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Girls' Generation Shows Teaser Video

2009/06/20 Source

Girls' Generation, one of South Korea's top pop groups, has unveiled a teaser video ahead of its comeback next week with its new album.

The video, which was seen on the girl group's Web site (Open the link), showed its nine members attired in navy uniforms with part of their new song, tentatively named "Tell Me Your Wish", made public.

Girls' Generation, often called "Girls' Generation", will first introduce the song during "Music Bank" on KBS-TV scheduled for June 26. The group will also resume its full-blown activities by appearing in other music programs on SBS, MBC and other cable broadcasters.

Girls' Generation shook the local music world with its spectacular success in the first half of this year with "Gee".

"Gee" ranked first for the ninth consecutive week at "Music Bank" while sweeping album sales, downloads and mobiles in the first half.

SM Entertainment, the group's agent, said the new album will display refined and accomplished songs peculiar to the girl band.

Girls' Generation has been shining in the local music market since its debut in 2007 with a string of success: "Into the World", "Girls' Generation", "Kissing You", "Baby Baby", and "Gee".

Its members include Yoona, Tiffany, Yuri (Kwon Yuri), Hyoyeon, Sooyoung, Seohyun, Taeyeon, Jessica and Sunny.

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