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Taetiseo Achieves All-Kill with Win on Inkigayo

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2012.05.14 09:48 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Girls′ Generation (SNSD) continues to conquer the idol world, as it′s first unit group, Taetiseo, has swept through all the music programs.

Taeyeon, Tiffany, and Seohyun, together as Taetiseo, showcased their performance of Twinkle on SBS’ Inkigayo on May 13.

Taetiseo Achieves All-Kill with Win on Inkigayo

Their performance was followed by an energetic response from the audience, which soon escalated into the winning of the ‘Mutizen Song.’ Once their victory was announced, the members all happily stood on stage, holding their new trophy.

In her winner’s speech, Taeyeon said “Thank you so much. I want to especially thank our members for being so supportive during our unit activities.” She then made a heart for the other SNSD members.

Continuing on, Tiffany said “I want to thank the parents of Taetiseo. We love you! And also to our fanclub, SONE!” Seohyun concluded the victory by hugging MC Goo Hara.

Taetiseo released its album on April 29 and has been maintaining the top spot on various online music charts. After winning first place on May 10 at Mnet’s M Countdown, Taetiseo continued its streak on KBS2’s Music Bank. With its recent win on Inkigayo, Taetiseo has swept through all the televised stages.

Meanwhile, also standing on the Inkigayo stage on this day was SISTAR, 4Minute, EXO-K, A-Pink, Yangpa & Lee Boram & So Yeon, Ivy, Girls’ Day, Mighty Mouth & Soya, U-Kiss, Sunny Hill, Norazo, B.A.P., BTOB, December, Hello Venus, and more.

Photo Capture: SBS’ Inkigayo

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