T-ARA Jiyeon Breaks Down When She Sees Her Dad at Fan Sign Meeting

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 11:26 AM EDT

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Jiyeon cries (Photo : Jiyeon cries)

On July 9 on KBS2 "Star Life Drama," T-ARA was the focus of the show. It's been three years since their debut and they have reached the top. The episode captures the blood, sweat and tears that were involved, along with the member's personal concerns.

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In this particular episode, Jiyeon sees her dad at her fan sign meeting. She breaks downs in tears and cannot stop. Jiyeon's father exclaims, "I came because I missed you," and gave her a warm hug.

Jiyeon's tears would not stop flowing, so her dad was worried he was disrupting everything. "It's been so long since I've seen my girl, so I wanted to see her," and hastily rushed out.

Jiyeon expressed during the interview, "I really didn't know" and "I made a promise with my dad after my debut. His teeth are in bad condition. I told him I'd make a lot of money and help him treat his teeth. I was really happy that I got to keep my promise with him." 

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