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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Girls’ Day dance practice video

After completing their first comeback stage on November 5th through KBS 2TV’s “Music Bank,” the members of Girls’ Day reportedly burst into tears.
The girls were backstage nervously wringing their hands, as they perked up their ears to determine how the audience received them. When a reporter finally told them that the response was positive, the girls let it all go and began crying with relief.
Member Sojin stated, “It’s our comeback stage, but we’re thinking of it as our debut stage. It was extremely nerve-wracking, but we think we did okay. I’m glad that our fans enjoyed it as well. All I can think of right now is how thankful I am for everything. My heart’s beating so fast.”
The group first debuted this past July with their title track, “Tilt My Head“. Their image at the time was cute and lovely, but all of that was thrown away for their “Nothing Lasts Forever” comeback.
Mina revealed, “We were really upset at the time. There was so much pressure that we weren’t able to show off all our skills, and because we tried to do too well, our actions seemed kind of exaggerated. We cried a lot after reviewing the performances.”
Sojin continued, “A performance is a performance, but we adopted the mentality that a singer is someone who must sing well; listeners should immediately tell who the person is with just their voice. We became determined to exhibit our own musical style.

Their member change was also considered a success as well. Their new members Yura and Hyeri showed off their impressive dance moves while synchronizing smoothly with the original members.
Hyeri said, “We worried a lot in the beginning since we didn’t train for that long, and we’re still lacking a lot. At the same time, we were also hungry in wanting to give everything we had into the song. Thanks to the unnis that supported us, it feels like I took a step forward.
Yura added, “We’re still going through image training every day. I hope that fans enjoy watching me grow since I promise to always show improvements.”

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“Nothing Lasts Foreve Video dance

With regards to Britney Spears’s composer Annet Artani producing their song, Jihae stated, “Honestly, we didn’t know that Artani was a famous person. We were amazed when we later found out and found confidence knowing that she trusted us to do well.”
When asked about their hopes for the future, Mina responded, “Hopefully ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’ will get our name more known to the public. Our goal is to become a ‘national idol’ that is recognized by people of all age groups.”
Yura stated, “Fans, please watch us over. We want to become a petdol (Pet + Idol).”
Hyeri and Jihae added, “We want our performances to touch and move people. Singing, dancing, looks – we want to be perfect in everything. Please anticipate us.”
Sojin concluded, “From here on out, we’ll continue to improve. We may still be lacking, but we’d like our fans to anticipate the best for us. Please call us the ’selfish idols’ that hopes to become ‘national idols,’ ‘pet idols,’ and even ‘perfect idols’ (laughter).
Girls’ Day will be holding their second comeback on the 6th through MBC’s “Show! Music Core“.

Composer san dambi and lee hyori,  girls day under deasung/Pledis (DSP) media: 

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