As of the 7th, the mini 12th album “Ready to be” by the group TWICE has surpassed 1.7 million pre-order sales.
With this, TWICE has once again hinted at a million-seller record following “Between 1&2” released in August last year. In addition, the title track and pre-release English single “Moonlight Sunrise” has been gaining popularity, having entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart at 84th place as of February 4th, and has been leading the comeback fever with increasing momentum.
To commemorate their comeback after about seven months, TWICE has prepared an abundant global promotion. They will make their first appearance and perform their new song “Set Me Free” on the U.S. NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on the 9th, and hold a comeback live in New York on the 11th. In April of this year, they will start with Seoul and hold 17 solo concerts in 14 cities in Australia, Japan, and North America, and will grandly host their fifth world tour. Especially in May, they will hold the first ever Japan stadium performance by a K-pop girl group at the Yanmar Stadium Nagai and the Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo, and in the United States, they will perform at the Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles in June and the MetLife Stadium in New York in July, establishing themselves as “stadium artists.”