T-ara has changed up their plans for the year due to their strong desire to continue expanding their acting careers.
Core Contents Media had originally asked the girls to focus on their musical activities for the rest of the year and asked to put their acting careers to the back seat for the time being. Determined to pursue both music and acting, the girls were able to persuade CEO Kim Kwang Soo to allow them to schedule for both.
Eunjung was recently confirmed for a role in SBS's new weekend drama, 'Five Fingers', while Hyomin will be joining MBC's new fantasy sitcom, 'The First Man'. In addition, Soyeon will be making her drama debut through 'Haeundae Lovers' on KBS.
Earlier this year, the company stated, "T-ara will be focusing on their album releases, Japanese promotions, and concerts this year." As of June 29th, however, plans have changed, with representatives explaining, "The members of T-ara personally visited CEO Kim Kwang Soo and persuaded him to change his mind. He was worried about the girls' busy schedules with their Korean comeback, Japanese promotions, concerts, and fanclub inaugurations, but the girls were very adamant about wanting to do everything they wanted, even if it meant having to squeeze it in an already packed schedule."
Eunjung, Hyomin, and Soyeon stated, "We'll show how hard working we are and make sure that we don't fall behind in our music or acting."
Source & Image: OSEN
Posted byFriday, June 29, 2012
T-ara persuades CCM to allow them to pursue both music and acting this year
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