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T-ARA Eunjung Opens Her Mouth, "Thank you and I'm Sorry"

By Staff Writer | July 31, 2012 08:34 AM EDT

T-ARA Eunjung Opens her Mouth, "Thank you and I'm Sorry"
T-ARA Eunjung Opens her Mouth, "Thank you and I'm Sorry" (Photo : d)

After the withdrawal of member Hwayoung, Eunjung posted a message on her official fan cafe.

T-ARA Eunjung opened her mouth for the first time expressing her thoughts. She left a message on her fan cafe on July 30.

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She wrote, "Thank you so much and I'm sorry," leaving a short but meaningful message.

We cannot be sure what its exact meaning may be, but some predict that it was targeted towards apologizing to the fans or all that has happened.

Eunjung has usually always used twitter and other social media networks to express her thoughts, however this message was posted on her official fan page, showing her seriousness.

T-ARA has temporarily stopped all activities after Hwayoung's withdrawal. Eunjung has also been withdrawn from her commercial as well.

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