"One Sunny Day" (2014) Directedby way of Kwon Hyeok-chan Writtenby way of Lee Mi-na With So Ji-sub, Kim Ji-won-I, Lee Jong-hyuk, Lim Joo-eun, Lee Jong-hyun, Ha Jae-sook,... 10 episdodes Broadcast network: LINETv (Thailand) Broadcast period: 2014/12/19 to 2015/01 Synopsis a guy without a wallet and a lady without a telephone meet in Jeju Island and fall in love. Never broadcasted in Korea
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The group showcased their vocals through performances of "Child in Time", "I"m in Love", and "Marry Me". During the special event for couples, audience members revealed the nicknames they have for their significant others, bringing goosebumps to those watching.
THe girls together with their composers KZ and Taebong worked together to provide a perfect melody and harmony to the song. While recording, the girls seemed to be having fun and lively at the same time.
As a special treat for fans, Sunny Hill released a behind-the-scenes video of their comeback with "Monday Blues." The girls strut their stuff as they march over to the music show program where they will be having their comeback stage, looking business-like and sexy in form-fitting black skirts.
The song is a stylish electronic reggae track with the distinct Sunny Hill twist to it. The lyrics sympathizes with the average office worker who might be suffering from Monday Blues, desperately looking forward to the weekend.
The song is from their latest album, Sunny Blues. The first part of the album, Part A. Sunny Blues. was released with the music video on August 21.
Previous concept images for “Once in Summer” portrayed an overall peaceful and natural portrayal with the four members dressed casually and formally in dresses and sweaters. Settings had included outside park benches or inside cafés, bringing more attention to the members themselves. The first group photo further showed them wearing various white dresses in front of a village house amidst a garden.
Teaser photos for their comeback album as a whole turned out to be drastically different with Jubee, Kota, Misung, and Seunga, dressed in either black A-line skirts and white blouses, or donning distinct leather attires that highlighted a bolder side of Sunny Hill.
And indeed, the next batch of individual teasers veer off from the new sexy approach, showing the four members posing in subtly sexy positions, while dressed professionally in white blouses and mini black skirts. Various props showcase them in an office, giving off the vibe of being a secretary.
Tiffany And Sunny Of Girls' Generation Defend Band's Outfits In The 'Mr.Mr.' Video, No Word On Yuri's 'Healing Camp' Comments
(Photo : Facebook) (Photo : Mnet) (Photo : Mnet) Girls" Generation always seem to inspire passionate responses from listeners.
With some of the most fiercely devoted fans in the world, the group has also faced their fair share of criticism, most recently for their choice of outfits in the music video for their new single "Mr.Mr." and subsequent promotional appearances.
In an appearance Tuesday on the South Korean cable talk show "Beatles Code 3D," Tiffany and Sunny defended their group"s recent fashion choices when host Shindong of Super Junior dismissed them as tacky.
Girls’ Generation debuted seven years ago, but the veteran girl group continues to show thanks to their fans for every music program win. On March 14, member Sooyoung posted on her Instagram a photo of Tiffany and herself analyzing their “Music Bank” trophy. Yet, the photo hilariously resembled a capture of the two posing with their trophies three years ago when Girls’ Generation had won on “Music Bank” for their song, “The Boys.” Sooyoung wrote, “2011/ new ver. 2014J #thankyousone,” dedicating the music program win to the girls’ fans.
Furthermore, Sunny posted on her Instagram a video of herself bowing before the camera, showing her gratitude towards her fans. Yet, the formal bow had a twist, as Sunny’s body and “Music Bank” trophy were all of a sudden wrapped with a pink blanket and dragged away from the camera by none other than Taeyeon. The funny clip was filled with laughter, showing the girls’ thankfulness mixed with humor.
Currently Girls’ Generation is promoting their new song, “Mr. Mr.” and has captured first place on the major music programs. Congratulations Girls’ Generation!
Although the girls spilled tears to portray the sad love story in the music video, they couldn"t be any more cheerful on set. SeungA also became a reporter for one day and interviewed her fellow members who shared their acting tips and explained the meaning behind their song.