SNSD Girls’ Generation‘s upcoming comeback is so big, it could very well be their biggest ever. Not only will they be releasing a new studio album, it has also been revealed that they’ve got not one, not 2, but 3 (T-H-R-E-E) music videos lined up to knock SONEs off their feet!

On 27th June, it was rumoured that the now 8-member K-Pop idol girl group’s comeback has finally reached its final stages with the completion of their music video production. You might have seen SNSD member Tiffany dropping hints and uploading pictures on Instagram from the shooting location in Koh Samui, Thailand.


Helmed by Johnny Brothers’ director Hong Won Ki, the filming took place between 10th – 14th June.


Known for his visually stunning music video productions, Hong Won Ki previously impressed with Seo Tai Ji‘s “Moai” in 2009. His resume also includes working with artistes such as TVXQ‘s “Something”, BEAST‘s “Shock”, SECRET‘s “Madonna”, f(x)‘s “Rum Pum Pum Pum”, and more.

Fun fact: Hong Won Ki worked with SNSD Girls’ Generation for their music videos “The Boys” in 2011 and “I Got A Boy” in 2013.

SNSD Girls' Generation 2015

No specific date has been set for the girls’ comeback yet but what we do know is that their comeback is scheduled for sometime in July. The last time SNSD Girls’ Generation planned a summer comeback, it was way back in June 2009 when they released “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)”. Considering the fact that they’ve got 3 music videos lined up (does this mean 3 title tracks too?), the South Korean hotties might just outdo themselves this time around 😉

We’ll leave you now with their latest release, “Catch Me If You Can”:

Let’s not forget that there was also a leaked “Catch Me If You Can” version which includes former member Jessica Jung here.

Sources: Koreaboo, allkpop.

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