T-ara’s CCM Addresses and Explains Jeju ‘Black Ocean’ Performance
After its recent ”black ocean” performance in Jeju Island, T-ara’s Core Contents Media (CCM) has stepped forward to address the performance.
Originally, the T-ara members were said to have faced a chilly and silent response from the crowd at the 2012 World Conservation Congress K-Pop Nature + Concert on September 8 and was accused of only performing one song though T-ara was supposedly scheduled to perform four songs.
A representative for CCM stepped forward on September 10 saying that the truth had been distorted and that it was false the group was supposed to perform four songs that night. The representative insisted T-ara was supposed to perform two songs but as the concert went on too long, the group was only able to perform Sexy Love before having to rush to catch its flight to its next schedule.
The representative did acknowledge that the crowd’s reaction to the T-ara performance was largely subdued but insisted that the crowd was not purposely acting hostile or maliciously towards T-ara.
With T-ara’s comeback already hitting some major turbulence, all eyes are on the group to see how it will weather through the storm.
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