T-ARA Explains About the Jeju Performance
By Staff Writer | September 11, 2012 03:43 PM EDT
T-ARA explained about the 2012 World Conservation concert that was held in Jeju Island on September 8.
An online community recently uploaded a post with the title 'T-ARA's Embarrassment' talking about the 'ten minute' response towards the group from the crowd. Also, it stated that T-ARA brought down the quality of the show because they only performed one song.
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T-ARA staff explained that the group were supposed to sing four songs, but was planning on singing only two songs and received confirmation with Jeju KBS. The staff added on saying that the previous event was prolonging too much and T-ARA could only perform one song due to the flight schedule.
T-ARA staff admitted the response from the crowd stating, "It is true that the response was little but none of the crowd actually criticized T-ARA outwardly."
T-ARA recently released "Sexy Love" and continued their activities. T-ARA was supposed to dance robot choreography with the kids on Mnet's "M Countdown" comeback stage but canceled due the complaints using minors was ill-fitting for the song's lyrics and concept.
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