Lyrics are beautiful. Like a poem, they are a form of art conveyed through words. As a Sone, after you begin listening to a few of SNSD’s ballads, you come to realize that they are often sung not only as “ear candy”, but they also carry deeper meanings. When a girl sings her line, they are not simply uttering a sentence or a string of words. No, if that was the case, they wouldn’t have cried during performances of various songs. The words they sing carry meaning and emotions that can only come from the heart. Continue reading
Following in the footsteps of her unnies, our precious maknae Seohyun has posted a selca of herself traveling on an airplane:
Looking fresh and pure,
where she was going is anyone’s guess… Now that Seobaby has joined the selca craze, who’s next? Hyoyeon, Sunny and Yoona, get those cameras out!
EDIT: It has been pointed out that this photo was most likely taken whilst Seohyun was travelling to Phuket with the other girls’, in order to film the AAGG DVD, last year.
I pulled out my copy just to make sure and on page, wait the thing doesn’t have page numbers grrr.. Anyway, within the first couple of pages (the airport section) other photos of Seohyun on a plane wearing the same top can be seen.
In conclusion, this post is fail. My apologies. Still nice to see a picture of Seohyun though, new or old.
+ Added a MUST READ fan account from one of our blog readers!
+ Quotes from the girls’ during the concert
+ 2 more fancams and new pictures of the K-SONEs events – bottom of post
Over the course of last weekend, our Girls’ Generation held what can only be described as a hugely SUCCESSFUL opening to their second Asian tour!
Within mere days of finishing their first ever Japanese tour, the girls’ rocked the stage once again to crowds of more than 10,000 people over two big nights, at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul. More over, the concerts were made even more special by the fact that among the domestic audience, were Soshi fans from all over the world, representing nations such as: the United States, Singapore, Japan, China, Taiwan and parts of Europe – indication that Girls’ Generation has indeed gone global:
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