K-Pop fans are currently living in ecstasy.
A slew of K-Pop groups, such as GOT7, INFINITE, and SHINee, have released their albums in the past 2 weeks, and now, JYP rookie girl group TWICE is planning to join in the October comeback rush alongside idols such as BTS, Ailee, Ladies Code, and IOI.
Following comeback rumours last month, JYP Entertainment has confirmed that TWICE will be releasing an album this month, tentatively on 24th October. This was reported by South Korean media outlet OSEN, who stated that the girl group will be working with Black Eyed Pilseung (a Korean producing and songwriting team), whom they previously worked with on “Like OOH-AHH”.
TWICE’s previous comeback was 6 months ago with their mini album, “Page Two”. It included the hit song “Cheer Up” and proceeded to sell 150,000 copies.
The rookie group debuted in October 2015 with the mini album, “The Story Begins”. The have only released 2 albums so far, but have spawn many popular songs such as “Like OOH-AHH”, “Truth”, and “Like A Fool”.
Their popularity is evident, as their track “Cheer Up” ranked No. 1 on South Korean music chart Melon for 24 consecutive days, and was in the top 10 for 16 weeks.