Posts Tagged ‘Japanese’

HNSD performed “Gee”

September 29, 2010


SNSD’s popularity continues to spread in Japan and recently (September 26th), a video showing a group of 11 Japanese girls who were dubbed as “Japanese Girls’ Generation” appeared on YouTube.

In the video, the 11 Japanese girls put on an impressive dance performance of SNSD’s hit “Gee” which earned them the title “Japanese Girls’ Generation” from netizens in Korea Republic and Japan.

The girls who called themselves “Ho Nyeo Shi Dae (法女時代)” made parodies of SNSD and have garnered a lot of attentions from netizens and media.

Netizens who saw the videos commented:

-”SNSD want more than just conquering the Oricon chart”
-”It looks like SNSD are really popular in Japan”
-”I’m proud that they are enjoying more popularity in Japan”

Here’s the video clip of “Ho Nyeo Shi Dae”.

What do you think of their performance?

Credit: todaykorea.co.kr/tinshio@YouTube

Learn to sing Genie Japanese Version!

September 7, 2010

You can either follow subbed-MV version (you’ll need keen and quick eyes, trust me)

or, you can take your time going through the lyrics down here, memorize it and sing along while you’re doing the dance.

Taeyeon: 「Oyobi desuka?」ne iikaketa SOS ha majida

Jessica: Hora masani kokode sunaojanakya

Jessica: Nanika negaunara kimito koini ochita GENIEyo

Seohyun&Yoona: Kireigoto tteyorimo jikochu nohouga mashine

Seohyun&Yoona: mazuwa iwanakya wakan naidesho

Yuri: Kotobawa igainimo maryokuwo himeteruno shoujikina kiminoyumewa?

Souyo konohoshiwa omoidori futarinara nozomidori

Miraisaemo omitooshi kanaeteageru

Kokoni iruwa(I’m Genie for you,boy)

Kimimo kureba(I’m Genie for you wish)

Sukini nareba(I’m Genie for you dream)

Motto nareba(I’m Genie for your world)

Tiffany: 「Kakugodekita?」Taikutsu nandesho onajihibiwa

Sunny: Maeni susumunara musiro hadena

Sunny: Tsuyokino Gosigh kimiwa SuperStar,Shining Star,SuperStar

Seohyun&Hyoyeon: Tsujitsuma awasuyouni unmeini tobinotte

Seohyun&Hyoyeon: Kinomukuhoe drive desho

Tiffany: Sekaiwa igainimo tanjun ni dekiteruno

Tiffany: Naishodayo I’m just your biggest fan.

Souyo konohoshiwa omoidori futarinara nozomidori

Miraisaemo omitooshi kanaeteageru

Kokoni iruwa(I’m Genie for you,boy)

Kimimo kureba(I’m Genie for your wish)

Sukini naruwa(I’m Genie for your dream)

Motto nareba(I’m Genie for your world)

Kuseni naruwa

Tiffany: DJ! Put it back on

Marude chikyuugiwo mawasuyouni kisekisae tejundori

Romantic ga hoshiinara kanaeteageru gutto kuruwa

Konomunewo kogasu Music hajimariwa Automatic

Tada hitori kimiwa Magic kanaetehoshii

Backgound voice (Taeyeon): Tada kimiga negaisae sureba

Background voice (Taeyeon): Sou jiyuuni naritai

Background voice (Taeyeon): Tada kimiga negaisae sureba

Background voice (Taeyeon): Mou hanaretakunaiyo

Kokoni iruwa(I’m Genie for you,boy)

Kimimo kureba(I’m Genie for your wish)

Sukini nareba(I’m Genie for your dream)

Motto nareba(I’m Genie for your world)

Kitto naruwa(I’m Genie for you,boy)

Sukini nareba

Kuseni naruwa

Lyrics written by: Takumi

Credits: Takumi’s Generation/KBSkpopTV@YouTube

Who is the “Tigress” teacher in SNSD?

September 6, 2010

Ahead of their debut in Japan on September 8th, the girls are learning Japanese and a ‘fearsome’ teacher has appeared among the Soshi and she is none other than maknae Seohyun who has been learning Japanese longer than other members of the group.

Being active in Japan during her younger days and fluent in Japanese, the agency expected Sooyoung to teach the language to her sisters. Her method did not work and in fact turned out to be rather ‘frustrating’(for teacher and the students, I guess..:P). However, unlike Sooyoung, Seohyun “The Tigress” teacher has a very different approach to educate her 8 elder sisters.

SM Entertainment representative said,”Sooyoung told the members that she recommended a “grazing-type” learning method for them. Sooyoung’s idea is basically the learning-from-experience type. Rather, it is the maknae, Seohyun who consistently teaches and checks the girls’ Japanese language.”

SNSD’s upcoming debut in Japan garners a lot of interests from media and they have been featured on various TV programs and daily news coverage.

Credits: Newsen.com

SNSD bring more than just wave to Japan

August 18, 2010

Not only did SNSD help spreading the Kpop and hallyu wave to Japan, they in fact brought a storm to the land of the rising sun. Even before their debut in Japan, SNSD has started their record breaking feat. I guess we are all aware that breaking records is not something new to the girls and fanwonder.com foresees the trend to go on in Japan. This time, they are placed Top 5 in Japanese DVD sales, making SNSD the first Kpop group to ever achieve the feat. This is a report translated by Soshified:

The Korean 9 member group with beautiful legs, SNSD sold 23,000 copies of their first Japanese DVD “SNSD Arrival~Arrival in Japan Commemoration Disc~ New Beginning of Girls’ Generation” in their first week. They will place 4th for total DVD sales on the August 23rd weekly DVD ranking. SNSD is the first Korean female group that has made it into the total (DVD) top 5. Out of people who have entered the top 5 ranking with their 1st DVDs, Korean female artist BoA placed there 7 years and 5 months ago with “8 Films & more”. Foreign female group The 12 Girls (from China) placed in the top 5 with their first DVD “The 12 Girls ~ First Premium Concert in Japan~” 6 years and 7 months ago.

fanwonder.com just can’t wait to hear more record breaking achievements from our girls in Japan! がんばって!!

Credits: Kanki@Soshified