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On January 10, JYPE announced Twice's first solo concert tour within just a year and four months after debuting in October The three-day sold-out concert titled " Twice 1st Tour: Twiceland — The Opening " was held on February 17—19 at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium.
A tour across Thailand and Singapore was also held after the first stop in Seoul. The album was a reissue of Twicecoaster: Lane 1.
Twice launched their Japanese website and social media channels in early February. This marked the group's first collaboration with Park. The EP contains six tracks, including "Eye Eye Eyes" co-written by members Jihyo and Chaeyoung, and "Only You" written by former Wonder Girls member Ha:tfelt.
The album also entered the Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart, debuting at number By the end of May, it was reported to be the second best-selling album in South Korea for the month, recording sales of , copies.
On June 14, Twice digitally released "Signal Japanese ver. One week later, they released the full music video of the Japanese version of "TT".
It consists of ten songs, including both Korean and Japanese-language versions of their first five singles.
The RIAJ certifications earned by the group for Twice and "One More Time" made them the first Korean girl group to earn a platinum certification in Japan for both a single and an album in the same year.
Twice released their first full-length Korean album, Twicetagram , on October 30 with its lead single titled " Likey ".
The music video for the song was filmed in Canada in early September. Several composers and songwriters participated in the making of this album, including the Korean members of Twice as lyricists and former Wonder Girls member Hyerim , who co-composed the eighth track titled "Look at Me".
They also rose on the Heatseekers Albums chart as the album debuted at number 10, one position higher than Signal' s peak at number Twice's second Japanese single titled " Candy Pop " was released on February 7, The single sold , copies in its first week and topped the Japan Hot chart, while also becoming their second single to earn a platinum certification from the RIAJ.
The group also embarked on their first concert tour in Japan titled Twice Showcase Live Tour "Candy Pop" , starting on January 19, , in the Aichi Prefecture.
Twice performed a cover of The Jackson 5 's " I Want You Back " as the theme song to the Japanese film adaptation of Sensei Kunshu. The song was released as a digital single on June 15, , along with the music video.
On September 12, , Twice released their first Japanese studio album , BDZ. Its lead single of the same name was pre-released as a digital single on August 17, On December 12, , Twice released a special album titled The Year of "Yes" , along with its lead single "The Best Thing I Ever Did", as a reissue of Yes or Yes.
On March 6, , the group released their second Japanese compilation album Twice2. The album debuted at number 1 on the daily ranking of Oricon Albums Chart with 95, units sold, breaking the group's own record of the highest first day album sales for K-pop girl groups in Japan.
It then became the first album by a foreign female artist to sell more than , albums in the first week since Kara 's Super Girl in Twice then became the first female K-pop act to hold a Japanese dome tour.
The tour Twice Dome Tour " Dreamday" garnered a total audience of , during five shows in Osaka , Tokyo and Nagoya , and was held from March to April All tickets sold out within one minute.
By the conclusion of the tour which spanned five concert dates, the group had attracted over , people in attendance. On April 22, , they released their seventh EP Fancy You.
On June 12, , Twice released two Japanese digital singles, " Happy Happy " and " Breakthrough ". On the release day of the digital singles, "Happy Happy" was also released physically, followed by "Breakthrough" a week later.
Twice released their eighth EP, Feel Special , on September 23, , along with the music video for the lead single of the same name produced by Park Jin-young.
The group's first entry made Twice the third K-pop girl group and ninth K-pop act to appear on this chart.
In , Twice sold over one million albums on Gaon, achieving this feat for the third consecutive year. In October , JYP Entertainment announced that the group has added two stops to their world tour "Twicelights" at the Tokyo Dome.
On April 20, it was reported that the group was preparing to release a new Korean album in June. On August 9, Twice held their first online concert titled "TWICE: World In A Day" in response to their "Twicelights World Tour Finale" which had been cancelled earlier in the year.
The group worked with the Beyond LIVE platform launched by SM Entertainment and Naver for the concert, becoming the first artist outside of SM Entertainment to host an online concert using the platform.
First reported on late September about preparations for a new studio album, the group released their second Korean studio album, Eyes Wide Open , on October 26 with the lead single titled " I Can't Stop Me ".
The group's four members performed the song alongside American singer-songwriters Bekuh Boom and Annika Wells. On December 1, it was reported that Twice had reached cumulative sales of over 5.
Taking into consideration the group's sales in Japan, Twice had exceeded 10 million album copies sold in both countries. On January 14, Tower Records Japan announced that Twice will be holding their second online concert titled "TWICE In Wonderland", and began selling tickets.
The concert, which will be held on March 6, will be broadcast via various technologies including AR augmented reality and MR mixed reality.
The group delivered a special performance of their track "Depend On You" from their Eyes Wide Open album on their appearance on the TIME Talks series which was held via livestream broadcast on January Twice is most notable for their consistent employment of 'cute' concepts which was further supported by the group's bubblegum pop sound, which was seen as a departure from the.
The group is also known for incorporating modern online culture into their musical releases and their corresponding music videos.
For instance, their single " TT " is named after the crying emoticon which was imitated in the group's point choreography, while their track " Likey " lyrically alludes to Instagram culture and the struggles of maintaining a beautiful social media image.
Twice have been well received in South Korea, ranking second in the top ten artists of the Gallup Korea survey for three consecutive years, becoming the highest-ranking Korean group in and , and the highest-ranking girl group in They entered within the top ten of the list again ranking third in , and ninth in Following their consecutive commercial successes in and , Twice has since been dubbed by Korean media as the "Nation's Girl Group", being cited as a follow-up to previously successful girl groups Girls' Generation and Kara.
Music critic Kang Tae-gyu has described Twice as being "one step ahead of the current period" among other girl groups from the same period of their debut.
In Japan, the group's positive reputation and relatability amongst fans were attributed by local media to the presence of Japanese members Momo, Sana, and Mina and gained Twice fame in the country even before their debut.
NHK News credited the group's commercial success with helping mend relations between Japan and South Korea. When Twice officially debuted in Japan through the release of their compilation Twice , the Tokyo Tower Observatory commemorated the event by displaying "TT" on the landmark—it was the first time that the Tokyo Tower had collaborated with an artist for a display, and was regarded as an unusual development by local media.
Internationally, Twice's notable bubblegum pop sound and distinctive choreography has led to the group receiving recognition by Time magazine as among the stand-out groups in K-pop.
Twice received its first award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards as Best New Female Artist , followed by another New Artist Award at the Golden Disc Awards.
In , Twice won its first music program award with " Cheer Up " on the May 5 episode of M Countdown. Twice also placed first in rookie artist total sales in , with sales reaching 1.
By May of the following year, they became the first artist to win seven consecutive Triple Crowns on Inkigayo. Twice were included in Variety 's Youth Impact Report —an annual list of young entertainers who have made an impact in the industry over the past year—at number 54 as the only K-pop group on the list.
Even before the official debut of Twice, the nine members had signed contracts as exclusive models for school uniform brand Skoolooks, alongside J.
By December , Twice had signed ten CF contracts, totaling earnings of KRW 1. Twice is one of the celebrity endorsers of Lotte Duty Free.
They also collaborated with shoe company Spris and created their own shoe brand called "Twice by Spris". They became the first idol group to model for the brand.
As of , Twice has represented about 30 different brands including cosmetics, clothing, online and mobile games, food and beverages, credit cards, and more.
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Flash Modus. RGB LED. Bluetooth Ver. SOLD OUT. Artist: Twice Titel: Season Greeting Format: Kalender Herkunft: Süd Korea Inhalt: - OUT BOX : xx75mm - STANDING CALENDAR : xmm - DIARY : xx20mm - MINI MESSAGE BOOK : xmm - PAPER PERFUME : 90xmm Lavender Artist: Twice Titel: Eyes wide open Format: CD Herkunft: Süd Korea Trackliste Hell In Heaven Up No More Do What We Like Bring It Back Believer Queen Go Hard Shot Clock Handle It Juni in Tainan , Taiwan ist eine taiwanische Sängerin und Mitglied der südkoreanischen Girlgroup Twice.
Chou Tzuyu wurde am Juni in Tainan Taiwan geboren. November des Jahres nach Südkorea um. Die Gruppe debütierte im Oktober Nach einer Umfrage von Gallup Korea war Tzuyu das drittpopulärste Idol nach Taeyeon und IU.
Im November trat Twice in der südkoreanischen Variety-Show My Little Television von MBC auf. Dabei zeigten sich die Mitglieder mit den Flaggen ihrer Herkunftsstaaten, wobei Tzuyu die Flagge der Republik China Taiwan sowie die südkoreanische hielt.
Signal , das vierte Mini-Album der Gruppe, erschien am Mai zusammen mit der gleichnamigen Single. Mini-Album und Single erreichten beide Platz 1 der Charts.
Juni veröffentlichten Twice die japanische Version von Signal als Vorab-Single zu ihrem offiziellen Debüt in Japan, das am Juni mit dem Album Twice folgte.
Twice stieg auf Platz 2 der Oricon Album Charts. Oktober erschien ihre erste japanische Single One More Time.
Mit Oktober erschien das erste komplette Studioalbum von Twice namens Twicetagram , den Albumtrack Likey beinhaltend.
Das Musikvideo zu Likey , welches Anfang September in Kanada gedreht wurde, erreichte in den ersten 24 Stunden Sie veröffentlichten zwei japanische Singles: Candy Pop und Wake Me Up.
Weiterhin nahmen sie ein Cover des Jackson-5 -Songs I Want You Back als Titellied für den japanischen Film Sensei Kunshu auf.
Im September erfolgte die Veröffentlichung ihres ersten japanischsprachigen Studioalbums BDZ. In Südkorea veröffentlichte die Gruppe im April das Album What Is Love?
März erschien das japanische Album Twice2 , welches aus Songs aus vorherigen koreanischen Alben besteht, welche ins Japanische übersetzt wurden.
Einen Monat später am April veröffentlichten sie das Album Fancy You. Juni veröffentlichte Twice zwei japanische Singles an einem Tag. Die beiden Songs sind Happy Happy und Breakthrough.
Happy Happy repräsentiert einen hellen Sommertag und Breakthrough zeigt die Gefühle einer kühlen Sommernacht. August in Kuala Lumpur.
Es wurden Konzerte in verschiedenen Städten in Asien , Nordamerika und Südamerika veranstaltet. September Das Album folgte einem für Twice neuem Konzept, war aber dennoch erfolgreich.
April erschien auf Youtube die achtteilige Dokumentarreihe Twice: Seize the Light über die Girlgroup und ihre Tournee Twicelights.
Oktober veröffentlichte Twice ihr zweites Studioalbum Eyes Wide Open , das 13 neue Lieder beinhaltet.
Am folgte die Veröffentlichung des Songs Cry For Me. Erstveröffentlichung Erstveröffentlichung: In: Mwave. Oktober , abgerufen am Februar englisch.
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