Saenuri Party Member Lee Jaeho on the T-ARA Crisis, "We Shouldn't be Quiet"

By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 09:40 AM EDT

Saenuri Pary Member Lee Jaeho, "We shouldn't be quiet, we should find a method to end this"
Saenuri Pary Member Lee Jaeho, "We shouldn't be quiet, we should find a method to end this" (Photo : d)

With the issue of Hwayoung's dismissal from T-ARA, an active member of the Saenuri party, Lee Jaeho, showed attention to this matter.

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Yesterday, Lee Jaeho posted on his twitter, "Twitter is usually filled with either news about the Olympics or about T-ARA. We are not able to find out the truth. However, if this issue is true, we should not be quiet about it. We should find a legitimate method to put an end to this."

Lee Jaeho continued, "It's the same with bullying at school. The offender and the school work together to keep things quiet. If someone has done something wrong, we need to bring out the truth. If we continue to overlook these situations, bullying and violence will continue in our schools."

There have been rumors that T-ARA members had bullied Hwayoung. However, their agency state that it was not due to bullying, but because of Hwayoung's rash behavior.

After the issue, Hwayoung apologized on twitter and also met with the CEO to express her regret on the situation.

Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, Saenuri Party, Lee Jaeho

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