SNSD’s ‘crazy schedule’ alarms fans

Fans have been expressing their alarm over SNSD’s schedules for the months of June and July, especially after member Sunny fainted with exhaustion recently at a Japanese concert.

The girls have an “MJ Presents SNSD” special on June 8th. They’ll perform in Paris on the 10th and 11th, and head back to Japan on the 12th for NHK’s “Music Japan“.

Afterwards, SNSD will resume their tour activities for the 17th, 18th, 28th, and 29th; their tour schedule expands into July with stops on the 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th, 17th, and 18th, for a total of 10 concerts. On July 23rd and 24th, SNSD will be heading back to Korea for another two-day concert.

On July 13th, the girls are scheduled to perform at KBS’s “Music Bank” at the Tokyo Dome, as well as at a MTV VMAJ performance on June 25th. Any other day without an official activity planned has been revealed to be rehearsal days.

Fortunately, some of it seems to be pre-recorded, but netizens are still voicing their concerns over the girls’ health, and are nicknaming the schedule as ‘the crazy schedule’. Fans commented, “They are Hallyu stars, but it’s a bit much”, “This is excessive”, and “Please let them rest.”

Source + Photos: Star Today, Star News, X Sports News via Naver


One response to “SNSD’s ‘crazy schedule’ alarms fans

  1. I am really concerned about the hectic schedule of SNSD, just by reading their performance dates in Japan, Paris, & Korea, wow! I, myself, feels exhausted, what more the SNSD girls who will be doing the work. I know they want to strike hard while the iron is hot but I think girls, you need some days to smell the flowers & please ask your management for complete rest & recharging of your energies during non performance dates. As in no practice & just lie down on your beds & do nothing but sleep, sleep, & sleep. You will again have the stamina to give perfect performances after your beauty rest. We love you girls & we want you to stay long in the entertainment world ‘coz you make us happy, so please take care of your health.

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