T-ara, Professional Dying Actresses? 'Why Do They All Die So Early?'

By Staff Writer | June 26, 2012 07:45 PM EDT

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T-ara officially became professional 'die-early' actresses. (Photo : t-ara)

T-ara officially became professional 'die-early' actresses.

In recent online community, a post came up under 'The professional GapSu actresses of girl group revealed, why do they all die so early?', attracting much attention.

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The post talked of T-ara as "They beat the 'professional dying actor' Kim GapSu that died early in every drama", and analyzed all the characters that T-ara members have played so far.

First of all, T-ara's Jiyeon played the role of a girl that becomes a ghost after being burnt to death in the MBC drama 'Hon', and in the same drama, Boram died by a sword.

Then, in the movie 'Death Bell', Eunjung played the role of a high school student who died from being choked, and played the role of a singer who dies from fans who step on her in the movie 'White'.

Lastly, Hyomin dies while coming out of the bathroom in the movie 'Giseng Ghost', and sacrifices her life for her husband in the MBC drama 'Gyebaek'.

Internet viewers who saw this commented, "Now that I look at it like this, they really are GapSu idols", "I want to see T-ara more, why do you die so early~", etc.

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