Earlier this month, So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD) -- better known internationally as Girls' Generation -- released their sixth album celebrating their 10-Year Anniversary, "Holiday Night." It was a milestone worth celebrating not just for the popular K-pop girl group but for K-pop fans all around the world.

However, Girls' Generation's 10-Year Anniversary also brought up the debilitating fact they are no longer the most popular girl group in today's generation. Younger girl groups like Twice, Black Pink, and Red Velvet are now in the limelight. Ergo, the older members of Girls' Generation are moving onward with solo endeavors.

For example, Taeyeon and Hyoyeon are pursuing solo music careers while Yoona, Yuri, and Sooyoung pursue acting careers.

For Tiffany, her solo endeavors are turning heads as reports claim she will be heading back to the United States to study acting.

Insiders drop the news of Tiffany's solo endeavors

It must be stressed that Tiffany Hwang -- better known professionally by her first name alone -- pursuing acting studies in the United States was revealed by industry insiders on August 17, 2017, KST. According to them, she will be heading back as soon as Girls' Generation finishes their promotions for their 10-Year Anniversary. They also said that her friends (most likely the other members of Girls' Generation and her best friend Bora formerly of Sistar) are supporting her decision.

Later that day, Sm Entertainment made it known that Tiffany studying abroad for acting was discussed. However, they also said it was just one of many possibilities for her moving forward.

K-pop fans fear Tiffany did not re-sign with SM Entertainment

With all the speculation surrounding Tiffany pursuing acting studies in the United States, many K-pop fans especially those who are part of Girls' Generation's fan club known as Sones think she did not re-sign with SM Entertainment.

It is possible that Tiffany may be moving onward from the agency that she's been with for more than ten years, but one surefire sign that points to her re-signing with SM Entertainment is her solo music career. Tiffany already has a solo music career under the label. Her debut extended play (EP) or mini-album "I Just Wanna Dance" was released back in 2016.

The title track song of the same name reached number ten on the Korean Gaon chart. She also released another song, "Heartbreak Hotel," later that year.

Ultimately, we will have to wait and see what happens with Tiffany. Things will become clear once SM Entertainment and the members of Girls' Generation finalize negotiations on their contracts.