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On MBC Yoo Jaesuk and Kim Wonhee's Come to Play, Girls' Generation members Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, and Sooyoung revealed what happened during their "SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR in PARIS" on June 10-11.
Today, on the 22nd, several artists from SM Entertainment went to the recording of Come to Play at the MBC Dream Center, Gyeonggi-do, Ilsan. This special episode's theme is "We Came to Paris".
It was brought up that not more than 30 fans came to the Charles de Gaulle airport to welcome Girls' Generation to Paris. The behind-the-scenes story about this issue will be revealed on this episode.
The SM Entertainment artists who will be present in this episode are the four members of Girls' Generation, f(x)'s Sulli and Krystal, Super Junior's Leeteuk, Eunhyuk, Shindong, and Yesung, as well as TVXQ's Max Changmin.
Last week, the Come to Play crew gathered some questions through Twitter and Facebook, enabling fans all around the world to participate in the show.
This episode of Come to Play will be broadcasted on the 27th of June.
Source: Sports Hankook
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Girls’ Generation has achieved a major breakthrough as a foreign artist in the Oricon charts. The 9 members of Korean girl group Girls’ Generation have topped the “1st Half of 2011 Oricon Ranking” in the foreign artist category with record earnings of 2.6 billion yen in total sales. The girls were also placed 5th overall, after top Japanese artists like AKB48 and EXILE.
Girls’ Generation started off the year with the release of their 3rd single “MR. TAXI/Run Devil Run” which was released on April 27th. They sold more than 150,000 copies for that single alone, and continued to make their mark with their self titled 1st Japanese album, “Girls’ Generation”, selling more than 326,000 in album sales.
Fellow Korean artists like KARA and Tohoshinki were also mentioned as having made significant milestones. The former was ranked 6th on the charts, while Tohoshinki was ranked at 15th.
After breaking the 100,000 mark in album sales after only 2 days, and with their ongoing successful Japan Arena Tour, it's clear that Girls' Generation has no plans to slow down with promotions.
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