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Past and Present Jewelry Members Gather for Farewell Party

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2015.01.08 13:46 Newsen Kim Hyung Woo Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

The former and current members of Jewelry ended up shedding their tears at the farewell party.

On January 7, Jewelry held a farewell party after filming the last photo shoot. The farewell party was attended by not only the former and current Jewelry members, including Park Jung Ah, Seo In Young, Kim Eun Jung, Ha Joo Yeon, Kim Ye Won and Park Se Mi, but the former and current managers and staff members, sharing Jewelry’s last moment together. Over 50 former and current managers and staff members gathered on this day, showing their tight friendship with Jewelry.

During the farewell party, the members ended up breaking into tears as they took turns to share their last words for one another.

One affiliate shared, “As the members shared each of their farewell, they ended up showing their tears. The members who wrote Jewelry’s history, including Park Jung Ah and Seo In Young, as well as the current members, were all very sad to part with Jewelry.”

Past and Present Jewelry Members Gather for Farewell Party

Meanwhile, Jewelry will be disbanding 14 years after the group was formed.

The agency Star Empire announced on January 7, “Jewelry, which debuted with I Love You in March of 2001, will officially be disbanding in January 2015,” adding, “We sincerely thank all the people who loved Jewelry and Jewelry’s music for 14 years.”

The agency stated, “Ha Joo Yeon and Park Semi, whose contracts ended, will be leaving Star Empire and begin their activities at a new place while Kim Ye Won will continue her activities at Star Empire. We ask for your support and love for Jewelry, which will be promoting in each of their spots.”

Star Empire added that Jewelry’s last photoshoot will be revealed in February, thanking the fans once again.

Photo credit: Ha Joo Yeon’s Instagram

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