Girls' Generation (SNSD) Releases Japan Version of 'Oh!' MV!
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:13 AM EDT
Japan broadcast FNN stated, "Girls' Generation has released a music video with a cheerleader concept today. The song ‘Oh!’ was a hit in Korea and they have decided to make a Japan version for their fans here."
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The members wore baseball jackets and shorts for a simple yet cute image.
The Japanese version of the song is all in Japanese except for the "Oppa I love you" part, which is left in Korean.
Girls Generation will begin their Japan activities around the end of September with their Japanese version of "Oh!"
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