Twice lands on Billboard 200 chart with EP 'More & More'
Girl group Twice landed on the Billboard 200 chart for the first time since its debut with its EP "More & More," flaunting its K-pop girl power across the globe.
According to the Billboard Chart, "More & More" sat at No. 200 of Billboard's albums chart for the first time, a week after it was released on June 1.
It topped the iTunes Albums Chart in 30 regions around the world, as well as sitting at No. 2 on YouTube's weekly global song chart.
Its local performance is no less remarkable. Local sales tracker Hanteo Chart recorded 332,416 copies of the album sold within the first week of release — twice as many as the band's last release, "Feel Special" (2019).
"Twice has proved itself as the most iconic K-pop girl group, thanks to the love and support from K-pop fans all over the world," its agency JYP Entertainment said.
"We look forward to the group's growth and the new records it will set in the future."
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