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Girls' Generation (SNSD) Releases "Oh!" Japanese Dance Version MV and Teaser for Complete Video Collection

By Staff Writer | September 19, 2012 05:18 PM EDT

Girl group Girls' Generation has just released their dance verso for their "Oh!" Japanese music video. This video contains fun dance moves instead of just their faces. The dance choreography is perfect in that all the girls' steps are right on time with the music. The video also showcases different back drop scenes such as a stadium and the locker room.

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They have also released a teaser video online of their new Girls' Generation Complete Video Collection. This collection will be available on DVD and Blu-ray.

The single will contain two songs which are the Japanese version of "Oh!" and "All My Love is for You." The Complete Video Collection will feature 26 of their music videos.

The single and the video collection will be released on September 26.



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