Girls' Generation is Ready to Take on the World, 'K-Pop Representatives'
By Staff Writer | June 11, 2013 10:31 AM EDT
K-Pop's leading girl group Girls' Generation is ready to take on the world with their official world tour.
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On June 8-9, they held their first concert for their world tour in Seoul. They met with 20,000 fans and held a perfect performance.
This is their first concert in Korea after a 2 year hiatus. This concert was special to them as it was their solo concert and the first step towards their long awaited goal of holding a world tour.
Even in the hot weather, thousands of fans showed pup to their concert and showed their love and support.
Girls' Generation sang their hearts out with many of their hit songs as fans sang along and waved their glowsticks in the air.
The fans continued to heat up the concert with each song the group sang with their joyous shouts.
The members of the group stated that they were shocked by the fan's amazing support and stated that they were so lucky to have great fans.
For the entire 3 hours, the group did not stop the energy as they gave their all for the performances.
The group commented, "We will work hard so that the junior artists will be able to follow in our footsteps. We will always continue to strive to be our best on stage."
Girls' Generation will now officially begin their world tour.
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