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SNSD to perform at charity concert in Vietnam

  • Published : Mar 3, 2017 - 19:59
  • Updated : Mar 3, 2017 - 19:59

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(S.M. Entertainment)
Girls’ Generation, which celebrates the 10th year anniversary of its debut this year, will perform at a charity concert in Hanoi, Vietnam, S.M. Entertainment said Friday.

Titled “Companionship,” it will be held on April 1 at the Vietnam National Convention Center, an event designed to support multicultural families with Korean-Vietnamese backgrounds. All eight members of the group have confirmed they will attend.

Other artists under the same label, such as NCT 127 and Super Junior’s Leeteuk, will also join them at the event.

Despite their two-year hiatus as a group, the individual members of Girls’ Generation have been focusing their personal careers. Seohyun and Taeyeon each released solo albums “Don’t Say No” and “My Voice” on Jan. 17 and Tuesday, respectively.

While some were busy with albums, Yuri starred in SBS TV’s crime thriller “Defendant” as the drama’s female lead and Yoona has been cast in the upcoming MBC TV drama “The King Loves.”

S.M. plans to release a special 10th anniversary LP for Girls’ Generation this year.

By Jung Min-kyung (mkjung@heraldcorp.com)