Girls' Generation singer Tiffany turns narrator for MBC documentary

"When I first got the script, I was touched by their miraculous story," says Tiffany.

Girl's Genration singer Tiffany will be narrating a tale of lost twin sisters in a heartfelt 'Human documentary' for MBC. This is the first time Tiffany is lending her voice to a conceptual cause.

Human Documentary: Love, is a story of two twins who get adopted by two different families in USA and France respectively, and reunite after 25 years via SNS.

Talking about choosing the songstress as a story teller, the official team told Allkpop: "Samantha and Anais both grew up overseas, and we wanted to find a narrator who could also express their optimistic, bright personalities. Tiffany is from overseas, is always optimistic, and also is around their age, so we thought she should be perfect."

Reportedly, the 26-year-old was quite skeptical about her role as a narrator. The I Just Wanna Dance singer stated she was not confident of her pronunciation skills initially but decided to grab the offer because she always wanted to put her hands on a voiceover project.

The girl group member said: "When I first got the script, I was touched by their miraculous story. But after watching their video while dubbing, I was surprised and touched even more. My heart warmed seeing the two meet each other and support each other through the sadness and pain of adoption, and I was able to feel their positive energy from their bright personalities."

"I sincerely congratulate their miraculous meeting. I was worried about not doing well because it's my first time narrating, but I'm glad it ended well. I'm glad I was able to share this touching story to fans," the singer added.

Tiffany released her first single album in May and is looking forward for her first solo concert series starting June 11.