[Video] T-ara Experiences a ‘Black Ocean’ at Jeju Concert
Standing in front of fans live for the first time since the T-ara controversy, T-ara experienced the longest performance ever with no excitement from the audience.
On September 8, T-ara stood on stage at the 2012 World Conservation Congress K-Pop Nature+ Concert, where the members were unfortunately met with cold responses from fans.
As soon as the group took the stage, it’s said that some members of the audience turned off their glow sticks and refrained from cheering, creating the ‘black ocean.’ Fan accounts say that a group of fans started chanting, “Ryu Hwa Young,” referring to the T-ara member who was kicked out of the group earlier in August.
T-ara performed Sexy Love on Mnet’s M Countdown and MBC’s Music Core a week before, but this was the first time performing its newest song live.
After the performance, the news of the ‘black ocean’ started seeping into online communities, where fans had a divide of opinions. Some said that the T-ara members made their comeback too soon, while others said the media was over exaggerating the event.
Check out a fancam of the performance below and decide for yourself!
Photo Credit: Online Community
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