SNSD’s Taeyeon Considers Taetiseo a New Group and Memorizes What to Say on Broadcast
Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Taeyeon confessed that she has to memorize what to say on broadcast.
During September 25’s broadcast of MBC FM4U’s Hope Song, DJ Kim Shin Young said, “A new album came out after a long time and if Twinkle was a cute and pretty Moulin Rouge-like style track, Holler is like an exciting pop song. Can you officially introduce the song?”
Taeyeon answered, “It’s more mature compared to Twinkle,” while Tiffany said, “It’s the unnie version of Twinkle.”
Then Kim Shin Young asked, “You said that when you were a new group, you memorized what to say in order to introduce your music, but are you still like that?”
Taeyeon answered, “Taetiseo is still a new group. It has only released two albums.”
She added, “I used to say what I memorized, as if I was rapping, but these days I have to roll my eyes around to think about what I have to say. Today, Seohyun will explain to you about Holler.”
Seohyun then explained, “Holler means ‘to shout’ or ‘to cheer’ and the lyrics contain contents like ‘trust and follow me,’ which boosts your confidence. It features SNSD’s mature voices.”
Upon hearing Seohyun’s explanation, Kim Shin Young commented, “A 24 year old is different for sure. When you go past 25 years, you have to try harder to think about what to say,” causing laughter.
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