T-ARA Angers the Viewers with Their Appearance on MBC 'Three Wheels.'
By Staff Writer | August 04, 2012 03:32 PM EDT
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Three members on the show showed happy atmosphere, dancing and promoting their new song "Day By Day."
Even though the show was pre-recorded, viewers feel uncomfortable with the appearance of T-ARA.
One of the viewer wrote on the official hompage board saying "I am greaty disappointed. How could you send out all the parts that ones who created a problem in the society were in? What a great PD." Another viewer wrote "The weather is already so steamy and annoying, and T-ARA made it worse. Why would you air a group that everyone doesn't like to watch?"
Also, viewers said things like "Of course MBC would. They have great determination. Starting with Olympics and now T-ARA, they're ignoring the viewers. They only have determination but not common sense."
On the other hand, T-ARA stopped their activities after the rumor of "Hwayoung Bullying."
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