TWS wins first place on music show 23 days after debut
TWS wins first place on music show 23 days after debut
TWS (Tours) won a trophy on a music show 23 days after their debut.

TWS (Shinyu, Dohoon, Youngjae, Hanjin, Jihoon, Kyungmin) appeared on MBC M's 'Show!' which aired on the 14th. They won first place on 'Champion' with the title song 'First meeting doesn't go as planned' from their 1st mini album 'Sparkling Blue'.

TWS said through its agency, “We are so happy that we can’t express it in words. “I am truly grateful to the fans who gave me the glorious and valuable moment of winning first place on a music show,” he said. “I will always do my best to provide vitality to the fans’ daily lives.” “We will become a team that grows every day in return for the love and support you have shown us,” he said.

On this day, ‘Show! TWS, which reached the top without appearing on 'Champion', conducted a live broadcast on Weverse, a global fandom life platform. TWS said at this event, ‘Show! After hearing the news that ‘Champion’ won first place, we fulfilled our promise, ‘All members will come together and perform ‘The First Meeting Doesn’t Go as Planned’ live.’

TWS is a boy group released by Pledis Entertainment after 9 years, and debuted on January 22nd. In the second week of its debut, TWS ranked 6th among all K-pop boy groups with 'Sparkling Blue' (album sales in a week based on release date/based on Hanteo Chart), and ranked 6th on the 'Weekly Physical Album Chart' (January 22-28) Okay) I took first place.

The title song ‘First meeting doesn’t go as planned’ simultaneously ranked high on major music sites at home and abroad. In particular, it ranked first on the Bugs daily chart for two consecutive days (as of February 12-13). In addition to Bugs, as of the 13th, it entered the top 10 of most music sites, including 2nd on Flo, 4th on Melon, 8th on Genie, and 9th on Spotify Korea. In YouTube Music's 'Daily SHORTS Popular Songs' (Korean standard), which selects the songs most used by creators on YouTube Shorts, they are ranked 6th (as of February 13), the highest ranking among K-pop boy groups.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter translated by google