T-ARA Jiyeon and Hwayoung Hugging, 'Bullying Explanation Video' Revealed!

By Staff Writer | August 06, 2012 08:32 AM EDT

T-ARA Jiyeon and Hwayoung Hugging, 'Bullying Explanation Video' Revealed!
T-ARA Jiyeon and Hwayoung Hugging, 'Bullying Explanation Video' Revealed! (Photo : d)


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T-ARA's 'bulling explanation' video has been revealed.

Today, a video titled, 'T-ARA Bullying Explanation' was found on Pandora TV.

In the video, Hwayoung and Jiyeon are seen dancing and hugging each other while doing volunteer work. These scenes seem to go against the 'bullying rumors' that have been going around.

The first picture is from a fan club meeting last month. In the picture, Jiyeon and Hwayoung are hugging while Hyomin was MCing the event. The second picture is when Jiyeon's father comes for a surprise visit, making Jiyeon cry. Hwayoung was seen stroking her hair and comforting her. The third picture is of Jiyeon and Hwayoung at a volunteer event. The last picture is of them at a recording and Soyeon is feeding Hwayoung snacks.

T-ARA had been accused of bullying and having problems with Hwayoung. Hwayoung was also dismissed from the group on July 30, creating much chaos and controversy.

This past Saturday, CEO Kim Kwang Soo wrote a handwritten apology to T-ARA's fans for causing this issue.


Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, Kim Kwang Soo, Core Contents Media, Jiyeon, Hyomin, Soyeon

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