Articles tagged with: Girls Generation
Korean songs and lyrics: Girls Generation – Oh! Well, the following video may cause you to sing, “Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! oppareul saranghae
Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah! mani mani hae” to random people. (p/s: I like the ending) Girls Generation Vol. 2 – Oh! which was release on 28 January 2010. Girls Generation dominated 2009 with their mega hits Gee and Genie and now they’re setting off a whole new K-pop craze with their second full-length album Vol. 2 – Oh!
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Girls Generation Vol. 2 – Oh! which was release on 28 January 2010. Girls Generation dominated 2009 with their mega hits Gee and Genie and now they’re setting off a whole new K-pop craze with their second full-length album Vol. 2 – Oh! Created by hit songwriter Kenzie, the title dance song is an electro-pop exclamation with sweet lyrics about confessing love. The girls present a variety of song styles in the 12-track album, which includes Boys & Girls featuring SHINee’s Key as well as Gee and Genie…
Korean songs and lyrics: Super Junior and Girls Generation – SEOUL Song. Korea’s Ministry of culture, sports and tourism was serious when they stated that they were in full support of spreading K-pop and Korea to the world! Super Junior and Girls Generation have teamed up to create a song about Seoul, Korea. One of the coolest cities in the world! Don’t forget! You can learn Korean through Korean songs and lyrics too! Check out the song and music video below, doesn’t it make you want to hop on a plane immediately?
The Kim Sisters were arguably the first girl group in the history of Korean popular music. They debuted in their teens in the early 1950s, and were extremely popular among U.S. soldiers stationed in Korea. They played many instruments and danced, and enjoyed substantial success in the United States when they debuted there in 1959. After returning to Korea in 1970, they released a number of hit songs. Hoping to emulate the Kim Sisters’ success, there were many new “sister” groups from the late 1950s…
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Korean Girls Generation Jessica and Yuri in Nylon Korea 2009. Girls Generation Jessica and Yuri posed for in Nylon Korea to promote Mac products (cosmetics). Jessica and Yuri change for Nylon Korea, both of them show off their mature side in the September issue of Nylon Korea. Jessica gives off a soft, feminine mystique, while Yuri exudes a slightly boyish, yet sexy aura.
Girls Generation Jessica and Yuri in Nylon Korea
After Girls Generation’s photo shoot for Elle Girl was released, we get hit with this double dosage of Girls Generation, it’s …
Korean songs – Girls Generation – Tell Me Your Wish ( Genie ) sing by hot Korean girls group So Nyeo Shi Dae. This song is included in their new release album Girls Generation Genie Mini Album which was released on 22 June 2009. After their record-breaking hit dance song Girls Generation Gee, Girls Generation is taking the K-pop world by storm again with their second mini-album of 2009! Follow Emagasia Korean Language Learn Korean in order to sing this song without looking at the romanization lyrics.
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Girls Generation Genie Mini Album was released on 22 June 2009. After setting off a national trend with their record-breaking hit dance song Girls Generation Gee, Girls Generation is taking the K-pop world by storm again with their second mini-album of 2009!
The super-cute girl group has the schedules clear for a red-hot summer comeback with their fast and light title song “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)“, plus five other sweet pop numbers of different styles. This time the group is going with a “marine girl” concept for their album, and …
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Girls Generation HaHaHa Campaign was released on the 14 April 2009 South Korea official HaHaHa campaign site. Girls Generation HaHaHa Campaign video attracted over 3 million views in just 10 days into its release, receiving great popularity amongst netizens. This is Samsung’s second HaHaHa campaign where they hope to encourage people to laugh/smile despite the hard times.
Girls Generation HaHaHa Campaign
At the beginning of last week, the video attracted over 1 million views, and as of the 26 April 2009, it has received more than 3 million views online. There were …