Internet Users Demand T-ARA Hyomin-Soyeon To Leave Drama After Eunjung's Dismissal
By Staff Writer | August 22, 2012 12:21 PM EDT
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After the news of Eunjung's dismissal from the drama, Hyomin and Soyeon's drama community boards flooded with posts demanding that they be removed from their roles as well.
On the KBS drama "Haeundae Lovers" community board, posts read, "I am so disappointed that she is appearing in a drama without a proper explanation of the 'T-ARA crisis'" and "Now that Eunjung is out, it's Soyeon's turn." Soyeon had been involved in a car accident on August 13 and is just now going back to filming the set starting August 20.
Many are furious at the fact that even with the 'T-ARA crisis' still going on, the members decided to go on with their individual activities. However, some internet users also wrote comments such as, "With Eunjung leaving the drama, I am a bit sad" and "I don't think it's right that they just kicked her off without a good explanation."
This 'T-ARA crisis' began due to the bullying rumors that ended up with Hwayoung's dismissal from the group.
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