Girls’ Generation is appearing as a surprise guest on a new program called “Better Late Than Never” on NBC, a broadcasting station in the United States. “Better Late Than Never” is an American-produced version of cable channel tvN’s “Grandpas Over Flowers”. Filming is planned for this weekend at the SMTOWN COEX Artium in Samsung-dong, Seoul.

“Better Late Than Never” is a travel reality program that features once-famous American comedians and movie stars like Jeff Dye, Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, and George Foreman. The show will contain various episodes in which they experience each region’s culture through travel.

In the past, Girls’ Generation has appeared as the first Korean singers ever on representative famous programs such as CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman” and ABC’s “LIVE! With Kelly”. In 2013, at the YouTube Music Awards in the US, they won the main award, “Music Video of the Year”, and in the American publication Time’s announcement of “2013 This Year’s Songs Top 10”, they were the only Asian singers chosen. There is expectation of high interest in their appearance in “Better Late Than Never” as they are well-known in the United States.

Source: mydaily via Naver
Translated by: SonexStella@soshified
Edited by: bhost909@soshified

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