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Girls' Generation (SNSD) to Focus on Japan Promotions until End of this Year

By Staff Writer | November 05, 2012 10:16 AM EST

Girls' Generation (SNSD) to Focus on Japan Promotions until End of this Year
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Girls' Generation does not have any plans to promote in Korea for the rest of this year.

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Girls' Generation will be releasing their 6th Japan single, FLOWER POWER, on November 21 and also plans to release another album on November 28. Due to their busy Japan schedule, they plan on promoting in Japan until the end of this year.

They have been working on their comeback in Korea as well. During their free time in between their Japan schedule, they have been recording and working on their new album for Korea. Although the date is not confirmed yet, they plan on releasing it after the album has been completed.

The members are also busy with their solo activities as well. Sooyoung is an MC as well as acts in a drama. Jessica is currently doing a musical. Hyoyeon is busy with TV show appearances.

Tagged :  Girls Generation, Flower Power, Japan

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