SNSD and Wonder Girls Displays Fluent English Skill Before Fans Worldwide
By Staff Writer | May 22, 2012 03:10 AM EDT
Wonder Girls and Girls’ Generation displayed an excellent stage manner in front of an American audience.
Girls’ Generation and Wonder Girls showed their excellent English skills that they have improved till now as the members freely communicated with fans through ‘MBC Korean Music Wave in Google’ concert before a crowd of 22,000 fans in addition to worldwide K-Pop fans viewing through YouTube.
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Both groups are leading K-Pop girl group and are familiar with US fans as both groups have held several performances in the past and are frequently introduced through US mainstream media.
Girls’ Generation member Tiffany, Jessica, and Sooyoung shared their excitement of being on stage during their brief introduction. Sooyoung shared, “Maybe it’s because all the top K-Pop stars are here today but the crowd is amazing tonight.” Especially Jessica couldn’t hide her excitement being back in her hometown where she was born and raised.
Wonder Girls’ stage manner was even more memorable. The girls have already proven their English skills through their American movie ‘The Wonder Girls’ this day before performing ‘No Body’ introduced the choreography of the song which received the loudest response from the audience.
It was an important opportunity that was used well by the both girl groups that are leading the hallyu wave beyond Asia to enter the US mainstream market.
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