Han Seungyeon, "We Fought Because of Goo Hara's Forgetfulness"

By Staff Writer | September 12, 2012 12:17 PM EDT

Han Seungyeon, "We Fought Because of Goo Hara's Forgetfulness"
(Photo : SBS)
Han Seungyeon, "We Fought Because of Goo Hara's Forgetfulness"
Han Seung Yeon spoke of Goo Hara's forgetfulness. (Photo : SBS)

KARA member Han Seungyeon spoke of Goo Hara's forgetfulness.

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In SBS "Strong Heart" aired Tuesday, Han Seungyeon said, "Goo Hara's forgetfulness is really serious. She can't remember things we talked about the day before. I get really surprised sometimes."

Han Seungyeon is the type of person that remembers all scars that she received from others. Han Seungyeon said, "We had a meeting of letting all our complaints with the agency, and it was mostly me and Kyuri talking. But the things our manager said were also all right, so we gave up."

She continued, "So the four of us agreed, but Goo Hara started talking way later about her complaints. She walked into my room and started yelling at me. I was so shocked I had nothing to say."

Photo Credit: SBS

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