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SNSD’s Yuri Promises SNSD Comeback This Year

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2015.01.22 16:13 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Yuri revealed that SNSD will definitely be making a comeback this year.

On January 22, Yuri attended the press conference for MBC’s new variety show Animals at the MBC Golden Mouth Hall in Sangam-dong.

When asked to predict the viewership rating, Yuri said, “I think all the oppas who came out here today will take care of the viewership rating and that the show will do well.”

About facing competition with SBS’ K-Pop Star and KBS 2TV’s Superman is Back, Yuri said, “Animals are lovely beings that closely exist around us so I think the viewers will keep watching the show as they flip through the channels. I think our program is charming in that way. I hope many people will watch.”

She also shared a bit about SNSD’s comeback.

Yuri said, “We’ve been slowly preparing for SNSD’s album. We’ve been working hard so that we can definitely show our mature selves within this year.”

SNSD’s Yuri Promises SNSD Comeback This Year

Meanwhile, Animals is an animals variety program with three separate sections called ‘A Puppy that Went to Kindergarten,’ ‘OK Farm’ and ‘Three Bears.’ ‘A Puppy that Went to Kindergarten’ directed by Kim Hyun Chul PD will feature the former basketball player Seo Jang Hoon, songwriter Don Spike and M.I.B’s Kangnam. ‘Ok Farm’ by Je Young Jae PD will feature Yoon Do Hyun, Jo Jae Yoon, Kim Jun Hyun and Super Junior’s Eunhyuk while ‘Three Bears’ by Son Chang Woo PD will show g.o.d’s Park Jun Hyung, SNSD’s Yuri, Jang Dong Min and Kwak Dong Yoon.

The show is set to begin on January 25 at 4:50 p.m. (KST)

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