Girls' Generation is now an integral part of Korean culture. At least that's how a Professor in South Korea thought when he made a brochure to promote his country. In an aim to attract tourists, Professor Seo Kyoungduk made a brochure, written in the English language featuring the ultra famous girl group alongside Korean food, traditional structures, alphabet and other native Korean symbols.
Kyoungduk included a section on the Korean pop wave, represented by Girls' Generation, to attract young readers and tourists. With the rise in popularity of K-Pop groups across the world, they are now considered as an important part of Korean culture.
Catch the gorgeous ladies of Girls' Generation as we feature five of their music videos on Take 5 on the MYX channel at 5PM.