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I havnt seen StrongHeart in a VERY long time! Its acctually one of my favourite shows but since big companies has been on the hunt and taking them down, i havnt really been on track on whats subed and whats not! This episode is mostly about our sunbae, SJs Leeteuk and his enlistment into the military. However this episode also features a special guest, Yoona! I wonder what kinda of story she will share in this episode of Strongheart!
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On February 12, video clips of SNSD members Yoona, Yuri, and Jessica’s kiss scenes were revealed on SBS Strong Heart.
First clip showed Yoona’s kiss scene with her partner as Jang Keun Suk from KBS Love Rain. Yoona said, “I felt so shy,” reminiscing the kiss scene. “But even though I felt super shy, I wasn’t too nervous because Keun Suk oppa and I have a comfortable relationship.”
Next was Yuri’s kiss scene in the SBS drama Fashion King.
While Yuri shared her struggle having difficulty crying for another scene as a first time actress, MC Shin Dong Yeop made the whole studio laugh by complimenting Yuri’s acting in her kiss scene with Lee Je Hoon as her partner.
Last but not least, Jessica’s kiss scene was revealed.
Her partner was none other than Strong Heart’s MC Lee Dong Wook for the KBS drama Wild Romance. MC Lee Dong Wook said “I told Jessica to ‘Just stay still and I’ll lead’ because Jessica hadn′t had experience.”
Jessica and Lee Dong Wook’s kiss scene brought about screams and laughter in the studio as everyone watched the intimate and nerve-racking kiss scene.
(Alternate video link to the said episode)
Last night, four SNSD members guested on Strong Heart. As seen in the clip above, YoonYul and TaeNy go head to head in a talk battle: Yoona and Yuri’s story reveals the not-so-shocking truth about SNSD’s demanding eating habits and using SNSD’s name for fast chicken delivery, while Taeyeon and Tiffany share an anecdote about Sooyoung and Tiffany making on-flight announcements, the latter really not being funny when doing so.
Also in the episode (but not in the subbed cut), Yoona described her ideal type as someone who can make her heart race, like when they stroke her hair or call her cute. (2Yoon anybody!?)
Moreover, actress Song Chae Hwan brought her 8 year old daughter, whose nickname is Little Yoona, onto the set of Strong Heart fulfil her wish of meeting Yoona.
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--> Girls′ Generation (SNSD) shared a backstory concerning new unmarried Lion Heart.
The SNSD contributors gave the impression at the September 3 broadcast of MBC FM4U′s Kim Shin Young′s midday Song of Hope, where they published how they got here to select Lion Heart as the lead single.
During the show, Kim Shin Young stated of Lion Heart, "It′s other from your old concepts. It kind of feels like a song that marks a go back to the beginning" sooner than asking "Was there a member who was opposed to the song?"
Taeyeon and Tiffany raised their hands, as Tiffany explained, "It went as a ways back as the beginning.." before adding, "Later, i presumed because You Think has a gloomy feel, Party has a refreshing feel and Lion Heart has a gentle feel, the timing was right."
Sooyoung and Yuri, on the alternative hand, were interested by the song, as Yuri shared, "I idea moms, dads, aunts, uncles, every person would truly like it."
Tiffany then added, "There was any individual else who highly endorsed it. Lee Soo Man said it was a must."
--> Girls′ Generation (SNSD)′s 5th full-length album has crowned more than a few album charts in Korea.
SNSD′s fifith album Lion Heart has ranked number 1 in weekly album sales on Hanteo Chart and Synnara Records from August 24-30.
SNSD′s album also ranked number 1 in Gaon Chart′s album category for the 3rd week of August in addition crowned Billboard′s global Albums chart, once back confirming SNSD′s repute no longer best in Korea, yet globally.
SNSD has also won six number 1 trophies for lead unmarried Lion Heart on more than a few cable and primary network song programs, adding SBS MTV′s The Show, MBC Music′s Show Champion, Mnet′s M COUNTDOWN, KBS′ Music Bank and SBS′ Inkigayo.
SNSD Goes Classy And Retro in Lion Heart MV Written by Joyce On August 25, 2015 SNSD has had quite the colourful comeback this time around, with the summery and fun Party, to the leathery badass-ness of You Think. And now, we have this splendid mixture of retro and classy in Lion Heart, a departure from their more powerful concepts in Mr. Mr. and I Got a Boy.
Sugary enough to give the listeners diabetes, what makes Lion Heart stand out from the typical bubblegum pop is its old-school sound which makes it very Hairspray-esque. The pleasing vocal harmony, with the intentionally airy vocals, complements perfectly with the instrumental to deliver a song that fortunately sticks a little better than it otherwise would have been. The repetitive background clapping and layered ohs, tops off the funky bass and brass lines to increase the groove-meter of Lion Heart, and I was surprised how much I actually enjoyed it, despite the distinct lack of dynamics and climax throughout the song.
You circled me like a lion
You looked for a chance then stole my heart
Lion Heart implants the imagery of the male lead as a lion-like predator, preying on the innocent girls who find it difficult to resist the guys romantic advances. The girls fall hard for the Casanova, not realizing that hes stepping on multiple boats at one time. His playboy nature is attributed to his lion heart, which reeks of bravado and unfaithfulness, unable to settle his sights on one girl alone.
Still, while the girls are aware of his roving glances, they implore him to stay faithful to them; they make it their goal to tame your lion heart, your lion-like lion heart, although its left open-ended if they actually succeed. Well, if even Girls Generation cant achieve that, nobody can.
I think about it hundreds of times
But a thousand times, the answer is you
The lyrics are at best fluffy and flirty, and on its own, would not have been title song-worthy. However, the MV does a whole lot to buoy the impact of Lion Heart, with spot-on styling and stunning sets. The saturated and lovely colour palette create a fantasy-like atmosphere, and the retro outfits of the girls elevate their already-high standards of elegance and classiness, fitting of heroines from a nostalgic period film. The girls have been in the industry long enough to graduate from the representative uniform fashion, and I appreciate that each got the chance to actually look their best, since the right hair and outfits can go a long way. The amount of effort and detail put into the styling definitely showed through, and is probably the crowning glory of this MV.
In the beginning, the girls sit down to watch a show, which is essentially the remainder of the MV divided into three chaptersChapter One, said guy actually goes to romance all eight girls who fall head-over-heels for him; Chapter Two, all hell breaks loose when the guy arranges eight different dates at the same time and venue, and of course, the girls are horrified to find out he has been stringing all eight of them along; Chapter Three, guy tries to get back into the good graces of the girls, but they rightly rebuff him and do away with him. Its a tongue-in-cheek moment to see the male lead literally dressed up as a lion, going the full nine yards with the comical lion mascot costume that seems to reminiscent of Beauty and the Beast.
The distribution of lines and screen time also deviated from the typical trend of being Yoona-centric. The choreography is nothing to write home about, although the dance moves definitely bring back the retro Hairspray vibe once again, with a lot of hip and shoulder action. And yes, the random open-leg move in their sparkly dresses threw me off for a while.
All in all, Lion Heart seems to be joining in on the current retro trend in K-pop, similar to what Wonder Girls also did with I Feel You. And while it doesnt entirely miss the mark, its unfortunately not striking enough to enamour non-Sones to hit that replay button. It might veer too sugary, or too one-note for some listeners, but I do appreciate this new sound that SNSD is experimenting with. In essence, its not aiming to be this spectacular piece of music, but merely offers a taste of a different palette for fans. At least we know that the girls would have been equally drop-dead gorgeous in a different era, and their ability to pull off any concept definitely proved that SNSD members are well-rounded veterans capable of versatility.
P.S. Anyone managed to spot the typo in the video without being told?
(SM Entertainment, YouTube)
SNSD carry out their comeback level for "Lion Heart" and "You Think" for the primary time at Tune Bank.
The women exhibit the contrasting attractive and strong functionality for "You Think" in addition their amusing and colorful unfashionable level for "Lion Heart" no longer to mention that the women bring their undeniable antique good looks on stage.
--> This week on Channel SNSD′s ′Channel Sooyoung,′ Girls′ Generation (SNSD)′s fashionable member Sooyoung took audience within the dressing room at the set of the Lion Heart tune video shoot to delve into the secret looks featured in the tune video.
Sooyoung′s clip, which gives a behind-the-scenes glance at SNSD′s wardrobe, become once released by means of Naver Tv Cast on August 19,
Sooyoung and SNSD′s stylist explained that the Lion Heart concept become once encouraged by the unfashionable and vintage types of the 1920s, which is also, coincidentally, on trend for the 2015 F/W season.
SNSD snagged one of the crucial newest fashion designer looks off the runway, from Dolce & Gabbana to Gucci and Versace, and what we collected from the clip is that wide leg trousers and accents like scarves and massive cuffs are in this season!
Meanwhile, SNSD lately returned with double identify tracks Lion Heart and You Think.
--> The paws have come out.
Girls′ Generation (SNSD) has released Lion Heart, the primary of it′s double identify songs on August 18.
The track video, which become once released at the similar day, progresses in 3 chapters with a hilarious finishing you wish to have to paste around till the finish to catch.
The song′s jazzy melody is played up with a slinky choreography noticed interspersed during the video.
Meanwhile, SNSD′s 2nd identify song You Think may be released on August 19.