Echoing the sentiments of SNSD’s gratitude to their TVXQ sunbaenims on Come to Play, T-ara’s Hyomin has expressed thanks to SNSD for setting out the path for fellow K-pop groups debuting in Japan.
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*Updated with how points work on Music Bank, how many wins the girls have atm, etc.
A bar graph showing the total points various KPOP artists have scored on “KBS Music Bank” since 2008 (when K-Chart began) up to July of this year. By far, SNSD has the most Music Bank K-Chart points in total. The bar graph shows that SNSD’s points are at least double the points artists, such as Big Bang, 2PM, and KARA have scored within the 2 years.
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Although this particular performance was performed in August, the video of the performance by the Chinese orchestra, “Nanyang Polytechnic Chinese Orchestra,” surfaced on Youtube just recently. The orchestra performed a medley of KPOP songs, titled “Hallyu Songs of Fame.”
According to the video’s details, the performance was at the YFEST 2010 in Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore. The performance was arranged by Mr. Tan Kah Yong while the orchestra was conducted by Mr. Mike Chiang.
The “Hallyu Songs of Fame” medley includes many popular KPOP songs and of course, SNSD’s “Gee,” can’t be missing, right? (NO IT CAN NOT!)
Do you think you can guess all the KPOP songs that the orchestra is playing (before you click to see below)?
It’s been reported that Wheesung, a well known R&B artist, will be lending his talents and writing the lyrics for a track on an upcoming SNSD album. This is big news because a) it’s Wheesung! (omgsqueal) and b) it means that SNSD’s next korean album should be out sometime soon, either early next year or late this year if we’re lucky. Continue reading
In commemoration of the above named anniversary,United Girlgroups was formed.
As the name suggested,it is made up of members from various popular modern girl groups,such as SNSD,After School, f(x), 4minute, Miss A, Rainbow, Secret & T-ara.
Representing our 9 girls is none other than Sunny herself!
These representatives had attended an interview section at the special event,check out Sunny’s parts under the cut!
(Is that a word?)
Our birthday girl Sunny is everywhere these days. Everybody is falling for her charms.
…No, seriously. This girl is like, everybody’s lover on Invincible Youth.
Yes that’s right, KISSING YOU is back! So many unhappy posts (yuri being diagnosed w/swine flu, mnet fued, etc)… we definitely need some pepping!
As some of you may know from this past >>post<< I’ve been watching God of Study and have become a huge fan of T-ara’s Jiyeon due to her stellar song: rolling. In the last episode, she does a cover of… OUR GIRL’S KISSING YOU! Check it out :)~! It’s pretty nice how they did some fan service to SNSD… though you’d think they would broadcast more t-ara’s songs.
Anyways, check out the clip here:
Credits: Thanks SangHeaK @ youtube!
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So I watched Ellie’s vlog about how ‘SNSD should be 4 not 9‘. I love Ellie and her K-pop vlog, as Cindy said, she always has interesting take on K-pop — this one is no exception. I obviously love all the nine girls as one group, but even I once thought about how… ridiculous, for lack of better words, it was for having nine girls on one group. I mean, really, nine girls. Back then, all I can imagine was cat-fights, lots of it.
Ellie said about making a smaller group, actually that was SM Entertainment initial plan. On Ya Shim Man Man, Sooyoung revealed how they were supposed to debut under smaller group, but under a collective group of some sort — namely Yeoja Danchae. I guess it’s like how 2AM and 2PM are under OneDay. Or rather, like how Super Junior has sub-units of Super Junior-M, Super Junior-Happy, Super Junior-T, and Super Junior-KRY.
I don’t know why SM changed the plan and stick to one large group of nine girls. People might say how SNSD would do better if they’re a smaller group and what not. But I have to disagree. I think one of their main charms is that they have nine members, with nine distinct charms and personalities ♥. Plus, it’s not like SM put nine random girl-trainees into the group… these girls went through a lot of audition and performed in a lot of showcases to be a part of So Nyuh Shi Dae.
You guys might have heard how some celebrities said that they were supposed to be in SNSD. The most notable ones are prolly actress Lee Yeon-hee and girl-group member Park So-yeon of T-ara. Well, for Yeonhee and Soyeon’s case, apparently they really were a part of SNSD, sort of. I read this post about SNSD’s roster history at SSF awhile ago, and I think today would be a nice time to look back at how SM Ent came up with the final line up of nine girls. ((SNSD’s Roster History …))