4:03 pm - 02/15/2010

seohyun's confession: lyrics to 'oh!' make her cringe

SNSD's Seohyun confessed about the new song 'Oh!' in the recent recorded episode.

In the recent recording of SBS 'Kang Shim Jang,' Seohyun confessed, "I had a very difficult time recording the part that says 'Oppa Saranghae [Oppa, I love you]'. Although I practised several times beforehand, I just couldn't get myself to sing that part when we went in the recording room." After letting out a huge sigh, Seohyun continued, "I couldn't do it because the lyrics were just too much!"

When MC Kang Hodong made a special request to her to sing the song for him, Seohyun let out a huge sigh and didn't know what to do, displaying her innocent and cute maknae image, which caused everyone to burst into laughter.

On the other hand, SNSD's Sooyoung, who also appeared as a guest, commented, "In contrast, I was told to over-exaggerate my part!" Sooyoung then sang her over-exaggerated version of 'Oh!' which caused everyone to explode into laughter. On this day, each SNSD members revealed a cutesy expression of themselves, and also tried to imitate the expressions of other members.

The show will air on February 16th.

translated by Glucose @ SSF

Excited to hear Sooyoung's over-exaggerated version. Seobaby, ilu, but this is getting kind of ridiculous.
turdferguson 16th-Feb-2010 12:46 am (UTC)
sorry to butt into this conversation but the other day i was considering that she may be swinging a different way nahmsaying? which isn't a bad thing at all, i think it would be very interesting and cool. or that it could all be an act like you said.
invisibelle 16th-Feb-2010 12:54 am (UTC)
in which case I would be both jealous that she gets to spend so much time in the changing room with 8 of the hottest girls in korea... and simultaneously sad for her that her interest probably wouldn't be reciprocated.

plus i don't think korea is one of the best places in the world to be gay :(

but my bet is still on "act" - SM has refined these girls' images so much...

Edited at 2010-02-16 12:55 am (UTC)
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