T-ARA Eunjung, Asked to be Removed from Programs by Internet Users Because of 'Outcast' Controversy
By Staff Writer | July 29, 2012 10:44 PM EDT
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On the 28th, as T-ARA's member outcasting rumors started spreading, the online bulletin boards for MBC "We Got Married" and SBS new drama "Five Fingers" were filled with requests to have Eunjung removed.
Since March, Eunjung has been a virtual married couple with Lee Jang Woo on "We Got Married." She's been gaining much love for her cuteness as Lee Jang Woo's wife, but because of this T-ARA incident, the bulletin boards were filled with "I ask for EunJung to be removed", "If you don't remove Eunjung I will not watch this show anymore", "Everything just looks like fakeness to me now."
Also, the drama "Five Fingers" to be aired after "A Gentleman's Dignity," was also shaken by the T-ARA incident. Eunjung, who was to take the role of the pianist Hong Dami, was asked to be removed by viewers. The posts said, "Is there a drama that embraced a hated star and succeeded?", "Remove her from the drama now", "A drama can't be good without good actors", "I was excited for this drama, but not anymore because of Eunjung."
Some internet users embraced Eunjung, saying "The truth hasn't been revealed yet, let's wait and see", "This is too much", "It's too much to only get those actors having individual activities", etc.
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