Park Jung Ah Clarifies Seo In Young's Bullying Rumors "It Was My Fault" Tears
By Staff Writer | September 26, 2012 12:50 AM EDT
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On this day, past Jewelry member and Lee Ji Hyun's best friend, Park Jung Ah, made a surprise appearance. Park Jung Ah said, "Whenever I think of Jewelry days, my heart becomes tender. If we count all the original members, there's total of 10 members."
But while talking, Park Jung Ah started tearing up. She said, "I think when I was the leader, I was a bit indecisive. Back then, the rumor of Seo In Young's bullying and other problems that I thought would stay hidden got big at once, making the bullying rumors seem true."
She continued, "Bullying incidents were a sensitive topic back then, so I was busy trying to let it just pass by. Jewelry is so precious to me. I wish we could all be together."
She also spoke of bullying incidents in current girl groups. She said, "Bullying can exist in any girl group at any time, but they will get solved sooner or later. I hope that the public would understand with bigger hearts."
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