What Does the United States Think of Girls' Generation?
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With a buoyant efficiency on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" and a guest appearance on "LIVE! With Kelly!" earlier this week, K-Pop feeling Girls' Generation have begun barnstorming their following target audience – the United States.
"Just saw a bunch of actually truly hot Asian chicks on Letterman," tweeted one audience. "I'm not sure who those ladies are on Letterman but I think I'm a fan," tweeted another.
The Korean media likewise made much of the fact that Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe said on "LIVE! With Kelly!" that he has a Girls' Generation CD in his possession, despite the reality that he stated he has not listened to it yet.
So what will the mainstream U.S. audience make of Girls' Generation? Korea Tourism Organization, for one, are counting on K-Pop to bring even more visitors to Korea and have actually worked with the ladies as honorary ambassadors.
We asked fans in the world's largest consumer music market to preview the band's latest video, "The Boys."
Girl's Generation I Got A Boy
Ladies' Generation always causes a sensation with their songs and dance steps all over the world, and they are lastly back! They transformed into complimentary hip hop artists for their 4th studio cd I Got a Boy, so let's discover more about them right this min.
Ladies' Generation went back to the K-pop scene with 'I Got a Boy' after taking a break for a year and two months considering that 'The Boys.' They shed off their bright and bubbly image and made a full transformation into effective b-girls. They revealed a various side of themselves through the video for the title track and have been wowing the audience ever before considering that its release.
'I Got a Boy' swept various charts at home and abroad instantly after it was launched online. It ranked No. 1 on Billboard's world album chart and K-pop Hot 100, proving that the Girls' Generation craze is taking control of the world nowadays.
Girls' Generation presented the audience with a brand-new music category called the Bohemian rhapsody with this song, and they amazed everyone with their distinct yet fine-tuned styles and powerful team dance steps.
The song 'Dancing Queen' had actually been pre-released prior to the release date of the entire cd, and it was a remake version off Duffy's 'Mercy.' The tune was recorded 4 years ago and the music video likewise