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SNSD Members Say They Have Been Jealous of Each Other

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2015.07.13 14:08 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin

The Girls′ Generation (SNSD) members revealed they have been jealous of each other.


The members appeared as guests on MBC FM4U′s Sunny′s FM Date on July 11, where they talked honestly about their promotions.


DJ Sunny said, "There are eight girls. They say that when three girls are together, dishes break, so there have probably been broken dishes and then some. You guys don′t get jealous, do you?"


"We do," said Hyoyeon. "We′re girls. We all have [been jealous] at some point, even if it was just for a moment. We′re human too."


SNSD Members Say They Have Been Jealous of Each Other

Sooyoung said, "It′s not jealousy, but what′s the word.. envy? [It makes me think] ′I have to try like that. If I do this, I′ll be pretty like that.′ It′s a stimulant that helps us out."


Hyoyeon added, "I think that′s really good. Each member has something I′m envious of. By trying to make up for those things and learn, I grow. I think that′s a really good thing."


Taeyeon picked Seohyun′s time on MBC′s We Got Married as which member′s individual activities she was most envious of. When the other members then brought up the fact that Taeyeon appeared on the show with comedian Jung Hyung Don, Taeyeon said, "Jung Hyung Don oppa, who appeared on the show with me, is happily married. I didn′t want to bring it up anymore."


Meanwhile, Yuri and Yoona said they were envious of Sunny′s DJ activities.


SNSD released new single Party on July 7, topping eight music charts, including MelOn, Bugs, Genie, Naver Music, Olleh Music, Mnet, Soribada and Monkey3. Track Check also ranked high on the music charts, enabling SNSD to reclaim the title of Korea′s top girl group.


Photo credit: MBC FM4U′s ′Sunny′s FM Date′ official website

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