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T-ara disbandment confirmed, members will not be renewing contracts

By jennywill   Wednesday, March 22, 2017   362,224   40,563   306
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T-ara will be disbanding after all.


Even though the upcoming album in May was supposed to be the girls' last album together as 6, MBK Entertainment had denied that the girls were disbanding and had left the possibility of contract renewal open.


SEE ALSO: T-ara reportedly pushing back their comeback


However, it's now been revealed that the members have decided to go their own ways after their album in May. An insider told Xports News, "Some of the T-ara members decided not to renew their contract with MBK Entertainment. The album in May will be their last album together. Afterward, they'll all have their own promotions."

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B2UTYCARAT Friday, March 24, 2017

im not a fan but i should admit that all of their songs are so ear-catchy. you wil get addicted once you hear their song just so pity on them bcs of that false rumour, everything changed. if im not wrong i read an article and eunjung said they are clearly known that T-ARA will not be the same anymore after that bullying rumour, they cant be as famous as before but bcs of their fans love so they keep on releasing a song.

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Im_you_pantseu Friday, March 24, 2017

This is so sad but i kinda saw it coming

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wattamatta Thursday, March 23, 2017

after a day of crying and contemplating about it...  I think I understand how they feel. They don't want the sympathy fans and what kept them going for so long was the need to expose the truth, and that mission has been accomplished. But i was so wishing.. they'd grace us with their music for years to come..i really was hoping this was a new beginning than an end.... bu i really understand how they feel. GOD BLESS YOU T-ARA. YOU'VE DONE MORE THAN ENOUGH. YOU WERE TOO GOOD FOR KOREA. KOREA NEVER DESERVED YOU.

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weirdchubbygirl Thursday, March 23, 2017

This is so sad! 



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Seobaby_bias Thursday, March 23, 2017

NODEAR GOD PLEASE NONOOOOO

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ELN94 Thursday, March 23, 2017

Yeah, because we all didn't see this coming. *sarcasm*

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JamesR Thursday, March 23, 2017

Another of the early iconic girl Kpop groups is disbanding - ever since 2016 we have seen so many go: Kara, Wonder Girls, 4 Minute, 2Ne1. Everyone is fearing for F(x) with Amber's latest tweet. All that will be left from the first (new) wave of Kpop girls will be Brown Eyed Girls (who may or may not return), SNSD and Davichi. (I know Sunny Hill is from 2007 and are still around but they are very different from when they started as a co-ed group).

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loonacodedarling JamesR Monday, March 27, 2017

Gavy NJ are also still left, and they've been active since 2005... But it's terrible that we have so few left of the groups that made kpop what it is now...

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ron_ace Thursday, March 23, 2017

Why this happened... damn I feel sore

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guliwabav (Banned) Thursday, March 23, 2017

This comment has been removed due to violation of our TOS. (Reason: spammer)

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KPOP_JASON Thursday, March 23, 2017

It was sad when I saw this newsT-ARA was one of the groups that gave me interest into K-pop including snsd, sistar and othersWhen I first listened to sexy love , it was so good I have to repeat it alot of time till sugar-free come out it became one of my favourite song and I got like addicted to it hahahahahaNo matter if T-ARA disbanded I'll still never forget them :(:-Queen's

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