“Girls’ Generation” : K-Pop playing cards from South Korea
Korean popular music is known as ‘K-Pop’. “Girl's Generation” (Korean: 소녀시대; Sonyeo Shidae) is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007. There are plenty of playing cards amongst their merchandise, see Wikipedia article →
Girls’ Generation playing cards designed by Rina Communication, Korea, 2011
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