T-ARA Gathers 700 Fans at Entrance to Hong Kong... Undying Popularity

By Staff Writer | September 18, 2012 11:44 AM EDT

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Girl group T-ARA felt their undying love in Hong Kong.

T-ARA, who went to Hong Kong today for a showcase, met 700 fans that came out to the airport to greet them. There were so many fans at the airport that the members even had to use a different exit to leave the airport.

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T-ARA will be holding their first Hong Kong showcase today. All 3,000 tickets to the showcase were sold out.

T-ARA also received the best treatment for the showcase, becoming an issue. They received a $700,000 guarantee and an offer for Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, Lambourgini, Benz, and other 'VVIP treatment'.

T-ARA's agency Core Contents Media said, "We are so thankful for the grand treatment they offered us. We will show them everything about Korean girl groups."

Photo Credit: Core Contents Media

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