Dara talks about her experience of Japan’s earthquake


The sad news that everyone heard about Japan’s earthquake and then the tsunami, it affected everyone.

2ne1’s members attended the Japan earthquake on March 12th. Dara was at the hotel at that time. It was reported that she was getting ready for her fan signing at the hotel.

She said:

“At the time of the earthquake, we were on the 34th floor of our hotel dorm in Tokyo. Maybe it’s because we were higher up, but things shook a lot more severely, which surprised us all. I thought my body was going to fly out. Even during the plane ride home, I couldn’t calm myself, and thinking about it now still scares me.

After the shaking stopped, we walked from the 34th floor all the way down to the first and relocated to a safer location. There were many things to worry about, including our Japanese fans that were waiting for us in front of the hotel during the time of the actual earthquake.

All of us were very shocked, but we were more worried for the safety of the Japanese people. I genuinely hope that everyone made it out of the disaster safely and that it doesn’t become magnified”

Every member of 2ne1 is safe now, and all of them are in Seoul, Korea.

Let’s all pray for Japan. Whoever lost a family member or a really dear friend lets pray for them. They really need our help now. This crisis was worse of what happened to Japan in World War I. So whoever lost a really close person to them, Popseoul staff says sorry and may god be with you.

source: popseoul

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One response to “Dara talks about her experience of Japan’s earthquake

  1. Now I’m first! XD

    Can’t really imagine how terrifying it is at 34th floor of that hotel during earthquake. Although in Japan buildings seldom collapse during earthquake because of the materials they use in the structure.

    What is much more fatal is the tsunami that is expected to follow. That’s why for safety purpose it is advisable to avoid places located near the shore right after an earthquake. But the death toll, which could be more than 1,000 body counts, shows that a lot of people didn’t have the time to prepare.

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