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Girls' Generation's (SNSD) Yuri and Tiffany Release Their LG Cinema 3D TV CF!

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 08:50 PM EDT

SNSD Yuri Tiffany
(Photo : SNSD Yuri Tiffany)

As it been seen within the last few months, SNSD has been the main face of LG Electronics Korea.


Today, a new CF (commercial film) has been released featuring Yuri and Tiffany. In the commercial, Yuri struggles to type in "Yoona's Drama Bag" with the smart TV search to find a specific bag Yoona uses in her drama. However, the remote control is too slow to respond and type. Tiffany then comes in and suggests the new LG TV remote control and television for better and faster results. She shows off the new specs of what the LG remote can do. In this case, a voice search in which you can speak into the remote to help you search for results.

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Many internet users have commented on the commercial saying, "I don't want the tv, I want SNSD!", "Does YulTi (Yuri and Tiffany) come with the TV?" showing the power of what SNSD can do.

What do you guys think of the commercial? Does Tiffany and Yuri also convince you on buying the new remote and television?

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Tagged :  SNSD, Girls Generation, Tiffany, Yuri, K-Pop

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