New Website 'www.uiji.kr' Created for Legitimate Criticism About the T-ARA Crisis

By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 12:06 PM EDT

Internet Users Create a New Website Regarding the T-ARA Crisis
Internet Users Create a New Website Regarding the T-ARA Crisis (Photo : d)

A new website (uiji.kr) regarding the T-ARA crisis has been heating up the internet.

This new site was made for people to post and discuss the bullying rumors as well as the problems with the group. There are also support message for Hwayoung.

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On Tuesday, the site owner posted a message with the title, 'Please post legitimate criticism about the T-ARA crisis'. It also talked about writing about the education centers as well.

With the start of 'T-JinYo', which was created on Sunday, the T-ARA crisis seems to be spreading rapidly across the internet with new sites and community boards.

Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, T-JinYo

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