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"Into The New World" (Hangul: 다시 만난 세계; RR: Dasi Mannan Segye) is the debut single by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was written by Kim Jeongbae and produced by Kenzie. It was released on August 3, 2007, by S.M. Entertainment and distribuited by Genie Music, and on August 6 as a physical copy. It was later included on Girls' Generation's debut album (2007). The group has performed "Into The New World" in a number of live performances on music programs and in all of their Asian concert tours. It was part of the encore of the The First Japan Arena Tour (2011), Girls' Generation Tour (2011) and Girls' Generation World Tour Girls & Peace (2013); the group also performed the song during Girls' Generation Asia Tour (2009) and as a remixed version during Phantasia (2015). "Into The New World" won the first music show trophy as for the song and group on October 11, 2007, on Mnet's M Countdown. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Into_the_New_World_(song)
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The music video features a small amount of dance scenes. The video starts with a plane landing, followed by a silhouette of the girls forming a line and then dancing. During this, text appears saying “Into the New World, Or Not.. It’s Up to Your Choice.. ”. Throughout the music video, it shows the girls doing activities, either alone or coupled with another member. The activities done by the girls are:

- Yoona is designing clothes for a boutique.

- Taeyeon is flying a light aircraft with Sooyoung accompanying her. In the video, the light aircraft Taeyeon flies is broken, and she attempts to repair it, with Sooyoung praying. The light aircraft is successfully repaired and both of them are happy. In the last part of this scene, Sooyoung is seen chasing Taeyeon's light aircraft.

- Yuri is a barista, and she is seen making a latte. In one scene, she puts a pot of flowers onto a desk.

- Hyoyeon is purchasing a pair of white training shoes at a department store, after which she dances on a stairway.

- Sunny and Jessica are making graffiti. The graffiti says en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Into_the_New_World_(song)#Music_video " width="100" height="100">
"Girls' Generation" written and produced by Lee Seung-Chul and Song Jae Jun, was released on November 1, 2007. It was the lead single for the group's debut album, Girls' Generation. The music video for "Girls' Generation" was released on November 1. To celebrate this cover, Lee Seung Chul appeared on KM M!Countdown with the girls performing the song. The song was also used in episode 76 of You Are My Destiny, a drama series that starred Yoona. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls'_Generation_(song)
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"Kissing You" is the third single by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation, from their debut album, Girls' Generation (2007). Released in early 2008, the single hit number one on both SBS's The Music Trend and Mnet's M! Countdown. The song was also the "Song of the Month" in February 2008 on KBS's Music Bank. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_You_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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The music video featured a cameo from Super Junior's Donghae as the shared love interest. The video followed a candy theme, with the group members dressed in white and dancing whilst holding a lollipop (both concepts that also feature in live performances of the song, including covers by other groups.) The music video was released on January 14, 2008.

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"Baby Baby" is the fourth single from album Girls' Generation and later became a title track of its repackaged version with the same name by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released on March 17, 2008 through SM Entertainment. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_Baby_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Gee" is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. The original Korean version was released as a single from their extended play of the same name on January 5, 2009. Written by Ahn Myung-won and Kim Young-deuk, "Gee" is primarily a bubblegum pop and electropop song with elements of hip hop and techno that lyrically talks about the girls' affections when they are in love. The single was a success in the group's native country, claiming the top spot on Music Bank for a record-breaking nine consecutive weeks and on Inkigayo for three weeks. It was the best-selling single of 2009 in South Korea. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gee_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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There are three full music videos for the Korean version of Gee. The video with the storyline was released on January 7, 2009. It features the girls as mannequins in a store who come to life after the employee closes and leaves the store. Shinee member Minho plays the employee. At the end of the video, the girls run away as they're mannequins and Minho comes in and looks at a work board. The dance scenes show the girls dancing in a white room wearing different colored shorts. The other two videos are dance versions of the music video. The first one shows the girls dancing in the store, without the en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gee_(Girls'_Generation_song)#Music_video " width="100" height="100">
"Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)" (Hangul: 소원을 말해봐; RR: Sowoneul malhaebwa) is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their second extended play (EP) of the same name (2009). It was released on June 22, 2009 as a single from the EP. Written by Dsign Music, Fridolin Nordso Schjoldan, and Yoo Young-jin, and produced by Young-jin, the song is the group's first collaboration with Western composers and producers, which was later encouraged towards their future music. Musically, "Genie" carried on the group's phase of bubblegum pop music from their debut. Lyrically, the song discusses the elements of love and relationships, alongside granting the wishes of their partner. It received generally positive reviews from music critics, many of whom highlighted the track as one of the highlights on the EP. The single was well received domestically, achieving the top spots on music programs Inkigayo and Music Bank. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tell_Me_Your_Wish_(Genie)_(song)
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The choreographer was Rino Nakasone Razalan.

The teaser video was released at 9:20 p.m. (KST) on June 19, 2009. Later, the original video was released on June 26, 2009. In the music video, Yoona appears first sitting in a large lamp, the other members sitting around her. The music video cuts back and forth between the group performing the choreography and scenes from three separate rooms occupied by three different members each. Yoona, Yuri and Jessica are in a large pink bedroom, Tiffany, Taeyeon and Sunny are in a disco bar, while Sooyoung and Hyoyeon are in a room there is a large cake from which Seohyun then pops out. The girls wear white uniforms and perform on a long runway-like stage with a large heart in the background, while on the other they are in khaki uniforms with the words en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tell_Me_Your_Wish_(Genie)_(song)#Music_video " width="100" height="100">
"Oh!" is the lead single from Oh!, the second studio album by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. The single was digitally released on January 25, 2010 and came to be a huge hit song in South Korea. The group used a cheerleader concept for the song's promotional activities. The song hit #1 on various charts, and won several times on the Korean music chart shows Music Bank and The Music Trend. The song ranked #4 on Gaon Chart Top 10 Digital Songs of the Year and it was also the second best selling single in that year, selling over 3.3 million copies. Music site Monkey3 named "Oh!" the best song in 2010. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh!_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Run Devil Run" is a song by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. The original Korean version was released on March 17, 2010 as a single from Run Devil Run (2010), the reissue of their 2010 studio album Oh!. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Run_Devil_Run_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)" A Japanese-language version of the song was recorded for the group's eponymous Japanese debut album and was released as their debut single in Japan in August 2011. It was a commercial success in the country, peaking at number four on the Oricon Singles Chart and number eight on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart. The single received certifications by the Recording Industry Association of Japan on three platforms–physical sales (gold), digital sales (platinum), and chaku-uta (platinum). The song was included on the setlists of Girls' Generation's several concert tours, including Into the New World (2010), The First Japan Arena Tour (2011), and Girls' Generation Tour (2011). Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tell_Me_Your_Wish_(Genie)_(song)
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"Gee" A Japanese version was written by Kanata Nakamura and was later released as the group's second single in Japan in October 2010 in conjunction with their foray into the Japanese music scene. The single peaked at number two on the Oricon Singles Chart and number one on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart, and received certifications from the Recording Industry Association of Japan on four bases–physical single (gold), digital download (platinum), chaku-uta (double platinum), and full-length chaku-uta (million). "Gee" has been widely recognized as a K-pop standard and considered as the leader in modern Korean bubblegum pop trends. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gee_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Hoot" (Hangul: 훗) is the lead single from Hoot, the third EP of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It became the ninth hit song for the group, topping various off- and online charts. "Hoot" was released on October 25, 2010. A Japanese-language version was also released on their first Japanese album, Girls' Generation on June 1, 2011. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoot_(song)
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The music video contains two settings: a white room and a black room. Throughout the video, there are scenes of the girls dancing in the black room dressed in black short suits with pink belts and high boots and in the white room dressed in golden suits with silver boots, but also in the beginning the girls are seen dancing in an elevator. In the music video are individual close-ups of their own unique personality.

The music video featured a parody of James Bond films' gun barrel sequence with a runtime of 34 seconds, and sampled Monty Norman & John Barry's score.

The music video was released on October 28, 2010. A member of boy band Super Junior, Choi Siwon, appeared in the role of a Bond-like guy as a cameo. The video's runtime is 4:13.

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"Run Devil Run" A Japanese version was released digitally on January 25, 2011 by Nayutawave Records, and was later released as a double A-side single with "Mr. Taxi" on April 23, 2011 as the third single from their Japanese self-titled debut studio album. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Run_Devil_Run_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Mr. Taxi" is the first original Japanese song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released as a double A-side single with the Japanese version of "Run Devil Run" on April 27, 2011 as the third single from the group's eponymous debut Japanese album. Written by Allison Veltz, Paolo Prudencio, Chan Royce, and Scott Mann, and produced by STY, "Mr. Taxi" is an electropop and R&B song. A Korean version was later recorded and included on the group's reissue of their 2011 Korean album The Boys. "Mr. Taxi" was a commercial success in Japan; it became the group's first single to sell 100,000 physical units in its first week of release. The single peaked at number two on the Oricon Singles Chart, number five on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart, and number one on the Japan Hot 100. It received certifications from the Recording Industry Association of Japan on four bases–physical sales (gold), digital sales (platinum), chaku-uta (double platinum), and full-length chaku-uta (double platinum). "Mr. Taxi" was also successful in Taiwan, on whose record chart it charted at number three. The Korean version peaked at number nine on the Gaon Digital Chart and sold over 1.5 million digital units in South Korea in 2011. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Taxi
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"The Boys" is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their third Korean language studio album with the same name. It was produced by Teddy Riley, Teasung Kim, DOM, and Richard Garcia. The Korean version was released on October 18, 2011, by S.M. Entertainment as the lead single from the album. An English version was subsequently released in the United States on December 20, 2011, by Interscope Records and Universal Music Group in order to expand the group's popularity outside their native country. "The Boys" is a dance-pop, electropop and R&B song with elements of hip hop that lyrically discusses female attractiveness. Following the release of "The Boys", Girls' Generation appeared on several South Korean music programs including Music Bank, Show! Music Core, Inkigayo, and M Countdown. To further promote the song to American audiences, the group performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 19, 2011, and made their debut on US television with appearances on Late Show with David Letterman and Live! with Kelly and Michael in February 2012. A music video for the song was directed by Hong Won-ki and choreographed by Rino Nakasone and was released on October 19, 2011. "The Boys" was a success domestically. It peaked atop the South Korean Gaon Digital Chart and sold over three million digital copies in 2011, becoming the 43rd best-performing single on the chart of the year. Internationally, the single received generally positive reviews from music critics, who complimented the song as one of the highlights of the Korean Wave. In the United States, it managed to sell over 21,000 copies in its first week of release and peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales, while in Japan, the single peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Boys_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Paparazzi" is a song recorded in the Japanese language by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their second Japanese-language studio album, Girls & Peace (2012). It was released as the album's lead single on June 27, 2012. Written by Fredrik Thomander, Johan Becker, and Junji Ishiwatari, and produced by Miles Walker, the track was described as an electropop and R&B song. To promote the single, Girls' Generation appeared on Japanese music programs Music Station and Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ, while a music video for the song directed by Toshiyuki Suzuki premiered on June 10, 2012 in order to accompany the release of the song. Upon its release, "Paparazzi" received mixed reviews from music critics, who compared the song to the group's previous Japanese-language single "Mr. Taxi" in 2011. The track was ranked number 19 on Spin's list of top 20 K-pop songs of 2012. The single was a commercial success in Japan, peaking atop the Japan Hot 100 and at number two on both the Oricon Singles Chart and RIAJ Digital Track Chart. "Paparazzi" was certified Gold in Japan for the sales of the single's digital and physical release, respectively. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paparazzi_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Oh!" was remade as a Japanese song for the group's second single titled, "Oh!", from their second Japanese album Girls & Peace.. It was their fifth Japanese single. The music video for "Oh!" was released on September 14, 2012. Promotion for the single began on Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ. The single ranked highly among Japanese music charts, clinching the top spot on the Oricon Daily and Weekly single chart as well as the top spot on the Japanese Hot 100. The single was released with the song, "All My Love Is for You", on September 26, 2012, with an accompanying music video premiering on September 14, 2012. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh!_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Flower Power" is the sixth Japanese single released by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. The single was released on November 14, 2012, via digital download on iTunes Japan, with a limited physical release on November 21, 2012. It serves as the third single from their second Japanese studio album, Girls & Peace (2012). Despite limited release, "Flower Power" sold 29,000 copies in its first week, peaking at number five on the Oricon Singles Chart; the single also reached number six on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_Power_(song)
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On October 31, 2012, the music was released in two versions: the regular and dance version. Within the song’s perspective of the world, the nine girls sing and dance in a near future cosplay image of “bondage”-like cabin attendants under a fictional airline company, Air GG.

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"Dancing Queen" is a Korean song by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released on December 21, 2012 as the lead single from their fourth Korean studio album, I Got a Boy (2013). Recorded in 2008, the song was initially scheduled to be released as the title track for the group's first extended play. Nevertheless, the plan was withdrawn, and "Gee" and the titular EP was released instead. "Dancing Queen" is a remake of the 2008 single "Mercy" by Duffy. It is the first Korean material released by the group after a fourteen-month hiatus from the South Korean music scene to focus on the Japanese music market with their 2012 album Girls & Peace. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who favored its "funky pop" production as opposed to the group's signature electropop styles. Commercially, the single peaked atop the Gaon Digital Chart and at number two on the Korea K-Pop Hot 100, and has sold over 500,000 digital units. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_Queen_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"I Got a Boy" is a song recorded in Korean language by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their fourth Korean-language studio album of the same name. It was released on January 1, 2013 by S.M. Entertainment and KT Music. Produced by the group's long-time collaborator Yoo Young-jin and Will Simms, the song is described as a hybrid of various genres including bubblegum pop, dance, and electropop. "I Got a Boy" was a success domestically, debuting atop the Gaon Digital Chart and has sold over 1.3 million digital copies in South Korean in 2013. Internationally, the song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised its eclectic sound and noted it as a "phenomenon" that could challenge popular Western singers like Katy Perry or One Direction. The single peaked at number 98 on the Japan Hot 100 and number 3 on the US World Digital Songs. A music video for the song was filmed in October 2012. It features hip hop-inspired dance moves choreographed by renowned American choreographers Nappytabs. It won the award for Video of the Year at the first YouTube Music Awards in 2013, which generated much attention for beating other popular nominees like Justin Bieber and Psy despite the fact that the group was considered lesser-known to the Western audience at the time. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Got_a_Boy_(song)
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"Love & Girls" is the seventh Japanese single released by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation on June 19, 2013. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_&_Girls
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"Galaxy Supernova" is the eighth Japanese single by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was included on the group's third Japanese studio album Love & Peace and was released as the second single from the album on September 18, 2013. The song was written by Frederik Tao Nordsø Schjoldan, Fridolin Nordsø Schjoldan, Kamikaoru, and Martin Hoberg Hedegaard, whilst production was handled by Nozomu Tsuchiya. Musically, "Galaxy Supernova" is an electropop song. The song received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who praised its music styles and compared the song to the group's previous Japanese singles "Mr. Taxi" and "Paparazzi". The song peaked at number three on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart and number four on the Japan Hot 100. A music video for the track was released on September 5, 2013. To promote the song, Girls' Generation performed live on music shows Secret Live and Live Monster in Japan. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galaxy_Supernova
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"Mr.Mr." is a Korean song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their fourth Korean titular extended play (2014). The song was released on February 25, 2014, as a single from the EP. The song was composed by American production team The Underdogs, who had previously worked with Western artists including Britney Spears, Beyoncé, and Justin Timberlake. A music video for the song was initially planned to be released on February 19 but was postponed to February 28 due to the accidental deletion of some of the original files. "Mr.Mr." was described as an electropop and pop-R&B song that incorporates a hip hop beat and EDM-influenced buildups. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who praised its musical styles, which were deemed a departure from the group's signature bubblegum pop sound. The single ranked number 18 on Billboard magazine's list of 20 Best K-pop Songs of 2014 and was included on Time's list of 25 Best Songs of 2014 (So Far) in June 2014. To promote the song and the EP, Girls' Generation appeared on several music programs including M Countdown, Music Bank, Show! Music Core, and Inkigayo around February and March 2014. The single was a commercial success in the group's native country South Korea, peaking atop the Gaon Digital Chart and selling over 900,000 digital units in 2014. It also charted at number three on the Korea K-Pop Hot 100 and number four on the Billboard World Digital Songs. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr.Mr._(song)
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"Catch Me If You Can" is a song recorded in two languages (Japanese and Korean) by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. The Korean version was released by S.M. Entertainment and KT Music on April 10, 2015, while the Japanese version was released on April 22 by EMI and Universal Music Japan. The song was composed by Erik Lidbom and Jin Choi, with the Korean lyrics written by Mafly and Choe A-Leum, and the Japanese lyrics written by Junji Ishiwatari and Jeff Miyahara. Musically, it was described by critics as an EDM track. The song marked the first release of Girls' Generation as an eight-member group following the dismissal of member Jessica Jung in September 2014. The single received generally favorable review from music critics, who not only praised its musical styles, but also compared the song to works by American musicians such as Zedd and Skrillex. Commercially, the single peaked at number 19 on the South Korean Gaon Digital Chart and number 8 on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart. Two music videos were created for the single, one for the Korean version and one for the Japanese version, which were released simultaneously on April 10, 2015. The music videos were hailed for their "mind-blowing" choreography, as described by Billboard magazine. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch_Me_If_You_Can_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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On April 10, 2015, S.M. Entertainment released the Korean music video on YouTube and other online web-sharing websites, while the Japanese music video was disclosed on the group's Japanese official website. The audio was revealed simultaneously on several South Korean online distributors.

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"Party" is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation for their fifth Korean studio album Lion Heart (2015). It was released as the lead single from the album by S.M. Entertainment on July 7, 2015. The lyrics were written by Cho Yoon-kyung and the music was composed by Albi Albertsson, Chris Young, and Shin Agnes. "Party" is a bubblegum pop and electropop song that features synthesizers, guitar, and Auto-Tune in its instrumentation. To promote the song and the album, Girls' Generation performed "Party" on several South Korean music programs, including Music Bank, Show! Music Core and Inkigayo. A music video for the track, directed by Hong Won-ki, was also released on July 7. The single received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who praised its catchy music styles and compared the song to "California Gurls" by Katy Perry and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk. Commercially, the single was a success in South Korea—the digital version peaked atop the Gaon Digital Chart, while the physical edition charted at number two on the Gaon Album Chart. It has sold over 843,000 digital copies in South Korea as of December 2015. The song also peaked at number ten on the Japan Hot 100 and number four on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Party_(Girls'_Generation_song)
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"Lion Heart" is a song performed by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released on August 18, 2015 as the second single from the group's fifth studio album Lion Heart by S.M. Entertainment. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion_Heart_(song)
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The music video was released on August 18, 2015. The music video narrates a story where the members of Girls' Gen fall in love with a male protagonist, who later turns out to be an eight-timing player. In the end of Music Video the girls screaming while awakens falled asleep watching TV the Lion beside them. They then become upset and turn away from that said cheater. The song was choreographed by the American choreographer Tony Testa & SM Entertainment's choreographer Shim Jaewon. The visual was the third most viewed music video on YouTube by a South Korean act in August 2015.

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"You Think" is a song performed by South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It was released on August 19, 2015 as the third single from the group's fifth studio album Lion Heart by S.M. Entertainment. Cr. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You_Think
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