This summer, the JYP Entertainment girl group made their Japanese debut with '#TWICE', an album including their hits "Cheer Up", "TT", "Knock Knock", and more in Japanese. Then on October 18, TWICE released their first all-Japanese single "One More Time".
On the first day of release, according to Oricon, TWICE sold a total of 94,957 copies. This is the best first-day sales for a K-Pop girl group in Japan. This is especially impressive because TWICE beat the record with a single. TWICE has beat the previous records set by Girls' Generation, who sold 74,000 copies on the first day with their album 'Girls' Generation' and KARA who recorded 73,076 copies sold on the first day with their album 'Super Girl'.
TWICE is expected to continue their success overseas and at this rate, become one of the top K-Pop groups in Japan.