The eight-piece group has released a comeback album and two music videos to celebrate a decade of their career with fans.
Many K-Pop groups have come and gone since 2007, but Girls' Generation has survived throughout those years, becoming the longest-running girlband in South Korea. The group has celebrated their 10th anniversary by generously releasing a comeback album "Holiday Night" and two music videos for two tracks off the set, "Holiday" and "All Night".
The girls are having fun in the "Holiday" video. The summer-ready visuals finds the group wearing colorful costumes and showing off another catchy dance moves. Tae Yeon opens the song with a reference to the group's long-lasting career, "I'm feeling good, I've been waiting for this day/ We meet again like that first time we met."
Meanwhile, for "All Night", the group provides a special documentary-style video, which features the eight members reflecting on their career in mini interviews. The cutesy music with '80s thumping bass line and electronic melody is turning into a nostalgic song with the visuals that ends with footage from the girls' early days as a group.
The physical version of "Holiday Night" will be released on Monday, August 7. Girls' Generation will hold a special "Holiday to Remember" concert and fan meeting to celebrate their anniversary with fans at Olympic Park in Seoul at 7 P.M on Saturday, August 5.