The next person i wanna hear leaving SM is the CEO.
The next person i wanna hear leaving SM is the CEO.
The adventures of Trolling Sica and the
kidleader Kim Taeyeon. ♢
Oh how I had to restrict myself and hold back so much. Damn. I’m too deep into this shit.
Sorry my dear. I understand how much you are pushing me away so I kept away.
Netizens have started to switch sides. Previously when the news broke about Jessica leaving Girls’ Generation, a lot of fans were saying it wasn’t SM’s fault “This Time”, that Jessica was leaving, and that it was mutual. But Jessica’s recent statement seems to tell a different story, of her being “Forced” out. Netizens have started a petition…
The group Girls’ Generation went through many changes before arriving at the current lineup. Several girls passed him but did not get to debut. Those who remained steadfast spent several difficulties, some even thought about quitting. But it all paid off in 2007, which was ai know our precious nine angels. Not five, four, two, one hundred girls. Are 9, and Girls’ Generation can only be called so if you have 9 girls. Seven years are not 7 days. During this long period of a job, they have won several awards, matured, gained much more recognition than expected for their work, worked hard, played shows outside Korea and etc. The met four years ago, others clung to them all. They made a huge difference in my life. I learned a lot from them, and funny that neither the know! I’m a fan of them is not just because they sing and dance well, but for each one, which despite being entirely different end, an inexplicable manner, personality coming together very well. Despite all the fame in Korea and several other countries, they remain humble and caring about the fans. These are just a few reasons why I love them so much.
SoShis and Sones are a family. We will not let them take a piece of us, it hurts too much …
Forever 9 angels.
reasons that keep us smile.
“No doubt about their performance, but what was more impressive was SNSD’s attitudes. Other artists I have worked with them for long time but for SNSD when I first met them they were already top stars. And I worried that they might not hide the vagaries of their moods at the set and make the shooting difficult. But instead they were so courteous and innocently cheerful.” - Jang Jaehyuk, the director of Tell Me Your Wish MV (he wrote a staff account)
Understanding Girls’ Generation,
Finding Strength in Unity: An analysis.
August 5th 2007. A new era emerged, as a beautiful generation came to existence.
It’s almost too difficult now to comprehend just how far these nine girls have come over the years. Their journey did not have an idealistic start nor was it smooth sailing. In fact, their rookie days were filled with much tears, undeserved criticisms and adversities. They were all they had. People doubted them. Misunderstood them. Claimed they were a mistake. And even labelled them as a group that won’t even last for three months. However, instead of dwelling in these negativity, these girls depicted a strong front, enforcing an identity of integrity and coherence. Whole and undivided. United through thick and thin. They are their greatest strength. Their dedication and devotion to the group, and to one another, is the essence to the foundation of their teamwork. “Talent and charisma can take you to the top, but only character can keep you there.”
Girls’ Generation is a rare case. The group was established with nine members, a number almost too great in a musical group at that time. Ever since the beginning, they were a group who went against the norm. The members’ personalities were so diverse to one another. Even so, each nine personality stood out, having their own individual charms which complimented each other. However, what differentiates Girls’ Generation to other groups is that despite their differences, and the hardships they faced along the way, they cherished and valued each other. Each member’s weaknesses were concealed with another’s strength. ”That’s why we’re Girls’ Generation, we make up for each other’s weaknesses.” - Sooyoung.
2008 was undoubtedly the hardest year for the girls, for many reasons. But just how significant was 2008 to Girls’ Generation? Vital. There were heartbreaking events, disappointments and doubts. It is somewhat bittersweet though, as these tearful events are the foundation that paved the successes of Girls’ Generation. It is in these dark moments, when the pink lights symbolically shine brightest. The girls spent much of the year in hiatus, focusing on individual activities. Many instances challenged their teamwork. Some drifted apart, others misunderstood each other. However, those times of austerity illustrated to them the vital significance of each and every member. Not once did they lose faith in one another. They held each other’s hands throughout every difficulties, tackling each obstacle with a myriad of faith and trust in one another.
This, is the SoShi Bond.
A comeback after 9 months hiatus was crucial to the future of Girls’ Generation. Gee could have been the song that ended Girls’ Generation. Even Taeyeon was initially skeptical of the song. But no. It became a historic feat. It was their breakthrough. Gee saw the rise of their popularity, solidifying their identity as the nation’s representative girl group. The joyfully-infectious song gave hope to people, creating a syndrome to the rest of Asia and even paving the way into creating a global generation. Their historic achievements over the years proved their powerhouse caliber, evoking their unrivaled status in the music industry. Question is, was Gee the factor that started Girls’ Generation? No. The successes of Gee was a by-product of many factors. Most significantly, the SoShi Bond.
9 months hiatus. 9 consecutive wins. 9 weeks. 9 members. 9 trophies.
It may all sound like a coincidence. But truth is, these feats proved the significance of the Power of 9. Without one member, what is 9? Each of their distinctive qualities are the backbone to Girls’ Generation as a whole. As a body cannot function without its vital organs, without one member, the dynamics of Girls’ Generation as we see today, will be different. What good is an orchestra without a maestro? Or. What good is a soccer team without a goal-keeper? Or. What good is a car without fuel? Their diversity fuels different aspects of the group. Without one member, the Girls’ Generation we know and love today, would not exist. It began with nine, and forever will continue to be nine. Nothing more. Nothing less. Just nine. As one.
Girls’ Generation is not merely a name. However, more significantly, it is a generation that brings hope. A generation that radiates joy. A generation that enforces trust. A generation that exemplifies diligence. A generation that illustrates humbleness. A generation that encapsulates everlasting friendship. And above all, a generation that marked the significance of unity.
Even after four years, always continue to leap even higher.
Right now. From now on. Forever. It’s Girls’ Generation.
You can take Jessica from SNSD, but you can’t take SNSD from Jessica.
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