T-ARA "We Are Happy That After Ahreum Joined Us, Our Average Age Went Down."
By Staff Writer | July 15, 2012 02:19 AM EDT
T-ARA commented, "Our weakness, which is our average age, went down."
On July 14, T-ARA held a press conference for their new song "Day by Day" in Seoul. At the press conference the group discussed about their comeback and updates.
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Soyeon continued, "A lot of people asked if there were any inconveniences of having Ahreum join us. But besides having to switch up our dances just a little bit, there's not much difference. Ahreum has been following much better than we expected."
Ahreum then commented, "I'll try my best not to be a harm to the group. Please continue to follow up on me," expressing her determination.
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