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Views for Girls’ Generation’s AP Interview Video Explode

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2012.02.17 16:18 Mwave Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The official video of Girls’ Generation’s interview with Associated Press (AP) is branching out to make even more issues.

According to a source in American press, the video of Girls’ Generation’s interview with AP scored tens of thousands of views on AP’s website.

AP usually provides news content to other media outlets, making the number of views of the videos on its own official webpage fairly low. Girls’ Generation’s video, however, is surprising AP officials with its high views.

Views for Girls’ Generation’s AP Interview Video Explode

The source added, “I looked at the visitor statistics, and not only was the video viewed in Asia and Korea, but also countries all over the world. This proves that Girls’ Generation is globally popular.”

The interview was hosted by a Korean American reporter. According to an official, the members of Girls’ Generation grabbed attention during their visit to AP’s office in New York by greeting everyone with bright smiles. The members also left good impressions on the interview staff by showing their enthusiasm for the interview.

In the interview, Girls’ Generation’s Jessica said, “[Performing in America] is actually a dream come true."

“We’re together 24/7. We’ve been together since elementary school so we’re just like sisters. We fight a lot and we get along pretty well too,”she added.

Girls’ Generation made issues during its stay in America from late January to early February with its appearance on CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman and ABC’s Live! with Kelly. The group was also interviewed by a popular entertainment news program on NBC, Extra TV.

Photo credit: AP

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