T-ARA Hwayoung's Father Finally Says Something About the T-ARA Controversy
By Staff Writer | August 01, 2012 08:37 AM EDT
Reporters were finally able to speak to him through a phone call this morning and Hwayoung's father Ryu Mo stated briefly "I'm sorry."
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To the interview that followed after his apology, he simply replied, "I'll say no comment. I don't really have anything to say about this."
Before this, Hwayoung took to her Twitter and stated, "To my fans, you've loved me until now, and I'm sorry that I have disappointed you. Please stop now, and look forward to our more mature and improved selves in the future. I apologize for making you worry during this time. I also want to apologize to my Core Contents Media family. I'll greet you all with a better image next time."
CEO Kim Kwang Soo also stated that Hwayoung has met with him regarding this issue in his office.
Meanwhile, because of this scandal T-ARA's first solo concert will be delayed.
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