On November 25th, Girls’ Generation performed at “SMTOWN Live World Tour III” in Bangkok, Thailand alongside their fellow SM Entertainment artists at SCG stadium. The concert took place two days after “SMTOWN Live World Tour III” in Singapore, marking the final stop for the “SMTOWN Live World Tour III” in 2012.

Sooyoung represented Girls’ Generation at the press conference before the concert. Dressed in one of her outfits for “The Boys”, Sooyoung answered questions along with the other SM Entertainment representatives.

The setlist for “SMTOWN Live World Tour III” in Bangkok matched closely to Singapore’s, with Jessica and Krystal’s duet cover of “California Gurls” marking the first performance by a Girls’ Generation member. Taeyeon also performed “Devil’s Cry”, another fan favorite.

After performing “Run Devil Run”, Girls’ Generation members introduced themselves to the stadium. The girls spoke a little Thai for the fans, with the crowd responding with explosive cheers to each member. Tiffany was especially happy seeing so many SONEs and pink lights, thanking fans for coming to the concert and providing Girls’ Generation with such a warm welcome. Some of the members brought small sticky notes on stage to help them remember a few special phrases to say to the fans. SONEs enthusiastically cheered the girls on, showing their appreciation for their effort.

The performances that followed included “Tell Me Your Wish”, “Twinkle”, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love”, the special dance battle stage, “MR. TAXI”, “Gee”, “Kissing You”, and “The Boys”. Though there was some rain throughout the concert, both artists and fans alike enjoyed the concert, creating another special memory for all in attendance.

Written by: kt9823@soshified
Edited by: MoonSoshi9@soshified
Images and video by: PINGBOOK ENTERTAINMENT, [email protected], Newsenthestar.chosun.com

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