TWICE New Album Update: K-Pop Group Members Are In Love
The K-pop group TWICE is set to make their comeback in April with a mini-album titled What Is Love? Based on the newly-released images of the group, its members are clearly in love with anything sweet and their upcoming album.
Love is sweet for TWICE as they tease the meaning of it in the photos for their fifth album. Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tsuyu earlier dropped a group teaser photo which showed some members laying down and some sitting on a pink canvass with a huge heart and sweet stuff around.
The group photo was followed by some individual images of Sana, Momo, Jungyeon, and Nayeon. The photos are close-up snapshots of the members with pastel backgrounds while holding some sweet food. Sana is seen balancing a two-layered pink cake on top of her head. Momo is teasing using a multi-colored lollipop. Jungyeon holds a bowl of what seems to strips of soft candy, while Nayeon can be seen holding some cupcakes.
All of them are asking "What is Love?" Every image is also consistent with the group's cheerful vibe—their signature. The group is known and praised for imparting a happy vibe through their music.
TWICE New Album What Is Love?
The upcoming EP is a follow-up to the band's most recent album, Merry & Happy, which dropped last December. Merry & Happy is the Christmas-inspired reissue of their first studio album, Twicetagram, was released in October 2017.What Is Love? is expected to contain tracks which have a cheerful theme of love.
Mark your calendar for the TWICE comeback slated on April 9 at 6 p.m. KST. Pre-order will be available starting on March 28.
The TWICE comeback is set ahead of the band's second tour, TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park, in Seoul's Jamsil Arena from May 18 to 20. TWICE is also scheduled to go back to Japan for a series of performances that will run until June. Earlier this year, the K-pop idols had their first concert tour in Japan, titled Twice Showcase Live Tour 2018 "Candy Pop."
The nine-member South Korean girl group was launched in 2015 after they all survived MNet's reality show, Sixteen. Since their debut with single "Like Ooh-Ahh," TWICE rose to fame and becomes the country's most popular girl group with hit songs such as "Cheer Up," "TT," "Knock Knock," "Likey," and "Heartshaker." To date, under the girls' name are one studio album, one compilation album, two reissue albums, six EPs, and 10 singles.