From their first album “Girls’ Generation” to the recent Japanese album “Oh”, our girls have certainly gone quite a long wondrous journey! They have all grown in their own way, whether it’d be in character or image. Just how much did they transform? See for yourself in this compilation of SNSD’s concepts from 2007 – 2012 below! Anyone counted? 18 as an entire group –that’d be 19 counting the sub-unit TaeTiSeo!
Just the day after SM Town 2012 in Anaheim, SNSD have moved from SoCal to visit the Northern region of California to perform at a free concert hosted by MBC along with many other Kpop artists such as DBSK, Super Junior, Wonder Girls, Kara, BEAST,MBLAQ, SISTAR and f(x).
MBC is kind enough to stream the concert live via youtube and for those who missed out on SM Town yesterday, here’s a chance to witness SNSD today even if you’re not there.
Live stream start at 7pm which is right now so happy streaming!
Girls’ Generation was acknowledged for their overwhelming success in the LA Times newspaper! The newspaper article highlights the ever-growing popularity of our girls in both Korea and the US, and provides an analysis of their song “The Boys”. As well, it shares a hilarious story of Tiffany’s reaction upon hearing the news that they would perform at the Late Show. The writer–shall I say–foretells the crossover of Kpop into American culture. You can find the article here.
Well, all I can say in response is,
Jigeumeun So Nyuh Shi Dae, Apeurodo So Nyuh Shi Dae, Yongwonhi So Nyuh Shi Dae!
Some say wishes are futile. They say that a wish is a waste of time, something that is beyond our grasps, a dish feasted upon by the weak and the poor. A wish is nothing more than a farfetched idea that is manipulated inside our dreams and lived out in our imagination. It’s easy to believe this when life catches up and swamps us with an unbearable workload of troubles, stress and sleepless nights. Sometimes, when the worst storms hits, a wish is all a person has left. It’s that tiny glimmer of hope that forces them to hold on and persevere, no matter how unfavorable the odds may seem.