Girls’ Generation bagged once more a win for their “Lion Heart” single from their fifth full-length Korean studio album of the same name in the recently concluded SBS’ Inkigayo. Read on for more details.
Girls’ Generation bested South Korean boy band BIGBANG and their “Let’s Not Fall in Love” single and former Wonder Girls’ HyunA with “Roll Deep” for this week’s show according to Soompi.
The 21-year-old Seohyun was more than grateful as she acknowledged their followers as quoted on the popular K-Pop website.
“Thanks to all the fans, we were so happy throughout our ‘Lion Heart’ promotions.” Seohyun said.
This latest accomplishment for the now eight-member girl group gave them an impressive three “Inkigayo” crowns for “Lion Heart” and an over-all 12 music show victories.
Yook Sungjae of “Plus Nine Boys” and “Who Are You: School” fame made his first appearance as the main presenter of the show. The 20-year-old South Korean idol did not fail his fans as he immersed himself fully in his music show performance of Rain’s “I Do.” It has been a long-standing ritual for a newbie host of the popular music program to do his own rendition of the 2004 up-tempo ballad.
The other energetic and fun performances for the recent “Inkigayo” came from favorite idols: Red Velvet with their vigorous presentation of “Huff N Puff” and “Dumb Dumb,” Korean-Japanese singer Kangnam mixing it up with GOT7′s Jackson for “Chocolate,” hip-hop boy group trail blazed their return on the stage with “Rush,” Seventeen also made an epic homecoming with “Mansae,” Junho of 2PM heated up his solo presence with “Fire,” Shinhwa member Junjin gave the crowd “Wow Wow Wow” and UP10TION scored a hot debut with “Dangerous.”
Girls’ Generation as mentioned has continued their dominance in the music show. Yhis includes the recent KBS’ Music Bank Sept. 11 episode as they outperformed SG Wannabe according to a report from Kpop Starz.
Korean weekly music shows are notable for giving out accolades to the artist for the success they have achieved in their career. These mostly are founded on several classifications which take into consideration the digital and physical movement of a certain single of an artist.
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