Girls' Generation (SNSD)-Wonder Girls, Battle at Yeosu Expo
By Staff Writer | July 10, 2012 11:52 AM EDT
Two top star girl groups will be attending the Expo Pop Festival.
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Girls' Generation beat Japan top star group KAT-TUN and placed 1st on the Oricon Charts. They have also beat BoA on the billboard chart ranking number 126, making them famous not only in Korea but all over the world.
Girls' Generation has also been the first group in Korea to have their own stamps made for the public to purchase.
Wonder Girls have been performing in the U.S. and have released an album in Japan as well. They are also popular with their make-up commercials, making them famous worldwide. Their newest song, "Like This" also ranked number 1 on the Billboard K-Pop Charts.
They have also ranked number 1 on music programs for 2 weeks straight as well as on online charts such as Melon, Mnet and Soribada.
These two top star groups will be performing at the Expo Pop Festival and is gaining much atentionf rom all over the world.
The Expo Pop Festival will be free to the public and will have over 50 performances until closing.
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