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The nine-member girl-band Girls Generation soared to stardom early this year with its song “Gee.” In an interview that was held June 22, the Girls’ Generation members spoke about how their popularity has changed their lives. All nine of them have been invited to appear on popular variety shows that further boosted their popularity. But there was a downside as well: fatigue from tight schedules. Hyo-yeon says she was surprised to learn that even elderly people recognized her on the street. Parodies of “Gee” were shown on innumerable shows while magazines introduced Girls’ Generation’s fashion and makeup styles.
Youn-a says she saw several photos of Girls’ Generation in a single magazine and that her photo was published in the “Horoscope Stars of the Year” section. In the military, there is even a joke that soldiers who join the army with several autographs of Girls’ Generation members are guaranteed good treatment for two years. The band members say their stylists receive one day off whenever they get their autographs and that they gave their autographs innumerable times to soldiers. They added jokingly that singer Kang Ta, who is currently serving in the military, was happy to get their autograph and is now treated with “all due respect” in the military.
Girls’ Generation, whose song “Gee” topped music charts for nine straight weeks, is now back with their second mini-album entitled “Tell Me Your Wish.” The title song of the album topped Mnet.com and finished second on Cyworld Music just one day after its release on June 22. It is poised to become the group’s sixth hit after “Into The New World,” “Girls’ generation,” “Baby Baby,” “Kissing You” and “Gee.” “Tell Me Your Wish,” which begins with the members chatting about their trip, sends a message of hope to people who are exhausted by mundane life. Unlike “Gee,” which was written as a “hook song” with a repetitive chorus, this song has diverse rhythm patterns and sophisticated sounds.
The album contains songs from diverse genres, such as the ballad duet song “One Year Later” performed by Jessica and Onew of SHINee, the refreshing euro-dance song “Etude,” the retro-style remix of the song “Girlfriend” and the cute song “Boyfriend,” about a girl who has a crush on a boy.
The Girls’ Generation members say they feel pressured to maintain their popularity despite the deluge of girl bands on the K-pop scene, such as 2NE1, After School, Brown-eyed Girls, 4minute and Tiara. Soo-young and Sunny said, “I saw 2NE1 and 4minute performing on stage. Their songs are very exciting and their costumes were gorgeous. I’m worried that our new military-style costumes might look less attractive. We’re pressured to top music charts again after the success of ‘Gee’ and we do want to break our own record.” Soo-young added, “I hope that the lyrics of ‘Tell Me Your Wish’ will become a popular catchphrase among people who need a boost of energy. We’ll stage vigorous performances on stage.”
Before the interview was over, we asked Girls’ Generation about their wishes. Youn-a says her wish is to be healthy and be able to smile happily with her loved ones. Hyo-yeon and Soo-young say they want to meet their significant others and get married, while Yoo-ri says her wish is to see Girls’ Generation remain popular for a long time. The youngest member, Seo-hyun, says she wants to become more mature because she is too dependent now as the only child in her family
Source : KBS
Two stars of “Winter Sonata,” Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo, will be in Japan together this fall. The first-generation hallyu stars will be in the Tokyo Dome to promote “Winter Sonata – Another Story,” a 26-part animation show dubbed with their voices. This is the first time that Bae and Choi will participate in the same event since their drama was broadcast in 2002.
On the following day Bae will also hold a promotional event for his book tentatively titled “The Beauty of Korea.” His representative said that as many as 90 thousand Japanese fans are expected to come to the Tokyo Dome to see Bae over the two-day event. Also the events will be telecast live via satellite feed to local theaters, so those who will not be able to attend the Tokyo Dome events can still see Bae on screen.
The idol band Super Junior will be the only overseas music band to attend the Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan on June 27, according to SM Entertainment. The ceremony marks its 20th anniversary this year and is highly regarded in the Chinese-speaking region. It features top artists from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Super Junior’s third album topped music charts in Taiwan while the choreography for its song “Sorry Sorry” was covered on a variety show. Super Junior was invited to the ceremony for its second time overall. This year the group will also stage a congratulatory performance. The group members said they decided to perform “Sorry Sorry” for their Taiwanese fans to thank them for the song’s popularity.
The Golden Melody Awards will be broadcast live in Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines by Azio TV.
Super Junior will wrap up its 3rd album activities on June 26 after appearing on KBS TV2’s Music Bank.
Five members of the new female group 4minute say that they’re not worried about competing against another recently-debuted girl band 2NE1.
After performing the group’s debut song, “Hot Issue,” in a cable music program, 4minute members said that they admire 2NE1 and it’s an honor for them to stand on the same stage with them. However, they don’t think 2NE1 as their rivals, because their music styles are totally different. The leader of 4minute, Nam Ji-hyun, said that each member of the group has a very distinct personality, which is incorporated into the songs. She told the reporters to look forward to their performances.
4minute made its debut on Thursday’s “M Countdown.” Their network appearance will begin with “Music Bank” on Saturday, followed by “Show! Music Center” on MBC and “Hot Pop Songs” on SBS
The popular boy-band TVXQ has displayed its ticket power yet again. The band has been invited to the 2009 Jingu Firework Festival to be held on August 6 under the auspices of the Nikkan Sports. Some 12,000 fireworks will light up the Jingu Stadium with singers performing live at four stadiums.
TVXQ will perform at the National Stadium, which can accommodate 50,000. Tickets to the concert were sold out on the same day that TVXQ’s participation was officially announced. Some tickets are sold on Internet auction sites. A staff worker said it is unprecedented for tickets to the festival to be sold out immediately, expressing his astonishment at TVXQ’s popularity.
The 2006 Jingu Firework Festival featured BoA and TSZX The Grace. TVXQ is currently holding its concert tour entitled “The Secret Code” and targeting 250,000 viewers.
So-hee and Sun-mi, two teenage members of Wonder Girls, have dropped out of high school to focus on their careers in America. The girls’ representative at JYP Entertainment admitted that the two girls voluntarily left school a while ago. They were both born in 1992.
According to their agency, So-hee and Sun-mi thought long and hard about dropping out of school with their families before making their final decision. They could have stayed in school if they were working only in Korea, but their overseas career necessitated a long absence from school, compelling them to stop their studies.
Meanwhile, Wonder Girls plans to release a single album for the first time in the United States on June 27th. The songs in the album are the English versions of their biggest hits, “Nobody” and “Tell Me.” The girls will also open the concerts for American pop idol Jonas Brothers from June 27 through mid-August. The first regular album of Wonder Girls in America will roll out sometimes in ! September or October of this year.