Police Restrict T-JinYo Protest to 30 Instead of 100 People
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 08:40 AM EDT
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An official stated, "A protest held by 'T-JinYo' will be held on August 4 at 5 PM in front of Core Contents Media."
'T-JinYo' posted yesterday that they will be holding a protest. They turned in their rally report to the police today, which is 48 hours before their protest date, August 4.
The group planned to have a 100 members to protest, however, due to the neighborhood also being a residential area, the police have restricted the number to 30.
'T-JinYo' will be protesting not because they want to know the truth of Hwayoung's dismissal, but the bad image the idol groups are having on young children, such as the bullying rumors.
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