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Broascast Performer Labor Union Demands SBS Producers to Apologize to T-ARA Eunjung

By Staff Writer | August 24, 2012 02:37 PM EDT

Broascast Performer Labor Union Demands SBS Producers to Apologize to T-ARA Eunjung
Broascast Performer Labor Union Demands SBS Producers to Apologize to T-ARA Eunjung (Photo : d)

The broadcast performer labor union demanded that the "Five Fingers" production team apologize to T-ARA Eunjung.

Yesterday, the broadcast performer labor union stated, "We strongly protest against the producers of the SBS drama 'Five Fingers' for removing Eunjung from the drama without her consent. We demand that you put her back in the drama and apologize to Eunjung and to the public."

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The labor union also commented that Eunjung had given up her MBC "We Got Married" schedule in order to film this drama. It has also been heard that before she knew about her removal, they had made changes to the contract that they would not allow her to change.

Actress Jin Sae Yeon will be replacing Eunjung with her role of Hong Da Mi.

Tagged :  T-ARA, Eunjung, Five Fingers, SBS, Jin Sae Yeon

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