Wednesday, July 27, 2011

110727 Hyoyeon's Maturing Image Receives Attention

Girls' Generation's Hyoyeon is currently receiving attention for her striking appearance at the press conference of the "2011 GIRLS' GENERATION TOUR". The event was held prior to the start of their concert on July 24th that was held at the Seoul Olympic Park Stadium.

Many fans were pleasantly surprised by Girls' Generation's Hyoyeon who appeared at the event in her white lace costume. She glowed with her natural make up and striking blonde hair which allowed her to stand out easily among the members.

She also lightened up the overall atmosphere as she answered questions comfortably and smiled frequently for the cameras. Her maturity was also noticed by fans who praised her

Monday, July 25, 2011

110725 Tiffany Makes a Short Appearance on History Channel's 'South Korea: A Nation to Watch'

Girls' Generation's Tiffany was recently featured on one of History Channel's programs called the "South Korea: A Nation to Watch". Tiffany, who is known as one of the two members who is fluent in English, spoke comfortably about the rising popularity of K-Pop and why fans are so intrigued by it. She cited reasons like the internet who have made both the Korean culture and music industry so globalized in today's society. Girls' Generation's "Run Devil Run" music video was also shown for a few seconds.

Watch the clip below!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

110713 eohyun Chosen as Girl Group Member with Most Likable Face

Recently, an online poll was created with the question "Which girl group member is the most likable and has the best facial proportions?" Girls' Generation Seohyun emerged in first place with 51.9%. She received an overwhelming number of votes with 120 out of the total 231.

The head of Lux Plastic Surgery, Kang Minjun explained that "Seohyun's forehead, nose, chin, cheeks and the rest of her face have natural and ideal facial proportions. This gives off a comfortable and likable image to the public eye."

Girls' Generation's generally well-received image is also one of the

Sunday, July 10, 2011

110710 Parody of Girls’ Generation on Saturday Night Live Japan

On the previous episode of Saturday Night Live Japan which was aired on the 9th of July, a parody of Girls’ Generations’ “Mr Taxi” was revealed. In the video, the male cast of the show was dressed up in full Girls’ Generation attire as they danced along to the Gold-winning single. Donning on wigs, makeup, belly-showing outfits and knee-high socks, the 9 dancers sent the crowd into tears of laughter as they completed their performance with the trademark steering-wheel dance.

Saturday Night Live Japan debuted on Fuji TV on the 4th of June with Akashiya Sanma and Imada Koji as the hosts. The recent episode on the 9th of July was filled with laughter thanks to the parody, and it definitely shows Girls’ Generation’s success in Japan.

Check out the hilarious video below!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

110702 Girls' Generation Win Two Awards at MTV VMAJ

On the 25th of June, Girls' Generation attended the MTV Video Music Aid Japan at Makuhari Messe convention centre, where they performed "Mr. Taxi" and "The Great Escape" on a stage shared by various other popular artists such as SHINee and Lady Gaga. The event was held with hopes of supporting and raising awareness for the Red Cross appeal in light of the recent disaster in Japan.

Today, the much anticipated results for the awards ceremony have been released and broadcasted in multiple countries in Asia such as Malaysia, Singapore and China. Out of the 15 awards,

110702 SM Entertainment's Bans on Sooyoung and Yuri

SM Entertainment's Lee Soo Man has placed a ban on a couple of Girls' Generation members, and it is becoming a hot topic. Cable channel tvN revealed the bans on "enews" on July 1st.

The Girls' Generation members who received the bans are Sooyoung and Yuri. Sooyoung and Yuri were told to refrain from behavior that could damage the elegant and beautiful image that the girls and SM Entertainment have been pushing lately. Sooyoung was told not to do vocal imitations anymore and Yuri was told not to do her special "kkab", or playfulness.

(Editor's Note: Non-Girls' Generation parts omitted.)