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Tiffany, who would spit out the words “extremely” or “diligently” after every other word, gives off a positive energy like an aura. There are some things you can realize by just looking at her. Unseen efforts could also be seen behind her bright face. With just a few days until her birthday, the shooting time spent with Tiffany, who was chosen as this season’s “Bean Pole” accessory muse, as expected, was a delight.
1st Look: First, I’m curious about what you’ve been up to lately.
Tiffany: While promoting as ‘Girls’ Generation-TTS’ during the beginning of the year, I prepared for our newly released Japanese single album, ‘PAPARAZZI’. Now that our Japanese promotions have resumed, I’ve been going to and from Korea and Japan.
1st Look: Your birthday is on August 1st. Happy early birthday. What have you done on your past birthdays?
Tiffany: That’s right. Thank you. A few days after my birthday, it will be Girls’ Generation’s 5th anniversary. Because my birthday has always been in the same month as our anniversary, it is usually the most grand and showy amongst the members. The fans give me a lot of presents too. (laugh) While doing all our work according to schedule, I’ve been going to eat yummy foods and playing with my members lately. I want to spend this year’s [birthday] a little more specially, so please recommend some good ideas.
1st Look: Today’s photoshoot was conducted with a ‘lovely’ and ‘dandy’ concept, but I heard that you decided on the styling concept yourself.
Tiffany: During a meeting with Girls’ Generation’s head stylist, Seo Sookyung, this was the last concept that came up. I thought it would be fun to show a sexy yet lovely, girlish look, along with a cute, boyish feel and mannish look. I actually had a bob [haircut] when we first debuted. I received a lot of love for my epicene charms during that time. I wanted to show people a side of me through this photoshoot that I haven’t been able to show.
1st Look: In the photoshoot, you experienced various styles that you wouldn’t normally come across. It was an area of work different from when you take the stage as a Girls’ Generation member. What type of attitude did you have going into this?
Tiffany: Um… It wasn’t too different. Even when preparing for a performance, I’m the type that checks everything in detail, from one to ten. Along with the makeup and hair, I also check the outfit’s details and material. Getting on stage up until now has given me a lot of practice. Now, time has passed and I am able to digest mature concepts too, so I’ve become able to work things out in a more fun way. And so, this time is fun and very enjoyable.