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Goo Hara-Nicole, Leaving 'Inkigayo', Returning with 'Pandora' on the 22nd

By Staff Writer | August 19, 2012 09:20 PM EDT

Girl group KARA's Goo Hara and Nicole will be leaving the MC positions in SBS TV 'Inkigayo'. (Photo : asfd)

Girl group KARA's Goo Hara and Nicole will be leaving the MC positions in SBS TV "Inkigayo."

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With the "Inkigayo" aired on the 19th as their last day as MC, they will be leaving the program. MC Lee Jong Suk on this day said, "I'm afraid I have sad news to deliver. The goddesses of 'Inkigayo' Goo Hara and Nicole will be leaving us."

Goo Hara and Nicole said, "I'm really sad and it hasn't really hit us yet. Thank you for giving us precious memories every week. We lacked a lot, but thank you for giving us a lot of interest. We will be returning next week as KARA. Please support us as we come back with 'Pandora'."

KARA will be having a comeback showcase on the 22nd with their new album 'Pandora'.

Photo Credits: SBS

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