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Once you go Kpop you never go back.



An explanation, as offered by random strangers on the internet: Its a parody of the original Korean pop song by changing the Japanese title of the song. The title is "Girls Generation" which in Japanese is shojo-jidai, which they've changed to showa-jidai - meaning the "Showa Generation" (Showa period was from 1926 to 1989).They also did a play on the song title "Gee," by changing it to the Chinese character for an elderly man (爺), which is also read the same ("ji").

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