How Far Will T-ARA Go Against the Public Opinion?
By Staff Writer | September 11, 2012 10:29 AM EDT
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On September 8, the audience performed a '10 minute of silence' during T-ARA's performance which caused much shock.
They also received 0.5 points out of 5 from anti-fans who posted negative comments on their music video. The release of their new album has been receiving much criticism as well.
With this much criticism and negativity from the public, T-ARA would have stopped appearing in public by now.
However, even with the criticism from the public, T-ARA has continued to go in the opposite direction of what the public wants. They plan to continue with their activities in Korea as well as overseas.
Even with the '10 minute of silence' that happened on September 10, T-ARA officials reported that they will be releasing their Europe special photo shoot on September 25. They also did not leave out that many parts of southeast asia have already ordered around 65,000 copies of this photo shoot magazine.
T-ARA is also holding a large-scale showcase in Hong Kong on September 18.
Although T-ARA is still holding a bad image to the public, they are still performing and going overseas for their international fans. Some people think that this could actually spread negative aspect of K-Pop.
Some officials believe that T-ARA is going overseas due to the negativity from their home town.
Other officials believe that although they may be safe overseas, they will have to come home sometime and face the public once again.
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