Samsun will raise people’s energy by using SNSD.

Samsung will feature SNSD in their “Hahaha Campaign”, which started last year, will spread energy and messages of hope to many people.

Samsung staff said, “We decided to have SNSD as the model because they have fans of every age and have a bright image” and “the second campaign serves the same purpose as the first campaign.”
The second “Hahaha Campaign” with SNSD will officially start on the 14th at 3PM. Samsung already posted “another haha will begin soon” on their official “Hahaha Campaign” website, http://www.hahaha4u.co.kr, as well as a teaser to get netizens’ interests.

One netizen said “The Hahaha Campaign with Samsung must be starting again” and “it was a big hit when the hahaha song, DBSK and Kim Yuna video came out but now I’m interested to see how the new campaign will look.”

The “Hahaha Campaign” which started in December of last year is an online campaign to help people get through the hard times. Samsung allowed netizens to download cellphone ringtones, and caller ring versions of the Hahaha song. Samsung will pay for all the fees to receive and send the ringtones.

The campaign has featured figure skater Kim Yuna, writer Lee Wuisoo, and idol group DBSK.

Original: Asiatoday.co.kr
Translated by: dongie@soshified.com/forums


With the Gee picture accompanying this article, I was already hooked even before I knew what it was about. That pic will always remain a favorite for me, and is only icing to what is already a cake of an article.

It’s stuff like this that’s really encouraging to know what SNSD stands for. In the midst of the worst financial crisis the world has bore witness to, with people unemployed more than ever, financial pressures putting strains on people’s very way of life, and the general sentiment of hopelessness that seems to pervarde the air, I’m glad to hear that the girls are helping to reach out to those who need a little pat on the back and a “fighting!” to get them back on track. This definitely tugged at my heartstrings, and as cheesy as it sounds, it’s almost as if they’re trying to reach out to people like myself who aren’t faring so hot in this economy. With songs like “Himnae!” (Be Strong! or Way To Go!, however you translate it) and collaborations like this, the girls once again failed to dissapoint to put a smile on my face once more, and made me appreciate the the girls even more. Really looking forward to phase 2 of the Hahaha campaign!