2013.[28]

The title track served as the ending theme of Attack Shimasukedo Nani Ka?, a new television show hosted by the group.[29] On 19 October 2013, several networks began airing the show.[30]

On 6 September 2013, Secret Chores Group, a thirty-one-episode series produced by Next TV started to be broadcast in Japan. Set in 2030, the sci-fi dramedy was about a group of six girls charged with secret investigative missions, played by the members of the group, save Thursday Girl Mia.[31]

Debut in Taiwan and retirement of Wednesday Girl[edit]

On 1 October 2013, Wednesday Girl Dara vacated her membership. On 15 October 2013, the group's management agency, Ritz Productions, released a statement that her contract was terminated due to her repeated abandonment of work, despite its successive warnings and encouragement.[27]

On 7 October 2013, it was announced that the group also debuted as a musical group in its homeland Taiwan. On the same day, the group made its presence in Taipei where it held a debut performance, a press conference, and a contract signing ceremony. In Taiwan, the group is under FEMC.[32][33]

On 5 November 2013, the group issued its first Mandarin song called "Wei Wo Jiayou" which served as the official theme song for the Super Basketball League (SBL) tenth season. On the same occasion, it was announced that the group would be the official spokesperson of the SBL during its eleventh season.[34][35] On 7 November 2013, the music video of "Wei Wo Jiayou" was released.[36][37]

2014: first Mandarin album[edit]

In 2014, the group obtained a new Wednesday Girl, Ria, before releasing two singles and appearing in a television drama in Japan. It also released its first Mandarin album in its homeland and continued to work in both countries. In addition, its members were appointed anti-piracy ambassadors by a Japanese copyright protection organisation. Late this year, Tuesday Girl Ice left the group.

New Wednesday Girl and fifth single, "Tomorrow World"[edit]

On 24 January 2014, a Taiwanese girl nicknamed Ria was selected to replace Dara as Wednesday Girl. At the same time, it was announced that the fifth single of the group, "Tomorrow World", would be released on 5 March 2014. Roles of Ria commenced from this single.[38][39]

The title track, "Tomorrow World", is deemed a new aspect of the group, as it was the group's first medium tempo song. Besides, its lyrics are about graduation season after which a new world of graduates begins, and convey the significance of friendship, whilst most of the group's earlier released songs concern natural seasons and romantic love.[40][41]

On 17 February 2014, the music video of "Tomorrow World" was premiered. It was shot on the rooftop of a five-hundred-metre-tall building in Taipei with certain landmark buildings in the background, including Taipei 101 and Taipei City Hall.[42]

Anti-piracy ambassadors and video game characters[edit]

On 27 January 2014, the Content Overseas Distribution Association, a Japanese private organisation supported by the Japanese and Taiwanese governments and having the objective to promote copyright protection at regional level in Asia, appointed the members of the group as Japanese–Taiwanese Goodwill Ambassadors to promote anti-piracy campaigns in both countries. On 22 February 2014, the inauguration was held at the art museum Spot Hushan in Huashan 1914 Creative Park, Taipei, where the girls were given the titles "Japanese–Taiwanese Copyright Protection Commanders" (日台著作権保護隊長).[43]

On 28 January 2014, International Games System released a dance video game, We Dancing Online 3, featuring the group members as new characters, as well as its hit song "Koi no Tenki Yohō". The game also includes the costumes and scenes appearing in the music videos of the group.[44]

Further entertainment shows[edit]

On 4 April 2014, the group became regular cast on Kosaka Daimaō No Idol Club, a radio show hosted by comedian Daimaō Kosaka (古坂大魔王) and broadcast every Friday by Nippon Broadcasting System.[45]

On 7 April 2014, Nagoya Broadcasting Network started broadcasting Tetsuko no Sodatekata, a television drama in which the group appeared as a group of railway idols called "Railway Girls" (鉄道ガールズ).[46][47] Directed by Tomoyuki Furumaya, the drama was adapted from the 2014 seinen manga of the same name written by Hiroshi Kawasumi.[48]

On 25 April 2014, Gala Television began airing in Taiwan every Friday We Are Coming, a comedy show directed by George Chang (張兆志) and starring the group.[49][50][51][52] Despite having gained very high ratings, it was announced on 4 July 2014 that the show would be terminated at the end of July 2014. The announcement came immediately after the concurrent resignation of some of the crew and cast members, including Producer Sun Lexin (孫樂欣) and Actor Tai Zhiyuan (邰智源).[53][54]

On 1 October 2014, the group launched a one-hour internet show called Let's Go Live. The show was live broadcast every Wednesday night on its official channel at Livehouse.in. During the show, viewers could participate in the chat room discussions on the channel and could phone in.[55] The group later issued more internet shows on the same website: Ustyle × Tianqi Nuhai Tebie Qihua broadcast every Thursday night from 20 November 2014[56] and Ptt Zhoubao × Tianqi Nuhai broadcast every Monday night from 12 January 2015.[57]

Sixth single, "Like You – Anyway"[edit]

Weather Girls at their first Mandarin album event, Taichung, 23 November 2014.

On 7 April 2014, the sixth single of the group, "Like You – Anyway", was announced. On 4 June 2014, the single was physically released. The title track was used as the ending theme of the previously mentioned drama Tetsuko no Sodatekata.[10][58] Premiered on 1 May 2014, the music video of "Like You – Anyway" was shot at a Pony Canyon studio in Chigasaki, Kanagawa.[59] The theme of the single is summer vacation. Instead of matching uniforms as in the preceding singles, the concept outfits for this single are casual summer dresses consisting of white tops and colourful shorts and skirts.[59]

On 3 June 2014, the group celebrated its sixth single by holding an activity in which its members one by one published one hundred articles on their Ameba blog within one day. As they succeeded in their activity, these girls became the first Taiwanese artists carrying out such activity and the first Taiwanese people succeeding therein.[60]

First Mandarin album, Wei A, and retirement of Tuesday Girl[edit]

On 10 February 2014, it was reported that the group was to release a Mandarin album in Taiwan.[61]

On 4 July 2014, the group premiered a Mandarin song called "Wo Shi Boss" at Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium where Brother Elephants and Lamigo Monkeys launched their baseball match series called Bao Wen Pa (豹紋趴) and the group members served as the ceremonial first pitchers.[62] The song is the theme song for CSTV's Boss Sports Channel (博斯運動頻道).[5][63]

On 1 October 2014, Tuesday Girl Ice declared on her Facebook fanpage that she vacated her membership on 23 September 2014 for personal reasons.[64]

On 25 October 2014, there was an announcement that Wei A,[65] the first Mandarin album of the group, would be released in Taiwan on 1 November 2014.[66][67] The album contains ten songs: two previously released songs and eight newly composed songs.The production of the album was the collaboration between many famous Taiwanese musicians, including Bryan Chen (陳國華), Cai Zhengxun (蔡政勳), Chase Chang (張傑), Jacky Chen (陳建瑋), Jiujiu (九九), Lu Weixiao (魯維孝), Tina Wang (王雅君), and Yu Xuan (于萱).[4][65]

On 27 October 2014, several songs from the album were premiered on radio.[66] On the release date, the group held an autograph session marking the launching of the album at Ximending, Taipei.[68] Within a few days after its release, the album became the fourth-best-selling album in the country.It was ranked the third-best seller at the end of November 2014.

On 8 November 2014, the music video of the title song, "Wei A", was premiered.[69] On 2 December 2014, the music video of another song from the album, "Don't Cry", was issued.[70]

2015: Mini's injury[edit]

In 2015, the group continued to carry out activities in its homeland, Taiwan. On 24 January 2015, it performed at the annual grand event Super Star (超級巨星紅白藝能大賞), the Taiwanese version of Kōhaku Uta Gassen. The event took place at Taipei Arena and was broadcast on 18 February 2015, the eve of the Chinese New Year.[71]

On 18 February 2015, The Wonderful Wedding, a Taiwanese film starring the group, was also released.[72][73]

On 2 June 2015, Friday Girl Mini informed on her Facebook that she has an injury on her backbone.[74] She then asked the Taiwanese company, FEMC, for a long break to receive proper physical therapy treatment.[75] However, the date of Mini's return is still an unknown.

2016: new TV program and Daikin CF[edit]

On 7 January 2016, a new travel TV program called, HI! LET'S GO (嗨!LET'S GO), hosted by Weather Girls, is aired on Asia Travel(亞洲旅遊台).[76] In March 2016, Weather Girls endorsed Daikin air conditioner. The company partnered up with the group by giving them a new identity called, "DKR32", as well as released a special MV to promote the new Daikin air conditioner.[77][78]

Controversy[edit]

Due to success of Weather Girls, the Mainland China Guangdong Television set up a group of weather reporting girls called "Pinkopie" (蘋果派 Píngguǒ Pài; "Apple Pie") to produce a like program in December 2011.[79] In January 2012, Next TV responded to the Chinese group with a press release describing the program as "plagiarism" and condemning the Chinese authority for its lack of copyright protection laws.[79]

Members[edit]

Members List
Stage name Birth name Birth date/place In charge of
Official
ROM
Japanese Chinese SC TC PY Day Element Color
SC TC PY
Hi Jon ハイジャン 嗨奖 嗨獎 Hāijiǎng 郑宜婷 鄭宜婷 Zhèng Yítíng 27 September
Chiayi
Monday Lightning Green
Ria リア 芮雅 芮雅 Ruìyǎ 林彣洁 林彣潔 Lín Wénjié 8 October
Keelung
Wednesday Cloud Red
Mia ミア 小米儿 小米兒 Xiǎo Mǐ Er 庄心怡 莊心怡 Zhuāng Xīnyí 12 June
Taichung
Thursday Sun Blue
Mini
(Leader in Taiwan)
ミニ 米尼 米尼 Mǐní 林怡慧 林怡慧 Lín Yíhuì 30 June
Tainan
Friday Snow Pink
Yumi
(Leader in Japan)
ユミ 采薇 采薇 Cǎi Wēi 林采薇 林采薇 Lín Cǎiwēi 5 March
Taipei
Saturday Fog Purple
NueNue ニューニュー 妞妞 妞妞 Niūniū 赵静仪 趙靜儀 Zhào Jìngyí 4 October
Taipei
Sunday Wind Yellow
Former Members
Ice アイス 爱丝 愛絲 Àisī 刘玳妍 劉玳妍[80] Liú Dàiyán 18 August
Kaohsiung
Tuesday Rain Orange
Dara ダラ 小奶昔 小奶昔 Xiǎo Nǎi Xī 卓昔洁 卓昔潔 Zhuō Xījié 7 September
Taipei
Wednesday Cloud Red

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Japanese singles[edit]

Single # Single Information Track Listing Oricon[81]
1st 恋の天気予報
(Weather Forecast of Love; Koi no Tenki Yohō)
  • Released[82]:17 October 2012
  • Editions: Regular、Limited
  • Formats:CD、CD+DVD
29
2nd 恋はトキメキ注意報
(Heartbeat Storm Warning is Love; Koi wa Tokimeki Chūihō)
  • Released:6 February 2013
  • Editions:Regular, Limited
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD
35
3rd 恋のラブ♥サンシャイン
(Love of Love♥Sunshine; Koi no Love♥Sunshine)
  • Released:5 June 2013
  • Editions:Regular, Limited
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD
27
4th HEY BOY~ウェイシェンモ?~
(HEY BOY~For What Reason?~; HEY BOY~Weishenme?~)
  • Released:20 November 2013
  • Editions: Regular, Limited 1, Limited 2
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, CD+DVD
54
5th Tomorrow World
  • Released:5 March 2014
  • Editions: Regular, Limited 1, Limited 2
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, CD+DVD
44
6th Like You ♡ Anyway
  • Released:4 June 2014
  • Editions: Regular, Limited 1, Limited 2
  • Formats: CD, CD+DVD, CD+DVD
44

Japanese album[edit]

Album # Album Information Track Listing Oricon[81]
1st WEATHER GIRLS
  • Released:3 July 2013
  • Format: CD
67

Mandarin Album[edit]

Album # Album Information Track Listing
1st 威啊
(Power Ah; Wei A)
  • Released:1 November 2014
  • Format: CD

Other songs[edit]

# Title Release date Notes
1 "Wei Wo Jiayou"
為我加油 Wèi Wǒ Jiāyóu
"Cheer for Me"
7 November 2013 Theme song for the Super Basketball League tenth season; later included in the sixth Japanese single and the first Mandarin album
2 "Wo Shi Boss"
我是Boss Wǒ Shì Boss
"I'm Boss"
4 July 2014 Theme song for CSTV's Boss Sports Channel (博斯運動頻道); later included in the first Mandarin album
3 "DKR32" 10 March 2016 Daikin air conditioner commercial song

Videography[edit]

Video collections[edit]

Video # Video Information Track Listing Oricon[81]
1st ウェザーガールズTV Vol.1
(Weather Girls TV Vol. 1)
  • Released:20 March 2013
  • Format: DVD
N/A
2nd CLIPS ♡
  • Released: 3 September 2014
  • Formats:Blu-ray
57

Video games[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
2012 恋の天気予報
(Weather Forecast of Love; Koi no Tenki Yohō)
Lester Shih
2013 恋はトキメキ注意報
(Heartbeat Storm Warning is Love; Koi wa Tokimeki Chūihō)
Lester Shih
恋のラブ♥サンシャイン
(Love of Love♥Sunshine; Koi no Love♥Sunshine)
Lester Shih
"HEY BOY~ウェイシェンモ?~"
(HEY BOY~For What Reason?~; HEY BOY~Weishenme?~)
Hideyuki Kato[84]
“為我加油”
(Cheer for Me; Wèi Wǒ Jiāyóu)
Lester Shih
2014 "Tomorrow World" Sū Wén Shèng[85]
"Like You ♡ Anyway" Hideyuki Kato[84]
”我是 Boss”
(I’m Boss; Wǒ Shì Boss)
Lài Wěi Kāng
”威啊”
(Power Ah; Wei A)
Lester Shih
"Don't Cry" Yīn Zhèn Háo
2016 "DKR32" Shū Yí Huá、
Yáo Guó Fēng

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Member Director
N/A "恨幸福來過"
(Hèn Xìng Fú Lái Guò)
Li Dong Xue Yumi[86] Vincent Fang (lyricist)
2015 "Happy, Come Cha-Cha"
(歡喜來恰恰; Hoa Hee Lai Cha Cha)
Jacky Chen, Ric, Daniel Luo, Guo Jin Fa Mia Lester Shih

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Country Title Member(s) Role
2015 Taiwan 大囍臨門[87]
The Wonderful Wedding
Hi Jon Gao Helen
Ice Li Shu Fen’s co-worker
Ria
Mia
Mini
Yumi
NueNue

Short films[edit]

Year Country Title Member(s) Role
2014 Taiwan 男人的小確幸 Mini Florist
Yumi Guest
2015 遇上200%的你
Meeting the 200% You
Mini Macy
NueNue Ah Ching (阿晴)

Television dramas[edit]

Title Country Network Date Member(s) Role
雜務特勤組[88]
Secret Chores Group

(ザツムトッキングミ)
Japan C-POP TV 6 September 2013 -
4 April 2014
Hi Jon Ota
(オタ)
Ice Kitty
(キティ)
Dara Yè Kěxīn
(葉可欣, イエ・カーシン)
Mia Jennifer
(珍妮花)
Mini Fix
Yumi Méiguī
(玫瑰, メイグイ)
NueNue Lín Bǎolì
(林寶莉, リン・バオリー)
鉄子の育て方[89]
Tetsuko no Sodatekata

(How to Train a Lady of Steel)
Nagoya TV 7 April 2014 -
23 June 2014
All 鉄道ガールズ
(Railroad Girls)
孤独のグルメ[90]
Kodoku no Gourmet
TV Tokyo 23 October 2015 Ria Guest
Taiwan GoldSunTV 13 May 2016 NueNue
我家是戰國[91]
War Family
GTV 24 March 2016 -
18 May 2016
Lu Qiaozhen
(魯巧真)

Internet dramas[edit]

Title Country Network Date Member(s) Role
恐怖高校劇場: 天氣女孩畢旅夢靨!
Horror High School Theater: Weather Girls' Nightmare Trip!
Taiwan Coture 21 January 2015 Yumi Yumi
NueNue 妞妞(NueNue)
愛呀,午休時刻-寂寞
Love,Lunch Break-Loneliness
24 July 2015 -
10 August 2015
艾莉絲
(Alice)
星座研究室: OL逆襲 辦公室的復仇
Horoscope Research Lab EP #23
1 September 2015 Yumi 范范
(Fan Fan)
星座研究室: 求婚者的十二道陰影
Horoscope Research Lab EP #24
30 September 2015 NueNue Girlfriend
星座研究室: 拒絕加班 OL的怒吼
Horoscope Research Lab EP #34
11 November 2015 Yumi Office lady
星座研究室: 別讓服飾店員不開心!奧客排行榜!
Horoscope Research Lab EP #51
10 March 2016 NueNue 奧客
(Rude customer)
Before & After: 一個人好 但不要單身到老
Before & After #2
8 June 2016 Friend
Before & After: 職場裝閨蜜 老闆前捅你
Before & After #3
15 June 2016 君君
(Jun Jun)
Before & After: 裝作不會喝 是怕嚇到你
Before & After #4
22 June 2016 Girl
Before & After: 在男人面前 永遠都是小鳥胃
Before & After #5
29 June 2016 Girlfriend
Before & After: 激情一夜 帥哥竟是小...
Before & After #6
6 July 2016 Girl
Before & After: 沒事找架吵 只怕你亂搞
Before & After #7
13 July 2016 Friend

Television/Internet show hosts[edit]

Title Date Network Member(s) Country Note
密著ウェザーガールズ
Follow Up Weather Girls
1 October 2012 -
26 November 2012
Music On! TV All Japan Reality show
密著ウェザーガールズ Season Ⅱ
Follow Up Weather Girls
4 February 2103 -
26 March 2013
ウェザーガールズ料理クィーン決定戦
Weather Girls Cooking Queen Competition
2 July 2013 -
8 October 2013
YouTube Internet show
アタックしますけど何か?[92]
Attack Shimasukedo Nani Ka?
19 October 2013 -
21 December 2013
Nagoya TV
21 October 2013 -
23 December 2013
Tokyo MX
我們都來了[93]
We Are Coming
25 April 2014 -
20 July 2014
GTV Taiwan
來氣玩[94]
Let's Go Live
1 October 2014 -
11 February 2015
LIVEhouse
全球中文音樂榜上榜
Global Chinese Music
10 January 2015
30 May 2015
14 November 2015
28 November 2015
26 December 2015
11 March 2016
4 June 2016
TVBS Entertainment Channel Hi Jon
Yumi
Hi Jon, NueNue
Hi Jon, Yumi
Hi Jon, Yumi
Hi Jon, Yumi
Yumi, NueNue
Guest host
PTT週報 x 天氣女孩[95]
PTT Weekly Reports x Weather Girls
12 January 2015 -
11 May 2015
LIVEhouse All Internet Live show
網路溫度計
Daily View
18 June 2015
19 June 2015
26 June 2015
冠軍夢想台 NueNue Assistant host
HI!LET'S GO 7 January 2016 -
21 April 2016
Asia Travel All
Okinawa: Yumi,NueNue
Tokyo: Mia,Yumi
Karuizawa: Mia,Yumi
Mie: Hi Jon,Ria
Hiroshima: Mia,Yumi
14 January 2016 -
28 April 2016
Asia Travel
(International version)
Singapore

Variety shows appearances[edit]

2012 variety shows
Date Network Title Member(s)
16 July 2012 - 20 July 2012 Fuji TV NON STOP! All
13 August 2012
15 September 2012 TBS King’s Brunch
2013 variety shows
Date Network Title Member(s)
11 January 2013 J:COM つながるGO!GO! All
12 April 2013 Fuji TV mu-Jack
1 May 2013 PigooHD Reina Fujie presents GIRLS POP LIVE!!
6 May 2013 Nippon TV Sôkai jôhô variety Sukkiri!!
13 May 2013 Fuji TV NON STOP!
18 May 2013 TBS 情報7days ニュースキャスター
1 June 2013 King’s Brunch
7 June 2013 J:COM つながるGO!GO!
9 June 2013 BS-TBS 音ボケPOPS
21 June 2013 Kansai TV mu-Jack
4 July 2013 Nippon TV PON!
6 July 2013 TVS ウタ娘
27 July 2013 TBS 情報7days ニュースキャスター
25 August 2013 Nippon TV 24HOUR TELEVISION "LOVE SAVES THE EARTH"
8 November 2013 GTV 100% Entertainment
16 November 2013 CTV 萬秀豬王
27 November 2013 CTi Variety Small Swallow Xiaoyan Night
2014 variety shows
Date Network Title Member(s)
4 January 2014 EBC 絕對不單淳 All
4 January 2014 緯來育樂台 GX GAMING電競特區
5 January 2014
8 January 2014 SET Metro 綜藝大熱門
15 January 2014 Star Chinese Channel WOW!侯麻吉
17 January 2014 CTi Variety Kangxi Lai Le
23 January 2014 GTV 100% Entertainment
30 January 2014 SET Metro 綜藝大熱門
28 March 2014 GTV 100% Entertainment
5 April 2014
2 May 2014
29 May 2014 SET Metro The Gang of Kuo Kuan
7 June 2014 CBCテレビ 花咲かタイムズ
11 June 2014 SET Metro The Gang of Kuo Kuan Mini
16 June 2014 CTi Variety Small Swallow Xiaoyan Night Hi Jon, Mini, Yumi
19 November 2014 All
26 November 2014 GTV 100% Entertainment
1 December 2014 SET Metro 綜藝大熱門
2 December 2014 GTV 100% Entertainment Hi Jon, Mini, Yumi
3 December 2014 All
5 December 2014
10 December 2014
11 December 2014
16 December 2014 CTi Variety University
18 December 2014 GTV 100% Entertainment
25 December 2014 Star Chinese Channel 歡樂智多星
2015 variety shows
Date Network Title Member(s)
3 January 2015 GTV One 台灣好歌聲 All
10 January 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Golden Chinese Music
18 February 2015 TTV 2015 Super Star
18 February 2015 Videoland Japan Channel 好吃好玩日本人遊台灣
22 February 2015 CTS Main Channel Zhu Brother Super Show Hi Jon, Ria, Mini, NueNue
4 March 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Super Taste-stay the night in Ria
18 March 2015 CTi Entertainment 麻辣同學會 Hi Jon, NueNue
25 March 2015 Mini, NueNue
2 April 2015
20 April 2015
22 April 2015 GTV 100% Entertainment Hi Jon, Ria, NueNue
1 May 2015 Hi Jon, Ria, Mia, NueNue
4 May 2015 All
4 May 2015 CTi Entertainment 麻辣同學會 Mini, NueNue
6 May 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Super Taste-stay the night in Hi Jon
14 May 2015 SET Metro Stylish Man-The Chef All
18 May 2015 GTV 100% Entertainment Ria, Mia, NueNue
23 May 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music Hi Jon
25 May 2015 GTV 100% Entertainment All
13 June 2015 GSTV 我的閨房秘蜜 NueNue
18 June 2015 GTV 美味搜查線 All
*Mini started her long break at the beginning of June 2015
25 July 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music
23 August 2015 EBC Clash of Kings Yumi, NueNue
30 August 2015
27 September 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music All
20 October 2015 SET Metro The Gang of Kuo Kuan Hi Jon, Ria, Mia
14 November 2015 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music All
21 November 2015 Hi Jon, Ria, Yumi, NueNue
28 November 2015 Guest hosts: Hi Jon, Yumi
Ria
29 November 2015 CTS Main Channel Zhu Brother Super Show Hi Jon, Ria, Yumi
17 December 2015 GTV 100% Entertainment Yumi
26 December 2015 SET Metro Mr. Player
2 January 2015
2016 variety shows
Date Network Title Member(s)
6 February 2016 GTV One 台灣好歌聲 All
7 February 2016 GTV 100% Entertainment Ria, Mia, Yumi
8 February 2016 MTV Idols of Asia Hi Jon, Ria, Mia, Yumi
9 February 2016
2 March 2016 SET Metro 綜藝大熱門 Yumi
21 March 2016 Nagoya Broadcasting Network ゲッターズ飯田の開運ツア-in台湾 Hi Jon, Ria
28 March 2016 GTV 100% Entertainment NueNue
4 April 2016
SET Metro 綜藝大熱門 Yumi
14 May 2016 Mr. Player Yumi, NueNue
21 May 2016
28 May 2016 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music
4 June 2016 Ria, Yumi, NueNue
11 June 2016
18 June 2016 CTV Main Channel 全民一起來 All
2 July 2016 TVBS Entertainment Channel Global Chinese Music Yumi
16 July 2016 Ria, Yumi

Internet shows[edit]

  • Regular
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
5 August 2012 -
23 December 2012
Japan Akiba.TV 日曜日の特別授業!
ウェザーガールズのニッポンを勉強するバラエティ
All
4 February 2013 -
4 August 2014
Niconico Ponycan Idol Club
(ぽにきゃんアイドル倶楽部)
  • Internet shows appearances
Internet shows appearances
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
22 July 2012 Japan JOL Harajuku TV 今日の天気は!? おまかせウェザーガールズ! All
Akiba.TV 台湾のみなさんリーホゥー(こんにちは)
24 July 2012 NOTTV notty★LIVE7時間!
26 July 2012 Niconico Niconico News
(夕刊ニコニコニュース)
4 February 2013 生のアイドルが好き
11 November 2014 Taiwan camerabay King of Stewed Egg[96]
(魯蛋當家)
Hi Jon, Mia, Yumi
18 November 2014 LIVEhouse 大牌LIVEshow All
19 November 2014 camerabay Arc-Kuni
(日本大遊民)
Ria, Mini, NueNue
20 November 2014 LIVEhouse Ustyle × Weather Girls Special Feature[97]
(Ustyle × 天氣女孩特別企劃)
Ria, Mini
5 December 2014 Mia, NueNue
11 December 2014 Hi Jon, Yumi
18 December 2014 Kinpleradio WeatherGirls[98] All
5 March 2015 FHMLive Channel Weather Girls FaceTALK Live
(FHM – 天氣女孩FaceTALK Live直播)WeatherGirls[99]

Radio shows[edit]

  • Regular
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
18 April 2014 - 19 September 2014 Japan NBS Kosaka Daimaō no Idol Club[100]
(古坂大魔王のアイドル倶楽部)
All
  • Radio shows appearances
2012 radio shows
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
10 August 2012 Japan J-Wave HELLO WORLD[101] All
1 September 2012 FM-FUJI GEKIDAN SAMBA CARNIVAL
(劇団サンバカーニバル)
18 October 2012 Japan FM Network SCHOOL NINE[102]
2013 radio shows
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
4 February 2013 Japan USEN 星ひとみのミュージック・オーラ All[103]
10 February 2013
14 March 2013 JOLF ミュ~コミ+プラス Hi Jon、Mini[104]
28 June 2013 Radio Nippon 峰竜太のミネスタ Ice、Mini、NueNue[105]
29 June 2013 InterFM TECHNOS COLLEGE YOUNG BLOOD Hi Jon、Ice、Mini[106][107]
18 July 2013 Japan FM Network SCHOOL NINE All[108][109]
24 October 2013 JOLF ミュ~コミ+プラス Hi Jon、Mini[110]
16 November 2013 古坂大魔王 ツギコレ Mini[111]
22 November 2013 ZIP-FM SWAG#41 Ice、Mini、NueNue[112]
23 November 2013 JOLF 古坂大魔王 ツギコレ Mini
7 December 2013 Ice[113]
21 December 2013 NueNue[114]
2014 radio shows
Date Country Network Title Member(s)
4 January 2014 Japan JOLF 古坂大魔王 ツギコレ Hi Jon[115]
1 February 2014 Yumi[116]
2 March 2014 NACK5 ~IDOL SHOWCASE~ i-BAN!! Ice、Mia、Mini、NueNue[117]
8 March 2014 JOLF 古坂大魔王 ツギコレ Ice、Mini、NueNue[118]
15 March 2014
17 March 2014 J-Wave HELLO WORLD Ice[119][120]
18 March 2014
6 June 2014 HELLO WORLD- ENTERTAINMENT STREAM F Ice[121]
28 September 2014 FMCiao 今夜はParty魔法でナイト ハイジャン誕生日お祝いSP[122] All
5 October 2014 今夜はParty魔法でナイト ニューニュー、リア誕生日SP
17 November 2014 Taiwan CityFM 城市好有FU[123]
ICRT The Jam[124]
23 November 2014 Asia FM 青春亞洲[125]
12 December 2014 i like radio Midnight You and Me[126]

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