Girls’ Generation‘s Seohyun impressed everyone with her singing abilities in a recent video.
On July 14th, Seohyun‘s official YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Seohyun’s Conquest of Coin Karaoke EP.1.”
In the video, Seohyun was seen entering a coin karaoke room while dressed in a school uniform, exuding excitement.
She mentioned that it had been a long time since she last visited a coin karaoke and eagerly began singing the first song, “Ditto” by NewJeans.
Playfully asking how she could dance to the song, Seohyun couldn’t contain her enthusiasm and ended up dancing while showcasing her vocal skills.
For her second song choice, Seohyun picked Girls’ Generation-TTS‘s “Twinkle” and flawlessly delivered impressive ad-libs that captured everyone’s attention, staying true to the original version.
She then went on to sing “Tell Me” by Wonder Girls and “Sherlock” by SHINee, evoking nostalgic feelings associated with the second generation of K-pop.
Lastly, Seohyun showcased her talent by singing “My Strongest Suit” from the musical AIDA.
She flawlessly portrayed the character and flawlessly delivered the lines, captivating the audience with her immersive performance.
Comments from netizens:
“Seohyun never fails to impress me with her vocals. She’s amazing!”
“I love seeing her in a school uniform! It brings back memories of Girls’ Generation days.”
“Seohyun’s ad-libs are on another level. She really knows how to make a song her own.”
“I’m so glad she chose ‘Twinkle.’ It’s one of my favorite Girls’ Generation-TTS songs.”
“Bringing back all the feels with ‘Tell Me’ and ‘Sherlock.’ Classic K-pop hits!”
“Seohyun’s versatility as an artist is outstanding. From pop songs to musical numbers, she can do it all.”
“Her performance of ‘Ditto’ gave me chills. She has such a commanding stage presence.”
“Seohyun is such a talented performer. I hope she continues to release more music in the future.”
“I can’t stop replaying this video. Seohyun’s vocals are addictive!”
“Seohyun’s passion for music shines through every performance. She’s truly dedicated to her craft.”
What are your thoughts?