TWICE Surpasses 10 Million Cumulative Album Sales in Korea and Japan

Credit: JYP Entertainment

TWICE has sold more than 10 million albums in Korea and Japan in just five years since their debut.

According to JYP Entertainment, TWICE released a total of 29 albums in Korea and Japan and recently exceeded cumulative album sales of 10,029,242.

From their debut mini-album The Story Begins (October 2015) to their most-recent 3rd regular album Eyes wide open (October 2020), the group has sold 5,818,380 copies in Korea (based on Gaon Chart). From TWICE’s Japanese debut album #TWICE to their 7th single album Better, they have sold 4,210,862 copies in Japan.

Combined, TWICE have officially broken the big “10 million mark” in cumulative album sales.

With this fabulous news, TWICE also dropped the English version of “I Can’t Stop Me.” This is their second English song following “More & More,” released in August. Recently, the song ranked 20th and 35th on Billboard Global (excluding the U.S) and Billboard Global 200 that ranks the top song based on streaming and sales activity from more than 200 territories around the world.

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