TWICE has reached a milestone of 10 million albums sold since their debut

JYP Entertainment’s TWICE has reached another milestone by selling 10 million records in South Korea. According to Gaon Album Sales (Circle) chart data, the K-pop girl group has sold a total of 10,010,778 copies with 19 albums released since their debut in 2015. This includes group member Nayeon’s record-breaking solo mini album, IM NAYEON, which will appear in June 2022. The group’s recent album, Between 1&2, also contributed to their success, selling 530,000 copies in its first week and exceeding 1 million sales.

TWICE’s Feels Dance Video has reached 100 million views, another milestone.

TWICE had two reasons to rejoice on November 23, 2022, when the dance video for their UK debut song, The Feels, reached 100 million views. This is their second choreographic video to reach this milestone, which was published on October 3, 2022. The first was the 2020 release of the dance video CRY FOR ME. The most popular South Korean women’s group currently has 20 videos on YouTube with over 100 million views. The group shattered its own record as the female group with the most music videos with that number of views.


TWICE aims for global dominance with its Japanese subgroup and upcoming World Tour.

Also known as the ‘Nation’s Girl Group’, TWICE has enjoyed huge success in Korea since its debut. However, their global appeal has increased in recent years. Between 1 and 2, the amazing group’s latest album made global chart history and launched the band into a record-breaking rampage. With its release, the band had their best-ever first-week sales in the United States, selling 100,000 copies in total. They were also the first female K-pop artist with two albums in the top three of the Billboard 200. Their most recent album was also the first K-Pop Girl Group album of 2022 to spend six weeks on the same ranking.

The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart, Top Current Album Sales chart, and World Albums chart, making it their most successful return to date. In addition, the music video for the title single, Talk That Talk, reached over 100 million views within two months of its release.


To capitalize on the rising popularity, JYP Entertainment recently stated that none would return in early 2023, followed by the launch of its first sub-unit in Japan, the world’s second largest music market. The agency is also apparently planning a “large-scale” international tour for the nine-piece ensemble in 2023, with more information coming soon.