Girls’ Generation, one of South Korea’s top pop groups, will make a comeback with a new album on June 25.
SM Entertainment, the group’s agent, said Girls’ Generation, often called SNSD, will try to dominate the local pop scene with its second album for the rest of the year following its spectacular success in the first half of this year with “Gee.”
“Gee” ranked first for the ninth consecutive week at “Music Bank,” KBS-TV’s music program, while sweeping album sales, downloads and mobiles in the first half.
SM Entertainment said the second album will display refined and accomplished songs peculiar to the nine-member 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, Hyoyeon, Sooyoung, Seohyun, Taeyeon, Jessica and Sunny. (Korea Times)