Girls’ Generation 2015 Season’s Greetings – Calendar, Scheduler, DVD and Mini Calendar

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It is the time of the year where we fans get our hands ready to unbox those season’s greetings boxes, and savour those beautiful pictorials that will accompany us through the months of the year to come. KAvenyou is no different and we will be unboxing some of those for you. For a start, we will kick things off with popular female group “Girls’ Generation (SNSD)”.

It has been a turbulent year for SONEs in 2014 with the news of Sooyoung and Yoona dating breaking out in the first days of the year. Little would SONEs also expect that “Mr. Mr.” being the last album of the girls as a group of 8, having Jessica leaving the group towards the end of the year. However, it has also been a year where fans can really see the girls growing up with the myriad of individual activities, or is that a sign of preparation for the longer term future?

Going into the unboxing, the main highlight of this year (apart from the missing Jessica) is the new mini calendar in the size of normal photo cards found in albums. These cards makes great additions to the package as they can be easily slotted into the wallet. I personally doubt the practicality of these as a calendar, but more for the beautiful photo addition to my wallet. How many of you actually still use pocket calendars when you have your mobile phones with you? Duh….

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Apart from the above-mentioned addition, there is not much to comment on the value-for-money aspect of this bundle. It was never about value-for-money, but rather our love and support for the group. The photos this year looks brighter, and the girls look more like your approachable girl-next-door. I personally preferred this concept as compared to the “cooler” and more professional looking studio shots of 2014.

We will cut short on the narratives, and let you have some sneaks into the box.

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Article by: James @ KAvenyou

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