Girls’ Generation has graced the K-Pop scene for a strong 10 years! With the release of their newest come back tracks “Holiday” and “All Night” off of their studio album ‘Holiday Night,’ fans are in love with the girls all over again. However, let us reminisce alongside the girls and enjoy their top 10 MVs and songs over the past 10 years!
2007 – “Into The New World”
No one can forget their debut song! It was filled with so much charisma and power and is one of the most unforgettable debuts in K-Pop.
“Baby Baby” is a real hidden gem in the legacy of Girls’ Generation. It contains a raw, angelic, premature feeling ad was right before Girls’ Generation’s breakthrough song which comes next on our list!
“Gee, Gee, Gee, Gee – Baby~ Baby!” This song was the definition of K-Pop and still is til this day! The song was originally the most watched YouTube video before PSY’s “Gangnam Style.”
Girls’ Generation kept the hits coming with “Oh” in 2010! The cheerful, sporty girl concept and sexy dance moves had successfully captured everyone’s attention and solidified their place on the map!
The girls not only made waves in Korea, they also became international sensations as they made their debut in Japan with “Mr. Taxi.”
“The Boys” was another attention-grabbing hit as the girls also released an English version of this song. They also came to the states to perform on late night talk shows.
2013 – “Galaxy Supernova”
The girls wowed us with their futuristic concept as they took over Japan with “Galaxy Supernova.” They released many Japanese tracks during 2013, which made them score high on the Oricon Charts.
Girls’ Generation’s fourth Korean EP, “Mr.Mr,” was released in February 2014. The EP was the 5th highest-selling album of 2014 in South Korea, with 163,209 copies sold by the end of the year. In the United States, the EP debuted at number 110 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 3,000 copies.
2015 – “Catch Me If You Can”
Although it marked a sad turning point in Girls’ Genertion’s history as member Jessica was removed from the group, the 8 girls remained united, moved forward and continued to impress us all with “Catch Me If You Can.”
Although the group was on hiatus for some time, “Sailing” was a fun single that was released and actually composed by member Sooyoung. It is a song dedicated to their fans.
As expected, their ‘Holiday Night’ album must make an appearane! Their recent come back with “All Night” and “Holiday” will have you singing the summer nights away~
Which song was your favorite over the years? Let us know in the comments down below!