Good news for Japanese Twice fans! This week, two events in a row at Fukuoka’s PayPay Dome will be rock shows by the popular K-pop girl group. The company that made Twice, JYP Entertainment, showed off this great double-feature on Wednesday.
Japanese Twice Fans: A trip around the world by “Ready to Be”
A sixth world tour by Twice called “Ready To Be” began in April in Seoul. Since then, people all over the world have been enchanted by their songs. During the trip, they put on electrifying shows in Japan, Australia, and North America.
Japanese Twice Fans: Global Performances at Stadiums
Their shows in May at Yanmar Stadium in Japan That’s why Nagai and Ajinomoto Stadium was the first of its kind. It made history for the K-pop girl group. They reached a new level when they sold out shows at famous venues like MetLife Stadium in New York and SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Because of this, they became even better known.
There has been a huge amount of progress for Twice. As the first girl group to ever sell out SoFi Stadium and MetLife Stadium, they were quite the show. It’s clear that people like their music, and the band is ready to keep playing.
After this, you’ll go to Las Vegas, São Paulo, and Mexico City.
After their shows in Fukuoka, Twice will take it easy for a while. In February, they’ll start their world tour again in Mexico City. Their next stop will be São Paulo. When they play at Las Vegas’s Allegiant Stadium in March, fans from all over the world can look forward to even more electrifying shows and amazing moments.
“I Got You” is a brand-new song that came out on February 2.
Remember the times! “I Got You,” the first song from Twice, will come out on February 2. This group’s first release was in October 2015 under JYP Entertainment. They are sure to have another hit song.
Japanese Twice Fans: There are nine people in all, which is huge.
Twice is an amazing nine-person group made up of Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Jihyo, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. It’s songs like “Cheer Up,” “TT,” “What is Love?,” “Yes or Yes,” and “Feel Special” that have made Twice famous in K-pop.
Japanese Twice Fans: The annual start-up event for the MiSaMo Subunit
The first group, MiSaMo, is made up of three Japanese girls named Mina, Sana, and Momo. They will play “Do not touch” on NHK’s “Kohaku Uta Gassen,” the show that airs at the end of the year every year, on New Year’s Eve to enjoy a great year.
The story of Twice is an inspiring one about ability, hard work, and reaching goals around the world. As Twice gets ready for their events in Fukuoka, fans can look forward to a spectacular show full of energy, music, and the magic that is only Twice.