Girls' Generation's (SNSD) Sooyoung Mistake, "Television" Laughs Shyly After Yoon Do Hyun's Correction

By Staff Writer | June 06, 2012 10:09 PM EDT

Girls' Generation's (SNSD) Sooyoung Mistake, "Television" Laughs Shly After Yoon Do Hyun's Correction
Girls’ Generation member Sooyoung's mistake made the anxiousness of the filming studio die down. (Photo : SBS)

Girls’ Generation member Sooyoung's mistake made the anxiousness of the filming studio die down.

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In SBS 'Midnight TV Entertainment' aired on June 6, Girls' Generation's Sooyoung and Yoon Do Hyun took the roles of MCs for the first time. Their first time filming was done in a pool of anxiousness, but they nevertheless continued without any mistakes being made.

Towards the end of the show, Sooyoung said, "I saw this show all the time only through television...", and Yoon Do Hyun corrected her saying "TV", and laughter filled the studio, making all the anxiousness go away. Sooyoung corrected herself to 'TV' and continued her feelings about her first experience as an MC.'

Photo: SBS

Tagged :  Sooyoung, Girls Generation, SNSD, Midnight TV

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