SNSD’s Sooyoung, Sunny and Jessica were recently guests on the November 13th and 20th episodes of ‘1000 song challenge‘. The show has been home to countless precious soshi moments, from singing Kpop oldies to dancing with cat paws… and these episodes were definitely no exception.
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If only i hadn’t gone to the gym that morning… i’d have caught this on TV. :(
Kpop has finally penetrated the land of the Koala and Kangaroo! :D As you can see, the recent Kpop festival in Sydney was featured on Australia’s most popular breakfast show, Channel 7’s Sunrise. The report showed a decent amount of SNSD’s ‘The Boys’ English MV in addition to clips from other artistes. While SNSD were not interviewed (unfortunately), the reporter did sit down for an interview with SM Town sunbaes, TVXQ. The reporter was actually such a top bloke, even dancing along to SHINee’s ‘Ring Ding Dong’ with several fans. Lastly… “If Britney Spears had been Korean, she would be a Kpop artist.” << THIS. xD
Surrounded by cheering fans, SNSD performed “The Boys” one final time on Inkigayo, the culmination of five weeks of consistently captivating and outstanding performances. They have proven their popularity by dominating the top music programmes in South Korea, taking home Triple Crowns on M!Countdown and Inkigayo, and even winning four times in a row on Music Bank. That popularity, however, is not exclusive to Korea: over the last five weeks, SNSD have travelled to and performed their hit comeback song in America at Madison Square Garden, China, Australia and, of course, their home country. Right now, it’s Global Generation.
Congratulations on all your achievements, ladies!
Source: kimtaeyeon.com, CrazyCarrotNew310
With the Girls scheduled to arrive in Sunny Singapore on the 29th of November for the MAMA 2011 event, and again on the 9th and 10th of December for their first solo concert here, the island nation is slowly, but surely, gearing itself up for Soshi-fever ;). Continue reading
SNSD say goodbye on Music Core with one last performance of ‘the Boys’! Throughout this whole promotion cycle, the girls have worn a variety of outfits, most of them individually stylised for each member. Today, however, SNSD were dressed in homogeneous outfits made up of crisp white dress shirts, black bottoms, and a thin black tie. There’s no denying that our girls would make smexy dudes. Only Inkigayo left to go!