Girls’ Generation kicks off the year with a strong comeback for ‘I Got A Boy’, how will other K-Pop groups match up?
Comeback: January 1
After a 14-month hiatus, Girls' Generation is back on Korean turf as they performed the title track from their latest album, I Got A Boy, for the first time on a comeback special "Romantic Fantasy" which was broadcasted on December 31.
The group's fourth album was preceded by a single titled Dancing Queen, which was followed by the digital release of "I Got A Boy" on January 1, after SM Entertainment uploaded teasers and short video interview clips over the past week. The title track's accompanying music video was published on the same day.
Since releasing "The Boys" in 2011, Girls' Generation has been focusing their career on the Japanese market with new singles and an album, while leader Taeyeon and her two members, Tiffany and Seohyun, set off on their own as sub-unit TaeTiSeo (TTS) last year.
The nine girls made their official comeback stage on popular music program MNET's M!Countdown yesterday, and fan boys (and girls) are expected to go all out to support their idols' much anticipated return.
What we think of their comeback:
While we see how the girls are attempting a varied image, a new direction in music could be what Girls' Generation need to propel to even greater heights.
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