T-ARA's Jiyeon Bursts Into Tears At Father's Surprise Visit [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 04:01 PM EDT
An online community recently shared a video titled ‘Jiyeon's father showed up at T-ARA’s autograph session.’
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The video was from T-ARA's fan autograph session on May 26. While all the members were separately signing autographs, Jiyeon's father suddenly showed up, and Jiyeon could not hid her surprised look.
Jiyeon's father said, "I just came to see you. I'll be going now,” and left right away. Jiyeon, who saw her father for the first time in a while, burst into tears and all who were watching were heartbroken for her. The members next to her started hugging her for comfort.
The internet user who posted the video up shared, "When she came out in 'Joo Byung Jin's Talk Concert' last time, she said she couldn't even say Happy New Years to her parents, and that she hasn't been able to see her mother for 6 months."
Internet users after viewing the post commented, "No wonder Jiyeon cried", "This makes me sad too", and "This is heartbreaking.”
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