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SNSD Makes a Comeback with ′Oh!′ in Japan

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2012.09.25 17:25 Mwave Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Girls′ Generation (SNSD) made a comeback in Japan with its Japanese version of Oh!.

The girls appeared on the September 24 broadcast of Fuji TV′s Hey Hey Hey to sing the single cut from its fifth single album Oh! with its hit Mr. Taxi and new ballad single All My Love is for You.

SNSD Makes a Comeback with ′Oh!′ in Japan

They donned the cheerleader costumes, baseball jackets and pink boots they had worn in their Korean promotions for the single, and sang the verse ′I love oppa′ in Korean, not Japanese.

In the talk session, the members cutely opened up on the personal parts of their lives, saying, "Tiffany had never been interested in driving but then she managed to get her driver′s license in just four days."

SNSD released Oh! in Korea on January 2010. Its fifth single album will be released on September 26, and the group will continue with promotions in October.

Photo credit: Fuji TV

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