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T-ara talk about why they're so popular in China!

By alice101   Monday, November 21, 2016   38,772   6,583   48
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T-ara discussed their popularity in China.


On the November 21 airing of SBS' Love FM 'Kim Heung Kook Radio Show,' T-ara made a guest appearance to promote their new song in Korea for the first time in 1 year and 8 months. 


SEE ALSO: T-ara's plans to come back as a full group falls through, will be coming back as 4


The DJ brought up the group's success in China by saying, "[T-ara] has the third biggest fan cafe (online club) [in China], following EXO and Big Bang." Soyeon responded by saying, "There aren't that many opportunities for us to feel the popularity. But we feel it through the number of fans in the fan cafe or our ranking in music charts. I think [Chinese fans] like us because of our easy-to-listen-to style of music." 

Eunjung further explained, "We have fans who like our Korean songs. Also, we gained more fans after doing a collaboration with Chopstick Brothers of China. We were lucky." 




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hy9372 Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Chinese fans are best

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hy9372 Tuesday, November 22, 2016

t-ara fightinggggggggggggggggg

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ScruffyITA Tuesday, November 22, 2016

asi  said other times, i was surprised they didnt come back with a dance song like in the past. they are promoting well in china, but let's home they wont forget about korea and japan.a little ot:anyone know how much a ticket for a snsd concert in tokyo dome was ? i mean was it few dollar or the good place were also 200$ ?just curious to compare price with other singer worldwide. end OT

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Monkeytae Monday, November 21, 2016

Chinese love bullies and snakes

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lucyb9 Monkeytae Tuesday, November 22, 2016

You must be a good friend with Wang_Sejung...

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jypnloves lucyb9 Tuesday, November 22, 2016

😂😂😂

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gchoneybllushhh Monday, November 21, 2016

They are popular in China because they are under Wang Sicong's company.

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krell gchoneybllushhh Tuesday, November 22, 2016

https:// en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Wang_Sicong ... <-- WANG SICONG, son of PRChina BILLIONAIRE (USD). Yes, but T-ARA did get noticed by WS because of their previous success with their 'BO PEEP BO PEEP' song. For some reason, that 'BO PEEP' song went BIG in PRChina. It put T-ARA on the PRChina map for Pop Music there.

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Ivy_se gchoneybllushhh Tuesday, November 22, 2016

i think they are popular there because of their music is enjoyable to listen and the last song is so lovable. so people like them.

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Wang_Sejung Monday, November 21, 2016

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T61212 Wang_Sejung Monday, November 21, 2016

of course because of that bitch who acting being bullied.everyone know that😂

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Wang_Sejung T61212 Monday, November 21, 2016

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T61212 Wang_Sejung Monday, November 21, 2016

broken leg and go out enjoy doing her nail instead supporting members at the concert. good job👏

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Wang_Sejung T61212 Monday, November 21, 2016

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T61212 Wang_Sejung Tuesday, November 22, 2016

you just a rotten loser who can't accept the fact, so pitiful😌 anyway thanks for your concern about our queens T-ara, they are doing great now👌

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Wang_Sejung T61212 Tuesday, November 22, 2016

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krell Wang_Sejung Tuesday, November 22, 2016

@Wang_Sejung <-- SACRE BLEU !!! ... ;-)

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T61212 Wang_Sejung Tuesday, November 22, 2016

too bad for you that they will continue performing their best music in KOREA😂 if you think by writing down your hate make them leave korea please go on👐 poor you😳

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xiaozhu Wang_Sejung Wednesday, November 23, 2016

I've said it before I will say it again and again and again. YOU do NOT go to SNU. If you did you would of been aware that the school has a lesbian Student Body President named Kim Bo Mi and an LGBT club, which you denied existed and you also said that the school doesn't allow LGBT people to attend. WRONG! You also don't live in South Korea because you claimed that gay clubs are illegal, again WRONG! There a several gay clubs up and running which have never been raided by police or shut down. This is the proof of Kim Bo Mi - koreaherald[dot]com/view[dot]php?ud=20151120000762 - Here is the proof of the LGBT club at SNU - queerinsnu[dot]com/page/eng_desk_link[dot]html - and here is the proof off all the gay clubs that are up and running that you apparently believe don't exist - travelgayasia[dot]com/seoul-gay-bars/ - You also claim to be a Buddhist but call out to God and claim that he made you. Buddhists DO NOT BELIEVE IN GOD. You CAN'T even READ Hangul when people comment to you using it. YOU ARE NOT KOREAN AND YOU DO NOT GO TO SNU.

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Wang_Sejung xiaozhu Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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xiaozhu Wang_Sejung Wednesday, November 23, 2016

LOL no they don't honey, hardly anyone believes you. And continuing to call me a Chintok still isn't going to make me Chinese.

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Wang_Sejung xiaozhu Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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xiaozhu Wang_Sejung Wednesday, November 23, 2016

What comments would they be? Because I have made no claim to being Chinese. Do you have proof of that? I highly doubt it honey. Back up your claims before spewing bullshit~

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xiamarananjyp Monday, November 21, 2016

it's a shame, China will be blocking Korean media. I dont know how it will end up? :((((

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bangeryun94 xiamarananjyp Tuesday, November 22, 2016

They may not block concerts

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mrsummerstorm xiamarananjyp Tuesday, November 22, 2016

T-ara is signed with Longzhen Culture Development, a top-tier company in China so i guess they're going to be fine promoting in China

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krell mrsummerstorm Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Yes, my *guess* is that maybe NEW ACTS will have *more* difficulty to be able to promote in PRChina. But an already *connected* K-pop Group like T-ARA, they have *powerful friends* there that will make MONEY off of them. So, T-ARA will be somewhat 'protected' is my guess on it.

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MidnightKpop Monday, November 21, 2016

T-ara is popular because they consistently make the best music and mv in kpop for many years.  They are legendary in my book.   Too bad they are not active in Korea the past couple years. Wish them the best.

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hy9372 MidnightKpop Tuesday, November 22, 2016

LIKE :)

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krell Monday, November 21, 2016

T-ARA ... 

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lucyb9 krell Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Wow, Eunjung grow pretty tall. She must be over 170 cm now :)

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ethann Monday, November 21, 2016

Lets face it, they aren’t popular in korea because of the bullying lol.

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mrsummerstorm ethann Tuesday, November 22, 2016

yeah people who believe that they're bullies are stupid

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