T-ARA Hyomin Tears Up When Asked About Hwayoung's Bullying Rumors

By Staff Writer | August 14, 2012 10:21 AM EDT

T-ARA Hyomin Tears Up When Asked About Hwayoung's Bullying Rumors
T-ARA Hyomin Tears Up When Asked About Hwayoung's Bullying Rumors (Photo : d)

After receiving a question about Hwayoung and the bullying rumors, Hyomin tears up.

Today, Hyomin attended the press conference for the new sitcom, "The Thousandth Man." When asked about Hwayoung's bullying rumors, she replied, "As this is a press confernce for the new sitcom, I would appreciate it if the questions were only drama-related."

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While answering questions, Hyomin seemed to be caught up in her emotions as she teared up. Other members of the cast seemed to feel bad for Hyomin's unlucky situation.

Although they asked strictly for drama related questions only, one reporter unexpectedly asked another question, making Hyomin answer without thinking. With Hwayoung's dismissal on July 30, T-ARA has temporarily stopped all activities.

"The Thousandth Man" will air on August 17 at 9:55 PM (KST).

Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, Hyomin, The Thousandth Man, MBC

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