TWICE Breaks Records In Japan With “One More Time”
TWICE has been keeping their No. 1 spot on the Oricon daily singles chart for four days!
TWICE’s first Japanese single album “One More Time” ranked No. 1 on Oricon’s daily singles chart on October 20 with 18,278 units sold.
The album recorded 94,957 units on the first day of its release, followed by 43,412 units on the second, and 20,364 units on the third. It has been maintaining the top spot on the chart for four days with total sales of 177,011 units so far.Earlier in the week, TWICE set a new record for first week sales among K-pop girl groups who’ve entered the Japanese market, further breaking the record of the first week sales of foreign artists’ debut singles in Japan in three days.
TWICE previously showed their popularity with their Japanese debut best album “#TWICE” on June 28, which kept its No. 1 spot on Oricon’s daily album chart for four days in a row. In spite of the album’s late release date, it recorded No. 2 on Oricon’s monthly chart in June and received platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan with over 250,000 units sold.The record-breaking girl group recently celebrated their 2nd anniversary and is set to make a Korean comeback soon with their first full album titled “Twicetagram.” They released the tracklist for the album, revealing that the title track “Likey” was written by the producers behind their previous hits “Like OOH-AHH,” “Cheer Up,” and “TT.”
“Twicetagram” is set to be released on October 30 at 6 p.m. KST, and the comeback showcase will be held on the same day at 8 p.m. KST.