The singer posted several pictures and wrote, “No words can express how I am feeling right now after wrapping up all the activities.”
“I feel like everything is still a dream. I’m so happy to be back as a member of KARA. I was grateful and glad to see that our latest activity reunited many people. I thank everybody who helped us return with MOVE AGAIN.”
“I tried to organize my thoughts over the past few days, but my heart is still contemplating and debating. I want to thank our Kamilia for making it all happen. Everything wouldn’t have come true if it wasn’t for you. Although it was a short time, we were delighted to have met you again. I promise that there will be more to come in the future.”
The star also briefly wrote a message to her late group member, stating, “Hara, the moment you’ve always wanted is finally here. I love you. I miss you a lot.” One of the photos showed Hara’s urn inside a glass cabinet with the group’s new album CD.
Meanwhile, KARA will be starring in a Japanese music program titled MUSIC STATION soon. This marks their first appearance after ten years since they last guest-starred in the music show.