Twice records cumulative sales of albums released in Korea and Japan totaling 20 million copies
Twice records cumulative sales of albums released in Korea and Japan totaling 20 million copies
Twice has surpassed 20 million copies in cumulative sales of albums released in Korea and Japan.

Recently, Twice achieved cumulative sales of 20,013,182 copies with a total of 43 albums released in Korea and Japan. From the debut mini album 'THE STORY BIGINS' in October 2015 to the 13th mini album and latest work 'With YOU-th' released in February 2024, Nayeon's 1st solo mini album 'IM NAYEON' Albums released in Korea including (I.M. Nayeon) and Jihyo's solo debut album 'ZONE' recorded cumulative album sales of 14,565,638 copies based on Circle Chart shipments.

In addition, from the Japanese debut best album '#TWICE' in June 2017, the 10th single 'Hare Hare' released in May last year, and the debut album 'Masterpiece' by the group's first unit, MISAMO. Japanese albums including (Masterpiece) have sold a total of 5,447,544 copies according to Warner Music Japan. As a result, Twice once again shined its status as a top global girl group by setting a record of exceeding 20 million album sales in Korea and Japan.

Twice, now in their 10th year since debut, is showing infinite growth in various indicators, including stadium-level world tours around the world and major overseas music and album charts. With their first comeback in 2024, 'With YOU-th', they broke a career high by ranking first on the US Billboard main chart 'Billboard 200' as of March 9 (local time). As of May 2, the cumulative number of followers of Twice's channel on Spotify, a global music streaming platform, exceeded 20 million, and all of Twice's music files registered on Spotify showed off their powerful potential by exceeding 10 billion cumulative streams worldwide.

They will expand their activities by holding a stadium performance in Japan as part of their fifth world tour 'TWICE 5TH WORLD TOUR 'READY TO BE'' in July. She will hold solo performances at Yanmar Stadium Nagai in Osaka on July 13th and 14th, and at Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on the 20th and 21st, and will enter Kanagawa Nissan Stadium for the first time as a foreign female artist on the 27th and 28th.

Nayeon will make a comeback with her second solo album 'NA' and the title song 'ABCD' on June 14th, followed by Twice's new Japanese regular album 'DIVE' on July 17th. Dive) is released and is expected to further warm up fans at home and abroad.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google