Pagkakaiba sa mga pagbabagong ng "Twice"

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Ang '''Twice''' (karaniwang inililimbag gamit ang malalaking titik; {{ko-hhrm|트와이스}}; {{lang-ja|トゥワイス}}) ay isang Timog Koreanong babaeng grupo na binuo ng JYP Entertainment sa pamamagitan ng realidad na telebisyon na ''Sixteen''. Ang grupo ay binubuo ng siyam na miyembro: sina [[Nayeon]], [[Jeongyeon]], [[Momo (mang-aawit)|Momo]], [[Sana (mang-aawit)|Sana]], [[Jihyo]], [[Mina (mang-aawit)|Mina]], [[Dahyun]], [[Chaeyoung]], at [[Tzuyu]]. Ipinasinaya ang grupo noong Oktubre 20, 2015, kasama ang extended play (EP) na ''The Story Begins''.
 
Nagsimulang sumikat ang Twice sa Timog Korea noong 2016 noong mag-numero uno sa Gaon Digital Chart ang kanilang single na "Cheer Up". Ito ay naging ''best-performing single'' ng taon iyon at naging "''Song of the Year''" sa Melon Music Awards at Mnet Asian Music Awards. Ang sumunod nilang single na "TT", mula sa kanilang ikatlong EP na ''Twicecoaster: Lane 1'', ay nanguna rin sa Gaon charts sa loob ng apat na magkakasunod na linggo. Ang ''Twicecoaster: Lane 1'' ay ang ''highest selling Korean girl group album'' ng taong 2016. Sa loob lamang ng 19 na buwan matapos ang kanilang pagpapasinaya ay nakapagbenta na sila ng humigit-kumulang 1.2 milyong kopya ng kanilang apat na EP at isang espesyal na album. Kasunod ng paglabas ng kanilang ika-pitong EP na ''Fancy You'' noong 2019 ay 3.75 milyong album na ang kanilang naibenta sa Korea. Noong Disyembre 2020 ay 10 milyong album na ang kanilang naibebenta sa Timog Korea at Japan.
<!-- The group debuted in Japan on June 28, 2017, under Warner Music Japan, with the release of a compilation album titled #Twice. The album charted at number 2 on the Oricon Albums Chart with the highest first-week album sales by a K-pop artist in Japan in two years. It was followed by the release of Twice's first original Japanese maxi single titled "One More Time" in October. Twice became the first Korean girl group to earn a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for both an album and CD single in the same year. Twice ranked third in the Top Artist category of Billboard Japan's 2017 Year-End Rankings, and in 2019, they became the first Korean girl group to embark on a Japanese dome tour. -->
<!-- Within 19 months after debut, Twice had already sold over 1.2 million units of their four EPs and special album. Following the release of their seventh EP, Fancy You, Twice had sold over 3.75 million albums in Korea in 2019. As of December 2020, the group has sold over 10 million albums in South Korea and Japan. -->
 
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