Fans are now waiting for the Girls' Generation reunion, and the girls make them more excited by revealing what they want to try in their new variety show, Soshi Tamtam.
JTBC dropped a new teaser for the Girls' Generation's comeback show, featuring Taeyeon, Sunny, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Sooyoung and YoonA. So, what SONEs, the girls' fandom, are about to see from them this time?
The Girls' Generation Variety Show Teaser
As the spokesperson of the team, Tiffany revealed that some of the things they wanted to try were "hanging out in pairs,” "playing team sports,” "hosting a talk show," and "having a pajama party."
Sooyoung then suggested that they reunite with people from their past, though the rest disagreed, saying it would not be fun.
"It should be a 'Let Girls' Generation be Free' project," Taeyeon intervened, to which Tiffany chimed on and said, "It will have a format similar to 'Infinity Challenge,' 'Shinhwa Broadcast,' and 'SNL,' but Girls' Generation-style."
Sadly, Seohyun wasn't part of the discussion, probably because of her drama schedule, AllKpop noted.
Why Girls' Generation Are Not Fond Of Having Their Own Show?
Despite having an upcoming reality series, Girls' Generation revealed they initially didn't want to do their own show.
"I don't like people forcing you to answer questions. I don't want to do impersonations or talent shows," YoonA explained. "I don't want to do 'idol stuff.' I don't want people to bring up stuff that happened in the past. We have changed since those days."
"Since it is our 15th anniversary, rather than something fake or made up, it would be much more comfortable to just keep it raw," Taeyeon added.
It looks like they’re about to show their natural sides this time in Soshi Tamtam when it finally drops on Tuesday, July 5, at 9 p.m. KST on JTBC.
Girls' Generation 15th Anniversary Reunion
Meanwhile, after five years, Girls' Generation will finally reunite as a full group to release a new album in time for their 15th anniversary after debuting in 2007.
The girls had been teasing their comeback for a while, and SM Entertainment finally confirmed their reunion in May, per CNA Lifestyle.
The company announced that all eight members had started working together for the first time after their sixth studio album, Holiday Night, in 2017.
They would also have several variety show appearances and launch a new reality show.
The group stopped working together after Sooyoung, Seohyun and Tiffany's contracts with SM Entertainment expired and didn't renew after the release of Holiday Night.
Alternatively, the remaining members, Hyoyeon, Sunny, Taeyeon, YoonA and Yuri, continued promoting in the sub-unit Oh! GG. However, they all have solo careers and do promotions of their own.
Girls' Generation originally debuted as a nine-member group and became known as The Nation's Girl Group before the K-pop craze conquered the world. Now, they're ready to show everyone they still have what it takes to dominate the music scene.
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