"Super Junior Kiss the Radio" Apologizes the Accidental Airing of KARA's Unreleased Song

By Staff Writer | August 18, 2012 08:19 AM EDT


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The radio program stated on their official Twitter, "KARA's new song was on air. It was the selector's fault who only checked for the KBS rule and not the release of the actual album. Please don't share the episode for this date."

Jung Hyunjae PD also said "I apologize to KARA's staff and fans. I'm the one who put the song online. I apologize again to KARA and everyone related to this." 

He added on saying "It's my fault for not checking if it was already out to public. I'll not make the same mistake again. I'll try to make it not spread as much."

On the other hand, this Thursday Super Junior's Kiss the Radio played KARA's new song "Pandora" before the official release of the song. KARA had planned on hosting a showcase on August 22 for the new album Pandora.

Tagged :  KARA, Pandora

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