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TWICE invites fans to join official fanclub ONCE

By jennywill   Sunday, March 19, 2017   80,002   13,198   0



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TWICE invited fans to join their official fanclub.

The girls have recently revealed their fanclub logo, and now fans can finally join the girls' official fanclub starting today. While official fanclubs aren't free, members get exclusive perks. 

Will you be joining the fanclub?
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Winston Sunday, March 19, 2017

Just read the conditions on the interpark website, one of the conditions is (TWICE Official Fan Club - If you are a member of ONCE 1st, and you are not a member of TWICE FAN club, you must join TWICE Fan club and proceed with the official fan club certification process, fans(DOT)jype(DOT)com/TWICE) (its getting more complex) to sign up

3percenter Sunday, March 19, 2017

The sad truth is that if you aren't a South Korean, Japanese, or maybe Chinese fan, JYP (and all the other kpop management companies) don't give a crap about you. But they will still gladly take your money.

Winston 3percenter Sunday, March 19, 2017

hmm not really true, SMTown travel was set up because SM realize a lot of overseas fans fly over to Korea for concerts, and it allowed overseas fans to buy concert tickets for Seoul concerts (provided they are willing to fly over), and liaise with hotels to provide accommodation, which while they surely made some money, it makes it easier for overseas fans to buy concert tickets in Korea since most ticketing sites are in Korean. so i think they do provide some form of service to overseas fans, at a price of cos, (you dun expect them to give free tickets).

Excavation Winston Sunday, March 19, 2017

You are talking about SM and they're both two different company. You don't get any perks unless you're a diehard TWICE fan in Korea. You're just giving them your money. Most of the exclusive products, items and events they give official fanclub members are restricted to only a number of countries like S. Korea, Japan, China (MAYBE cause of THAAD) and maybe Thailand/Indonesia.

3percenter Winston Sunday, March 19, 2017

Again, those are overwhelmingly Japanese and Chinese fans who are within a couple hours of Seoul via a cheap flight, and who may only need to stay in a cheap hotel for one or two nights, or perhaps none at all (fly in, go to concert/event/fly out). I'm talking about fans beyond... those in the Western hemisphere, Europe, Africa, West/Central/South/South East Asia, and Oceania. Flights from these areas can cost over $1000. And if you are going to spend that much to fly to Korea, you likely would want to stay for longer than a day or so, meaning multiple nights in hotel and other expenses. Don't see your average kpop fan having that kind of money to burn regardless of whatever SM Travel does as far as making the process smoother.

Winston Excavation Sunday, March 19, 2017

I know thy are 2 different companies 3percenter just say JYP and (all kpop management company) so I just telling him its not all kpop companies are treating it the same.

Winston 3percenter Sunday, March 19, 2017

its true NOT all fans will have money to burn, but for overseas fans who are NOT willing to fly over, what else can the Korean agencies do? MAIL them goods and such? they would not be willing to pay for overseas mail which are expensive also. and that there are just TOO many overseas fans to cater to all their request if they do that. I am sure the companies cater to those who are willing to surge, since its business sense to cater to fans willing to spend hundreds of dollars, then 1 fan who can only spend twenty or thirty dollars on a CD. Even if JYP offered memberships to those fans in the Western hemisphere, what perks can they offer those fans? CD? autographs? videos? most of the perks like special zones for concerts, priority for fansigns and such, require the fans to be Physically present to enjoy it, and that means flying over to Seoul unless the agency intends to send their artists all over the world travelling and getting over-tired meeting fans all over the world, its just not feasible to do that for everyone.

3percenter Winston Monday, March 20, 2017

You basically made my point for me. For a fan in Honduras for example, who will likely never have the opportunity to visit Korea or attend an event/concert in their own country, JYP could offer a discounted fan club price - say $5 instead of $20. Is it really fair to charge the same price to people who can't benefit from most of which is being offered?

Winston 3percenter Monday, March 20, 2017

They COULD charge u $5 to register as a member, but if you are not going to enjoy the benefits what good will paying $5 Do? Just so you can have a nice card that say you are a ONCE? the idea of paying is that you get back MORE than what you pay for, and if you dun think you will be enjoying the perks to warrant paying the fee, than its better not to join, after all, I dun think TWICE will like you more or less whether the overseas fans join or not, unless they come to your country where you can use ur membership to get priority booking or get into a exclusive member zone to see them better, i dun see how the membership can benefit overseas fans that much. its more for overseas fans who are willing to come to Seoul for them.

pink_oracle Sunday, March 19, 2017

Was Tzuyu always 6 feet tall?

pervyahjussi pink_oracle Sunday, March 19, 2017

Tzuyu is probably 5'2", the rest of them are midgets. Welcome to K-Pop!

pink_oracle pervyahjussi Sunday, March 19, 2017

I looked it up and she's almost 5'6.

Jaraiya_Ero pink_oracle Sunday, March 19, 2017

She is tall, then again the rest of the group is short as!!

akanchar Sunday, March 19, 2017

I wish I could do this, but the only thing is I am broke AF ..

shubhajan Sunday, March 19, 2017

ohh, I love twice but im to poor to join the fanclub! but i will buy the albums!

shubhajan Sunday, March 19, 2017

i wanna join!!!! #ONCEforever!

kekudusux (Banned) Sunday, March 19, 2017

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AyanaShinozaki Sunday, March 19, 2017

20,000 won, is that per year? If so that not too bad.

Eithra AyanaShinozaki Sunday, March 19, 2017

Per month I think.

queenbeelove AyanaShinozaki Sunday, March 19, 2017

It's per year, but be warned.. I'm part of the official GOT7 fanclub, 20,000 won is great! But the shipping costs of good for international fans plus customs. It cost me 70,000 won around

April_vicious Sunday, March 19, 2017

Exclusive perks? Like BamBams' perks 😜 Lolol I can't help but now picture them smashing 😝

FragleDagle Sunday, March 19, 2017

I might pay for a Jihyo only fan club!

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