CeCi: Did you like the stage concept for ‘I Got A Boy’?
Sooyoung: We threw our heels off for the first time in a while. I really liked it. It wasn’t difficult at all dancing. I was jealous, thinking, ‘So this is what it’s like for male singers’. I think all of us are going to say we don’t want to wear heels for our next album, too.
CeCi: Of the responses towards the new song, what things might Girls’ Generation and the general public agree and disagree on?
Sooyoung: Something we agreed on was that it’s more appealing watching the performance, too, rather than just listening to the song alone. There were a lot of opinions regarding the lyrics, but personally, I like lyrics with clear themes, so I have pride in our song. I hope we will release more lyrics that you have to listen to carefully in the future.
CeCi: You revealed your dream of emceeing a talk show through various interviews. Do you normally have a lot of interest in people?
Sooyoung: I have a lot of interest, and I also like conversations. For instance, if something bothers you, there’s a really big difference between talking about it right away and letting it pass or not. Because if you’re asked, ‘What I said earlier, did it bother you?’, you get the response, ‘It honestly did a bit, but thanks for saying it.’ I feel the power of a conversation at times like that, even more so when I’m with my members. To me, Girls’ Generation isn’t simply a place that gives me money or fame, but a place where I study life. Bumping into one another, and adjusting to things one at a time. There’s no better [subject of] study than this. I learn the most things in the small world of Girls’ Generation.( Collapse )Sources: ceci.joinsmsn.com; Translated by: ch0sshi@soshified; Edited by: taengsoshi@soshified, gjak1117@soshified
seohyun's grown up a lot but i'm glad her values and likes are still the same lol