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Hwayoung Anonymously Wrote Her Situation on Website?

By Staff Writer | July 31, 2012 02:25 PM EDT

Hwayoung Anonymously Wrote Her Situation on Website?
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A writing that was written last November titled "It's so hard to be left alone" written with the ID 'pomegranate' was found on the online website.

The person who wrote this writing revealed the fact that she is a member of a girl group and said that she is getting bullied because of her shy personality.

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The writer added on saying "They treat me like I'm invisible but on the stage, they treat me like I'm theire best friends." She said that "they treat me so harshly during the practice and even right now, everyone left to the market except for me."

The writer said "the memebers will be back in few hours. I would like to end my singing career but I can't since I wanted to do this. Writing this helps me at least."

This writing is estimated to be Hwayoung. On the other hand, T-ARA's management comapany Core Contents Media made an announcement of Hwayoung's withdrawal from the group.

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