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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

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Group T-ara said, "Our weakness, our average age, went down so we're happy." (Photo : ahreum)

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 stated, "Following Hwayoung, Ahreum came in and our biggest weakness, our age, went down. So we're happy," As she flashed a smile. Newest member Ahreum's age is 19.

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.

Tagged :  Areum, T-ARA

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