9 Facts About Girls' Generation

1. In 2011 and 2012, the members of Girls' Generation combined were the South Korean celebrities who shot the most number of commercials.

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2. Since 2007, Girls' Generation has consistently ranked in the top five of Gallup Korea's "Artist of the Year" and topped the list from 2009 to 2011.

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3. In July 2017, Girls' Generation announced the release of their sixth Korean-language studio album to commemorate the group's tenth anniversary.

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4. With this achievement, Girls' Generation became the first South Korean girl group to hold a fourth concert tour.

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5. In December 2012, Girls' Generation released "Dancing Queen"—a remake of British singer Duffy's "Mercy"—as the lead single from their then-upcoming 2013 Korean studio album.

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6. In May 2012, Girls' Generation was certified million by the RIAJ, denoting shipments of one million copies in the country—it became the first album by a South Korean girl group and the second by a South Korean act to earn such achievement.

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7. In September 2010, Girls' Generation released the Japanese version of "Genie" as their debut single in Japan.

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8. In July 2007, Girls' Generation had their first stage performance on Mnet's School of Rock, where the group performed their first single, "Into the New World".

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9. In 2017, Girls' Generation released their sixth Korean studio album, Holiday Night, to commemorate the group's tenth debut anniversary.

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