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Monday, May 8, 2017

Boram and Soyeon opt out of T-ara's overseas concerts post contract expirations



Article: [Exclusive] T-ara Boram and Soyeon give notice that they won't be at Hong Kong concert

Source: Sports Chosun via Naver

MBK: "Boram and Soyeon have notified us that they will not be attending concerts in Japan and Hong Kong. They are concerts scheduled after their contracts expire but they were scheduled months before all of this and it's disrespectful that they're not upkeeping it. They are breaking their promise to their international fans. We've supported Boram and Soyeon with T-ara for the past 9 years and it's upsetting that this is end of it..."

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1. [+5,688, -73] Their agency is being greedy... Is media playing like this necessary just because they didn't want to work a concert that is scheduled after their contracts expire? But then again, what would you expect from this agency

2. [+5,364, -45] It's the agency's fault for scheduling activities even after their contracts expire ㅋㅋ

3. [+4,000, -50] Am I the only one that feels like this is Kwang Soo's smear campaign...

4. [+3,875, -36] Kwang Soo always does this to people who try to leave his company, he uses media play to make them look back ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

5. [+3,802, -40] Here they go again... When SeeYa's Nam Gyuri left after her contract expired, their agency made the other members give an interview while crying and calling her a horrible person for leaving. Nam Gyuri's career is dead now, and it's not only her career but everyone who's left this agency. How does the CEO not know how contract terms are supposed to work? It's completely up to Boram and Soyeon if they want to work at the Hong Kong concert since it was scheduled after their contracts are due to expire. Why in the world would you even schedule them for it when you don't know if they're going to renew or not?

6. [+3,354, -1] This type of media play isn't going to work anymore

7. [+868, -4] These two didn't renew their contracts so why are they being made out to be bad people in the media just for not doing a schedule that they're legally not obligated to do?

8. [+817, -6] Old habits die hard, Kwang Soo. He never lets anyone go fair and square.

9. [+669, -6] Why is the agency expecting them to work for them even after their contracts expire? Work is not about loyalty... These two are well within their rights to only work up to what their contract obligates them to.

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