Posted by KayRosa AKP STAFF Sunday, January 27, 2019

T-ara's Hyomin regrets initially ending relations with MBK Entertainment on bad terms


Hyomin shared feelings of regret regarding MBK Entertainment.

On January 27th, 'TV Report' published a recent article featuring Hyomin, who allegedly cried during the interview while talking about T-ara.

"We [T-ara] dined with President Kim Kwang Soo (of MBK) as our contract came to an end," said Hyomin. "We thought that we had the potential to become Shinhwa or Highlight seniors by ourselves as well."

However, during the process, the issue of keeping the brand name 'T-ara' had arose.

"On our end, we had thought that the President would support the idea. But, we failed to recognize his pain. The conflict between us and the company grew gradually, and none of us could understand each other. All we wanted to do was protect the name of T-ara without giving up," lamented Hyomin.

Later on, when the situation died down, T-ara revisited the company to face the President again. This time, the President had treated them well, because "everybody wanted to end on a good note." Hyomin confessed that she regretted the entire happening, because even the final days of T-ara "had been portrayed under a negative light."

Meanwhile, Hyomin has picked up her solo activities once again, returning with her latest single "U Um U Um".

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whatever101169 pts Sunday, January 27, 2019 1
Sunday, January 27, 2019

Hyomin is really polite considering #EverybodyKnows KKS is a piece of shit who will milk his artists for every penny ther worth and make it his life's goal to destroy their reputation if they leave the company


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Brown_Cream658 pts Sunday, January 27, 2019 7
Sunday, January 27, 2019

It's weird that the members won the right to use the name and weirder that they would want to. They should leave it behind them along with the ugliness caused by Hwayoung's treachery.

I'm not very hopeful they'll get back together as a group either, it would require them to either be at the same agency or sign non-exclusive contracts with their respective agencies and that might be a complex legal minefield they all would have to agree on. Eunjung is doing her acting thing anyway and not sure if other members want to continue in the music industry. Shame really but good luck ladies.


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