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TWICE Records Over Two Million Album Sales In Less Than Three Years

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TWICE is “heartshaker” who “knock knock” on people’s lives with its catchy music you will “likey”!

It has been less than three years since South Korean girl group TWICE made its debut as JYP Entertainment’s newest girl group, five years since Miss A.

But, the nine-member girl group is undoubtedly one of the most in-demand female artists in the K-Pop industry as evident from album sales and position on digital charts.

TWICE

(Photo from TWICE Japan’s Twitter)

 

In less than three years, the k-pop idols have now more than 2.2 million records sold as of April 15, according to JYP Entertainment. The number is the combined sales of all its album including one studio album and six extended play.

TWICE’s debut EP The Story Begins sold over 134,000 copies, becoming the best-selling debut EP by a K-Pop girl group of all time. The Story Begins broke the previous record set by Girls’ Generations’ first EP Gee of almost 100,000 copies sold.

Within 19 months after its debut, the girl group has already sold over 1.2 million records with four extended plays and a special album.

TWICE is known for its hit songs “Cheer Up”, “TT”, “Knock Knock”, “Signal”, “Likey”, and “Heartshaker” which have also performed considerably well on charts. Its most recent release “What Is Love?” was also well-received by the public, charting number one on domestic music charts.

TWICE

(Photo from JYP Entertainment)

Meanwhile, TWICE will embark on its second world tour beginning next month at the Jamsil Gymnasium in Seoul from May 18 to 20. By late May and early June, the girl group will be holding concerts in Japan.

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