TWICE sold out all three performances at Tokyo Dome in Japan on its fourth world tour and proved its explosive local popularity.

TWICE will hold a total of three solo concerts from April 23 to 25 as part of its fourth world tour "TWICE 4TH WORLD TOUR "III" (TWICE's fourth world tour "Three") at Tokyo Dome, called the "Holy Land of Japanese Performance." Earlier, it was scheduled to hold two performances for two days on April 23 and 24, but it added a performance on Monday, the 25th, causing a ticket reservation chaos amid the enthusiastic support of local fans.

Tickets for the performance were sold out quickly at 10 a.m. on the 2nd. In particular, at the same time as the ticket was opened, the server went down due to a large number of visitors, boasting super-expensive popularity. As a result, TWICE sold out seven performances in five cities from LA on Feb. 15 (local time) to New York on Feb. 27, and three performances at Tokyo Dome in Japan, showing off their strong ticket power.

TWICE set a new record of entering Tokyo Dome for the shortest time since its debut as an overseas artist in March 2019. This performance is the first face-to-face meeting in about two years since TWICE WOLRD TOUR 2019 TWICELIGHTS in Japan (TWICE World Tour 2019 TWICELIGHTS in Japan), and it is expected to be a special time to soothe the regret of not meeting in person for a long time.

This year marks the fifth anniversary of their official debut in Japan, TWICE has prepared a variety of projects to please fans. Starting with the release of the best fourth album #TWICE4 (Hashtag TWICE 4) on March 16, the company will release a DVD commemorating its fifth anniversary in May and release its fourth full-length Japanese album in July. In particular, the fourth best album #TWICE4 topped the Oricon daily album chart and the Oricon weekly combined album rankings shortly after its release. In addition, he swept the Billboard Japan's weekly top album sales chart (2022.03.14-2022.03.20) and the nation's largest record shop Tower Records' overall album chart (2022.03.14-2022.03.20), showing off his album power.

They recently added a new record on Billboard Japan. According to Billboard Japan's official website on March 30, TWICE's first English single "The Feelings" released simultaneously around the world on October 1 last year surpassed Billboard Japan's cumulative 100 million streams. "The Feelings" has been in the top 50 for 26 consecutive weeks until March 30 since its first appearance on the Billboard Japan Streaming Song Chart on Oct. 6, shortly after its release. TWICE, which achieved its first 100 million streams in Billboard Japan with its 8th mini-album title song "Feel Special" released in September 2019, will hold its fifth record of 100 million streams in Billboard Japan after "I CAN'T STOP ME," "FANCY" and "Yes or Yes or Yes.

Meanwhile, TWICE is successfully developing its fourth world tour and raising its status as a representative K-pop girl group. On December 25th and 26th of last year, he opened a new world tour at KSPO DOME (Olympic Gymnastics Stadium) in Songpa-gu, Seoul, and since February of this year, he has held a solo tour with 100,000 spectators in the U.S. alone. On May 14, they will hold an encore performance at the Bank of California Stadium in LA, USA, and respond to their support. The performance, with 22,000 seats, is the first stadium performance in North America in the history of a K-pop girl group, realizing its hot popularity.

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