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Girls’ Generation member Tiffany talks about her rookie days and her solo promotions.

On the recent broadcast of “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook,” the Girls’ Generation member appeared as a special guest and talked about her debut days and solo promotions.

Tiffany reveals, “Seeing TWICE, who was on music shows with me, I felt that I was now a senior.”

MC Yoo Hee Yeol asked her, “Did you know at that time that you would debut in a group with so many members?”

She shares, “I was surprised. However, I still accepted it. Still, my parents were worried. They wondered, ‘How will it do well with nine people?’”

With regards to preparing for her solo debut album, Tiffany says, “I practiced singing for four hours a day and six hours a day for dancing.” The Girls’ Generation member also reveals that the difference between group and solo activities was singing from ten seconds to three minutes and thirty seconds.

MC Yoo Hee Yeol then asked Tiffany what she wants to say to her herself while she was promoting her solo music. She responds, “Since I have been on stage for ten years, I am used to it. However, I still get nervous and excited. I want to compliment myself on having that passion for music.” She adds, “Good job, Tiffany!”

Meanwhile, she has recently released her debut EP “I Just Wanna Dance” in May. In June, she released the song “Heartbreak Hotel” which features Simon D for SM Entertainment’s Station music project.

Stay tuned for more updates on Tiffany!