Girls' Generation celebrates their 5th anniversary of debut

Kim Dong-Joo
STAR N News7 August 2012
Girls' Generation celebrates their 5th anniversary of debut

Girls' Generation made comments about the 5th anniversary of their debut.

On 5th, Girls' Generation celebrated the 5th anniversary of their debut, and left messages for the fans on their official website.

Soo Young wrote, "August 5th, 2007. I was so nervous, but everything turned out great, and it's been 5 years since then. Girls' Generation are now 5 year olds, and until we become 50 year olds, we want to dream with you."

TaeYeon also said, "A lot of people celebrated us during our SM TOWN show at Tokyo, and I could be even happier because I was with the members. As much as you guys cheered for us, we will do better. Please keep your love and support! I love you!"

On 6th, Tiffany also wrote, "I can't wait to see what we will achieve together. Thank you and I love you so much. Happy 5th."

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