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Girls Generation (SNSD) to Release Japanese Single 'Paparazzi' in Korea!

By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 08:50 AM EDT

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Girls Generation's new Japanese single "Paparazzi" will be released for sale in Korea on Thursday!

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Girls' Generation's Japanese single "Paparazzi" which was released in Japan back on June 27th had hit number 1 on Oricon's Daily Chart and thus felt the hot response from their Japanese fans.

The girls worked with famous staff members such as Miles Walker and Tom Coyne of Sterling Sound to produce their new hit dance track.

The single is available in an limited edition (CD + DVD), a regular CD + DVD edition, and a CD-only edition, with the DVD containing the music video for "Paparazzi."

In related news, Girls' Generation on Saturday will be performing for the 'SMTOWN Live World Tour III in Seoul'.

Tagged :  Girls Generation, PAPARAZZI

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