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[10.12.03] T-ara's Initial Performance Outfits Failed MB's Dress Regulations

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7-member girl group T-ara made their second mini-album comeback performance wearing overlapping stockings.

On the 3rd, T-ara made a comeback on KBS2TV's Music Bank and the initial short shorts that were to be used for their performance was not allowed to be worn by the Music Bank crew. Therefore, T-ara ended up wearing stockings to follow these dress regulations.

T-ara's crew had to rush out quickly to grab another layer of stockings for the girls.

Although all this commotion happened, T-ara was able to deliver a great stage with their tracks 'YaYaYa' and 'Why Are You Like This?'.

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Source: http://news.nate.com/view/20101203n21433

Written by: Lim Joohee

Translated by: Elly @ Diadem

(some bits of the article may be off, but I hope I got most of the gist of it~! ^_^) Weird.

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well I can't seem to picture what their costumes suppose to look like :P

Does anybody have pic of it?(the original costume)

Well if it's the one in the mv then I don't know what's wrong with that.

Anyway nice that our girls are back :P

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I don't understand.. what it means? Which short shorts is short ?? LOL!

I think the power of nine always wear a short shorts.. and many other too.. LOL..

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YAYAYAYAYAYA!! <--- I would say this to the person who made MB's dress regulations.

I'm sure its not that short where by just looking at it, your mouth drops..

so many girl groups have worn those kind of shorts.. guess you can never have perfect fairness in this world. :P

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seriously i want to see mubank yesterday...

but the connection here is so bad....

bet their comeback stage is ddaebak!!!

i really miss them since breaking heart....

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Oh the regulations that apply to all girl groups except SNSD.

Ridiculous.

I totally agree with you on that. Seems like SNSD doesn't get no regulations.

It IS ridiculous!

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What? this doesnt make any sense!

I mean... there are so many girlgroups wearing shorts 0.o

T-ara had so much clothes on that it woudnt matter if they were wearing stockings or not...

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not cool... i'm a soshi fan, but i also really like t-ara as well

when i see SNSD, i see a mixed elements of cuteness, sexiness, and all that jazz but nothing is really defined, but when i see t-ara - they just seem ready to explode powerful sexiness (especially hyomin lol)

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Those regulations are ridiculous, to be honest. And why are they not applied to SNSD too? I mean, I ike the girls but it's unfair to the rest of the girl groups -.- And besides, short shorts are not as bad as they want to make them appear.

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It is totally a mess. How could they do this to T-ara? Perhaps they want to sabotage? Maybe SNSD need shorts to be sexy and other girl groups can't. The producers are being bias. Playing favoritism, eh?

No matter what, T-ara's performance was absolutely daebak!! They looked really cute!! Can't wait for their next stage performance. =D

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I'm guessing it was super short like what Fei in Miss A wore back in the Good Girl Bad Girl days (before new regulations) with thigh-high stockings. And yes that would be totally hot! KBS is the strictest one, so they might still wear them on a different show.

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^ Yeah, if you look closely it's super short.

Besides, Hwayoung and Jiyeon are underage. Don't start pointing fingers at SNSD when all their members are 20+ (in Korean age).

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These new dress codes are more absurd than my school's dress code, at least for me.. Thanks for sharing and translating.

Also, please no hatin' on other groups, It was really uncalled for..

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