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T-ara Says Fans Shouldn’t Worry about the Members’ Health

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2012.07.17 00:00 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The T-ara members said their fans are not to worry about their health, because they’re constantly arming themselves with every kind of healthy and good food they can find.

The members attended the press conference held before the inauguration of its fanclub Queen’s on July 14.

T-ara Says Fans Shouldn’t Worry about the Members’ Health

Eun Jung said, “Many know that we don’t get enough sleep and that we’ve been injured a lot, so they worry about our health a lot. Still, I think the healthy foods we get are the most expensive foods out there. We’ve been having Gong Jin Dan, Wild Ginseng, Chinese medicines and vitamins.”

She added, “It doesn’t fit our image to do so, but because we have so many schedules and overseas promotions, we’ve been taking care of our health.”

“I know [our fans are] worried about us,” So Yeon said. “They’re even more worried because it’s well-known that we have to get through so many schedules. Whenever we get sick even a little, they worry a lot.”

“I made a mistake at our comeback performance a while ago because my voice wasn’t in top condition. Hyo Min will also be going onstage today with a voice in bad condition but she’s staying strong for our fans. We’re all taking care of ourselves, so you don’t have to worry too much,” So Yeon finished.

Despite the assurances, Hyo Min again drew concern from her fans this day due to her voice. She had to get through the performances for the inauguration ceremony in the same condition.

T-ara met with its first official fanclub for the first time in its three-year career this day and performed its many hits including Day by Day, Roly Poly and Lovey Dovey.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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