No Body Cheers For T-ARA at Jeju Performance
By Staff Writer | September 11, 2012 01:48 PM EDT
T-ARA was embarrassed with the silent audience at Jeju Island Concert.
'Ten minute' is when the audience doesn't respond to the stage at all while a certain singer performs on the stage. It usually happens because of the conflicts between the fans.
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On Saturday afternoon, T-ARA performed "Sexy Love" at 2012 World Conservation concert.
T-ARA didn't realize the real fan's reaction on Mnet "M Countdown" and SBS "Inkigayo" because it was pre-recorded. However, the Jeju concert was the real confrontation between T-ARA and the fans after the bullying issue.
The response was cold. As soon as T-ARA entered the stage, fans started boo-ing and some criticized the group outwardly. As soon as the song started, fans kept quiet without cheering for them, giving the embarrassment of 'Ten Minute.'
Some crowd clapped after the performance, but most yelled out Hwayoung. T-ARA said "Thank you" and finished the "Sexy Love" stage.
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