“Wow that abs is hot!” Girls’ Generations’ Taeyeon Flaunts Her Fit Figure in Workout Clothes

Girls’ Generation member Taeyeon, who has been thin, showed off her toned muscles.

On March14th, Taeyeon shared various recent photos and caught people’s attention. In the photos, she was seen working out in a Pilates studio, wearing a sports bra and leggings.

Her firm abs and skinny legs were especially impressive, and her unique purple workout socks that revealed her ankles drew attention as well.

In addition, Taeyeon shared cheerful daily life photos, such as posing chicly while sitting on the floor and taking a selfie while getting her hair and makeup done at a beauty salon.

This year, Taeyeon is not only active as a member of Girls’ Generation, but also as a solo artist. In February, SM Entertainment announced at a press conference, “Taeyeon will release her 5th mini-album in April, and we are planning a concert as well.”

They also teased concerts featuring NCT Dream, aespa, NCT, BoA, Key, Red Velvet, and more.

If Taeyeon‘s concert is held in April, it will be her first solo concert in about three years since January 2020.

Taeyeon was born on March 9, 1989, as the second of three siblings in Peace District (now Wansan District), Jeonju City, Jeollabuk-do. She debuted as a member of Girls’ Generation in 2007, and has been active in various fields including solo, unit, variety, MC, and promotional ambassador, building a highly successful career over several generations.

In particular, after debuting as a solo artist with the album “I” in 2015, she became a massive hit, sweeping all the solo songs she released afterwards, and established herself as the “best main vocalist and vocalist of a girl group” in Korea.

She holds the record of winning awards both as a group member and a solo artist, and is considered a role model for many K-POP singers.

Her hit songs include Girls’ Generation‘s “Into The New World,” “Girls’ Generation,” “Gee,” “Genie,” and “Forever 1,” and after debuting as a solo artist, she gained love for songs such as “Fine,” “11:11,” “Spark,” and “INVU.”



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