T-ARA Hyomin Tears Up At The First Fan Meeting "I Hope The Fans And T-ARA Can Always..."

By Staff Writer | July 16, 2012 03:56 AM EDT


T-ARA member Hyomin showed tears at the recent establishment ceremony of T-ARA's official fan club.

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Held on July 14, the ceremony took place at Kyung Hee University in Seoul and announced the creation of T-ARA's official fan club "Queen's." 

Hyomin started off her statement by saying, "There are fans here who were with us from our debut and there are fans who are here for the first time."

She started to show tears as she said, "I want to thank the fans who have been there for us and I hope T-ARA and the fans last forever." 

The other members Jiyeon, Soyeon, and Eunjung all started to show tears at Hyomin's statement. 

T-ARA also put in their own money for the ceremony and refunded the ticket fees to the fans who attended the ceremony, as a sign of their appreciation.

 

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