Girls' Generation have a Starscore of 15,993,580 and are No.2298 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 19,077 YouTube views, 715,816 Twitter followers and 4,801,984 Facebook fans. Today Girls' Generation gained 2,194 YouTube views, gained 2,498 Twitter followers and gained 3,708 Facebook fans. Their social media ranking has moved up 11 places in the daily South Korea Chart to no.29 and remains at no.19 in the all time South Korea Chart.
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Girls' Generation is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007. They are known in Japan as Shoujo Jidai and are referred to as SoShi (소시) or SNSD by their fans, both abbreviated forms of the group's Korean name. They gained attention at the beginning of their career with songs such as Into The New World, Kissing You and Baby Baby. However, it was not until 2009, they gained immense popularity with their hit single Gee, which holds the record for being the longest running number one song on KBS Music Bank, having held the number one chart ranking for nine consecutive weeks. Gee was named 'song of the decade' by the Korean music site, Melon. The Gee music video also holds the record for the highest amount of views for a K-Pop video on YouTube, with over 80 million views accumulated by the end of July 2012. The group solidified their place in the Korean music industry with their follow-up singles Tell Me Your Wish (Genie), Run Devil Run, and Oh!. The group began a foray into the Japanese music scene in late 2010 under Nayutawave Records, a label part of Universal Music Group, with the Japanese remakes of their 2009 Korean hits Genie and Gee. The group's debut Japanese album, Girls' Generation, released in June of 2011, is currently the highest selling album in Japan by a Korean group in Oricon history. Girls' Generation's most successful album to date, it was certified Million by the RIAJ and made the group the second Korean artist to earn this achievement in Japan since Korean labelmate BoA's Best of Soul in 2005.. Since its release, the album has sold over 850,000 copies. The album's third single, Mr. Taxi, sold over 102,000 copies in its first week, becoming the group's first single to achieve such a feat. The single also managed to clinch the number 1 spot atop the Japan Hot 100 chart for two consecutive weeks. In 2011, they returned to the Korean music scene with The Boys, which was released in three languages: Korean, Japanese, and for the first time, English. At the start of 2012, the group performed the English version of The Boys on the late night talk show Late Show with David Letterman and on the daytime talk show Live! with Kelly, becoming the first Korean musical act to perform on each show, and the first Korean act to perform on syndicated television in the United States. In the same year, the group formed their first sub-unit, entitled Girls' Generation-TTS, or simply TaeTiSeo, composed of members Taeyeon, Tiffany, and Seohyun. The subgroup's debut EP, Twinkle, peaked at #136 on the Billboard 200, becoming the highest charting K-Pop album on the chart thus far. In 2012, they made their Japanese comeback with their fourth Japanese single, Paparazzi, taken from their upcoming second Japanese album. The song ranked high in various Japanese charts, including the Japan Hot 100 in which it peaked at the number one spot. The group consists of Kim Tae-yeon, Jessica Jung, Sunny, Tiffany Hwang, Kim Hyo-yeon, Kwon Yuri, Choi Sooyoung, Im Yoona and Seohyun.