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Mixed Reactions on 'Genie'

2009/06/27 | 7295 views | Permalink | Source

Girls' Generation's new song, "Genie", drew mixed reactions after the girl group unveiled the song for the first time at Music Bank of KBS-TV Friday evening.

The members of Girls' Generation, attired in marine uniforms, danced, making big leg movements.

Many Internet users reacted positively to the song, saying it was unique, charming and nice. But some other Internet users downplayed the new song, alleging that it was made in a hurry.

"Genie" ranks first in various online music charts. Girls' Generation plans to release its new mini album containing the flagship song and five other songs Monday.

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, Choi Soo-young, Seohyun, Taeyeon, Jessica and Sunny.

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