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Girls' Generation remains victorious on TV music shows

2010/11/22 | 1025 views | Permalink | Source

Girls' Generation [SM Entertainment]

Korean female idols Girls' Generation remained victorious once again on televised music programs over the weekend with their latest song "Hoot".

The girls took their third consecutive win on KBS' Friday music show "Music Bank" and reclaimed the No. 1 spot on SBS' Sunday program "Inkigayo", after allowing boy band 2AM to defeat them the previous weekend.

"We want to thank everyone at our agency and our fans and we also want wish member Tiffany a fast recovery so she can take her spot on stage with us", the members of Girls' Generation were quoted as saying in their acceptance speech.

Last week, Tiffany was advised to take a break from group activities for about four weeks after suffering an injury to her left knee.

Composed of other members Taeyeon, Hyoyeon, Sunny, Jessica, Seohyun, Yoona, Yuri (Kwon Yuri) and Sooyoung, Girls' Generation who made their debut in 2007 are known for their hits "Gee", "Genie" and "Run Devil Run".

They have enjoyed a success return to the local music scene with their new song "Hoot" from their third mini-album of the same name, topping numerous online and offline music charts since its release October 25.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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