KARA Plans a 'Real Time Chat' Event
By Staff Writer | August 30, 2012 06:51 PM EDT
Popular girl group KARA has decided to hold a 'real-time chatting' as the group continues to connect closely with their fans.
KARA will hold the live chatting event to meet fans through SNS service me2day on the 6th of next month. Fans can apply until noon of September 4 through me2day mobile application and winners will be announced a day before the chat on September 5 at Goo Hara's me2day.
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The event will take place as a relay with each KARA members attending the chat individually at a time. The lucky winners are expected to communicate with KARA members in real-time. KARA's Kang Jiyoung also drew attention as she promoted the live chat event as she posted on her me2day, "Let's chat together."
KARA members revealed their excitement for this special opportunity to communicate with fans online. Fans are excited for this chance to directly hold a live chat with KARA members as the group makes a comeback in Korea after a year of oversea activities. Fans are shown a high participation applying for the live chat already drawing a lot of interest.
KARA after announcing their new song "Pandora" is continuing various activities.
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