Girls’ Generation Makes A Comeback For Their 15th Anniversary

The legendary South Korean girl group will reunite in August.

Girls’ Generation is gearing up for its 15th anniversary. To mark this milestone, the group will drop a new album in August. This will be their seventh studio album following the release of “Holiday Night” in 2017. All the members are reportedly on board for their upcoming comeback.

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“The legends are back!” proclaimed their official Twitter account.

Formed by SM Entertainment, Girls’ Generation debuted in 2007 with the EP Into the New World. They dominated the charts with hits like “Genie” (2009), “The Boys” (2011), “I Got A Boy” (2013), “Mr. Mr.” (2014), and “Lion Heart” (2015).

The group had nine members until Jessica Jung’s departure in 2014. Seohyun, Sooyoung, and Tiffany left three years later. Although each of them went solo, they remained members of Girls’ Generation. In 2020, Taeyeon renewed her contract with SM Entertainment. So did Hyoyeon, Sunny, Yoona, and Yuri.

The last time all eight members were together was when they appeared on Yoo Quiz on the Block in 2021.

But thanks to this comeback, SONEs can expect them to make more public appearances as a full group!

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