SNSD’s thoughts on winning at the “2010 Golden Disk Awards”


SNSD cried tears of joy after winning the Daesang at the 2010 Golden Disk Awards. Having won the Rookie Award in 2007 and the Digital Gold Daesang in 2009, SNSD has risen as one of the best girl groups of our time.

– What were you thinking when your name was called?

“We still can’t believe it. I guess this is what people mean when they say it feels like a dream. We really had no anticipation and just came here thinking about wanting to have fun with our fans. Is it okay for us to receive such a big award… It’s kind of scary, but also touching. We’ll never forget the moment our name was called for ‘Golden Disk Daesang.’”

– Did you know you would win?

“No. We were nervous over a lot of things today and were worried about whether we’d make a mistake on stage or not. We always gather around and shout, ‘Right now is girls’ generation! Fighting!’ before we go on stage, but we didn’t even have time for that today. We tried to do it at the table with our feet instead of our hands.”

– Everyone seemed upset that Tiffany wasn’t present. All of the members called out her name during the awards speech.

“All nine must stand on one stage for SNSD to be completed. Tiffany’s empty space felt so large, seeing the award made us think of her that much more. It’s upsetting not being able to be with her.”

– You received the Rookie Award in 2007. It seems like fate between you and ‘Golden Disk.’

“We’re extremely thankful. It’s more meaningful since it’s an award that properly calculates album and digital sales. It’s all thanks to our fans who think preciously of us.”

– How does it feel to look back on your trainee days?

“We all trained for 4-6 years in order to become singers. Our parents worried a lot over us, and being able to stand on such an honorable stage as singers brings up such strong emotions. We’d like to thank Lee Soo Man for helping us realize our dreams.”

– Can you give a message to your ‘ajusshi’ fans?

“We know that we are being supported as their younger siblings or nieces. We’ll make sure we don’t disappoint and always try our best.”

– Will you be throwing a party today?

“We honestly did not come here thinking we’d win an award. Not only us, but BoA, Super Junior, and SHINee all received so many awards, it’s going to be a festive day today. Our agency might prepare a party for us, but we’re not sure. We have to go out and discuss first.”

– What is your future goal?

“It’s such an honorable moment, we don’t know what more we could want. If there’s one thing we genuinely wish for, it’s for all nine of our SNSD members to go together until the end.”

Source + Photos: Daily Sports via Nate

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The 25th Golden Disk Awards 2010: Results

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Disk Daesang
Winner: SNSD

Samsung YEPP Digital Daesang
Winner: 2AM

Disk Bonsang
Winners:
1. DJ DOC
2. SHINee
3. SNSD
4. Super Junior
5. BoA

Digital Bonsang
Winners:
1. 2AM
2. IU
3. Miss A
4. CN Blue
5. Lee Seunggi

Samsung YEPP Newcomers’ Awards
Winners:
1. BEAST
2. Secret
3. Sistar

Ceci Popularity Awards
Winners:
1. SNSD
2. SHINee

MSN Asian Popularity Award
Winner: Super Junior

COSMOPOLITAN Rock Award
Winner: F.T Island

Hip Hop Award
Winner: Supreme Team

Production Award
Winner: Hong Seungsong

Achievement Award
Winner: Park Choonsuk

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Taeyeon – Best out of the best

 

Some of this post I reaped from some of my other posts here on SSF. It’s Taeyeon’s birthday, and I wanted to write a little something about her, as a homage to the leader of Soshi.

She is the leader of the nine. What does it mean to be the leader? There are many styles of leadership. She could have been autocratic, dictatorial, a little sexy Napoleon, but she chose the hardest path in leadership, one might argue that it was the worst path to take. Taeyeon shouldered the heaviest of burdens and chose to remain their friend. She leads by example, with encouragement and constant communication. I think it was Tiffany that said since they’d been together for so long that they would all know if something were not right, that if someone was feeling out of sorts, it was instantly understood, just by looking. There is an important piece of understanding in this. These nine are exceptional people. The nine together are simply the best at what they do, which is to entertain and captivate us. To do that, they need to be in concert, in an orchestration of harmony, with one agenda. If one member is missing, or not with the program, if one member is feeling out of sorts, or ill, if one member is down, it affects us all.

And yet they do it, day after day, days that stretch 16 to 20 hours or more of constant struggle, individually, in pairs and sub-groups, or as all nine, these girls spend more time with each other than any family I know. They sleep together, eat together, share bathrooms, looks, makeup, thoughts, dreams, tears, encouragement, clothes and love. The only one who keeps herself separate, the only one who maintains a slight emotional detachment is Tengu. Why is that?

What makes a girl like her tick? First there is an enormous societal issue. How did she become the leader? Well, in Korea it’s all about experience. When two strangers meet, the first thing they do is establish commonality. You’re a man, I’m a man, you’re a white man, I’m a white man, you’re a man dressed nicely in a business suit, I’m a man dressed nicely in a business suit. And things can progress smoothly. It’s human nature.

The more similar a person is to you, the more you can infer, because you know yourself. It’s incongruous when that nice white man in a business suit starts throwing gang signs or whips out crocheting needles and starts making you a nice sweater. It just doesn’t happen.

In a heterogeneous society, like America, there are taller walls for people to climb in terms of communication and expectation. But in Korea, it goes like this. You’re Korean, I’m Korean. You’re older, I’m younger. You lead, I follow. Of course it isn’t quite as simplistic as that, there is social stratification, educational boundaries, the rural and urban divide, but still, at the bottom it’s all ageism. Leader, unnie, dongsaeng, maknae, sunbae, hoobae. How well you do your duty, as expected of you, as expected of yourself defines worth and self-worth societally. Respect is the name of the game, giving and receiving, according to your role.

But being the leader, to a good leader, is more burden than benefit. Burden, burdensome, it’s a word used much more in Korean society than America. Boodamsae, burdensome. Expectation is a burden. The expectation that you will do your duty, without shirking. Imagine throwing a party for your peers. It lies on you to be entertaining, to have the place looking wonderful, the food and drinks must be top-notch, the conversation has to flow naturally, the awkward wallflowers have to be engaged. Good parties are rarities because good hosts are rare.

So what did it mean to Tengu? Now imagine, you’re going to debut. You’ve been training for years, learning how to move, and sing, how to hold yourself, how to behave in front of a camera. You’ve been doing that with friends, colleagues, fellow students, some you’re close with, some you’ve competed with, some you’ve seen leave and not return. It’s been very much a journey of self-improvement. And then the word comes. You’re going to debut with these eight girls. Some are close friends, some acquaintances, one or two you don’t really know. Oh, by the way, you’re the leader.

What sort of nightmare has this just become?

Imagine the pressure on Taeyeon. The expectation. If the girls fight, it’s on her. If one of them is lazy or doesn’t improve enough, it’s on her. If the group fails, it’s on her. Boodamsae? Yeah.

Thankfully she was blessed to have these eight, just as hungry for success as she was, just as willing to sweat and spend their tears as she was. But making them one, leading them forward and keeping herself separate, what fire that took, what strength.

She struggles to not outshine any of the others. She’s a powerhouse vocalist, incredibly talented, wise beyond her years, and is without a doubt, because of her decisions, the very best leader that Soshi could have ended up with. Flat out, Soshi is so exceptional in large part because she is who she is.

She’s barely into her 2nd decade, when most of her contemporaries are having fun in college, she’s riding herd on a platoon and in a warzone to boot. 2009 was THE year of Soshi, and they were on top of their game, every day. They certainly have the awards to prove it, but they also have the bruises, tears and exhaustion spent to earn every accolade and more. I think if any normal person were to live their schedule for a week, we would throw in the towel, or shoot an SM manager depending on whether the gun or towel were closer to hand. Imagine that kind of pressure, on kids barely through their teens. The only thing that allows them to get through another day is their support structure of family, friends, and most importantly each other.

Ah, but there’s the rub. Simply put, the rest of the girls can lean on each other, but Taeyeon has no one to lean on. She simply CAN’T, because a leader doesn’t lean. Add to that, the fact that her family is so far from Seoul. On the odd holiday that SME doles out to the girls, she stays in the dorm, while most of them get to go back to their families.

Is it any wonder that she has moments of doubt? Moments when she doesn’t want the burden of telling her friends to do something that they have to do? When she herself wants nothing more than to curl up in a ball and cry? She hides most of that from them, just as she mostly hides her tears from the camera.

What’s the upside to being a leader? No, not the automatic respect and deference that small minded people would enjoy. Just pride, pride at leading these girls to success after success. She GOOD at it. Results don’t lie, Soshi is the best, not because they are the best singers or dancers, but because they are one. People have their favorite members, I think that’s just human nature, but for me, I love whichever one I’m looking at at that moment. Not because I’m somehow immune from picking favorites, but because they are best when they are together.

Does something like SNSD just happen? Of course not, SNSD is unnatural, their lack of jealousy is the antithesis of fame-seeking, me-first, ambitious behavior. I mean here we have 9 very talented and beautiful girls, each unique, each driven to succeed, and what do we end up with? A family. A family that believes and challenges and supports each other. And it’s Taeyeon and her style of leadership that deserves the credit. She’s a nurturer, a true mother. She’s always happy to let one of her girls have the spotlight and the mic.

She’s extremely self-deprecating, ridiculously oddly beautiful, and hilarious. In her solo stage during the Soshi concert, when she’s singing Hush Hush, we get to see a Taeyeon that she hides so well. She’s a superstar, with megawatt sex bomb appeal. Our dorkmunster supreme can work the stage with the best of the best, and not give anything away. Her soaring vocals are the best of any idol. And that is only part of who she is. A small part.

I think the closest we get to the real girl inside is her as Chinchin’s DJ. She’s unconsciously entertaining. She can make faces, eat, talk, laugh with abandon, twirl a pen, pose for stills or bora and people will just stare or listen. She’s 158ish centimeters of pure entertainer. It’s no accident that just her speaking voice is enough to capture anyone’s attention. She doesn’t need to show anything more than a funny face to hold her own with any of the other girls. On IY, Sunny and Yuri are the pros. Through their work they let the others shine. Think about that. The best of T-Ara, BEG, Kara, Secret, and it’s two Soshi’s that lead the groups. And yet, when the nine are together, who is the leader, the one that lets the others shine?

There’s one scene of her, on Inkigayo, the Beauty Girls Talk Talk corner, where she’s with the leaders of Kara and 2NE1 and 4Minute. Firstly, of the four, she simply carried the conversation, naturally, without ego, she led the other leaders. I think it was Gyuri that was talking, being positioned at the edge of the group, and JiHyun from 4Minute didn’t want to crowd Taeyeon, so she was standing at a normal distance between them, which made Gyuri almost fall outside of the camera’s view. Like the true professional, and the true leader she is, she pulled the 4Minute leader close, one, to break the boundaries that only a sunbae could initiate, and two so that Gyuri would have her time in the camera. Even for the closing shot, she took an end spot, letting the two rookie leaders, JiHyun and CL have the center. This is what being a leader is.

That’s her greatest quality. Her confidence in herself. She knows she can shine brighter than almost anyone else, so she doesn’t need to. She knows she can speak better than anyone else, so she doesn’t need to. It’s only when it’s for the group that she opens her mouth, like on the KJE Chocolate show, when everyone else is in tears, she chokes it back, and stays with the program.

Except for Taeyeon, each of the members can be her own person, knowing there’s eight others waiting to catch them if they fall. I think she’s relaxing more, as the others continue to grow. I just hope, if Taeyeon needs to, that she can let herself go, and realize that asking for help isn’t a weakness, but giving her sisters back some of the trust they have in her.

Tiff4best @ S2i

Auratus @ SSF

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Understanding Tiffany

Tiffany’s birthday. Soshi’s birthday soon too. One guess which means more to her. I rewrote a bit of this to better express my thoughts on her and to wish her a happy birthday. It’s my hope that people will get a better feel for this wonderful mix of fluffy pink bunny feathers and iron hard determination. Get to know this girl, this woman. You’ll be happy you did.

When I see people bashing Tiffany, I know it’s because they don’t have the faintest understanding of her. They misunderstand her enthusiasm, her openness, her concern, her selfLESSness for selfISHness. This is ironic and tragic at the same time. If they could walk ten steps in her shoes, they’d have nothing but admiration and love for her. I’ve been going down the list of the Soshi members, trying to understand the magic of 9 and I can say this. Tiffany is without a doubt Soshi’s biggest fan.

Let me say again.

No one believes in the power of 9 more than Tiffany does.

Look at the road she’s taken. First she had to believe in herself, the power of one. To take a leap of faith like she did, coming to a foreign country, alone, and fully embracing it. Think of what that means; the language, the customs, the food, waving a lollipop (ask any valley girl to do that and you’re risking life and limb, seriously,) the culture of respect. You know none if it was easy. But she did all that, and then she climbed on top of a very precarious mountain, not by pushing others off, but by helping and holding tight to those around her. Really, this is something more than remarkable, this is exceptional and as I’ve seen time and again a hallmark of what anyone can expect from her. Understand that this is who she is. What strength of character that took, what belief in herself and her dreams that showed.

When they were trainees working towards their debut, they were nine girls; some had been friends for years, but the long process of training together made them something greater than nine individuals. That process of striving towards a common goal allowed something singularly precious to form, a seed that would grow into Soshi.

As difficult as this was for everyone, Tiffany faced some unique challenges. By getting to the top with her sisters, Tiffany opened herself up to the people that would hate her, just for being different. Judging her because she was somehow not worthy in their eyes. Her sometimes hesitant Korean was a convenient focus for people already determined to not accept her. Her rambunctious energy and American irreverence were seen as disrespect. Her loudness, her willingness to speak was seen as antithetical to Korean mores and also drew ire. Some people even had issues with her for being religious, as if she was pretending to something her Californian upbringing disallowed. Whatever. If that’s a source of strength, good for her. In my opinion she personifies faith, optimism and hope. Is that so bad?

Even with that said and even with her members supporting her, Tiffany is the one I worry about the most. People misunderstand her because she’s a walking contradiction. Incredibly brave, strong and caring for all of her members, she wears her heart on her sleeve and still faces the public with open arms. She’s utterly transparent and incapable of hiding what she’s feeling. Hurt her and she cries, if she’s happy, she shines, and when she smiles, people melt.

No one is a harsher taskmaster of Tiffany than herself. Think about that for a moment. No barb, no cruelty, no criticism can make her work harder than she already does. She would welcome her worst enemy, and not defend herself, only say that she’ll work harder. She takes every curse and hate thrown at her and tries to understand it and she looks deep within herself to grasp how she’s failed to connect. In Tiffany’s eyes, the failing is hers. This… this is beyond ironic. She takes that motivation, that acid hurt and she looks for ways to improve, even when she feels the pain more than most people with normal defenses would.

Love her and she loves back. Hate her and she looks for her failure, her lack, the source of the misunderstanding, the point where she went wrong. Most people have a point where criticism drains the well of goodwill. Where they will look outward and say, enough. Tiffany doesn’t have this. This is what makes me love her, admire her and feel her pain.

In interviews, she’s almost always the first to answer a question, not because she wants the attention, not because she wants the attention, but because she cares how Soshi is perceived. She won’t protect herself, but she’s fiercely protective of her family, her sisters, of Soshi.

On Hello Baby, it broke my heart when she felt she was being rebuffed by the baby. With everything Tiffany’s been through, any connection she can make is more precious to her than her pride. Here’s the next lovable point about her. Knock her down and she gets right back up. Bleeding, bruised, it doesn’t matter. If she can, she’s perseveres. Please go re-watch the second episode of Hello Baby, the first time she’s picked as worst mom (I was very annoyed for her…), when they’re all in the living room. The only thing she looks at the entire time is Kyungsun. She must have cautioned everyone else at least a dozen times. “Be careful, be careful, be careful.” There’s slight vindication later in the series, when one of the honorary fathers, who is an actual father, awards Tiffany the best mom, because he’d seen that episode. He understood that Tiffany cared for that baby, that she knew how precious he was. Tiffany never shirks her responsibilities.

Because she’s lost people in her life, she’s fearful of losing anyone else. The possibility of physical harm is always present in the back of her mind. Simply, Tiffany is more aware of mortality and loss than the others. In Wonderful Outing, when Seohyun is doing the bar flip you’ll hear Tiffany’s “Jho-shim.” Be careful. Everyone else was laughing and carefree and she was worried.

When the girls went on Intimate Note, Tiffany was absent. Her grandfather had passed away in the States and she went to the funeral. You know that the others were thinking of her. I was really proud of them because they did their best even though you know their hearts were with Tiffany, thousands of miles away.

And yes, the KJE Chocolate show. If you’ve ever thought that Soshi was a manufactured product, with fake plastic dolls, go watch Chocolate. That’s our Soshi, those are the real emotions behind their professionalism. 9 young women who’ve sacrificed so much to entertain us. A stone would have wept. Watch Tiffany’s face, when the letter to the mystery woman’s daughter is read. From almost the first line you see it. They realize it’s Seohyun’s mom and the moment overwhelms her. Taeyeon goes very still because she knows the minefield they’ve entered.

Watch Tiffany’s face. She’s imagining that the letter is to her. Watch how still her face goes, the downcast eyes to hide the tears while she holds the hands of Yuri and Sooyoung. Everyone is worried for her. What to say or think about someone like her? How does one not feel for her?

In Chocolate, you see the other eight girls put their own loneliness aside and their concern for Tiffany is more than touching, it’s inspiring. Taeyeon worries about Tiffany a lot, because Tiffany doesn’t take care of herself. This is the girl that so many misunderstand and hate because they think she’s selfish. She has no quit in her. The story about how she took her cast off early, because she couldn’t stand to not be dancing with her sisters, that’s Tiffany. Singing herself hoarse, every time, disregarding the health of her voice for live performances to the point where she hospitalized, that’s Tiffany. Re-watch the interview that took place right after their first solo concert. Look at Tiffany’s face. Normally so enthusiastic and alive, she was drained, beyond exhausted. Totally limp. She’d left it all out there.

The rest of the girls have the control to hold a little bit back, so they’re not hammered flat, but Tiffany doesn’t know anything less than 110% effort. She’s not the best vocalist or the best dancer, but no one works harder than her.

Because Tiffany comes from a different culture, she adds a depth to the relationships within the group. Korea is a highly stratified culture. To be socially acceptable, everyone has to follow the forms of etiquette and respect. Because she was unfamiliar with them she was an easy target. Oh, she’s rude. Oh, she’s ignorant. She should know better. She doesn’t care. This born and raised Valley Girl, castigated for not being perfect… If you hate her, just for one second, put yourself in her shoes and try the thought that she isn’t malicious or uncaring. Just, for a moment, think that she’s human and capable of mistakes. Think, for a moment, that this is important to her, that this is her dream and that she tries very hard, that she works very hard. Just try that.

Now she knows the proper forms, now she’s very careful of what she says and how she says it. Always greeting, always cheerful with that smile from heaven, that’s Tiffany. The flip side to that is she knows how to break down the walls within the group. Within the group, she’s the casual and loud American cousin, etiquette be damned. That strengthens the already incredible bonds that we can see. She’s a momma for Seohyun, an English tutor and sister for everyone else, and wife to the Byuntae. She’s the manager that looks out for everyone’s image, and she’s always the ready spokesperson, flashing that megawatt smile.

About that smile. Once she said that she was tired of smiling, because it had become second nature and her shoulders hurt from overuse because she never stinted or calculated the effort. It had become automatic. But understand that her smile is her only defense. Watch her smile and try to be angry. Impossible. Sheerly impossible. But as SONEs, try to comprehend the girl, the woman, the angel behind that smile. Weary. Hopeful. Human.

Lastly, to understand Tiffany, I think it’s important to understand the scars she carries from losing her mom. I can’t begin to understand what that feels like, but I think I can appreciate her hunger for belonging. She said when she was a trainee, she didn’t really think about her family, didn’t miss them, didn’t regret choosing this path. It was only when she debuted, when the prize was in front of her, that she felt the void. She knew then that achieving this monumental success was empty without someone to share it with. The years of ignoring and pushing away the need for a family really smashed into her. That’s why we’ve seen her confront, acknowledge and finally accept what losing her mom did to her. You know what Soshi means to her? Everything.

How can anyone not love Tiffany? Seriously.

Happy birthday Stephanie, MiYoung and Tiffany, our brighter than mushrooms angel. May the doubters understand you better in the coming year. May the hard times be behind you. May you face new challenges with an unforced smile and the support and love of your sisters, friends, family and SONEs. Never doubt that we understand.

Tiff4Best @ S2i

Auratus @ SSF

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So Nyuh Shi Dae


When they first debuted, nine of them were always holding hands, and wanted to finish up the extremely long slogan every time: ‘Right now it’s Girls’ Generation! From now on it’s Girls’ Generation! Forever Girls’ Generation!’

See, it’s “Forever”.

When they first debuted, they had a special dream, more enthusiastic than anyone, more innocent than anyone.

Maybe it is because when you are still a trainee, all you can hope for is to debut. Once you have debuted, it is like half of your dream has been fulfilled. For them, when they were only eighteen or nineteen, ‘DEBUT’ is everything for them. They did not actually think of ‘forever’, did they?

Therefore, in 2007, the slogan was so fluently spoken by them. Right now, from now on, forever.

Did you notice? For now, SNSD of 2010, they did not speak the last 2 sentences of the slogan anymore.

“Right now it’s Girls’ Generation!”
Merely with this slogan, it made SNSD and SONEs nearly in tears. What they can guarantee for us, is only “right now”.

Of course, you can say they are just debuted for too long, they will not chant the long slogan every time. But who can guarantee a ‘forever’ in entertainment industry? Especially for groups/bands, especially for girl groups. You know, I know, they know. It is just we are closing our mouth, we dare not to reveal the truth.

And hence, they have changed from ‘We will still be singing together even if we grew up to ahjummas’, to ‘We will still be SNSD even if we get married, we will still be SNSD even if we are not living together’, slowly.

The girls in 2007 had grown up, and became adults, became matured and realistic/knowing* women.

*The word ‘世故’ in Chinese has the meaning of ‘knowing’, literally means ‘experienced or shrewd prematurely (chiefly derogatory)’, but I think the author is trying to say our girls have learned through many difficulties and therefore become more careful and prudent before taking any actions.

Their dreams were not debuting anymore,
they want their ordinary dreams to be fulfilled too.
They want to be in a relationship,
they want to get married,
they want to give birth to child,
they want to build their own families.

Someone wants to be an actress,
someone wants to do variety shows.

The road in future, actually we know, we understand, we can even see the so-called future.

Therefore,
everyone SONE wishes to reverse the time,
to accompany our girls more, and more.

I always listen from SONEs that they regret for knowing SNSD too late, they hope they could know SNSD in 2007, and accompany SNSD to pull through the difficulties in 2008……

“Let the time to be reversed.”
Or even there are people saying “Let the time stops at year 2007, the year when our girls still having no worries and annoyance.”

Yes, I did think of it too.

I have been seeing others said that us, SONEs got scared by antis, until we are so cautious and careful in doing anything else…..

Yes, we are doing things as if we are skating on thin ice, but it does not mean we are cowards. We endure, just because our SNSD is enduring too.

Oh, this world, the world which cannot tolerates honesty, such a small circle, with various types of people.
Kim Tae Yeon, who was getting disturbed by her sunbae on phone at nights, can you imagine how she endures it?

Here saying “no manners”, there saying “they are just depending on their popular sunbaes”, it is so difficult for our girls to behave, and thus SONEs can sense, our girls are more careful than before when they are talking, and they are so careful until we feel it is so cruel for them.

There are many words that did not get spilt out, we can see through it from their eyes, a lot of disputes, a lot of afflicts, they wanted to say, but because of fears, they just endure it like there is nothing happening.

And because of that, we wish to get them back to the space time even more.

The time that there are only members.
The time that there is only ‘debuting’.
The time that there is only ‘Into The New World’.
The time that there are only laughters by SoShi, when they first moved into their dorms and making noises for having a party.

Just that you know, I know.
It cannot be. It cannot be.

If SoShi stops at ‘Into The New World’ era, we would not get a chance to know about them;

If SoShi always laughs like there is nothing for them to worry about, they would not be like how they did on “Deep Talk with Park Junghoon”, when they are facing those difficult questions, giving neat answers, with easy smiles.

If SoShi did not move on, SoShi and us would have to be separated, they would be still living in the past, while we are being in future. We cannot have interactions with each other, forever.

Don’t be infatuated with the past.

LOLI* needs to grow up, certainly our SNSD needs to grow up too. SONEs, too.

*In Japan, the term ‘LOLI’ describes an attraction to underage/childlike girls, or an individual with such an attraction.

You have the rights to love Taeyeon with black hair in 2007,
or to love such a real TaeYul in 2007,
or to love Sooyoung with darker skin compared to today as if they are totally different persons in 2007.

But, please,
do not tell them “You-all were better before.*”

*Author’s meaning should be ‘I love SNSD in the past more’.

So Nyuh Shi Dae has already debuted for 1000 days,
and these thousand days,
they used up their tears, they worked up a sweat, and got through it step by step.
If you say, they are ‘better’ in 2007, it is seriously a heartless remark, and denied all efforts they’ve been paid so far.

So Nyuh Shi Dae, always has nothing ‘the best’ currently, because they want to show their best in the coming-soon-future.

They did not back off.

In 2008, they did not stop when they were antied, and now they still did not stop when they are receiving loves from many people, they are still moving on.

They are going to Japan, do not ask them “Stay back here!”, you should know or improve or retard.
When they are still finding a point that they can break through from a girl to a woman, do not stop them.

The youth they have spent, we did receive it, didn’t we?

If we are contented with ‘Into The New World’, ‘Gee’ would not exist.

If we are contented with the 9 consecutive crowns achieved by ‘Gee’, do we still have future?

We love SoShi in 2007, because they are innocent and pure,
We love SoShi in 2008, because they are endurable and strong,
We love SoShi in 2009, because they are humble and mature,
We love SoShi in 2010, because they are moving on.

If I have been said, oh my time, please stop,
right now I wish to tell you, oh my time, please move on.
The things in the past will be dust and sand*.
The things happening now will be my memories forever.
The things happen in future, I am anticipating you(time) to make it true.

*It means that the past will always be the past, we cannot help but just to move on because the past cannot be changed, just let it be.

When we say we will be with SNSD forever,
how can we be contented with what we are having now?
SONEs with SoShi forever.
Where SoShi is, where SONEs will be.

I Hope SNSD will be making progress in debuting successfully in Japan.
I pray for you.

CSone

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