Goo Hara, Tears At Sight of Brother's Surprise Appearance

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 05:30 PM EDT

Goo Hara, Tears At Sight of Brother's Surprise Appearance
Goo Hara's older brother made a surprise appearance. (Photo : MBC)

KARA member Goo Hara's older brother made a surprise appearance.

In MBC "God of Victory" aired on September 16, KARA held a limbo competition with SECRET.

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To cheer for SECRET, their manager sent a supporting video message.

Then, Goo Hara's older brother, who is currently serving in the army as a sergeant, appeared through the big LED screen. Goo Hara, who had not expected this at all, watched her brother with nervous eyes.

Goo Hara's brother said, "Hello. This is blue team Goo Hara's brother. My little sister had extraordinary flexibility since she was young."

After this message, the LED door opened and Goo Hara's older brother walked out. As soon as she saw her brother, Goo Hara began to shed tears.

Photo Credit: MBC

Tagged :  KARA, God of Victory, MBC

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