Fans Cancel Reservations for T-ARA Concert After Hwayoung's Withdrawal

By Staff Writer | July 30, 2012 02:53 PM EDT

Fans Cancel Reservations for T-ARA Concert After Hwayoung's Withdrawal
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After Hwayoung's termination of her contract, T-ARA's concert is gaining much attention.

On July 30, T-ARA's agency Core Contents Media announced Hwayoung's withdrawal from the group.

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The agency stated, "On July 27 on 'Music Bank', Hwayoung suddenly announced that she would not perform on stage with two teams left before their turn," leaving the group in disbelief.

Since their debut 3 years ago, this is their first serious scandal. With the bullying rumors, an anti fan cafe called 'T-JinYo' was created. With Hwayoung's withdrawal, about 6,300 fans have left their official fan cafe as well.

Also, T-ARA's first solo concert that is scheduled for August 11 is gaining a lot of attention.

Internet users commented, "Just finished canceling my reservation", "Without Hwayoung, I don't want to see them" and "What is the truth here? I am going to cancel my ticket."

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Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, Core Contents Media

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