Girls’ Generation Set To Make Full-Group Comeback In Line With Their 15th Anniversary This August

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Korean sensation Girls’ Generation is reportedly preparing to make their highly-anticipated comeback as a full band.

The group made their K-pop debut in August 2007 with the legendary hit Into The New World, and have since evolved into a powerhouse amongst K-poppers.

Born in an era when K-pop was almost unknown outside of Korea, the group won over fans worldwide with chart-smashing records and singles like Gee, Genie, and Lion Heart.

Gee, which is now 13 years old, remains a popular, vivacious love ballad.

By embarking on world tours and conquering  American news programmes, the group opened the channel for the global K-pop craze and aided the genre’s growth. Alongside girl group Kara, it became the second female K-pop band to hold a concert at Tokyo Dome.

SM Entertainment revealed on May 17 that the girl group will put out an album in August, commemorating their 15th anniversary since their debut back in 2007.

Girls’ Generation’s upcoming album is especially significant because it will mark their first reappearance in five years, announced the publication of their sixth complete album, ‘Holiday Night,’ in August 2017. Furthermore, all eight members of the sensational band will be involved in the forthcoming comeback album, fuelling mass intrigue.

The girl group hasn’t released an album as an eight-piece band in nearly five years, since their sixth album, Holiday Night, was released in August 2017.

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Girls’ Generation will embrace audiences through numerous TV shows as well as their own reality show in addition to the launch of their album.

Soo-young, Seo-hyun, and Tiffany confirmed their resignation from the entertainment agency that year, and Girls’ Generation has not been active as a group thereafter.

The remaining five members of Girls’ Generation-Oh!GG, the band’s second subunit, have reaffirmed their ties with the agency and will resume their careers as Girls’ Generation-Oh!GG.

The label stated that it would reveal more information about the new album, as well as an exact release date, at a later point.

2022 is already proving to have a lot in store for Kpop fans all over the world, following 2NE1’s epic stage-bound reunion just last month at Coachella, joining Blackpink as the only Korean girl group to have ever performed at the renowned music festival.

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