T-ARA’s Boram & Soyeon Issue Might Push Group's Comeback Much Later
After the much announcement of MBK Entertainment, T-ARA will supposedly come back with 6 members this June. But another issue came up after the agency once again revealed Boram and Soyeon's issue. Check out why this might affect the planned date of the idols return.
According to Koreaboo, T-ARA will no longer promote with six members for their final comeback. This came after Boram and Soyeon decided not to join the others anymore. This will surely be another adjustment for them. Hence, another date push back might happen again.
"We can not use the recordings with Soyeon and Boram. Because the remaining 4 members will have to re-record the songs, we will have to further postpone the release of the album," MBK Entertainment explained. "The exact date for the 4 member's comeback is unknown yet, but it's planned for the end of June," it added.
Supposedly, Boram and Soyeon's contract will expire this coming May 15. The also determine that they won't be renewing it with the T-ARA's agency anymore. After nine years, the girls will be leaving their girl group now.
MBK Entertainment still wishes a good life T-ARA's former members Boram and Soyeon. On the coming days, Qri, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon will continue to promote this coming June as planned for the comeback.
In a prior report by Soompi, T-ARA first wanted to get back on stage this May. They also hoped that Boram and Soyeon will join them despite the contract issue.
"T-ara will come back this May. Since their contracts expire in May, this will be their last album together as a group." This was the previous announcement given by MBK Entertainment. It was also planned that the group will just be finishing their engagements with Boram and Soyeon in Korea and abroad.
Meanwhile, T-ARA's remaining members Qri, Eunjung, Hyomin, and Jiyeon haven't released yet their thoughts about Boram and Soyeon's goodbye. The four are still silent about MBK's statement.