All About Girls Generation (Profile and Photo Gallery)
Group Name : Girls Generation Also known as SNSD (소녀시대, So Nyeo Shi Dae), SoShi (소시), Shōjo Jidai (少女時代), Shàonǚ Shídài, Siu Nui Si Doi
Origin : South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Genres : Dance-pop, teen pop,
Years active : 2007 – present
Labels : South Korea SM Entertainment, Japan Nayutawave Records
Republic of China Avex Taiwan Inc.
Associated acts : SM Town
* Taeyeon (태연) born March 9, 1989 as Kim Tae-Yeon (김태연)
* Jessica (제 시카) born April 18, 1989 as Jessica Jung (제시카 정), Korean name Jung Soo-Yeon (정수연)
* Sunny (써니) born May 15, 1989 as Lee Soon-Kyu (이순규)
* Tiffany (티파니) born August 1, 1989 as Stephanie Hwang (스테파니 황), Korean name Hwang Mi-Young (황미영)
* Hyoyeon (효연) born September 22, 1989 as Kim Hyo-Yeon (김효연)
* Yuri (유리) born December 5, 1989 as Kwon Yu-Ri (권유리)
* Sooyoung (수영) born February 10, 1990 as Choi Soo-Young (최수영)
* Yoona (윤아) born May 30, 1990 as Im Yoon-Ah (임윤아)
* Seo Hyun (서현) born June 28, 1991 as Seo Joo-Hyun(서주현)
Girls’ Generation (hangul: 소녀시대) is a nine-member South Korean girl group formed by SM Entertainment in 2007. The nine members are: Taeyeon, Jessica, Sunny, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Sooyoung, Yoona and Seohyun. They are often referred to as SoShi (소시), or SNSD (mainly outside Korea), the first of which is an abbreviation and the second an acronym of the group’s Korean name So Nyuh Shi Dae. In China, they are known as 少女時代 (Shàonǚ Shídài; or Siu Nui Si Doi in Hong Kong) and in Japan as 少女時代 (Shōjo Jidai).
The group has released two full albums, three mini-albums, and various singles. Their 2009 hit single “Gee” holds the record for being the longest running #1 song on KBS’s Music Bank, having held the #1 chart ranking for 9 consecutive weeks.That year also saw the group winning various awards, including consecutive Artist of the Year (Daesang) awards at the Seoul Music Awards, Golden Disk Awards, Melon Music Awards, and the Korean Cultural Entertainment Awards.
The group began a foray into the Japanese music scene in late 2010, with the Japanese remakes of their 2009 Korean hits “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)” and “Gee”. In Japan they are under the label Nayutawave Records, a part of Universal Music.
* 2007: Girls’ Generation
* 2010: Oh!
* 2009: Gee
* 2009: Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)
* 2010: Hoot
* 2010: The 1st Asia Tour: Into The New World Album
* 2007: The First Single Album (also known as Into the New World)
* 2008: Sweet Memories with Girls’ Generation
* 2008: Heart 2 Heart with Girls’ Generation
* 2010: “Genie”
* 2010: “Gee”
* 2011: “Oh!”
* 2010: Girls in Tokyo (bonus DVD from Girls’ Generation’s first photobook)
* 2010: New Beginning of Girls’ Generation (Japan debut DVD)
* 2007: Kimcheed Radish Cubed (cameo) (Korea)
* 2007: Unstoppable Marriage (cameo) (Korea)
* 2011: SAZAE-San 3 (cameo) (Japan)
* 2007: Girls’ Generation Goes to School
* 2007: MTV Girls’ Generation
* 2008: Factory Girl
* 2009: Girls’ Generation’s Horror Movie Factory
* 2009: Himnae-ra-him!/Cheer Up!
* 2009: Girls’ Generation’s Hello Baby
* 2010: Right Now It’s Girls’ Generation
List of Girls Generation’s Awards
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List of Girls’ Generation’s Endorsements
* 2007 : Elite
* 2008 : Elite, Ellesse, Sunkist Lemonade, Anycall Haptic, viliv PMP, Goobne Chicken.
* 2009 : Goobne Chicken, Dungeon & Fighter, Miero, Banana Milk, Incheon City, Post Granola, Incheon Global Fair Festival, Shinhan Card, Samyang Ramen, Cyon Chocolate, Seoul Public Service, SPAO
* 2010 : Goobne Chicken, Samyang Ramen, SPAO, LG Cyon Maxx, PopCorn, Nintendo DSi, LG Cooky, Domino Pizza, Daum, Samsung PAVV LED TV, Samsung (China)
Photo’s Gallery of Girls Generation
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