TaeTiSeo (SNSD) Takes Home 12 Trophies
By Staff Writer | May 31, 2012 07:28 PM EDT
TaeTiSeo has swept the 1st place on SBS ‘Inkigayo’ for 3 weeks, KBS ‘Music Bank’ for 3 weeks, Mnet ‘M! Countdown’ for 3 weeks, and MBC ‘Show Champion’ for 3 weeks. There has been many unit groups until now, but TaeTiSeo is the very first to achieve the triple crown on all the broadcasts' music programs. Further, TaeTiSeo is planning to end their promotions of ‘Twinkle’ on June 3's SBS ‘Inkigayo.’
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‘Twinkle,’ released on April 30, has maintained its rank at top 3 on ‘Melon,’ a popular Korean music site.
While promoting ‘Twinkle,’ TaeTiSeo has been able to show their singing abilities that they were not able to show as Girls' Generation. A rep at SM Entertainment stated, "TaeTiSeo was recognized and was able to have a long run with 'Twinkle' because the music, choreography, and visual concept of the song was all well-organized to complement one another."
TaeTiSeo shared, "As TaeTiSeo, we focused on our singing rather than the charismatic choreography which we focused on more as Girls' Generation," and they added, "The staff at SM actively supported us and the other members playfully got jealous of us."
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