Taeyeon from Girls’ Generation’s is planning and preparing for her forthcoming solo return! She is gearing up to meet the expectations of her fans.

On Nov. 20, an exclusive media outlet article that we can’t name stated that the K-Pop celebrity has been planning for a comeback in Korea.  After several moments in time, SM Entertainment excitedly confirmed the news by saying, “Taeyeon is preparing and getting ready for her new album targeted for release in December.  Please look forward to seeing it.”

This signals Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon’s first solo comeback in Korea in about seven months since the release of her digital single “Happy,” in May of this year.  The new album has garnered the excited curiosity and attention as it arouses excitement about what kind of music Taeyeon is going to be releasing in the music industry.  The solo artist has already displayed a successful number of musical representation through various ventures and collaborations.

In addition, Girls’ Generation Taeyeon has proved to rightfully be called the “queen of digital music charts” as she successfully reaches domestic and international charts with every album she launches.  Because of this the excitement and hopes for her return to the K-Pop music industry in December are growing, hopefully meeting or exceeding what the fans expect.

 

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Additionally, Taeyeon has been carrying out her artistic activities on an ongoing basis.  Earlier this year, she re-released the studio album “Purpose”, with three new songs, including the single “Dear Me.” Written by Hwang Yura and Yoo Jiwon, “Dear Me” is identified as a ballad song containing strings, guitar, and Taeyeon’s passionate emotional singing.

After it released on Jan. 15, the track premiered on Gaon Digital Chart No. 21 for the week of Jan. 12 to 18. Assessing this, “Dear Me” has become the 36th top 20 single on the Girl’s Generation Taeyeon list.  That means the song did really well. In addition, The Single has placed on Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 at No. 16.

After the success of the repackaged record, the solo artist ventured on to “The Unseen Concert.”  The concert first appeared on January 27 at the Olympic Handball Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea. Taeyeon was also set to perform a concert in Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.  However, leading to the outbreak of COVID-19, the shows have been delayed and the timetables have yet to be confirmed.

 

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In addition, the Girls’ Generation member also received a host of awards at the 29th Seoul Music Awards last January.  She was awarded the OST Award, the Bonsang Award and the Daesang Award (main prize).

On May 4, the idol released the successful digital single “Happy.”  It was originally expected to be released on Mar. 9 to mark Taeyeon’s birthday.  However it was delayed due to the passing of her father on the same day, and sadly her grandmother passed away more than a month later.

“Happy” consists of songs about the happiness and joy to treasure with the time spent with loved ones.  The album debuted at No. 1 on all of South Korea’s real-time music charts, except for Flo.  It also ranked high on iTunes Top Music Charts in 15 regions and reached No. 9 on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart.

In other reports, Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon has recently been featured as a permanent member of TVN’s “Amazing Saturday” along with her labelmate SHINee’s Main.  The episode showcasing her first appearance on the show as a regular cast will appear on November 21 at 7:40 p.m. KST.

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