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SNSD Talks of the Responsibility It Feels Toward Its Juniors and Fans for Its World Tour

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2013.06.10 11:40 Mwave Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Girls′ Generation (SNSD) will be embarking on a world tour, and the members showed they′re feeling the pressure, as well as a whole lot of excitement.

On June 9, just before performing at its 2013 Girls′ Generation World Tour - Girls & Peace, SNSD sat down with press to talk at its press conference about its upcoming show.

SNSD Talks of the Responsibility It Feels Toward Its Juniors and Fans for Its World Tour

Taeyeon said about the group′s first world tour, "I′ve always said I want to go on a world tour at our concerts, and I′m honored and happy we′ll finally be performing under a ′world tour′ title. I′m excited we′ll get to meet fans from around the world. We′ve worked hard to prepare special events for this world tour."

Yuri said about the places she wants to go, "I don′t have anywhere I can point to; I just want to meet with overseas fans from afar and converse with them. We′ll go wherever there are fans waiting for us."

Sunny also said, "We were able to hold this world tour thanks to our great seniors. We′ll also work hard to pave a way for our juniors."

Tiffany said about SNSD′s aims for the tour, "Our biggest goal is to visit countries we′ve never visited before and meet with fans we′ve never met. It′s also the most important point of our tour."

"America often uses the phrase ′love and peace′, and that′s where we got our concert title from," she added about the title of the concert. "Since it′s SNSD′s first world tour, we wish to spread peace and be with our fans."

SNSD will be going on to Asia, the Americas and even Europe for its tour.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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