Girls' Generation (SNSD) to Appear on Korea's Culture Guidebook!
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 10:10 AM EDT
Girls' Generation will be appearing on South Korea's culture guidebook.
A Korea promotions professional wanted to create an english version of a Korea promotions guidebook and decided to use Girls' Generation as the models. This guidebook contains info about the Korean language, food, culture and others.
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Professor Suh Kyung Duk commented, "K-Pop is all the rage all over the world and I feel that our culture should also be spread to all parts of the world as well."
He continued, "Since Girls' Generation is known as the 'nation's girl group', we are trying to create a guidebook that can act also as a poster so that fans will be able to have a picture of their favorite group but also a brochure about the culture as well."
Girls' Generation's agency, SM Entertainment commented, "With Girls' Generation participating this promotional guidebook, we hope to spread the word about our culture."
They plan to spread this guidebook next week at the Yeosu Expo to foreigners. They also plan to spread the book at the London Olympics.
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