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TWICE Continues To Reach Success With ‘What Is Love?’; Naeyeon Admits She Was Doubtful At First

by RD Revez / Apr 16, 2018 06:26 AM EDT
The Kpop group has set a new record with "What is Love?" Photo credit: TWICE / Facebook

TWICE seems to be gaining more and more success. The Kpop group has set a new record with "What is Love?" 

The girl band recently reached 40 million views with "Likey." It was the music video with the fastest views with 40 million views in just six days and 17 hours. Now, "What Is Love?" has broken that record by reaching 40 million in only five days and nine hours! 

And there's no slowing down these girls because they will be releasing their third Japanese single "Wake Me Up" on May 16. 

The girls have been releasing teaser images the past few days showcasing more mature and elegant looks. 

On MBC FM4U's "Ji Suk Jin's 2'O Clock Date,"  Di Suk congratulated TWICE for "What is Love?" They were also asked if they thought they will reach this kind of success back then. 

Nayeon said, "No it's not like that. I've never thought any of our songs would do well when I heard them for the first time. I'm always worried." 

Due to their popularity, the Kpop group has also attracted a number of product endorsements. Their most recent is Pocari Sweat. Recently, the brand released a new 2018 TV CF with TWICE that follows the concept of "Our world is live." TWICE was seen getting active through various activities and preparing consumers for a fun and lively summer. They also sang a rendition of the Pocari Sweat logo song. 

In March, they also received another platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan after selling 250,000 copies. They have received this feat with "Candy Pop" and this means all of their releases have been certified platinum in Japan. 

TWICE is under JYP Entertainment and the group consists of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. They debuted on October 20, 2015 and they rose to fame in 2016 with their single "Cheer Up." They officially debuted in Japan on June 28, 2017 under Warner Music Japan. 

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