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All TWICE member renewed contract with JYP: “Strong trust between members”

TWICE has all extended their contract with their current agency, JYP Entertainment.

On July 12th, JYP announced the contract extension of TWICE, saying: “All members of TWICE has completed the processes for renewal ahead of their contract expiration this fall. TWICE, who has played a decisive role in establishing the status of Kpop entertainment company JYP, and JYP, which has been a strong support for TWICE to grow into a representative Kpop girl group, agreed to renew their contracts together with confidence in an even brighter future.

Through this contract renewal, TWICE will once again continue their strong and close relationship with each other and loyalty with JYP. In particular, TWICE decided to renew their contract with JYP based on the strong trust between the members, while JYP plans to provide full support for Twice to grow as a global top girl group.

TWICE, who debuted in October 2015, has established itself as a representative girl group in Kpop, setting numerous new domestic and international records, including winning grand prizes at various music awards, exceeding 10 million physical albums sales in Korea and Japan, and entering the grand Tokyo Dome within the shortest time since debut.

TWICE is still active and promoting as strongly as ever in 2022. Their American tour of the 4th world tour “TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR ‘Ⅲ’ (TWICE’s fourth world tour ‘Three’)” attracted 150,000 audiences, and includes 2 encore concerts and 9 performances in 5 cities in the United States.

In Japan, TWICE reaffirmed their immense popularity through three consecutive performances at the Tokyo Dome, the “Holy Land of Japanese Performance”, becoming the first overseas artist to ever do so.

Recently on June 24th, TWICE member Nayeon released her first mini album “IM NAYEON” and the title song “POP!”, becoming the first to go solo within the group. The female idol managed to rank 7th in the “Billboard 200” chart, proving her status as the first Kpop soloist to enter the Top 10 of Billboard 200.

Source: daum

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