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Kara’s Goo Hara and Young Ji to Become Special DJs for ‘DSP Radio’

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2014.11.26 11:36 CJ E&M enewsWorld Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Kara’s Goo Hara and Heo Young Ji will be challenging themselves as DJ for a radio show.

Goo Hara and Heo Young Ji will be the DJs for the third episode of DSP Radio, broadcasting through YouTube on November 26 at 6 p.m. (KST).

DSP Radio is an internet radio show produced by DSP Media, allowing fans to send in their stories and messages to the artists, who later responds to them on the radio.

Kara’s Goo Hara and Young Ji to Become Special DJs for ‘DSP Radio’

With A-Jax’s Hyeong Kon and Yun Young appearing in the first episode and Rainbow’s Woo Ri and Ji Suk participating in the second, DSP Radio has been featuring the stories of DSP Media artists, which they were not able to share until now. The fans have especially been staying alert about which artists will appear in the following episode of DSP Radio.

With the stories flooding in after Kara has been confirmed, the third episode of DSP Radio will be led by Goo Hara and Heo Young Ji.

Goo Hara showed off her stable hosting skills with her clear voice, displaying her talents as a DJ.

The third episode will reveal Goo Hara’s story regarding ‘the first snow’ as well as Heo Young Ji’s thoughts on carrying out her first Japan tour after joining Kara. Heo Young Ji reportedly caught attention by confessing her utmost respect towards Goo Hara.

The third episode of DSP Radio revealing Goo Hara and Heo Young Ji’s untold stories will air through DSP’s official YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/dsp) on November 26 at 6 p.m. (KST).

Photo credit: DSP Media

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