T-ara welcomed in Hong Kong
Despite the fact that in Korea it is going through a slump after one of its members was expelled a couple of months ago, T-ara’s fans in Hong Kong welcomed the group with open arms.
The girl group touched down in Hong Kong on Sept. 17 and was greeted on site by more than 700 fans, who brought the airport to a standstill.
Of course, the band was in China to take part in its first show case on the following day.
All 3,000 seats for the show were sold out well in advance, and the band held press conferences ahead of the concert.
Nothing but the best treatment was given to the K-pop group, with an unprecedented 7 million won ($616,402) being paid out for the one-day performance.
Only the finest cars from Rolls-Royce, Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz transported the girls.
Core Contents Media expressed its gratitude to the Hong Kong organizers by saying, “The girls sought out to repay the favor by giving it their best.”
By Carla Sunwoo [firstname.lastname@example.org]