Sunny may have only been referring to her pictorial for 'The Star' magazine's upcoming March issue, for which you can spot her on its cover. Photos from her cover pictorial recently shared by the magazine show Sunny wearing the same, flower petal-like top as her Instagram post, against a pastel green background.
In her interview, Sunny also talked about the possibility of Girls' Generation's comeback, which industry insiders say will be coming this summer, as well as her opinions on several of her fellow girl groups deciding to part ways. She was first asked about her plans in her 30's, and responded, "Because the delivery of the lyrics is important when singing ballads, a group with a lot of members should not perform ballads, is the general saying. However, I still want to show a ballad performance." On Girls' Generation's possible comeback, she simply said, "You can expect a new album from Girls' Generation within the year."
When asked about some of her fellow girl groups disbanding as of late, Sunny commented, "It's lonely and disappointing. [The other girl groups and we] shared our worries with one another, and I found them admirable when they won #1 and rejoiced. However, since each of the members have their own passion for music, I am anticipating what kind of solo images they'll show us."