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Posted : 2013-07-05 20:55
Updated : 2013-07-05 20:55

Girls' Generation Will sing national anthem on July 28

By Kim Ji-soo

Girls' Generation will sing the national anthem when the L.A. Dodgers and the Cincinnati Reds go head-to-head on July 28, SM Entertainment announced Friday.


Korean pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin currently pitches for the L.A. Dodgers while Choo Shin-soo plays for the Cincinnati Reds.

Girls' Generation member Tiffany threw the first ball in the Dodgers game against the Arizona Diamondback on May 6, which pitcher Ryu caught as their latest single "I've Got a Boy" played in the background.


The baseball game will take place at Dodger Stadium on July 28. The Girls' Generation's performance will be part of a "Korea Day" event co-planned by the National Tourism Organization and the LA Dodgers.

A demonstration of taekwondo will also take place, and Korean fans will be distributed to those attending the match. Promotional images of Korea will be aired on electronic display boards.


Unfortunately, all nine members may not be able to attend, because of varying individual schedules.

관련 한글 기사

소녀시대, LA다저스 경기서 애국가 부른다

그룹 소녀시대가 LA 다저스(@Dodgers) 초청으로 메이저리그 경기에서 애국가를 부른다.

 소녀시대는 오는 28일(현지 시각) 류현진이 소속된 LA 다저스와 추신수가 소속된 신시내티 레즈의 경기에 앞서 애국가를 부를 예정이다.

 LA 다저스는 이날을 '한국인의 날'로 지정해 소녀시대를 초청한 것이다.

 이날 애국가를 부르게 될 소녀시대 멤버는 스케줄을 고려해 9명 전원이 아닌 3명 가량일 것으로 전해졌으며, 어떤 멤버가 부르게 될지는 4일 현재 아직 확정되지 않은 것으로 알려졌다.

 앞서 지난 5월 7일(한국 시각)에는 소녀시대 멤버 티파니가 LA 다저스의 홈경기에서 시구를 한 바 있다.

 

 

 

 

 



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