T-ARA Plans to Target Asia's Market Starting Next Year...Starting with Hong Kong Asia Tour
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 09:40 AM EDT
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Girl group T-ARA, who has been caught up in many controversies has finally come back and have started to make their way towards the Asia market.
An official commented, "After their successful showcase in Hong Kong, they received a love call for a 15,000 seat large scale concert."
Their first showcase in Hong Kong brought in 3,000 fans. These tickets were sold out almost instantly and about 500 fans stood outside the showcase.
Another official commented, "The outcome of the showcase was better than we thought. There have been many requests for another concert so we are discussing plans now."
T-ARA has gained back much strength and hope after their Hong Kong performance outcome.
The official continued, "T-ARA has the ability to change and transform themselves and it seems that they will have a high chance of making it big in other Asian countries. We are planning to have them venture out to other countries very soon."
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