TWICE Would End Up Their Promotion With ‘Knock Knock’ This Week On SBS ‘Inkigayo’


TWICE Would End Up Their Promotion With 'Knock Knock' This Week On SBS 'Inkigayo'

TWICE Would End Up Their Promotion With 'Knock Knock' This Week On SBS 'Inkigayo'

TWICE has been really successful. Their title tracks with “Ooh Ah,” “Cheer Up,” and “Knock Knock” always got big hits. For their latest song, it was said that they would end the promotion this week. Previously, it was rumored that TWICE would make the promotion longer for “Knock Knock” as many TV stations as them to do so. They want TWICE to have more promotion and to appear on their shows. But some Igot7 are worried that they will be head to head to GOT7. Reported by AllKpop , TWICE would wrap up their promotion for “Knock Knock” this week. Their last stage would be on SBS “Inkigayo” on March 11. Actually JYP Entertainment considered extending the promotion as many offers coming, but finally they would end it as scheduled. It was said that the group would do promotion more in Japan.
TWICE has been really successful in Korea. Their songs often got all-kill in many major charts. Moreover, they have won first place in music shows many times. Plus, they had shot many commercials. Even JYP Entertainment said that the agency only needed two months to make profit after debuting TWICE. For expanding career, the agency has planned to do promotion in Japan. As reported by Soompi , TWICE’s official Japanese Twitter posted TWICE logo and gave link to website of TWICE promotion. The music background was “TT” and there were names of the members in English and Japanese. TWICE’s promotion in Japan is predicted to have a good respond as there are three members from Japan. Sana, Mina and Momo are from Japan and they speak both Japanese and Korean really well. As the official twitter said so, there is still no further news about the exact date of their debut in Japan. Moreover, there is still also no news whether they will remake one of their hit songs or have new song in Japanese. Fans seem to wait more to see their debut in Japan. Read Next: Highlight Will Make First Appearance On Variety Show On ‘Weekly Idol’

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