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Girls' Generation (SNSD) Releases Japan Version of 'Oh!' MV!

By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:13 AM EDT

Girls' Generation (SNSD) Releases Japan Version of 'Oh!' MV!
Girls' Generation (SNSD) Releases Japan Version of 'Oh!' MV! (Photo : d)

Girl group Girls' Generation has released their Japanese version music video for their song, "Oh!" The music video is a cheerleader concept and their beauty caught much attention.

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!"

PHOTO SLIDE SHOW Girls' Generation(SNSD) Japan 5th Album Song "Oh" Music Video Capture [70PHOTOS] 


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