The First Word that Eunjung Said at the First Official Event after 'T-ARA Crisis' was...
By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 03:07 PM EDT
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Ham Eunjung wore black mini one piece. Different from the bubbly character, she chose a calm, black outfit to indirectly refer to the incident. None of the positive side was found.
Also, she had an awkward smile through out the whole photo time. She blanked out with few conversation with the actors. She looked down the most of the times.
After the photo time, Ham Eungjung said "Hello. I'm Ham Eunjung for Hong Dami role for 'Five Fingers.' I got a character who has a dream to be a pianist in a poor environment who doesn't give up the love and the dream. I am honored to be casted to act with good actors for the big drama. I'll do my best."
"Five Fingers" is a drama about the characters who are competing for the reciever of the instrument company, and the love story between the pianists. Kim Sunok writer and Choi Younghoon director are working together, with actors such as Chae Shi Ra, Joo Ji Hoon, Eunjung, and Ji Chang Wook. The first episode will be aired on the 18th.
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