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K-pop group Girls’ Generation reunites

Two years have passed since Tiffany, Sooyoung and Seohyun left SM Entertainment and the group last released music as a full group.




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K-pop group Girls’ Generation recently had a mini-reunion on Wednesday (17 Jul) and they shared photos from their spontaneous hangout.

Seohyun, Hyoyeon, Yoona, Taeyon, Yuri and Sooyoung were in the Instagram stories except for remaining members Sunny and Tiffany who were not there.

Seohyun added in her caption and as translated by Soompi: “Girls’ Generation sudden gathering. We miss Tiffany and Soon Kyu [Sunny’s real name].”

The reunion was also commemorated with the dates.

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Sooyoung too, shared a photo of the reunion, with two adorable puppies in tow.

Her caption reads: “We’re also someone’s Girls’ Generation unnies,”  a reference to her previous stories where she posted images of Lady Gaga and ’90s K-pop group Fin.K.L., calling them “unnies.

Two years have passed since Tiffany, Sooyoung and Seohyun left SM Entertainment and the group last released music as a full group in August 2017, with their song “Holiday Night” in celebration of their then-10th anniversary.

Members of the popular K-pop group have each focused on their individual careers since.

Yoona is starring alongside Jo Jung-suk in an upcoming film, Tiffany dropped her debut “Lips on Lips’ EP and is dropping a new single, “Magnetic Moon” really soon, Hyoyeon is set to make her comeback with a new single under her moniker, DJ Hyo, and Taeyeon recently topped South Korean charts with her single “Four Seasons.”

With nine members originally, Girls’ Generation (also known as SNSD) was formed in 2007.

They became popular worldwide, releasing award-winning songs and having concerts internationally.


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