The popularity of K-pop is definitely rising by the day. Girls' Generation, one of the most popular all-girls group from South Korea, will soon be seen on American series "Better Late than Never", which is a remake of the Korean series "Grandpa Over Flowers".

The NBC show, which will feature veterans like William Shatner, Henry Winkler and George Foreman, is a travelogue that follows the journeys and bromance of the five older gentlemen, as they trek through unfamiliar cities in Asia.

Also featuring comedian Jeff Dye and sportscaster Terry Bradshaw, the reality series will offer a funny take on the heroes' adventures as they cross of "things to do" from their bucket list.

Major destinations the men visit include Tokyo, Kyoto, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Chang Mai and Seoul, which is when Girls' Generation will showcase their talent. The girls have also appeared in CBS's "Late Night with David Letterman" and ABC's "Live! with Kelly".