Plus Seohyun tells us the concept behind her awesome solo debut album.
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3 Feb 2017 - 12:33 PM  UPDATED 3 Feb 2017 - 12:38 PM

After many months anticipation, Girls' Generation's Seohyun made her long-awaited solo debut last month with her awesome "Don't Say No" album. With her debut solo single already racking up the accolades, Seohyun decided to sit down with SBS PopAsia and spill a few secrets behind the making of her album.

When we asked why she wanted to go solo and where the concept behind "Don't Say No" came from, Seohyun revealed that she's always wanted to go solo and that her years of performing with Girls' Generation has given her a sweet, maknae image. With Girls' Generation currently on hiatus and thus freeing her up for other activities, as well as the idea of changing up her image from being a young girl to a classy woman, her solo album was the best avenue to do both things at the same time.

In addition to telling us a few secrets behind her solo album, Seohyun also showed us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of her album cover photoshoot, which she described as "similar" yet "different" to her MV but fans should hopefully like it all the same.

Check out our interview with Seohyun right here (she talks about the concept of her album at the 0:56 mark; the behind-the-scenes cover shoot is at the 1:56 mark):


 

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