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T-ara’s Eun Jung Stays Quiet on the T-ara Incident

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2012.08.17 11:30 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Eun Jung’s appearance at the Five Fingers press conference was her first time in front of the cameras since the T-ara incident first came to light.

What, then, happened at the conference? The answer is: nothing.

T-ara’s Eun Jung Stays Quiet on the T-ara Incident

The press conference for SBS’ upcoming drama Five Fingers was held on August 16 in Seoul.

Eun Jung attended the conference, making her first official appearance since the controversies surrounding Hwa Young and T-ara first sprang up.

As such, much attention was paid as to whether anything related to the incident would be revealed at the conference.

Previously, fellow member So Yeon, who had been cast for a role in KBS2’s Haeundae Lovers, didn’t attend the press conference for the drama held on August 1, and Hyo Min said in tears at the press conference for her MBC sitcom One Thousandth Man that, as it was a day meant for the drama, “I would like to request you only ask about the drama.”

Eun Jung was also asked about the incident at her own press conference.

As soon as the question was asked, however, an official from SBS said, “Please ask only questions about the drama,” cutting off any more talk about the issue and concluding the interview. Predictably, Eun Jung therefore did not open up on the issue.

Five Fingers is a drama with a script written by screenwriter Kim Soon Ok, who opened a new age of dramas with the story of Temptation of Wife.

It is about the struggle between genius pianists to become the heir of an instrument company, and how they overcome the scars that arise from the struggle to return to their dreams and love. It will begin airing on August 18.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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