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-- Girls′ Generation (SNSD)′s Hyoyeon, who recently transformed into an author with the release of her book HYO STYLE, revealed she wants to get married at age 30. Hyoyeon is currently 27 years old.
In HYO STYLE, Hyoyeon talks about fashion, beauty, style and love. She writes, "Before, I wanted to experience everything with a child of my own, so I wanted to get married early. But now, I want to get married after I have accomplished the things I want to do to a certain degree. Even so, I want to get married at 30. Because I know I will live happily."
She continues, "While living in a dorm, my perception of married life has become more realistic. But because I′ve experienced these things at least once now while living in a dorm, I′ll be better at in when I′m married."
On her ideal type, Hyoyeon says, "When I was younger, I liked people whose appearance matched my taste. Now, I think humanity is more important. I like people who are overflowing with humanity and can get along with the people around me."
Hyoyeon also reveals that she can count with one hand how many people she dated and loved up until now. However, she also says that she still isn′t sure what love is.
HYO STYLE is a book not only about Hyoyeon′s fashion style, but her life, beauty and everything related. Hyoyeon met with reporters at a book release event, held at a cafe in Seoul′s Seongsu-dong on July 1, where she said, "It′s a book about my style. Have fun reading it." Hyoyeon will begin promotions with SNSD on July 7.
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Shinhwa′s Lee Min Woo and Girls′ Generation (SNSD)′s Hyoyeon and Yuri will be joining Mnet′s dance survival show Dancing 9 as team ′masters,′ according to a rep from the show.
"They plan to show how they communicate with the public through dance as K-Pop dance masters," the rep added.
Lee Min Woo has shown in his long career as a member of top idol group Shinhwa his undying skills in dance, while Hyoyeon and Yuri have also boasted their skills across the world.
Through overseas performances and promotions, Shinhwa and SNSD have both proved that dance is truly a language that can be spoken anywhere in the world.
The masters are expected to channel their experience onstage to the contestants of Dancing 9.
Lee Min Woo commented, "I′ve felt through my 15 years of promotions with Shinhwa and after meeting with music fans from around the world, that dance is a genre that goes beyond not only language but also all such barriers like age and gender. I agreed with the aim of the show, and immediately took up the offer when it came."
"As a person who loves dance, I′m looking forward to meeting many different people taking up new challenges for dance. I′m very excited," he added.
Hyoyeon and Yuri also said, "We saw how people around the world can become one through dance as we performed across Asia and Europe. We know how powerful dance can be. We want to share our experiences and know-how in fashion, trends, performances and teamwork with the contestants of Dancing 9. We′ll work hard to be a real help to those who want to be stars through dance."
Chief producer Kim Yong Bum of Dancing 9 said, "Shinhwa′s Lee Min Woo and SNSD′s Hyoyeon and Yuri are all dancers and singers who have recently been gaining even more in popularity. Lee Min Woo is looked up to by his juniors, as he has produced many routines as 1st generation group Shinhwa′s choreographer and he′s also shown his skills as a talented producer. SNSD leads global trends as a main player in the global K-Pop boom, making popular not only its dance and song but also its makeup habits and styles."
"Their addition to Dancing 9 will add more liveliness to the show," he added. "You can definitely look forward to it."
All eight masters for Dancing 9 have now been confirmed, with previous confirmations revealing Lee Yong Woo, Park Ji Woo, Park Ji Eun, Woo Hyun Young, Ducky and Poppin J as masters. The masters will be divided into two teams to coach the contestants and basically lead the show.
Dancing 9 picks out the best talents in dance, regardless of genre, and has them compete across nine rounds for a 500 million won prize. It is Korea′s first dance survival show.
The first episode will air on July 20.
Completing their round of comebacks in each show, their last leg was Inkigayo! With track suit sexy looking outfits, they perform Dancing Queen and I Got A Boy! Checkout their performance and interview below!
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Girls Generation, SNSD, Sunny, Seohyun, SM Entertainment
Girls Generation Sunnys Hat Scene to be Fixed, New MV to be RevealedDue to the Girls' GenerationSunny hat crisis, SM Entertainment has decided to fix the inappropriate scene and re-upload the music video.
Recently on an online community board, a post talking about Sunny's inappropriate hat was revealed.
In the music video, a curse word was seen on Sunny's hat. However,Seohyun also wore the same hat, but had the curse words blocked with a star sticker.
An official commented that they will fix the scene and post an edited version of the music video.
Girls Generation, Sunny, Dancing Queen, MV
Girls Generation Sunnys Hat from Dancing Queen MV Gains AttentionGirls' Generation Sunny's hat has created an issue online.
In their recent "Dancing Queen" music video, Sunny is wearing a black baseball cap with curse words written on the front.
Although one of the letters is blacked out with a star symbol, it is clear what the word is.
This shows how popular Girls' Generation has become since Sunny's part in the music video was a mere second and yet people were able to screenshot and post this online.
Because Girls' Generation is a popular group, even small incidents such as this cause a huge crisis.
Although they are famous, they should also be more particular when posting content to the public as well.
SM Entertainment has responded to the minor controversy brought forth by SNSD’s wardrobe choice in its recent music video.
After netizens began voicing their displeasure at theprofanity-laced hat, worn in brief scenes by SNSD’s Sunny in the Dancing Queen music video, SM Entertainment responded it has begun editing the scenes in the music video.
According to the agency, editing work is already being carried out and the new edited video would replace the original video upon completion.
The agency added it wasn’t certain if the scenes in question would be edited using computer graphics or deleted altogether but nevertheless, the words some deemed offensive would not be seen in the edited version.
Previously, netizens had spotted Sunny sporting caps during the closing portion of the Dancing Queen music video that read, ‘WELCOME MOTHERF*CKERS’, drawing fire from the public.
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A minor controversy has emerged over SNSD’s Sunny’s wardrobe choice in one of the group’s music videos.
Previously, SM Entertainment had released the music video Dancing Queen off of the fourth album on December 21.
Towards the conclusion of the music video however, a small preview of the group’s comeback title song, I Got a Boy is played while showing each of the members and the title song’s concept briefly.
However, at Sunny’s part, the SNSD member can briefly be seen wearing a cap which clearly reads, ‘WELCOME MOTHERF*CKERS’.
The hat does not make an appearance in the music video for I Got a Boy, though member Seohyun briefly wore a different, censored version of the hat.
Since the discovery, many netizens have been expressing their discomfort and criticism of the fashion choice saying things like, “SNSD has many young and teenaged fans so it’s unfortunate to see the group wear something like this” and “It doesn’t even fit with SNSD’s image.”
You can catch the brief scene at about the 4:12 mark and the 4:17 mark below:
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After revealing mysterious teasers, the Girls’ Generation (SNSD) members have revealed what they’ve been planning.
On December 21, SNSD released its newest music video for the song, Dancing Queen.
The pre-released song is a remake of Duffy’s Mercy. The music video featured lots of refreshing and vivid colors, very reminiscent of the group’s Gee image.
The music video and song are said to have been filmed back in 2008, takings fans back to the past and showing the member′s younger selves and how much they′ve matured over the years.
The end of the video included a short glimpse of what is assumed to be I Got a Boy with the members donning completely different looks and rainbow hair colors.
SM Entertainment announced that SNSD will be making its return on January 1, 2013 with its fourth album, I Got A Boy. The company also released the first of its member teasers, starting with Hyoyeon.
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MBC, Dancing with the Star, Girls Generation, SNSD, Hyoyeon
hyoyeonThe behind story of Girls' Generation members supporting the 2nd place winner of Dancing Star 2, Hyoyeon, was revealed.
In MBC"Dancing With the Star Season 2" aired on the 27th, a special episode was shown. Best scenes and 'the story that didn't end' went on air.
On this day, the shining support army that cheered for the contestants of "Dancing Star 2" were shown. The strongest army was Girls' Generation members, who came to cheer for Hyoyeon.
Starting with Tiffany on the 3rd episode, Seohyun, Yoona, Sunny, Sooyoung, etc. all visited the practice room and the audience seats. Hyoyeon seemed to show better stages every time at the cheer of her members.
Hyoyeon was touched that the members took their time to come despite busy schedules. She said, "I was happy to have my members", revealing that their support played a big part.
The runner-up of Dancing with the Star 2, SNSD’s Hyoyeon burst into tears when she met members of her group.
On the episode of MBC’s Dancing with the Star: Season 2 that aired on July 27 at 9:55 p.m., the best scenes of the season and the best speeches were featured.
SNSD’s beauties, Seohyun and Yoona were spotted soothing the dancing queen, who was shedding a tear.
Sadly disappointed in the final, Hyoyeon gave a speech, saying, “That was one of the unforgettable moments in my life. I could totally enjoy myself.” The SNSD member, however, broke down tears as soon as she met the members who appeared in the studio to give her boost.
Hyoyeon said, “Seeing my members makes me emotional,” and burst into tears.
The SNSD youngest gave the runner-up a affectionate hug and Yoona shared her emotion by shedding a tear together. That was a bit sad, but the three girls looked dazzling together.