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One in a Million! Hello, we are TWICE!
(One in a Million! 안녕하세요, 트와이스입니다!)

—TWICE

TWICE (트와이스) is a nine-member girl group under JYP Entertainment. Formed through the reality show SIXTEEN, they debuted on October 20, 2015 with the mini album The Story Begins.

History[]

Pre-debut: New girl group and SIXTEEN[]

In December 2013, JYP Entertainment announced that they would debut a new six-member girl group in the first half of 2014.[1] It would be the company's first female group since the debut of miss A in 2010. In 2014, JYP trainees Cecilia and Lena were confirmed to be in the new group, tentatively called 6mix. Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Jihyo (or Jisoo), and Minyoung were also rumored to be in the group. By early 2015, Cecilia and Lena had left the company and the former was replaced by Sana, thus ultimately canceling their debut.[2]

In 2015, Park Jin Young announced that the new JYP girl group would be formed by the survival reality show SIXTEEN, where sixteen JYP trainees would compete to debut in the seven-member girl group TWICE. The show started on May 5 and ended with Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Dahyun, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, and Chaeyoung. During the finale, Park announced that he intended to add two more members into the group, making it a nine-member girl group. By audience vote, Tzuyu was added, and by Park's choice, Momo was added, thus starting the beginning of TWICE.

2015: Debut with The Story Begins[]

TWICE The Story Begins group promo photo 1

Promotional photo for The Story Begins.

On October 7, 2015, JYP launched the group's official website and announced on social media that the group would debut with the mini album The Story Begins with "Like Ooh-Ahh" as the title track. On October 20, the album and the song's music video were released online and through the Naver "V LIVE" App. The group held their debut showcase the same day, where they performed "Like Ooh-Ahh" along with dance tracks "Going Crazy" and "Do It Again". The title track's music video hit 50 million views within five months of their debut and became the most-viewed debut music video for any K-pop group, later becoming one of the first K-pop groups to have their debut music video pass 100 million views.

2016: Page Two, breakthrough and TWICEcoaster: Lane 1[]

TWICE Page Two group promo photo 2

Promotional photo for Page Two.

On April 25, 2016, their second mini album Page Two was released. It contains a total of seven songs including the title track "Cheer Up" and "I'm Gonna Be A Star" which serves as the theme song of SIXTEEN. TWICE won their first music program award on May 5, 2016, on M! Countdown, exactly one year after the initial airing of SIXTEEN.

On September 23, TWICE released their official colors, Apricot and Neon Magenta. Five days later, JYP Entertainment announced that the group was preparing for a late October comeback with a new album. On October 10, the agency released a time table for their mini album, TWICEcoaster: Lane 1.

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Teaser photo for "TWICEcoaster: Lane 1"

The album along with the music video for its title track "TT" was released online on October 24 at midnight. After an hour of its released, they achieved an All-Kill by topping on all of Korea's major music charts for five days. On November 17, "Cheer Up" became TWICE's second music video to reach 100 million views.

2017 (1): First concert tour, TWICEcoaster: Lane 2, Signal and Japanese debut[]

TWICE TWICEcoaster Lane 2 promotional photo

Promotional photo for TWICEcoaster : Lane 2

On January 3, 2017, "TT" became TWICE's third music video to hit 100 million views, becoming the fastest K-pop group music video to do so and breaking its own record with "Cheer Up".

It was revealed on January 10 that TWICE would be holding their first solo concert titled TWICE 1st Tour: TWICELAND The Opening with the first stop held at SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium in Seoul from February 17 and 19, as the first leg of their world tour. On January 25, it was announced that Bangkok would be second leg of their tour. The venue would be Thunder Dome, Muang Thong Thani, Bangkok, Thailand on April 8. The following day, it was announced that Singapore would be the third leg in the world tour. It was going to be held in The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre, Singapore City, Singapore on April 29. On January 18, JYPE announced that TWICE were going to be making a comeback and releasing a special album titled TWICEcoaster: Lane 2. Later on February 2, it was announced that the album would come out on February 20, and the title song for album would be "Knock Knock". On February 12, the track list and the album cover was released. The album and title track's music video was released online on February 20 at midnight. An hour after release, the group achieved the top spot on all eight of Korea’s major real-time music charts, grabbing an All-Kill.

On February 8, TWICE opened their official Japanese website and Twitter account. It was announced on February 24 that the group would debut in Japan on June 28, 2017 by releasing the album #TWICE, which includes Japanese versions of their first three title tracks.

TWICE Signal group promo photo

Promotional photo for Signal

On May 1, it was announced that the group would be making a comeback with their fourth mini album Signal with the title track of the same name.

The album, along with the music video for "Signal", was released on May 15 at 18:00 KST. It 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.

2017 (2): Twicetagram, "One More Time" and Merry & Happy[]

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Promotional photo for Twicetagram

In early September, TWICE was spotted filming a music video in Canada which JYPE confirmed on the 7th. Their agency announced on the 25th that the group was prepping for a comeback in late October. It was later revealed on October 16 that the group would be releasing their first album titled Twicetagram on the 30th with "Likey" as the title track.

The group released their first Japanese single "One More Time" on October 18. The single became the biggest first-day sales and fastest-selling album by a Korean girl group in the country. The single was later certified Platinum by RIAJ after selling over 250,000 copies.

On November 25, the group announced during a V Live that Twicetagram would have a repackage. The album titled Merry & Happy was released on December 11 with "Heart Shaker" as the title track.

2018 (1): "Candy Pop", What is Love?, "Wake Me Up", 2nd concert tour and "I Want You Back"[]

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Teaser photo for What is Love?

On February 7, TWICE released their second Japanese single "Candy Pop". On February 26, it was revealed the group would be aiming for a Korean comeback in early April with JYPE still discussing the exact date.[3] The first teaser for their fifth mini album titled What is Love? was released on March 25.[4] The album was subsequently released on April 9, 2018.

On May 16, TWICE's third Japanese single, "Wake Me Up" was released. Two days later, TWICE's 2nd tour, TWICE 2nd Tour: TWICELAND Zone 2: Fantasy Park began in Seoul.

Twice performed a cover of The Jackson 5's song "I Want You Back" as a OST for a Japanese film called Sensei Kunshu; the song and its music video was released on June 15. On June 26, another music video with the cast of the film was released.

2018 (2): Summer Nights, BDZ, 3rd concert tour, Yes or Yes, The Year of "Yes" and BDZ -Repackage-[]

On July 9, their second special album, Summer Nights, was released with "Dance the Night Away" serving as the title track.

TWICE BDZ promotional photo

Promotional photo for BDZ

On September 12, the group released their first Japanese full-length album BDZ including all Japanese singles tracks released after #TWICE and five new tracks. After the release of the album, on September 29, their first Japanese arena tour, TWICE 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ", began in Chiba, Japan.

On October 22, "Stay By My Side" was released on digital platforms. It was featured on the repackage of BDZ as the title track. On November 5, they released their sixth mini album Yes or Yes followed by the third special album by the group, The Year of "Yes", released on December 12, 2018. On December 26, BDZ -Repackage- was released on digital platforms.

2019 (1): #TWICE2, TWICE Dome Tour 2019, Fancy You[]

On March 6, they released their second Japanese best album #TWICE2. It was also certified platinum from the RIAJ.

TWICE Fancy You group promotional photo

Promotional photo for Fancy You

TWICE made history as the first female K-pop girl group to hold a Japanese dome tour, named TWICE Dome Tour 2019 "#Dreamday", with a total audience of 220,000 during five shows in Osaka, Tokyo and Nagoya was held in March and April 2019.

On April 22, they released their seventh mini album Fancy You. The music video of "Fancy", which garnered over 42.1 million views in a single day, also reached the seventh position in the list of YouTube's biggest debuts during the first 24 hours. The release of Fancy You made TWICE the best-selling Korean girl group of all time with a total of 3,750,000 copies sold from their twelve Korean releases, surpassing the twenty-year-old record of S.E.S.. TWICE has also sold over approximately six million albums worldwide.

2019 (2): TWICE World Tour 2019 'TWICELIGHTS', "Breakthrough" & "Happy Happy", Mina's hiatus, Feel Special, &TWICE[]

The group began their TWICE World Tour 2019 'TWICELIGHTS' with their first concert taking place on May 25 in Seoul.

On June 12, TWICE released both "Happy Happy" and "Breakthrough" singles digitally alongside with their accompanying music videos.

On July 11, JYPE announced that Mina would not be participating in their world tour from the Singapore stop onwards due to health reasons regarding sudden extreme anxiety and insecurity towards performing on stage.[5]

TWICE Feel Special group promo photo (1)

Promotional photo for Feel Special

On July 17, the group announced the addition of a Japanese leg to their world tour, scheduled for 12 concerts in seven cities from October to February of next year.[6] On the same day, "Happy Happy" was released physically while "Breakthrough" was released the following week on July 24. Both singles were certified Platinum by RIAJ on August 9.[7]

On August 8, news outlet SPOTV News reported that TWICE would be filming their comeback music video that week. JYPE confirmed the group was preparing for their comeback but the exact date had not yet been finalized.[8] They released their eighth mini album Feel Special on September 23.

On September 6, TWICE announced that they will be releasing their second Japanese album &TWICE on November 20 with "Fake & True" as the album's title track.[9]

2020: Repackage of &TWICE, More & More, "Fanfare", #TWICE3, Eyes Wide Open, Jeongyeon's first hiatus & "Better"[]

TWICE More & More group concept photo

Promotional photo for More & More

On February 5, TWICE released a repackage to &TWICE called &TWICE -Repackage-. The repackage featured a new song called "Swing" and a different version of the "Fake and True" MV, titled "The Truth Game", which was not uploaded online and was only featured as track 1 on the limited edition DVD.

On June 1, TWICE released their ninth mini album More & More, with seven tracks, including the title track "More & More". The album was released in three editions; A,B, and C. Prior to the album's release, on May 29, merchandise including T-shirts, a bucket hat and a keychain were added to the group's shop, to which more merchandise was later added on May 31. A week later, TWICE released their sixth Japanese single, "Fanfare". The single has four editions, a regular CD-only version, 2 CD+DVD versions, and a fan club exclusive CD only version. The B-side to the single was the Japanese version of "More & More".[10]

On July 17, the group announced their third Japanese best album, #TWICE3, which was released on September 16.

On August 5, it was reported that TWICE would be making a comeback in October. JYPE responded that the group is working on a new album and would announce details on the comeback schedule once they were confirmed.[11] On September 25, their comeback date was confirmed to be on October 26.[12] At midnight on October 1, the group revealed a timeline titled "TWICE of October" with the celebrations of their 5th debut anniversary and the promotional period of their second full album.[13] On October 7, it was revealed that the group's second full album, to be released on October 26, would be titled Eyes Wide Open.[13]

On October 17, 2020, JYPE announced that Jeongyeon would be sitting out of promotions for Eyes Wide Open due to experiencing psychological anxiousness. She would take time to have "sufficient rest and absolute stability, accompanied by professional medical measures".[14] On December 18, the group released their first Korean digital single, "Cry For Me", as a gift for their fans and as a pre-release single for their new album, after first performing the track at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards on December 6.[15]

2021: "Kura Kura", Taste of Love, Perfect World, "The Feels", Jeongyeon's second hiatus, Formula of Love: O+T=<3 & "Doughnut", 'Ⅲ'[]

On January 28, TWICE announced their first Japan online concert "TWICE in Wonderland", held on March 6, through a new experience live developed by NTT Docomo. The group released their eighth Japanese single "Kura Kura" on May 12.

On April 19, it was reported by Star News that TWICE would be making a full group comeback in June and were currently filming their music video in Jeju Island. JYPE confirmed the news later and explained that a detailed schedule of their comeback would be released soon.[16] On May 3 at midnight, it was confirmed that the group would be coming back with their 10th mini album Taste of Love on June 9 and 11.[17]

TWICE Perfect World group promo photo

Promotional photo for Perfect World

On May 19, the group announced their third Japanese studio album, Perfect World, which was released on July 28.[18]

On June 25, TWICE announced that they would be releasing their first full English digital single in September.[19] Teaser images were released on August 2, 4, and 6 with the latter teaser revealing the single's name as "The Feels", set to release on October 1.[20]

On August 18, JYPE announced that Jeongyeon would be taking another hiatus due to panic and psychological anxiety.[21]

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Promotional photo for Formula of Love: O+T=<3

On October 1, TWICE revealed at the end of "The Feels" music video that their a 6th anniversary celebration week would be held that same month, third full-length album would be released in November, and that they will hold their 4th tour soon.[22] On October 8, it was announced that third full-length album Formula of Love: O+T=<3 would be released on November 12.[23]

On November 15, TWICE announced their world tour, TWICE 4th World Tour 'Ⅲ', and began on December 25 at Seoul's Olympic Park KSPO Dome.[24]

On December 15, the group released their ninth Japanese single "Doughnut".

2022: #TWICE4, Celebrate, Nayeon solo debut, & Between 1&2[]

On January 31, the group announced their fourth Japanese best album, #TWICE4, which was released on March 16.

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Promotional photo for Between 1&2

On February 15 and 16, TWICE began their US leg of TWICE 4th World Tour 'Ⅲ' for their sold-out dates at The Forum in Inglewood, CA.

On April 25, the group announced their fourth Japanese studio album, Celebrate, which will be released on July 27.

On May 19, 2022, a teaser photo was posted on TWICE's social media accounts announcing that Nayeon will be making her solo debut with her first mini album, Im Nayeon, on June 24, 2022.[25]

On July 12, JYP Entertainment announced that all nine members have renewed their contacts with the company.[26] The next day, a teaser photo was posted on the group's social media accounts which announced that they will be releasing their 11th mini album, Between 1&2, on August 26.[27][28]

2023: "Moonlight Sunrise", Ready To Be, "Hare Hare", Jihyo solo debut, The Remixes, "Dance Again"[]

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Promotional photo for Ready To Be

On December 21, 2022, TWICE announced that they would be making a comeback in the first quarter of 2023 (labeled as Our Youth), starting with a pre-release English single in January, followed by their 12th mini album in March.[29] On January 3, 2023, it was revealed their pre-release English single, "Moonlight Sunrise", would be released on January 20.[30]

On February 3, it was announced that TWICE will be releasing their 12th mini album, Ready To Be, on March 10.[31]

On February 22, TWICE announced their world tour, TWICE 5th World Tour and will began touring on April 15 at KSPO Dome, Seoul.[32]

TWICE Hare Hare group promo photo

Promotional photo for "Hare Hare"

On March 22, it was announced that TWICE will be releasing their 10th Japanese single, "Hare Hare", on May 31.[33]

On June 5, TWICE hinted at an upcoming release scheduled for August.[34] Then on June 9, a first teaser was released which confirmed that group member Jihyo would be the second member up for solo debut.[35]

On June 10, it was announced that TWICE has sold over 1 million units in the United States making them the first Kpop girl group to do so and fourth overall.[36]

On November 22, TWICE released their first English remix album, The Remixes.

On December 11, TWICE announced that they will release their fifth Japanese digital single, "Dance Again", on December 12.[37]

2024: "I Got You", With You-th, Dive[]

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Promotional photo for "With You-th"

On December 5, 2023, TWICE posted a teaser image hinting at an upcoming comeback scheduled for Spring 2024.[38]

On December 15, 2023, TWICE posted a teaser image of their pre-release English single album "I Got You", set to be released on February 2, 2024.[39]

On December 28, 2023, TWICE announced that they will release their fifth Japanese full-length album in Summer 2024.[40]

On January 3, TWICE posted a teaser video for their 13th mini album, With You-th, set to be released on February 23.[41]

On May 1, TWICE announced that they will be releasing their fifth Japanese full-length album, Dive, on July 17.[42]

Members[]

Name Nationality Position(s) Color Animal[43] Years active
English Korean Japanese
Nayeon 나연 ナヨン Korean Lead Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Center      Sky Blue Bunny 2015–present
Jeongyeon 정연 ジョンヨン Korean Lead Vocalist      Yellow-Green Dog
Momo 모모 モモ Japanese Main Dancer, Sub Vocalist, Sub Rapper      Pink Raccoon
Sana 사나 サナ Japanese Sub Vocalist      Purple Hamster
Jihyo 지효 ジヒョ Korean Leader, Main Vocalist      Apricot Unicorn/ Owl
Mina 미나 ミナ Japanese Main Dancer, Sub Vocalist      Mint Penguin
Dahyun 다현 ダヒョン Korean Lead Rapper, Sub Vocalist      White Pig
Chaeyoung 채영 チェヨン Korean Main Rapper, Sub Vocalist      Red Tiger
Tzuyu 쯔위 ツウィ Taiwanese Lead Dancer, Sub Vocalist, Visual, Maknae      Blue Deer

Sub-units[]

Discography[]

Korean[]

Studio albums[]

EPs[]

Mini albums[]

Special albums[]

Digital singles[]

Remix singles[]

OSTs[]

Japanese[]

Studio albums[]

Best albums[]

Mini albums[]

Singles[]

Digital singles[]

English[]

Remix albums[]

Single albums[]

Digital singles[]

Remix singles[]

Videography[]

Blu-rays/DVDs[]

  • TWICE 5th World Tour 'Ready To Be' in Seoul (2024)

Concerts[]

Asia tours[]

Japan tours[]

Online concerts[]

Showcase tours[]

World tours[]

Fanmeetings[]

Japan fanmeetings[]

Online fanmeetings[]

Filmography[]

Documentaries[]

  • TWICELAND (2018)

Reality shows[]

  • TWICE TV (2015–present)
  • TWICE Private Life (Mnet, 2016)
  • Time To TWICE (2020–present)

Web shows[]

  • TWICE: Seize the Light (YouTube Premium, 2020)

Photobooks[]

  • TWICE Monograph Page Two (2016)
  • TWICE Monograph TWICEcoaster: Lane 1 (2017)
  • TWICE Monograph Signal (2017)
  • TWICE Monograph Twicetagram (2018)
  • TWICE Monograph Merry & Happy (2018)
  • TWICE Monograph What is Love? (2018)
  • TWICE Monograph Summer Nights (2019)
  • TWICE Monograph Yes or Yes (2019)
  • TWICE Monograph The Year of "Yes" (2019)
  • TWICE Monograph Fancy You (2019)
  • TWICE Monograph Feel Special (2020)
  • TWICE Monograph More & More (2020)
  • TWICE Monograph Eyes Wide Open (2021)
  • TWICE Monograph Taste of Love (2021)
  • TWICE Monograph Formula of Love: O+T=<3 (2022)
  • TWICE Monograph Between 1&2 (2023)
  • TWICE Monograph Ready To Be (2023)[44]
  • TWICE Monograph With You-th (2024)[45]

Endorsements[]

On October 6, 2022, Lotte Duty Free announced that they have selected TWICE as their new models.[46]

  • ELSWORD (2015)
  • LG U+ LTE ME (2015)
  • K-Milk (2015-2016)
  • Innisfree (2015-2016)
  • Red Cettu (2015-2016)
  • KB Kookmin Bank (2015-2016)
  • Skoolooks (2015-2017)
  • Arena Korea (2016)
  • Golfzon (2016)
  • Dunkin Donuts (2016)
  • Gamaro Chicken (2016)
  • TOMARU (2016)
  • Nature Collection (2016)
  • Lost Tale (2016)
  • Legion Of Heroes (2016)
  • I.SEOUL.U (2016-2017)
  • NBA Style Korea (2016-2017)
  • LG Household & Health (2016-2017)
  • SPRIS (2016-2017)
  • Nexon "Sudden Attack" (2016-2017)
  • STRIKEZON (2016-2017)
  • KakaoTalk (2016-2018)
  • Lotte Duty Free (2016-2019, 2022-)
  • MLB (2017)
  • SK Planet 11th Street (2017)
  • LG V30[47] (2017)
  • Y! Mobile (2017-2018)
  • Pocari Sweat[48] (2017-2019)
  • Acuvue Korea (2018)
  • Nike Air Max (2018)
  • Beanpole Sport[49] (2018)
  • AUBE Japan (2019)
  • DX: War of the New Century (2019)
  • Qoo (2019–present)
  • Estée Lauder Korea (2019–present)
  • Acmé de la vie[50] (2020–present)
  • Tokopedia Indonesia (2020)
  • Pearly Gates (2022)
  • Roblox (2023)

Awards and nominations[]

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by TWICE

Trivia[]

  • Before the release of Page Two, a fan of TWICE used a group image teaser from the album to edited the colors slightly to create a Pocari Sweat advertisement. The piece of fanart was sent to Pocari Sweat's Facebook page, and was the reason why TWICE landed a CF with Pocari Sweat in 2017.
  • For three years in a row, Twice ranked second on the top 10 artists category in Gallup Korea's annual public polls from 2016 to 2018. During the same years, three members, Nayeon, Tzuyu, and Jeongyeon ranked among the top 20 idols category. Dahyun ranked only in 2017. Sana and Momo ranked only in 2018.[51][52][53]

Gallery[]

Main article: TWICE/Gallery

References[]

  1. Soompi: JYP Entertainment Will Showcase New 6 Member Girl Group First Half of Next Year
  2. Channel Korea: Several Female Trainees Have Left JYP Entertainment, What Happened?
  3. Soompi: TWICE Revealed To Be Preparing For Upcoming Comeback
  4. Allkpop: TWICE Kick Off Their Road to 'What Is Love?' Comeback With a Timetable Teaser Image!
  5. Soompi: TWICE’s Mina To Not Participate In “TWICELIGHTS” Tour Due To Health Concerns
  6. Yonhap: TWICE announces Japanese leg of ongoing world tour
  7. Allkpop: TWICE hits Platinum with their 4th and 5th Japanese singles
  8. Soompi: TWICE Confirmed To Film Comeback MV This Week
  9. TWICE Japan: TWICE JAPAN 2nd ALBUM『&TWICE』(アンド トゥワイス)リリース決定!
  10. TWICE Japan: Fanfare special site
  11. Soompi: TWICE Reported To Make October Comeback + JYP Responds
  12. Soompi: TWICE Confirms Date For October Comeback
  13. 13.0 13.1 TWICE on Twitter: "TWICE THE 2ND FULL ALBUM <Eyes Wide Open>
  14. TWICE Fan's: Information about Jeongyeon's Health Status and Further Participation in TWICE Activity
  15. Soompi: TWICE Delights With Plans To Release New Song, "Cry For Me" After 2020 MAMA Performance
  16. Soompi: TWICE Confirms June Comeback Plans + Currently Filming MV
  17. TWICE on Twitter: TWICE The 10th Mini Album <Taste of Love> Release on 2021.06.09 2021.06.11 Worldwide/US Digital & Physical Pre-order starts 2021.05.10 (May 3, 2021)
  18. Oricon: TWICE to release Japan's 3rd album Perfect World, teaser photos revealed
  19. Soompi: TWICE Announces Plans For First Full English Digital Single
  20. Soompi: TWICE Unveils Teasers For 1st Full English Single “The Feels”
  21. Koreaboo: TWICE's Jeongyeon to take a hiatus due to anxiety and panic
  22. Soompi: TWICE Announces November Comeback And New Tour
  23. Soompi: TWICE Announces Comeback Date With 1st Teaser For New Album “Formula of Love: O+T=<3"
  24. TWICE on Twitter: TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’ (November 15, 2021)
  25. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (May 19, 2022)
  26. Soompi: All 9 Members Of TWICE Renew Contracts With JYP Entertainment
  27. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (July 13, 2022)
  28. Soompi: TWICE Announces August Comeback + Drops 1st Teaser For “BETWEEN 1&2”
  29. Soompi: TWICE Announces Plans For 2023 Comeback + Pre-Release English Single
  30. TWICE on Twitter (January 3, 2023 tweet)
  31. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (February 3, 2023)
  32. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (February 22, 2023)
  33. @JYPETWICE_JAPAN on Twitter (March 22, 2023)
  34. Soompi: TWICE Hints At August Release With 1st Teaser For “Killin’ Me Good”
  35. Soompi: TWICE’s Jihyo Confirms Upcoming Solo Debut With New “Killin’ Me Good” Teaser
  36. Soompi: TWICE Makes History As 1st K-Pop Girl Group Ever To Sell 1 Million Albums In U.S.
  37. @JYPETWICE_JAPAN on Twitter (December 11, 2023)
  38. Soompi: TWICE Hints At Spring 2024 Release With Mysterious Teaser
  39. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (December 15, 2023)
  40. (JP) 緊急告知
  41. @JYPETWICE on Twitter (January 3, 2024)
  42. @JYPETWICE_JAPAN on Twitter (May 1, 2024)
  43. YouTube: From TWICE, To ONCE
  44. TWICE on Twitter (July 8, 2023)
  45. @theJYPshop on Twitter (March 20, 2024)
  46. (KR) Naver: 롯데면세점, 트와이스 모델 발탁…이준호·에스파 초호화 라인업
  47. Kpopping: LG V30 x TWICE
  48. Kpopping: TWICE x Pocari Sweat
  49. Kpopping: TWICE for Beanpole Sport 2018 Winter collection
  50. Acmé de la vie website: TWICE page
  51. Soompi: Koreans Choose Top 10 Artists And Top 20 Idols Of 2016
  52. Soompi: Koreans Choose Top Singers, Songs, And Idols Of 2017
  53. Soompi: Koreans Vote For Artists Who Shined The Most + Favorite Songs And Idols Of 2018

Official links[]

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