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Girls' Generation Taeyeon-Tiffany-Sunny Chosen to Perform at LA Dodgers Game

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2013 01:15 AM EDT

Girls' Generation Taeyeon-Tiffany-Sunny Chosen to Perform at LA Dodgers Game
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Popular girl group Girls' Generation members Taeyeon, Tiffany and Sunny have been chosen to perform at the LA Dodgers 'Korean Day' event. They will be throwing a pitch as well as sing the national anthem.

These three members will attend the game on July 28 and perform as part of the 'Korea Day' event held at the game.

After the game, they will attend the ceremony along with baseball player Ryu Hyun Jin. This ceremony is to help spread the culture of Korea.

Previously, Tiffany had thrown a pitch in May at the LA Dodgers game as well. This will be her second time visiting the team.

This game will have players Ryu Hyun Jin and Choo Shin Soo battle each other on rival teams. 

Tagged :  Girls Generation, Taeyeon, Tiffany, Sunny

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