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Girl's Generation Returns To Japan With A Trail Of Cameras Behind Them

In defiance of the sudden onslaught of flashing lights comes Girl's Generation's latest single, "Paparazzi." The nine-woman supergroup from South Korea, known for their charming personalities and perfect legs (and covered plenty in the past here at Kotaku), released music videos for the song today. Paparrazi is the lead single for the girl's upcoming Japanese album, and totally beats their last big single, "The Boys," out of the water.

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There are two versions of the video: the one above is the longer one, included for the fantastic moment about two minutes in. Those outfits, man! A great revelation indeed.

Those of you that lack patience and just want to see the girls dance, this is the video for you.

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The song, the video: amazing, yes—but my favorite thing about new releases are the bevy of gifs the fan community strips from the videos. Here's a few from my friend, Toshi—though we're bound to see even better ones in the coming weeks.

Here are some video highlights:



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I never really get what the big deal with Girl's Generation is really. Yeah, the girls are all really pretty I guess but I find the music sounding very, how to say it? Soulless. It just sound like any generic English pop song but sung with mixed language lyrics. I find them lacking the charm which I love in k-pop or j-pop otherwise.