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Twice performing "Cheer Up" in July 2018 Left to right, back to front: Sana, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, Tzuyu, Nayeon, Momo, Jihyo, Jeongyeon, and Mina
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2015 (2015)–present
Labels
Associated actsJYP Nation
Websitetwice.jype.com
Members

Twice (Korean트와이스; Japanese: トゥワイス), commonly stylized as TWICE, is a South Korean girl group formed by JYP Entertainment. The group is composed of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. Twice was formed under the television program Sixteen (2015) and debuted on October 20, 2015, with the extended play (EP) The Story Begins.

Twice rose to domestic fame in 2016 with their single "Cheer Up", which charted at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart, became the best-performing single of the year, and won "Song of the Year" at the Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards. Their next single, "TT", from their third EP Twicecoaster: Lane 1, topped the Gaon charts for four consecutive weeks. The EP was the highest selling Korean girl group album of 2016. Within 19 months after debut, Twice had already sold over 1.2 million units of their four EPs and special album. Following the release of their seventh EP, Fancy You, Twice had sold over 3.75 million albums in Korea in 2019. As of December 2020, the group has sold over 10 million albums in South Korea and Japan.

The group debuted in Japan on June 28, 2017 under Warner Music Japan, with the release of a compilation album titled #Twice. The album charted at number 2 on the Oricon Albums Chart with the highest first-week album sales by a K-pop artist in Japan in two years. It was followed by the release of Twice's first original Japanese maxi single titled "One More Time" in October. Twice became the first Korean girl group to earn a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for both an album and CD single in the same year. Twice ranked third in the Top Artist category of Billboard Japan's 2017 Year-End Rankings, and in 2019, they became the first Korean girl group to embark on a Japanese dome tour.

Twice has been met with much international success, becoming the first female Korean act to top both the Billboard World Albums and World Digital Song Sales chart with the release of their first studio album Twicetagram and its lead single "Likey" in 2017. With the release of their single "Feel Special" in 2019, Twice became the third female Korean act to chart into the Canadian Hot 100. After signing with Republic Records for American promotions as part of a partnership with JYP Entertainment, the group has charted into the Billboard 200 with More & More and Eyes Wide Open in 2020. They have been dubbed the next "Nation's Girl Group", and their point choreography—including for "Cheer Up" (2016), "TT" (2016) and "Signal" (2017)—became dance crazes and viral memes imitated by many celebrities.

History

2013–2015: Formation and debut

JYPE founder J. Y. Park is credited with creating the group's name

On December 19, 2013, JYP Entertainment ('JYPE') announced that they would debut a new girl group in the first half of 2014, the first female group to come out of the company since the debut of Miss A in 2010.[4] On February 27, 2014, JYPE trainees Lena and Cecilia were confirmed as members of the group tentatively called as 6MIX, while other rumored members included JYPE trainees Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Jihyo (then known as Jisoo) and Minyoung.[5][6] The group's debut plan was eventually canceled when Lena and Cecilia left the company.[7]

On February 11, 2015, J. Y. Park, the founder of JYPE, announced that the lineup of the upcoming seven-member girl group would be decided through Sixteen, a competition survival show that would air on Mnet later that year.[8] The show began on May 5 and ended on July 7 with Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, and Chaeyoung being selected as the seven Twice members. Park then announced that he would increase the size of the group from seven members to nine by adding Tzuyu, who was known as the "audience's pick" since she was the most popular contestant by the show's end, and Momo, who was added by Park himself since he felt the group needed someone with Momo's performance abilities. The decision was controversial at the time, with many people complaining about eliminated contestants being able to join the group.[9][10][11] The group's name, Twice, was chosen by Park, explaining that "the group will touch people's hearts twice: once through the ears, and once again through the eyes."[12] Fans of Twice are known as "Once", commonly stylized as ONCE, illustrated by the members' statement "If you love us even once, we will repay your love with twice of our love" on social media in 2015.[13][14]

Twice made their official debut on October 20, 2015, with the release of their debut EP The Story Begins, simultaneously with its lead single "Like Ooh-Ahh" alongside a live showcase to promote it.[15][16] The group initially received a lukewarm reception; while their EP debuted at number 4 on the Gaon Album Chart for the week ending October 24 before peaking at number 3 two weeks later,[17][18] its lead single "Like Ooh-Ahh" met moderate success debuting at number 22 on the Gaon Digital Chart.[19] A week after its release, the single dropped to number 57 on South Korea's largest music site Melon, but through word of mouth from netizens regarding the group's subsequent promotions and performances, "Like Ooh-Ahh" reached within the top 10 of various Korean music charts including Melon, Genie, and Naver Music by November 15. Such a reverse run on music charts by a rookie girl group was deemed unusual by Korean media.[20][21] Eventually, "Like Ooh-Ahh" would reach its peak position of number 10 on the Gaon Digital Chart, three months after the song's original release.[22] The music video for the group's single hit 50 million views on YouTube within five months of their debut and became one of the most-viewed debut music videos for any K-pop group.[23][24] The group's early success earned them a "Best New Female Artist" award at the 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards held on December 2.[25] On December 27, Twice performed a remix version of their single "Like Ooh-Ahh" at SBS Gayo Daejeon, which was the group's first-ever attendance on a year-end music program.[26][27]

2016: Career breakthrough

Twice performing at Seoul Arts College in February 2016

On its chart issue dated January 23, 2016, Billboard reported that Twice had entered its World Albums Chart, with their debut EP The Story Begins debuting and peaking at number 15, which marked the group's first entry on the chart.[28]

On April 25, 2016, Twice released their second EP, Page Two, which notably included the lead single "Cheer Up", a rearranged version of Park Ji-yoon's 1998 hit "Precious Love", and "I'm Gonna Be a Star", which served as the theme song for Sixteen.[29] The album became a commercial success for the group, debuting at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and number six on the Billboard World Albums chart, with 80,686 units sold during the month of April.[30][31][32] With the total first-week sales volume for Page Two reaching approximately 41,800 copies, Twice achieved the highest first-week sales volume by a Korean girl group for the year.[33] By August, Page Two had sold over 150,000 copies, making Twice the first girl group having a sales record of more than 100,000 units that year.[34] Meanwhile, the album's lead single "Cheer Up" became the group's first chart-topper in South Korea, debuting at number 1 on eight real-time music charts immediately after its release, before going on to debut atop both the Gaon Digital Chart and the Billboard K-pop Hot 100 chart.[33][35][36] Notably, the song became a viral meme in South Korea due to the "shy shy shy" line delivered by Sana.[37] Eventually, the song became the best-performing single in South Korea for the entirety of 2016.[38] "Cheer Up" also received international success, debuting and peaking at number three on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart.[39] Additionally, Twice became the only Korean act to send an entry on the YouTube Chart for the year when "Cheer Up" charted at number 25 in May.[40]

Twice won their first music program award with "Cheer Up" on May 5, on M Countdown, exactly one year after the initial airing of Sixteen. This was soon followed by wins on Music Bank and Inkigayo.[41][42] The group then made their debut performance in the United States with an appearance at the KCON music festival held in Los Angeles on July 31.[43]

In celebration of Twice's first anniversary since debut on October 20, the group unveiled their new song "One in a Million" from their upcoming third EP, Twicecoaster: Lane 1, through a live broadcast on V Live.[44] Twicecoaster: Lane 1 and the music video of pop dance song "TT" were released online on October 24.[45][46] In Korea, the album recorded more than 165,000 physical copies sold on the Gaon Chart within a week, exceeding the five-month sales of the group's previous release Page Two in only seven days. Eventually, Twicecoaster: Lane 1 became the best-selling K-pop girl group album for 2016, selling 350,852 copies at year-end.[47][48] Its lead single "TT" became one of the best-performing songs in 2016, claiming the top spot of the Gaon Digital Chart for four consecutive weeks and becoming the best-performing single in South Korea for the month of November.[49] Internationally, the group's third EP debuted at number 3 on Billboard's World Album chart, marking their first Top 5 entry, with the album's lead single "TT" debuting at number 2 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart.[40] "TT" then became the first music video by a K-pop female act to surpass 200 million views on May 25, 2017.[50]

On November 11, the music video for their debut single "Like Ooh-Ahh" hit 100 million views on YouTube, making Twice the fourth K-pop girl group to reach 100 million views, as well as the first K-pop group to reach this milestone with a debut music video.[51] On November 19, Twice's "Cheer Up" won Song of the Year at the 8th Melon Music Awards. It was then followed by another Song of the Year award at the 18th Mnet Asian Music Awards on December 2.[52][53]

2017: First concert tour and Japanese debut

Twice performing in 2017

On January 10, JYPE announced Twice's first solo concert tour within just a year and four months after debuting in October 2015. 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.[54][55][56][57] After the Korean leg of the concert tour, Twice released a special album on February 20 titled Twicecoaster: Lane 2, along with its lead single, "Knock Knock". The album was a reissue of Twicecoaster: Lane 1.[58] The album debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart and charted at number four on the Billboard World Albums chart, selling 266,645 copies by the end of February.[59] Its lead single "Knock Knock" debuted atop the Gaon Digital Chart, and peaked at numbers 5 and 15 on the World Digital Song Sales and Japan Hot 100, respectively.[60]

Twice launched their Japanese website and social media channels in early February.[61][62] On February 24, they officially announced their Japanese debut with a compilation album titled #Twice which was set to be released on June 28.[63][64] On May 15, Twice released their fourth EP titled Signal with the lead track of the same name, produced by Park Jin-young. 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.[65][66][67] Signal debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart on the first week of its release, while also entering the Billboard World Albums chart at number three. The album also entered the Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart, debuting at number 11. By the end of May, it was reported to be the second best-selling album in South Korea for the month, recording sales of 248,550 copies.[68] Meanwhile, the album's eponymous lead single debuted atop the Gaon Digital Chart and the Billboard K-pop Hot 100, and at number three on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart.[69] With the commercial success of Signal, it was reported that Twice had reached cumulative sales of over 1 million copies of their five albums, achieving the feat in just one year and seven months after debuting.[70]

On June 14, Twice digitally released "Signal (Japanese ver.)", along with the short version of its music video as a preview and countdown to their Japanese debut album release. One week later, they released the full music video of the Japanese version of "TT".[71][72] They officially debuted in Japan with the release of #Twice on June 28. It consists of ten songs, including both Korean and Japanese-language versions of their first five singles.[73] On July 2, Twice held their two-part debut showcase titled "Touchdown in Japan" at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, attended by a total of 15,000 people.[74] #Twice debuted at number 2 on Oricon Albums Chart with 136,157 copies sold within seven days since its release.[75] The commercial success of Twice's debut Japanese album was reported to have the highest first-week album sales by a Korean artist in Japan in two years.[76] Less than two months after the album's release, it recorded sales of over 260,000 copies.[77] On October 6, the group released the music video for their first Japanese single, "One More Time", ahead of its official release on October 18.[78][79] Selling over 130,000 copies by the second day of its release, the single achieved the biggest first-day sales and became the fastest-selling release of any South Korean girl group in Japan.[80][81] Both #Twice and "One More Time" earned platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). 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.[82] "TT (Japanese ver.)", the digital single from #Twice, also earned an RIAJ gold certification for selling 100,000 downloads.[83] #Twice and "TT (Japanese ver.)" then won Album of the Year and Song of the Year by Download for the Asian Region at the 32nd Japan Gold Disc Awards.[84][85]

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.[86] "Likey" was composed by Black Eyed Pilseung and Jeon Gun, becoming the group's fourth collaboration with Black Eyed Pilseung. 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".[87][88][89] The album and its lead single debuted atop both Billboard's World Albums and World Digital Song Sales respectively—the group's first number one on both charts, making Twice the first female K-pop act to top both Billboard charts. They also rose on the Heatseekers Albums chart as the album debuted at number 10, one position higher than Signal's peak at number 11.[90]

The Christmas-inspired reissue of Twicetagram, titled Merry & Happy, along with its lead single "Heart Shaker" was released on December 11, 2017.[91][92] The album and its lead single "Heart Shaker" debuted at No. 1 on four charts of GaonAlbum Chart and Digital Chart, Download Chart and Social Chart respectively, while the holiday track "Merry & Happy" entered and peaked at No. 24 on the Gaon Digital Chart.[93][94]

Twice's successful debut in Japan led them to rank third in the Top Artist category of Billboard Japan's 2017 Year-End Rankings.[95] Twice then performed at 68th Kōhaku Uta Gassen, the top-rated annual year-end musical show in Japan produced by NHK, which marked the first time a Korean artist appeared on the show since 2011.[96]

2018: Continued success and touring

Twice's second Japanese single titled "Candy Pop" was released on February 7, 2018. The single sold 303,746 copies in its first week and topped the Japan Hot 100 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 2018 "Candy Pop", starting on January 19, 2018, in the Aichi Prefecture.[97][98] On April 9, 2018, they released their fifth EP, What Is Love?, with the single of the same name produced by Park Jin-young.[99] The EP sold 335,235 copies in the first month and made Twice become the first female artist and the fifth act to earn a platinum certification by the Korea Music Content Association (KMCA), for selling over 250,000 copies.[100][101] Twice's third Japanese single, "Wake Me Up", was released on May 16, 2018, and was certified Double Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).[102][103][104] The single became the first physical single by a foreign female artist to be certified double platinum by the RIAJ.[105][106] Their second headline tour titled "Twice 2nd Tour: Twiceland Zone 2 – Fantasy Park" began in Seoul on May 18–20, 2018.[107][108] By its conclusion, the group's concert tour had attracted over 90,000 fans in six cities across Asia.[109]

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, 2018, along with the music video.[110][111] A second version of the music video featuring the cast of the film was released on June 26, 2018.[112] On July 9, 2018, an expanded reissue of What Is Love? named Summer Nights, along with its lead single "Dance the Night Away", was released.[113] The single surpassed 100 million streams and sold 2,500,000 downloads on Gaon Music Chart, earning the group its very first platinum single certification for both streaming and download, and made Twice the second act to earn a platinum certification for streaming, download and album by the KMCA since certifications were introduced in April 2018.[114][115][101]

On September 12, 2018, 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, 2018.[116][117] BDZ debuted at number 1 on the daily ranking of Oricon Albums Chart with 89,721 units sold, setting a record for the highest first day sales of albums released by a Korean girl group in Japan.[118] It also topped the weekly ranking with 181,069 units sold, making Twice the fifth foreign female artist in Oricon history to top both the weekly singles and albums chart.[119] The release of the album was followed with their concert tour named Twice 1st Arena Tour 2018 "BDZ", beginning in Chiba on September 29, 2018.[120] The studio album was certified platinum by the RIAJ, making it the group's fifth consecutive platinum certification in Japan.[121] Twice released their sixth EP, Yes or Yes, on November 5, 2018, with the lead single of the same name.[122] The music video of "Yes or Yes" achieved 31.4 million views on YouTube within the first 24 hours, becoming the seventh-biggest 24-hour YouTube debut of all time.[123]

On December 12, 2018, 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.[124] The group also released a repackage of BDZ with "Stay by My Side", the theme song of the Japanese television drama Shinya no Dame Koi Zukan, on December 26, 2018. "Stay by My Side" was released as a digital single on October 22, 2018, along with a behind-the-scenes video showing Twice recording the song.[125]

2019: Fancy You, Feel Special

On March 6, 2019, the group released their second Japanese compilation album #Twice2. The album debuted at number 1 on the daily ranking of Oricon Albums Chart with 95,825 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 200,000 albums in the first week since Kara's Super Girl in 2011.[126][127]

Twice then became the first female K-pop act to hold a Japanese dome tour. The tour Twice Dome Tour 2019 "#Dreamday" garnered a total audience of 220,000 during five shows in Osaka, Tokyo and Nagoya, and was held from March to April 2019. All tickets sold out within one minute. By the conclusion of the tour which spanned five concert dates, the group had attracted over 220,000 people in attendance.[128][129]

On April 22, 2019, they released their seventh EP Fancy You.[130] The music video for "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.[131] Recording 314,323 copies sold on April 25, the release of Fancy You saw Twice exceeding a total of over 3.75 million album copies sold from their twelve Korean releases.[132] Following the release of the album, the group embarked on their first world tour titled "Twicelights" which was first held at a sold-out KSPO Dome in Seoul on May 25–26. "Twicelights" marked the group's first solo concert tours held in the United States, with the North American leg of their tour recording over 41,000 people in attendance.[133][134]

On June 12, 2019, 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.[135][136] Both singles received platinum certificates from the RIAJ.[103] On July 17, 2019, JYP Entertainment announced that the group will hold an additional Japanese tour leg after reaching tens of thousands of fans on the Southeast Asia and North America legs of their Twicelights Tour.[137][138] They staged twelve concerts in seven Japanese cities from October 2019 to February 2020.[139]

Twice released their eighth EP, Feel Special, on September 23, 2019, along with the music video for the lead single of the same name produced by Park Jin-young.[140][141] The single scored the group's second number one entry on the Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart. "Feel Special" also increased Twice's popularity across North America, as the single debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 at number 82. The group's first entry made Twice the third K-pop girl group and ninth K-pop act to appear on this chart.[142] Recording sales of over 151,000 copies on September 30, 2019, Twice broke their own first-week album sales record with Feel Special.[143]

Twice released their second Japanese studio album &Twice on November 20, 2019, which included the group's earlier released digital singles "Happy Happy" and "Breakthrough". The album's lead single "Fake & True" was pre-released as a digital single on October 18, 2019.[144] &Twice debuted at number 1 on the daily ranking of Oricon Albums Chart with 80,563 copies sold, before going on to top the weekly Oricon Albums Chart with 124,197 copies sold.[145][146]

In 2019, Twice sold over one million albums on Gaon, achieving this feat for the third consecutive year.[147][148] In Japan, Twice surpassed 5 billion yen worth of record sales in 2019.[149] The group was the best-selling foreign artist and ranked fourth overall in the Artist Sales category of the 52nd Oricon Annual Ranking.[149] On Billboard Japan, Twice ranked fifth in the Top Artist category of the 2019 year-end rankings, becoming the group's third consecutive year of ranking within the top five.[150][151][95] The group also became the fifth most-streamed act on Spotify in the country.[152][153]

2020: US promotions, More & More, Eyes Wide Open

In October 2019, JYP Entertainment announced that the group has added two stops to their world tour "Twicelights" at the Tokyo Dome.[154] The additional concerts were initially scheduled to be held on March 3–4, 2020, with tickets being sold out within three minutes.[155][156] However, due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo concerts were postponed and scheduled on April 15–16, but was eventually cancelled altogether.[157][158] An encore of the tour called the "Twicelights World Tour Finale" was also initially set to be held in Seoul on March 7 and 8, 2020 at the KSPO Dome[159] but was eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[160] On February 24, it was announced that the group had signed with Republic Records for promotion in the United States as part of JYP Entertainment's partnership with the label.[161]

On April 20, it was reported that the group was preparing to release a new Korean album in June.[162] The group's ninth Korean EP, More & More, was released on June 1 with a lead single of the same name.[163] A month after its release, the EP recorded over 563,000 sales on Gaon, making it not only Twice's best-selling album to date but also setting a record for having the highest sales volume for a girl group in Gaon Chart history.[164] The EP debuted at number 200 on the Billboard 200, making Twice the fifth South Korean girl group to enter the chart, after Girls' Generation-TTS, Girls' Generation, 2NE1 and Blackpink.[165] Twice also entered the Billboard Artist 100 for the first time, debuting at number 96.[166] In the same month, the documentary series Twice: Seize the Light first premiered on April 29 through YouTube Originals, which features nine episodes that follow the group's members throughout their journey as trainees to their first world tour "Twicelights".[167]

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.[168]

On September 16, Twice released their third Japanese compilation album #Twice3, which became their seventh number 1 album in the Oricon Albums Chart, making Twice the second foreign female artist to achieve the feat following South Korean singer BoA.[169] First reported later in 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".[170][171] Two months later after the release of Eyes Wide Open, the album debuted at number 72 on the US Billboard 200, marking the group's highest entry on the chart surpassing More & More, as well as making Twice only the third K-pop girl group to break within the top 100 of the chart, after 2NE1 and Blackpink.[172]

Twice then collaborated with the virtual girl group K/DA, with members Nayeon, Sana, Jihyo, and Chaeyoung being featured on the song "I'll Show You" as part of K/DA's first EP All Out released on November 6. The group's four members performed the song alongside American singer-songwriters Bekuh Boom and Annika Wells.[173][174] Following this, Twice released their seventh Japanese single titled "Better" on November 11 for digital download and streaming, featuring "Scorpion" as a B-side, and was then released physically on November 18.[175] The single debuted at number 3 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 recording 93,548 unit sales from November 16–22.[176] The group then made their US television debut with their appearance on the "#PlayAtHome" series of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on November 30, performing their song "I Can't Stop Me".[177]

On December 1, it was reported that Twice had reached cumulative sales of over 5.81 million albums on Gaon. Taking into consideration the group's sales in Japan, Twice had exceeded 10 million album copies sold in both countries.[178] During their appearance at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards on December 6, Twice gave a surprise performance of their unreleased track titled "Cry For Me" which was described by the group as a present for their fans, and after high demand, the song was officially released as a digital single on December 18.[179] The song debuted atop the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart on the chart dated January 2, 2021, and also became the group's third entry on the Billboard Global Excluding US Chart debuting at #122.[180][181]

2021: Recent activities

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).[182]

The group delivered a special performance of their track "Depend On You" from their Eyes Wide Open album on their appearance on the TIME100 Talks series which was held via livestream broadcast on January 28.[183]

Artistry

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 usual retro style of music that was seen in their predecessor labelmates and fellow girl groups Wonder Girls and Miss A. The group had come to develop a signature "color pop" sonic style described as a combination of rock, R&B, and hip hop coupled with notable hooks in their music.[187] Their "cheerful" musical base is employed alongside a colorful style in terms of the members' fashion, and while they have gained notability for emphasizing their youthful image, Twice has since adopted a more mature style which was first seen with the release of "Fancy" and "Breakthrough" which saw the group perform more sensual choreography for the former while employing a brassier electro-pop sound in the latter.[187][188] They have since experimented with EDM, synth-pop, and retro soul among others in their eighth EP Feel Special; tropical house, Latin pop, and new jack swing in their succeeding EP release More & More; and retro-synth, dance-pop, Japanese city-pop, and contemporary R&B for their second Korean studio album Eyes Wide Open.[189][190][191]

The group is also known for incorporating modern online culture into their musical releases and their corresponding music videos. For instance, their 2016 single "TT" is named after the crying emoticon which was imitated in the group's point choreography, while their 2017 track "Likey" lyrically alludes to Instagram culture and the struggles of maintaining a beautiful social media image.[188][192] In the music video for their 2018 single "What Is Love?", the group referenced several movies including The Princess Diaries, Ghost, La Boum, Pulp Fiction, Romeo and Juliet (1996), Love Letter, La La Land, and Leon: The Professional.[193]

Public image and reception

Twice performing in Manila, Philippines in 2019 for their "Twicelights" tour.

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 2016 and 2017, and the highest-ranking girl group in 2018.[194][195][196] Since 2016, members regularly have placed in the top 20 of Gallup Korea's annual poll of the nation's favorite idols.[197] In 2017, Twice was included in Forbes Korea Power Celebrity at third overall and first among recording artists. They entered within the top ten of the list again ranking third in 2018, and ninth in 2020.[198][199][200] Twice has also been recognized for their brand recognition and marketing power, having topped the "Girl Group Brand Power Ranking" published by the Korean Corporate Reputation Research Institute several times.[201] The group's success and domestic popularity was key in the rise of JYP Entertainment's stock, which increased in value by a factor of seven in less than three years; since the group's debut in 2015, prices rose from 4,500 to ₩31,400 in 2018.[202] During the 2017 South Korean presidential election, then-candidate Moon Jae-in from the Democratic party and candidate Yoo Seong-min from the Bareun party both used Twice's song "Cheer Up" with modified lyrics as their campaign jingles.[203][204]

Following their consecutive commercial successes in 2016 and 2017, 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.[205][206] The group's commercial performance following their career breakthrough in 2016 was considered by the media to be 'remarkable' in an industry dominated by all-male music groups.[207] Twice's distinctive point choreography—including for "Cheer Up" (2016), "TT" (2016) and "Signal" (2017)— became dance crazes and viral memes imitated by many celebrities in South Korea.[208][209] In a survey conducted by media outlet Sports Chosun done in 2020 wherein representatives from several Korean entertainment agencies were surveyed on their choice for the top girl group, Twice was ranked at number 1 with 83 points, with agency officials citing the group's strong digital and physical sales alongside their pan-Asia success.[210] A similar survey was conducted by media outlet Sports Seoul in the same year, with Twice also ranking at number 1 as the best female idol group among Korean entertainment industry officials with 111 points, citing the group's role in leading the re-emergence of girl groups in the Korean wave.[211]

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.[212][213][214] An example of Twice's popularity in Japan was seen after the release of their song "TT", in which the track's signature pose was imitated by several Japanese celebrities and idols including AKB48 and Nogizaka46. 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.[215][216] Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun called Twice the "new protagonist in the dominance of Japan's Korean wave content market", while Korean press remarked that the group is "reigniting the heat of K-pop in Japan".[217][218][219] Twice is one of two Korean acts that have been credited with leading a third "Hallyu" wave in Japan.[220]

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.[221] With much of K-pop's success in the United States being attributed to most Korean acts employing either hip-hop or EDM as their sonic base, Billboard has noted the success of Twice in making their bubblegum sound attract Western appeal, following the group's release of their song "Dance The Night Away".[222] The South China Morning Post has named Twice as among three major female K-pop groups who are considered as "game-changers in a boy band-led industry", which was seen when Twice's eighth EP Feel Special became the best-selling girl group album in South Korea in 2019 and their feat of being the first Korean female group to hold a Japanese dome tour.[223] The group's domestic and international success has led to Forbes magazine to include them in their "30 Under 30" list in 2020.[224] Twice was also included in Forbes Asia's inaugural "100 Digital Stars" list, which highlights personalities from the Asia-Pacific region with an established influence in social and digital media.[225] The group was included in Bloomberg's Pop Star Power Rankings for the month of July 2020, ranking at number 12.[226]

Awards and achievements

Twice received its first award at the 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards as Best New Female Artist, followed by another New Artist Award at the 2016 Golden Disc Awards.[227][228]

In 2016, Twice won its first music program award with "Cheer Up" on the May 5 episode of M Countdown.[229] The group also won several main and grand prize awards including Song of the Year with "Cheer Up" in two major music awards shows, Melon Music Awards and Mnet Asian Music Awards.[52][53] Their second EP, Twicecoaster: Lane 1, was the fifth-highest-selling K-pop album of 2016 and the highest among girl groups.[47][48] In 2017, "Signal" from their fourth extended play of the same name achieved Twice's second Song of the Year award at the 2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards, making them the first artist to consecutively win the grand prize.[230] With a total of 36 music program trophies in 2017, Twice recorded the most wins received in a single year.[231] Twice ranked second on Oricon's Breakout Artists of 2017 and became the first overseas female act to achieve a rookie triple crown on the 50th Oricon Annual Ranking. Twice also placed first in rookie artist total sales in 2017, with sales reaching 1.54 billion yen, as well as first-place among albums and singles for #Twice and "One More Time" respectively.[232][233]

By May of the following year, they became the first artist to win seven consecutive Triple Crowns on Inkigayo.[234] Twice received their third consecutive Song of the Year award at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards with "What Is Love?" from their fifth extended play of the same name, making them the first group to win the award for three consecutive years.[235] Twice topped the list of Korea's most popular music video on YouTube for two consecutive years with "Cheer Up" (2016) and "Knock Knock" (2017).[236] In 2020, Twice became the K-pop girl group with the most music show wins totaling 106 wins as well as the fastest group to reach that number.[237]

Twice were included in Variety's Youth Impact Report 2016—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.[238] In 2017, Twice received the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards.[239][240] They were then recognized as the only Asian act on Billboard's 21 Under 21 2017: Music's Next Generation, an annual ranking that highlights some of the world's most powerful young voices across various music genres.[241][242]

Endorsements

Twice at an event for Pocari Sweat in May 2017

Even before the official debut of Twice, the nine members had signed contracts as exclusive models for school uniform brand Skoolooks, alongside J. Y. Park. By December 2015, Twice had signed ten CF contracts, totaling earnings of KRW1.8 billion.[243][244] By February 2017, they had one of the fastest growths in the advertising industry as the group's rate charged for endorsement hit 200 million won for 6 months and 300 million won for a year.[245]

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".[246][247] In early 2017, Twice was selected by beverage maker Donga Otsuka to promote the company's flagship sports drink Pocari Sweat on its 30th anniversary. They became the first idol group to model for the brand. Pocari Sweat recorded 100 billion won sales for the first half of the year, a 10% increase over 2016's sales.[248][249]

As of 2017, Twice has represented about 30 different brands including cosmetics, clothing, online and mobile games, food and beverages, credit cards, and more.[250] Twice's first TV commercial in Japan for Ymobile was aired nationwide starting February 2, 2018, incorporating a pop arrangement of "Y.M.C.A." and Twice's signature "TT pose".[251][252] In 2019, Twice was selected as South Korean ambassador of Estée Lauder.[253] The group also become "Global Benchsetters" for Philippine clothing brand Bench.[254][255]

Members

Discography

Korean albums

Japanese albums

Concerts and tours

Twice performing at KCON LA in July 2016

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Note Ref.
2018 Twiceland Themselves ScreenX format[a] [258]

Reality shows

Year Title Network Note(s) Ref.
2015 Sixteen Mnet Survival show determining Twice's members. Premiered on May 5, 2015 (10 episodes). [259]
Twice TV Naver TV Cast, V Live First season of the show focusing on the members pre-debut. Premiered on July 10, 2015 (5 episodes). [260]
Twice TV2 Premiered on October 23, 2015 (10 episodes). [261]
2016 Twice's Private Life Mnet Premiered on March 1, 2016 (8 episodes). [262]
Twice TV Begins V Live Compilation of special episodes focusing on the members in the "Like Ooh-Ahh" era. Premiered on June 29, 2016 (8 episodes). [263]
Twice TV: School Meal Club's Great Adventure Special episodes featuring Dahyun, Chaeyoung and Tzuyu (2 episodes). [264]
Twice TV3 Naver TV Cast, V Live Twice members traveling to Jeju Island on their vacation. Premiered on April 29, 2016 (8 episodes). [265]
Twice TV4 Premiered on October 31, 2016 (8 episodes). [266]
Twice TV Special Compilation of special episodes focusing on the members in the "Knock Knock" era and during a trip to Australia (6 episodes).
2017 Twice – Lost: Time JTBC, V Live Premiered on January 16, 2017 (21 episodes). [267]
Twice TV5: Twice in Switzerland V Live, MBC Every 1, MBC Music Twice members (except Jihyo) traveling to Switzerland on their vacation. Premiered on May 22, 2017 (24 episodes). [268]
Twice TV6 Naver TV Cast, V Live Twice members traveling to Singapore on their vacation. Premiered on November 8, 2017 (12 episodes). [269]
2018 Twice TV 2018 Naver TV Cast, V Live, YouTube Compilation of special episodes focusing on the members during early 2018. Premiered on January 13, 2018 (12 episodes). [270]
Twice TV: What Is Love? Compilation of special episodes focusing on the members in the "What Is Love?" era. Premiered on April 18, 2018 (10 episodes).
Twice TV: Dance The Night Away Premiered on July 9, 2018 (5 episodes). [271]
Twice TV: Yes or Yes Premiered on November 12, 2018 (9 episodes, 3 special episodes). [272]
Twice TV: The Best Thing I Ever Did Premiered on December 21, 2018 (2 episodes). [273]
2019 Twice TV: Fancy Premiered on April 9, 2019 (15 episodes). [274]
Twice in Hawaii AbemaTV Premiered on July 19, 2019 (3 episodes). [275]
Twice TV: Feel Special Naver TV Cast, V Live, YouTube Premiered on September 29, 2019 (11 episodes). [276]
2020 Time to Twice Premiered on April 3, 2020 (4 episodes, 1 bonus clip). [277]
Twice: Seize the Light YouTube YouTube documentary following the members throughout their journey as trainees to their first world tour. Premiered on April 29, 2020 (8 episodes, 1 special episode). [167]
Finding Twice's MBTI V Live, YouTube Premiered on May 4, 2020 (9 episodes). [278]
Time to Twice: Karaoke Battle Naver TV Cast, V Live, YouTube Premiered on May 15, 2020 (4 episodes, 1 bonus clip). [279]
Twice TV: More & More Premiered on June 9, 2020 (8 episodes). [280]
Time to Twice: The Great Escape Premiered on June 26, 2020 (3 episodes, 1 bonus clip). [281]
Time to Twice: Healing Camping Premiered on August 7, 2020 (5 episodes). [282]
Time to Twice: TDOONG High School Premiered on September 18, 2020 (6 episodes). [283]
Twice TV: I Can’t Stop Me Premiered on November 3, 2020 (8 episodes). [284]
Time to Twice: Crime Scene Premiered on November 20, 2020 (6 episodes). [285]
2021 Time to Twice: Twice New Year Premiered on January 8, 2021 (5 episodes). [286]

DVD

Year Title Ref.
2016 Page Two Monograph [287]
2017 Season's Greetings [288]
2017 Twicecoaster: Lane 1 Monograph [289]
Twice 1st Photo Book "One in a Million" [290]
Twice Super Event [291]
Twicezine: Jeju Island Edition [292]
Signal Monograph [293]
Twice Debut Showcase "Touchdown in Japan" [294]
2018 Season's Greetings "First Love" [295]
2018 Twiceland: The Opening [296]
Twicetagram Monograph [297]
Merry & Happy Monograph [298]
Twiceland: The Opening (Encore) [299]
Once Begins Twice Fanmeeting [300]
2019 Japan Season's Greetings "Twice Airlines" [301]
2019 Season's Greetings "The Roses" [302]
2019 Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park [303]
2020 Japan Season's Greetings "Illusion" [304]
2020 Twice Dome Tour 2019 "#Dreamday" in Tokyo Dome [305]
Twicelights: Twice World Tour 2019 [306]
2021 Season's Greetings "The Moment Forever" [307]
2021 Japan Season's Greetings "On & Off" [308]

Notes

  1. ^ ScreenX is a multi-projection system that provides a 270-degree panoramic film viewing experience in theaters.

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