[News] Girls’ Generation TaeTiSeo Are Charming Because…

Girls’ Generation TaeTiSeo Are Charming Because…

The first sub-unit group of Girls’ Generation, TaeTiSeo, or Taeyeon, Tiffany and Seohyun has been gaining attention for the successes achieved by their debut release, “Twinkle.” Since the release of the title track and the mini-album in early May, TaeTiSeo has been ranking on the charts and sweeping the music programs.

With their win on the May 25 episode of KBS “Music Bank,” TaeTiSeo has achieved a “Triple Crown.”

“Thank you for the love you’ve given to our hard work. We are happy to have won your favor,” TaeTiSeo told Star News. “It is because of the love of the fans for all nine Girls’ Generation members that we are able to achieve this.”

According to TaeTiSeo, one of the charms of their current activities as a unit is being able to showcase different styling and fashion. Their look, in colorful dresses, funky but feminine accessories, highlights a different appeal from their usual.

Seohyun said, “I hope TaeTiSeo also gives off a fresh combination. I think it’s also fascinating.”

Taeyeon further said, “Somehow, with nine people, the costumes would be limited to one style that fits all. But with three people, we can try various costumes, too.”

It is the first time since the group, made up of Taeyeon, YoonA, Jessica, Sooyoung, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Tiffany, Sunny and Seohyun debuted with “Into the New World” in 2007 that a sub-group was formed. All through their journey towards being a “national girl group” with hits “Gee,” “Genie,” “Oh,” “Hoot,” and “The Boys” in the last five years, all nine members have always promoted together.

“The support from the other members even though they’re busy is giving us strength,” they said.

Tiffany added, “We always remain nine members. We’re constantly talking, and at the end of each performance, members would cheer for us and send us a message. I feel very grateful. We never fail to receive a message of congratulations from every one each time we win No. 1.”

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[News] Girls’ Generation exceeds 400,000 copies in album sales with ‘The Boys’

Girls’ Generation‘s third studio album, ‘The Boys‘, has passed 400,000 copies in sales!

According to the Gaon Chart, ‘The Boys’ topped its year-end chart at 385,348 copies despite having been released in the second half of the year on October 19th. Since then, they’ve recorded 25,194 additional copies in sales up to April, bringing their grand total to 410,542 copies.

Since Gaon began tracking album sales in 2010, Girls’ Generation is currently the first and only artist to hit the 400,000 mark without having to include repackaged album sales after 2010, which is when Gaon first started to keep track of such records.

Girls’ Generation’s albums across the board are seeing the same additions in sales. ‘Oh!‘ jumped from 197,934 copies to 218,522 copies in a year, ‘Run Devil Run‘ sold 168,998 total copies, and ‘Hoot‘ recorded 180,825 copies up to last year.

As for their latest unit group, Taetiseo, “Twinkle” has hit 604,870 downloads, making them the most downloaded artist on Gaon for the week of May 2nd.

Source + Photos: Gaon Chart
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[News] Girls’ Generation members admit still get nervous when performing on stage

Despite having been in the industry for five long years, the members of Girls’ Generation admitted that they still get stage fright.

While recently filming for an episode of KBS 2TV‘s ‘Happy Together 3‘, the Girls’ Generation members confessed that they sang the lyrics all wrong on all three major music programs back when they were promoting “Hoot“.

Member Jessica revealed that though the girls have stepped onto many stages during their career, but she still gets stage fright. Jessica continued to explain that she gets more nervous for small stages, as opposed to the large-scale performances.

Tiffany, Taeyeon, and Seohyun who recently formed subgroup ‘TaeTiSeo‘ confessed that they too were nervous for their first stage as a separate unit. They conducted an interview as soon as they stepped down from the stage, and it was revealed that Taeyeon’s hands wouldn’t stop shaking. Taeyeon remarked though it’s been 5 years since their debut, they still get very anxious.

Source & Image: Newsen via Nate
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