TWICE Scores A 3-Year Streak Of Selling Over A Million Albums
Showing off their scintillating successful 2019, TWICE caps off an amazing year with another resounding achievement.
TWICE has officially exceeded selling one million copies of their albums. It includes the total cumulative sales volume of the girls’ 7th mini album, Fancy You, and their 8th mini album Feel Special released in 2019. Adding to that are the number of albums released in the past which totaled 1.114 million as of November. The report is based on Gaon Chart shipments.
Interestingly, the aggregated sales volume of the existing albums is about 340,000 suggesting a large number of followers happened in 2019.
Notably, this year’s performance draws attention owing to TWICE’s third time of hitting more than one million sales. Thus, proving their representative girl group status, as well as, selling power. Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu have sold album copies of 1,019,185 in 2017 and 1,484,062 pieces in 2018.
Debuted in 2015, TWICE carved their K-Pop music scene presence with mini album The Story Begins in 2015. Apart from numerous hit songs, they had released nine extended plays, three studio albums and two compilation albums.
Recently, Feel Special has also proved TWICE’s unique power by achieving over 445,000 cumulative sales of domestic record. Adding the revenues from Japan sales, it is nearing to exceed 800,000 copies.
This year, TWICE has visited key global cities for “Twicelights”world tour covering 29 performances. The world tour saw cheerful music stages in Bangkok, Manila, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, including four cities in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Newark and Chicago.
Because of the fans’ clamor, additional performances were added in Tokyo Dome on March 3 and 4. The girls are set to cap off the tour on March 7 and 8 at KSPO DOME in Seoul.
TWICE will release YouTube original contents including the brilliant moments of this world tour and the growth period in the first half of next year.
Source: Sports Chosun
Image Credit: JYP Entertainment