Girls' Generation's Yoona, Yuri and Taeyeon Greets Fans for Chuseok
By Staff Writer | September 28, 2012 05:38 PM EDT
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The photos posted on Girls' Generation official website included a short message to their fans.
Yoona greeted the fans stating, "Everyone Chuseok is here~ Enjoy a lot of great food with family and rest well. Enjoy the holidays! The weather seems to be chilly, be careful not to catch a cold! Please show us your support as much as you eat songpyun. Here is a photo as a Chuseok gift from Yoongie! Hehehe."
Yuri shared, "SONE~ it's almost Chuseok. Have a good time with your family and friends. Make pretty songpyun and enjoy eating them~ As you see the round moon, remember Yuri's round face, heheh. Hope to see you soon~ ^^"
Taeyeon also added, "Bbuing bbuing. Hi SONE all that I love. I'm wondering how everyone has been lately. We are going and forth traveling overseas as usual doing many things (it's all for you guys. Hehehe) it's been colder, careful not to catch a cold. Enjoy the upcoming Chuseok holiday and have fun! Taenggu is dressed in hanbok as its Chuseok. I hope meet all of you soon. Happy Chuseok~ Love you all SONE ^^"
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