5 Most Memorable Performances of Girls’ Generation

By  | 

Girls’ Generation or SNSD is undoubtedly one of the most popular and influential groups in K-pop. They have the biggest fanbase (SONEs) in any K-pop girl group. They have been in the industry since 2007, and can be considered a feat for any group to survive that long.

These girls are goddesses in their own right and a tough group to challenge. They can do the sleekest dance moves, while singing and maintaining that aegyo. They have been through hundreds of guestings, TV programs, endorsements and stints abroad. Even when they are on hiatus, the members are still visible.

Let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at the most memorable performances of Girls’ Generation!

  1. “Into The New World” Debut

Girls’ Generation’s debut performance in SBS Inkigayo has got to be one of the most memorable performances of the group, not just for us, but for them as well. That performance prompted the beginning of what would seem to be one of the most successful K-pop girl group of all time. Even though they were rookies, they still performed flawlessly.


  1. “The Boys” at MNet MAMA Awards

The girls performed the first remix version of “The Boys” with a lengthy dance opening at Mnet MAMA Awards to the delight of all viewers.


  1. “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)” Interesting Remix at Gayo Daejuns

Like every year end performance, the girls gave it all they have got and what is a more perfect way to end the year but with a seducing twist? “Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)” performance would be one of the performances fanboys and fangirls would probably still be talking about for years to come.


  1. “Run Devil Run” at SBS Inkigayo

SNSD surprised everyone with their “Run Devil Run” performance during the SBS Inkigayo, they all look so bad-ass and amazing.


  1. “Oh!” at Madison Square Gardens

The first time Girls’ Generation performed in Madison Square Gardens in front of a very large audience is exhilarating! You can definitely feel the energy both from the girls and the audience.


Recently, Girls’ Generation just made their successful comeback with Catch Me If You Can, which is also their first release as a 8-member group. If you haven’t seen their new music video, watch it now:

What is your most memorable performance of Girls’ Generation?

How does this story make you feel?

Loading spinner

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.