Criticism About T-ARA's TV Appearance Rises "Are They In their Right Minds?"
By Staff Writer | August 07, 2012 02:54 AM EDT
The viewers criticized the show on the online board. They said that they don't like T-ARA smiling and talking normally on air when there still is a issue regarding the bullying.
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Also, the criticism towards MBC TV "Three Wheels" were exceedingly overwhelming. The viewers commented saying "I don't know why they have to come on the show. I don't know if PD has a right mind or not," and "It's hard for me to watch the show because of T-ARA. I changed the channel right away."
KBS 2TV Monday-Tuesday drama "Haeundae Lovers," who tried to make a fresh new start recorded 9.8% viewing rate with the first episode, but the viewers started complaining since T-ARA Soyeon was on the drama.
The viewers wrote on the board for more than 100 posts saying "KBS lets the school bullying expand. What is the standard of kicking the celebrities out? It's deeply aggrevating, not even just disappointing."
The criticism seems like its going to continue on to Eunjung, who will be the main character for the newly coming SBS TV weekend drama "Five Fingers."
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