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Friday, March 1, 2013

Same Old: IU + T-ara's Hyomin screws up in the worst possible way [Update]



Article: IU's bare faced photos... 'confident even with a bare face'

Source: TV Report via Nate

1. [+404, -83] Did the article seriously call her a singer AND actress? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Don't think being an actress is a career you can just stick anywhere in your name ㅋㅋ Don't you have any consideration at all for the real actresses?

2. [+255, -53] Singer and actress ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ I still don't understand how she's a lead in a weekend drama

3. [+97, -15] Typo in the article ㅋㅋ

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Article:
T-ara Hyomin serves Korean food to Japanese staff in celebration of 3.1/Independence Movement Day

Source:
Star News via Nate

1. [+1,298, -78] On March 1st, our ancestors put their lives on the line to fight for our independence from Japan... while some brainless bi*ch is serving Japanese staff on March 1st to look good for them. But then again, you had to have learned something in class to even know these things ㅋㅋㅋ

2. [+1,038, -43] T-ara, don't think that you can be like the newly sprouting plants that are beginning to grow with the spring season and start crawling back out again. I'll rip all of you out.

3. [+696, -25] If this was any other day, I wouldn't care... but to be serving the Japanese on Independence Movement Day... You cannot be normal.

4. [+123, -3] Ridiculous not only that there is a celebrity serving Japanese staff on Independence Movement Day but that their company gave them the okay on it... I don't care about their activities in Japan but do they even know what kind of day it is today? If they wanted to celebrate 3.1 the right way, they should be paying respect to the Korean flag and staying quiet.

5. [+120, -3] This stupid b*ch thinks 3.1 is a festival ㅡㅡ What a way to prove your stupidity....

6. [+80, -6] The fact that she's even in Japan on 3.1 is ridiculous in itself... Go pay your respect to the comfort women and buy the grandmas a bouquet of flowers with the money you're using to feed the Japanese..

7. [+52, -2] Serving the Japanese food on 3.1.............. Is her brain just rotting now or has she always been this stupid from birth? I don't even have words to explain how stupid this is... Should've just stayed in her dorm if she had to be in Japan and hung up the Korean flag and pay her respect... She wouldn't be hated to this extent then... But serving the Japanese food?????????????????? Is she fu*king insane?

8. [+50, -6] 600 voteups... I'm surprised there are still people that are willing to media play for Hyomin

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[Update] Hyomin's explanation


It's 3.1 today. I'm currently in Japan filming a movie^^
I was feeling a bit down about it today but today's location turned out to be a Korean restaurant so I gleefully took a Taegukgi and took a picture with it!
There seems to be talk about how I served the staff food but the story was distorted.
Although not today, I do hope to express my gratitude towards the staff some day.
Today, I will be paying my respect with gratitude towards the people who loved our country.


102 comments:

  1. I think.. Maybe it's just better for IU and Hyomin to bury themselves and not take any pics for the next few mths..

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  2. Welp it could have been worse, she could have been holding a Japanese flag.

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  3. IU looks really pretty without make up on^^

    Hyomin...
    I don't hate her but it really is disrespectful... even in my country doing that kind of thing would get her hate...

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  4. IU looks cute :-)

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  5. it seems Knetizens still have not been able to forgive IU & T'ara...

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  6. i swear one day the members of T-ARA will get killed by the netizens....

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  7. I know Independence Day for Koreans is a very important holiday and that their historic relations with the Japanese are not exactly rainbows and unicorns, but the comments fucking boarder on racism.

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  8. Well, at the same time, KKS/CCM have no control over what goes on in Japan. They're under a completely different company. The Japanese PR managers may not have been aware (because it's not their country), but I guess she should've been...

    Netizens will ALWAYS be hateful in regards to IU though. -__________- It's the journalist's fault for putting singer and actress in the same sentence to describe IU and SHE gets all the fault for it. It's as if this journalist were IU's anti.

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  9. I agree. I'm sure: 2. [+1,038, -43] T-ara, don't think that you can be like the newly sprouting plants that are beginning to grow with the spring season and start crawling back out again. I'll rip all of you out.

    That or sadly, I wouldn't be surprised if one of the T-ARA members committed suicide. I don't like T-ARA in general or am I a fan of their music, but gosh, I just feel sorry for them now.

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  10. Welp, KKS doesn't know when to stop, does he? He's always putting the idols in his roster in the line of fire and then attempts to backtrack in the worst possible way. I wouldn't be surprised if he came up with some hackneyed excuse for Hyomin. Either way, netizens are regimented in their sentiments towards the Japanese so there's really nothing he can do to save her at this point. The hole that he dug up for T-ara is the size of a freakin' crater and it only gets deeper the more he tries to do media play.

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    1. Lol I stopped reading your comment after the first sentence. See this is why your wrong... KKS does NOT manage t-ara's J A P A N E S E activities. So before you you go open you mouth and say some stupid shit learn that t-ara is manages by EMI JAPAN. So stoopid.

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  11. Oh dear, T-ara can never go into right direction... are they cursed or something? :/

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  12. 2. [+1,038, -43] T-ara, don't think that you can be like the newly sprouting plants that are beginning to grow with the spring season and start crawling back out again. I'll rip all of you out. 

    wow that's scary... :/

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  13. with T-Ara, i wouldn't be surprised if one of them eventually do that.

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  14. How do they know she did that? Did someone post it online? But whoever shared the update about Hyomin serving the Japanese staff on that date was stupid. They should know how sensitive the issue is.

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  15. I don't think it's possible to blame KKS this time. KKS/CCM does not have control of T-ARA's activities in Japan. The Japanese PR management does. And since it's not their country, they were probably not concerned in the first place or were ignorant of the effects this would have.

    Hyo Min though should've (to at least a small degree) possibly realized the effect of doing what she did...I know she was trying to do something nice, but I guess she didn't realize that it could be taken the wrong way.

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  16. I'm not a fan of T-ara, I also used to blame them in the situation with Hwa, but now I feel sorry for them. The amount of hate that they received, ohh.. be strong, girls.

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  17. poor girls. Netizens why don't you throw your hate toward rapists instead.

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  18. if Korea fight for independence from Japan on March 1st, then that could be take like a slap in japaneses face, you know like "I'm celebrating my country's independence from yours, take this cake in name of my infinite happiness"*evil smile*...at less I would take it in that way.

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  19. The whole point of 3.1 is a celebration of the beginning of the independence movement FROM the japanese, so it makes sense that knetizens are mad that she's serving FOR the japanese and pretending to be doing that in recognition of the day.

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  20. CCM has to have a say in what they do though, right? And it's not like the Japanese aren't aware of what this day means for Koreans since they share history. While Hyomin's actions will cater to Japanese sentiment, that comes with the cost of Korean sentiment, which was already shoddy to begin with. It's always one or the other when you involve yourself in these kinds of political-based affairs.


    Hyomin must've known how this would be perceived to Koreans but, since she has to cater to the demands of her company, she has no way out of it. But, of course, it is her name on the line and not the company's.

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  21. They're not trying to be politically correct with their personal opinions. Americans have always been proponents for soft language usage but for a lot of Asians we just tell it how it is. Honesty on top of appeasing other people's feelings. In my opinion, that's how we are able to brush off a lot of negative comments that 'merica would already consider "abuse".

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  22. Did Hyomin tweet/sns about her serving food or is this PR? If she tweeted abt it, she shot herself on the foot (like Eunji's oranges). If PR, that person needs to get fired.


    The meaning of 3.1 to Koreans and Hyomin being an easy target, this wasn't going to bode well.

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  23. Don't they get stalkers? Like legit murderous ones, not the packaged in a 'fan' wrapper named Sasaengs.. I'd be so scared for my life if I were them, and probably go into hiding. It takes guts to keep promoting amongst the hate they receive. That netizen you quoted will probably lead his new team of murderous stalker gang.

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  24. I'm not sure, but I don't think they don't since since, again, they're under a completely different company which means a completely different policy and completely different promotional methods.

    I'm sure the Japanese are aware, but why would they want to cater to a day that has nothing beneficially to do with their country? You're right though. It was the same with KARA when the Dokdo/Takeshima dispute was brought up and KARA chose to remain silent on the issue. The Koreans were upset that they didn't stand up for their own country, but if they did, it would cost them a bit of popularity in Japan. Political things are difficult to deal with. Especially when you're a idol.

    You're basically right though. I'm sure she HAD to have some awareness, but in this, NOBODY wins...

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  25. It's a lose-lose situation all around, which is why it's always smarter for idols to just avoid any sort of political involvement on days like these.

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  26. Yeah. If anything, I think that would've been best for T-ARA especially. I mean, I know they want to promote their new Japanese single, but they should've chosen a different way and not something politically motivated or involved. Especially on such a day like this.

    I think KARA was smart in their failure to respond as well. Risk your popularity in credibility in your home, or risk your popularity and status in a nation that recognizes you as almost one of their own. And that's especially dangerous seeing as though SME is promoting SNSD really hard through Japan to come for KARA's title. If KARA lost their popularity in Japan, it would almost be a little too easy for SNSD.

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  27. looool i swear the comment on allkpop is saying that the staff might be hurt because of this ..... but k-netizens saying that she is trying to look good for them????
    it makes me feel that k-netizens are just like vampires .... they live of hating on T-ara ....wait until the hallyu wave ends, and nobody would remember your shit country .

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  28. am a Queen's but i looooled .....i would do that ...so i can see their faces raging till sweet death.

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  29. To be fair, if an American celebrity were to PR about treating their Japanese staff for Pearl Harbor day the "US-netizens" comments would be WAY LESS politically correct. Americans are not as PC as ppl believe and CERTAINLY not when commenting on the internet

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  30. That's true but there's always the middle straddlers who try to denounce actions of other cultures when stuff like these like this happen in their own backyard so to speak.

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  31. Controversy generates views and hits for the website.

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  32. she hasn't returned to twitter since that fateful day.

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  33. i think many of these netizens are just keyboard warriors and don't have the balls to bring their thoughts into action, not that i want them to. the idea of spewing hate online is spurred by the fact that you can be anonymous.

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    1. LOL! You must be unavare of that almost all Korean websites where you comment requires you to login with your unique ID number that you get as a Korean citizen based on your passport. So they are not that anonymous as you think. This is also why its so easy to sue them when they cross the line.

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  34. So in the end the journalists wins and they wouldn't care about the artists' reputations and who they affect with this as long as they get theirs.


    Horrible.

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  35. Yeah, definitely that psychological mindset of power associated with anonymity, you could get away from your actual background and be someone more important than people really give you credit for.


    Why they feel it's good to put people down and relentless curse at people, I don't understand though.

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  36. Gosh no matter what the history is Koreans need to move forward and stop being butthurt about it and racist as well and also need to thank. Japs. For welcoming their idols in the.country

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  37. someone definitely wasn't forward thinking when this went out.


    oh wait: Ⓒ photo = Core Contents Media


    so.. it was released by CCM /facepalm/

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    1. CCM is T-error's biggest anti. They caused more damage to themselves than all of the antis combined.
      Untill they stay with CCM things like this will happen again.

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  38. *sigh* i pity these netizens...they bashed IU and T-ara like crazy...but both IU and T-ara still stand strong lol especially IU....she's a lead in a weekend drama, japanese and korean albums ahead....same goes to T-ara
    looking forward for the whiny netizens' reactions if IU did great in acting...lol

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  39. Do you really think celebrities have a choice in what pictures get taken, though? especially at an airport - it's always crawling with fans and journalists. if it were that easy, sasaengs wouldn't exist.

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  40. with IU it's really that she's acting, not about her scandal. Suzy gets the same comments.

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  41. the photo credits show CCM. it came from CCM.

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  42. She should aware that somebody in negative state will objected as negative itself. Whatever you do theres always the negative way to make it be a negative things. Such as negative comments and negative reaction.
    But still why she didnt chose another days??

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  43. And so as T-ara...


    Jeez, seriously, why are Jiyeon stans hate Korean literally like they're shooting themselves on their foot? Don't forget, all of your T-ara girls are Korean also...

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  44. Doesn't mean that they have control of ALL activities T-ARA has in Japan especially when they're under EMI Music Japan which has their own policies that anyone that claims to be under their agency (whether they're from a different country or not) should probably have to adhere to. It's an article being processed in South Korea, I would think it would be under CCM rather than EMI Music Japan. Don't you?

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  45. I honestly don't know, but when they were supposed to protest against T-ARA, it turned out they all disappeared save for one. So the hate must just be an internet thing. Like @disqus_5n4RMYxTek:disqus said. It's pretty much an "internet warrior" thing.

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  46. "I'll rip you all of you out"...
    That was almost like a threat or an assault,even if that person is joking.I swear since the controversy, T-ara is receiving the MOST amount of hate from K-netizens until now.Seriously,some netizens need to stop.They could have finished memorizing 1000 books by now if we compile the amount of time that they started bashing them since mid-2012.

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    1. T-bitches get what they deserve. In a few years they will be sucking Japanese cocks for living.

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  47. I see nothing wrong with these two idols.
    Knetizens are too childish and immature. They really cannot forgive and forget.
    Talking as if they're the perfect ones.

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  48. hyomin looks different.
    the laughing photo on the left looks so different from how she usually laughs.

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  49. Agree. They got their flack. It's time to move on. That controversy happened in the summer of 2012. It's almost spring 2013 and we haven't moved on. What's WRONG with these netizens?

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  50. Hyomin, every time when I think her and tese T-bitches reached the ground, the keep sinking deeper. Stupid bitch!

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  51. Honestly, there is nothing wrong with serving the Japanese Korean food on this day. In fact, it could have lessen the tension, albeit small, between the two countries through a gesture like this. By serving the Japanese Korean food, it expresses the magnanimity of Koreans while, at the same time, recognizes the sacrifices their ancestors have made. Netizens chose to view this negatively just because they want to.

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  52. Japanese are/were evil, yeah right.. . But it's not surprising. Guess where did Japanese come from?. Just go check your dna, Korean.

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  53. In Japan, they are under EMI Music Japan for their music activities. But this picture is from the set of Jinx. I doubt that it's EMI Music Japan handling their acting activities.

    If you can find the source from Japan before reaching SK, I won't wholly blame CCM for this. But from the way it looks, it's CCM releasing it to the reporter.

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  54. LOL...This is my fav comment xD

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  55. Oh, let Sun young celebrate it in the lion's den. I never consider Japanese the 'bad guys' in WW2. They were too foolish to be in the WRONG side aka Hilter. The whole world hated Hilter's prejudice against Jews, etc and the japanese governments were played for fools by their leading general in a resemblance conquest by Nobunaga Oda. Japan had the most acknowledgement in the west while Joseon struggled to do the same with all those anti western settlements happened.... South Korean need america's help for their independent day.

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  56. Why would she be holding a Japanese flag? It's a Korean holiday.

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  57. One of these days one of these super popular girl groups members will commite suicide because of all this hate.

    This happened in the past with other celebrities so it won't be actually something different from what they are use to.

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  58. Criticize the Koreans while you use a racist term like "Japs".

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  59. kpopwillneverstopMarch 1, 2013 at 1:48 PM

    "7. [+52, -2] Serving the Japanese food on 3.1.............. Is her brain just rotting now or has she always been this stupid from birth? I don't even have words to explain how stupid this is... Should've just stayed in her dorm if she had to be in Japan and hung up the Korean flag and pay her respect... She wouldn't be hated to this extent then... But serving the Japanese food?????????????????? Is she fu*king insane?"



    I could care less for T-Error, but I don't think she could've been able to stay in her dorm since this is a part of the group's activities which the company setted up. On the other hand, if she did this alone then, well, the comments are fair.

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  60. kpopwillneverstopMarch 1, 2013 at 1:51 PM

    YES!!! I saw the article about it on Koreabang, and it was so hilarious looking at comments from j-netizens saying how they can't be related to koreans while some k-netizen comments were saying that they can't be related to the japanese, and there were some k-netizen comments that went pretty much like, "...So we're teachnically calling ourselves monkeys???" LOL XD

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  61. lol you call that no make up? i think that's called bbcream.

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  62. Honestly, I really don't think most Americans would care. The sins of the father are not the sins of the son. Some would probably note the irony and make a few snide comments but an article like that would easily soon be forgotten.

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  63. T-ara should just disband. They are getting no love at all.

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  64. agreed, I was thinking more of people commenting on the internet. Which tends to bring out extreme people regardless of the country.


    Then again, the Dixie Chicks comment blew up like crazy so you never know when Americans will put on their patriot hats.

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  65. who needs their forgiveness? who do they think they are?

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  66. IIIIIIIIIIIUUUUUUUUUUU!!! SHE LOOKS FUCKING TO DIE FOR!!!

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  67. we're teachnically calling ourselves monkeys???"

    I shouldn't have laughed but I just did xD.

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  68. Seems like she needs more determination to tweet again...

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  69. You're assuming that Netizen opinion is entirely representative of all Koreans opinions. It's not. Hence the reason why IU is still a successful idol and is able to get the lead role in a weekend drama.

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  70. I bet you that it would be seen as 'lessening' the tension if someone like Won Bin had done it.

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  71. Maybe cuz I am from the South where people still go on and on about how the Yankees came and burned down Atlanta, and refer to the Civil War like it's yesterday, the memories of some is very very very long indeed.

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  72. I'm from the South too so I know how that is a little. I moved a lot but most of the places I've lived are in the South. I don't think I've ever heard anyone complain about Northerners because of things that happend in our History. I hear a lot of complaints about 'Yankees' because of how rude they are and such...


    But yes, all sorts of extremists come out on the internet. Its amusing to read their comments because I can't even imagine someone who thinks like that even exists lol

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  73. They are worse....

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  74. That's assuming they don't get killed by their schedules first. Those have been damaging them like hell since God knows how long.

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  75. Assuming you're referring to EMI-J, from a T-ara fan I've talked to who's also been employed in EMI Japan last year, no. EMI does not have full control over T-ara's activities in Japan - they're responsible with T-ara's music and marketing it in Japan and CCM still has a lot of sway in their activities as a whole. Because if they didn't, then why the heck would the group still be overworked as hell there, unless their Japanese management counterparts are just as crooked as KKS is?


    Concerts, transportation/logistics, interviews, variety shows (or rather, promotional activities and such) and all that isn't exactly in EMI's reach, especially considering the total number of performers, groups and singers under contract by the company is massive as opposed to just a little over 300 employees, many of them who're likely to be working in the offices than field work.



    At best, CCM probably only has a number of Japanese under contract as advisers, translators and/or language teachers to make up for such. Even then, they're still under KKS's dimwitted authority.

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  76. Yes. They are spineless keyboard warriors only. If they met T-ara in real
    life and were asked to explain themselves, they would bow and apologise. Did you catch the post on Naver the other week about a T-ara hater who spread the fake rumours who was about to be interviewed by the police, and was scared of going to jail? He was literally crying on the internet, asking for advice from other netizens, saying "please help me, I'm so scared". These people are paper tigers. T-ara have nothing to fear.

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  77. " I never consider Japanese the 'bad guys' in WW2. "


    Nobunaga Oda or not, invading whole countries en masse under the name of 'Japan strong! You must be our slave!' and treating the native populations as if they're inferior subhumans is fucking crazy and deserves the 'bad guys' label. Maybe you should read up more on the IJA, considering it was filled with extreme nationalists and militarists ever since the 1920s.


    Do you even have any idea how many people the Japanese outright murdered during then? The Sino-Japanese front was basically the Asia/Pacific region's version of the Eastern Front in Europe, for crying out loud.


    And no, the world didn't hate Hitler simply because of his prejudice against Jews at the time (in fact, his hatred actually included also gays, communists, Slavs, gypsies, the disabled and so forth), especially since the Allies did not find out about systematic genocide until during the mid to late stages of the war. Hitler was aggressive ever since the 1930s, starting with rearming Germany for war, occupying Austria and Czechoslovakia, supporting the Nationalists in the Spanish Civil War and ultimately starting the war itself in Poland, initiating the largest and bloodiest battle front in history with the USSR and even declaring war on the US. That alone was more than enough to have a lot of fingers pointing at him, even before Jews were persecuted en masse through brutality.


    In the end, both Japan and Germany's governments in WW2 were ultranationalist, racist and delusional fuckwits that deserved to be brought down.

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  78. What Hyomin did, serving Korean food to the Japanese on this significant day, was like an equivalent of holding a KOREAN flag. It's a way of saying "I will be polite and give you hospitality but I still have my national pride and we should never forget the importance of this day". Netizens are choosing to see it negatively, only because they choose to see everything T-ara related negatively no matter what it is. It was a sweet and noble gesture. If Won Bin did this, they would say "good on you, Won Bin, for politely standing up and representing our country".

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  79. I don't know about you, but when people say they hate me I don't crawl into a corner and hide and become scared of showing my face. I come out with a strong attitude and continue doing whatever the hell I please. This is what T-ara and IU are doing. No wonder netizens hate them so much - they tried to bullying them out of existence and failed. Every time they come out, it's a reminder that netizens have no real power over them. Netizens are on such a power trip and nothing hurts netizens more than being reminded that they have no power.

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  80. Why would she be serving food to the Japanese? It's a Korean holiday

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  81. Well, she's in Japan so who the fuck is she going to serve food to - africans?

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  82. i feel really bad for t-ara:'(
    these people are so mean..i think she does'nt really have a bad intention

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  83. I always considered them the bad guys. Those that invaded our country anyways. They're very ruthless and did a lot of raping back then too (no matter what age).

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  84. oh go kill yourself you useless piece of shit

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  85. Keeping it classy, I see.

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  86. too bad eunhyuk fucked her to death.

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  87. I am sry but had no idea that its a racist term

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  88. That's the price of WAR and ambition

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  89. Typical Koreans. Am I the only person who found it nice at what Hyomin did, it shows that Japanese and Koreans can be peaceful and nice to each other.
    3.1 is a very pro Korea anti Japan day for Hyomin to be breaking the barrier and including the japanese in no way makes her a bad person, how does being tolerant make her that. Even though i proudly celebrate 3.1 Koreans need to stop blaming the Japanese for something their ancestors did. The more they hate Japan the more they will hate Koreans and there will never be peace.

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  90. nope, you aren't the only one ~^^
    People just need to start respecting each other and accept different people and cultures xD Hyomin did a beautiful thing, everyone misunderstands because they don't want to see her being a nice person.

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  91. And war is the price of political extremism and hawkishness (whichever ideology it can be and in Japan's case, a combination of ultranationalism, racism and militarism). Japan's government at the time was largely dominated and influenced by the military whereas the civilian officials had little actual power, if any at all.


    If you think Hitler's hate for Jews is unjustifiable, then Japan's militarist aggression all in the name of 'Japan strong!' shouldn't be seen as any less either. You're basically being an apologist to their mindset, which led to one of the most bloodiest and brutal battle fronts in history - and probably the biggest one the entire Asia/Pacific region ever saw in its history.


    Stick to the topic here mate. We're talking about the 20th century. Not the 1800s, though I'll add in a little something to that - black slavery and stealing the land of the native Americans as well as others in the North American continent can be traced back all the way back to the 1500s at the earliest; long before the United States even came to existence - so you may as well also put a share of blame on the Spanish, French and the British too at that.


    At least slavery was abolished in the US, while in the case of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, the governments had absolutely no intention of doing so long as they lived.

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  92. You K-Netizens, LISTEN UP!
    I DON'T KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND I DON'T WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU WANT! IF YOU STILL CONTINUE BASHING T-ARA, YOU'LL REGRET! BECAUSE WHAT I DO HAVE ARE A VERY PARTICULAR SET OF SKILLS; SKILLS THAT I HAVE ACQUIRED OVER A VERY LONG TIME. SKILLS THAT MAKE ME A NIGHTMARE FOR PABO LIKE YOU! IF YOU STOP BASHING T-ARA AND HYOMIN, THAT'LL BE THE END OF IT. I WILL NOT LOOK FOR YOU, I WILL NOT PURSUE YOU. BUT IF YOU DON'T, I WILL LOOK FOR YOU, I WILL FIND YOU, AND I WILL KILL YOU!

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  93. i'm agree with khat31 (may i call u that?) i fact....maybe public push T-ara too hard in this case especially Hyomin. Blame all what she doing, blame her past, and blame for her hard work is seems not fair for her. I like they song even that i'am not Queen's. i like Hyomin coz i think she always tried to show so cheerfully and in some ways it makes her other friends looks survive in the hard situation. So just shut up for haters mouth and start to see the positively than the negatif

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