TWICE unveils special version of "Cheer Up" MV

Park Sae-jin Reporter() | Posted : May 27, 2016, 16:41 | Updated : May 27, 2016, 16:41

 

[Courtesy of TWICE official YouTube channel]


TWICE, a pan-Asian girl group who had topped the Korean music charts with their comeback track "Cheer Up" for almost four weeks in a row, released a special version of their comeback track's music video (MV) on YouTube.

Following another "Magic Wand" special version of Cheer Up MV two weeks ago, In the video, the members dance to the track dressed in their costumes and the background of the dance studio is made to look like it was filmed on a desolate planet in outer space.

The nine-member girl group gained attention from the fans since their pre-debut, because the girls are from a survival audition program "SIXTEEN", which was aired on MNet, 2015. TWICE is special by the Korean music scene standards since four of its members are foreigners. Sana, Mina, Momo are Japanese, and Tzu-yu is from Taiwan.

According to Gaon Charts, TWICE made an impressive debut in October 2015 by selling 34,991 albums during its first two months of albums release, and by adding 14,913 albums sold during December, the girls were ranked in the top five of the girls groups who sold the most albums during that period.

The girls' debut song "Like Ooh Ahh" also received fans' love for a long period of time. The debut song managed to stay in the top 10 of the music charts since its release until February 2016. This is considered a great achievement in the Korean music scene since its flooding with girl groups and it's very difficult for them to remain in the top ten for more than a month.


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