#TWICE is the debut Japanese special album from Twice. The album has released on June 28, 2017. Twice's first self-titled Japan album comes with ten tracks including both the original and Japanese versions of all 5 korean chart-sweeping hits from "Like Ooh-Ahh," to "Signal". There are three versions: Limited Edition A, B, and Normal version. The two tracks "Signal" and "TT" are the leading tracks for Japan debut, as both are getting their own music videos
- "Like Ooh-Ahh" - Japanese ver.
- "Cheer Up" - Japanese ver.
- "TT" - Japanese ver.
- "Knock Knock" - Japanese ver.
- "Signal" - Japanese ver.
- "Like Ooh-Ahh"
- "Cheer Up"
- "Knock Knock"
- DVD (First Press Limited Edition B only)
- "TT (Japanese ver.)" Music Video
- "Signal (Japanese ver.)" Music Video
- "Like Ooh-Ahh (Japanese ver.)" Making Music Video
- #TWICE Jacket Shooting Making Movie
- "TT (Japanese ver.)" Music Video Making Movie
- "Signal (Japanese ver.)" Music Video Making Movie
- "Like Ooh-Ahh" Music Video
- "Cheer Up" Music Video
- "TT" Music Video
- "Knock Knock" Music Video
- "Signal" Music Video
On June 14, 2017, Twice was announced that the group would have a collaboration with Shibuya 109 store's 109 Summer Sale campaign for 2017 to mark the album release of #TWICE. The store will host pop-up stores called #Twice Pop-up Store and #Twice Gallery at its Tokyo and Osaka branches throughout July. They also launched a promotion campaign with Tokyo Tower. On June 29–30, letters "TT", which represent the title track, were displayed in bright pink lighting on the Japanese tourist destination.
Twice appeared on many TV shows including Mezamashi TV, and Nippon TV. Twice also performed "TT (Japanese ver.)" for the first time on a television program on the June 30th episode of Music Station, the first South Korean girl group to perform on the show since 2012. They appeared on the 2 hour special episode along with Exile The Second, Kanjani8, Keyakizaka46, Dean Fujioka, Tomoyo Harada and Hey! Say! JUMP.
On July 2, Twice held their two-part debut showcase titled Touchdown in Japan in Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. The two showcases attracted about 20,000 fans.
Commercial performance Edit
#TWICE debuted at number 2 on the Oricon Daily Album Chart on June 27, 2017, selling 46,871 physical copies and sold 100,953 copies total by its fourth day. The actual sale for the album reaches 200,000 copies in one week.
Video Gallery Edit
| To view the TWICE (album) gallery, click here.