Wow, First Single TWICE Breaks Record in Japan

        

        

        
        
Through his first single "One More Time" Twice managed to score two records in Japan with tremendous sales in its first week

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JYP Entertainment Twice's K-Pop Girlband is on the wind now, especially in Japan. Their song titled "TT" was successful in Japan and succeeded in becoming a viral song there. Thanks to that success they were invited to various TV shows there. Twice managed to become the first K-Pop artist after five years to perform at Music Station's most prestigious music event. With such popularity it is only natural if Twice managed to make a new record thanks to the first single.

Twice's first single in Japan titled "One More Time" succeeded in becoming a champion on the Oricon Single Chart with outstanding sales for K-Pop artist sizes. "One More Time" successfully sold as many as 201 thousand copies in its first week and became the first K-Pop girlband who managed to become champion in Japan through her first single. Twice also managed to become a K-Pop artist who sold her first single over 200 thousand copies and beat the record held by EXO with her first Japanese single "Love Me Right ~ romantic universe ~" which sold 147 thousand copies in its first week. You can see the video clip of Twice's first single "One More Time" below.

Responding to the success of Twice's first single "One More Time", they expressed their excitement and thanked their fans in Japan.
"We really appreciate you for supporting us in Japan who just debuted !. We're happy if "One More Time" and we TWICE are your encouragement. From now on like TWICE we will do our best. Thank you!".
Prior to the release of the group's first single, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung and Tzuyu were already very popular in Japan and often referred to as the group that will revive K-Pop Wave in Japan crowded in 2012 thanks to Kara and Girls Generation who get a positive response from the sunrise country.
Twice has released their first Japanese album under the Warner Music Japan label titled #Twice, which sold 260,000 copies in two months and managed to bring back the Platinum plaque from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ). They also managed to hold a handshakes event with fans at Makuhari Messe which was attended by more than 10 thousand people.
Edited by Fachrul Razi
         

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