Malaysian Onces (Twice fans as their known). You all are gone “Likey” this piece of news. After constant teasing us a few days ago, IME Asia has finally confirmed that the hottest K-Pop girl group, Twice, is coming to Malaysia.
Twice is getting ready to embark on their second world tour which is titled, TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park, and prior to confirming Malaysia as one of their stops, they’ve already confirmed that they’ll also be performing in Singapore on the 17 of June.
While Singapore Onces will be enjoying their idol’s performances in June, Malaysian Onces will get their chance come 28 July at the Malawati Stadium at Shah Alam. Aside from the date and location of the tour in Malaysia, IME Asia has yet to release any other details, including ticketing prices and availability.
And in case you’re wondering who Twice are (you’re likely meh about anything K-Pop or been living under a rock), they are currently one of the hottest, if not hottest K-Pop idol girl group in South Korea. Formed via the reality program 16, back in 2015, the group consists of an international line-up of 9-members including South Korean members Park Jihyo, Im Nayeon, Yoo Jungyeon, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, Japanese members Mina, Momo, and Sana, as well as Taiwanese member Tzuyu.
Twice has consistently topped the South Korean music charts and made a big splash when they first started out, with 50 million Youtube views within five months of their debut. They’re so popular that even the current South Korean president used a modified version of their song “Cheer Up” as an election jingle. Guess it worked since he’s, well, the current president.
The group has also debut and released albums in Japan, and is one of only four South Korean groups to perform at Japan’s 68th Kōhaku Uta Gassen, a popular, yearly music program in Japan.
We know many of you Onces are just so eager for more details, especially ticket prices so we’ll be keeping an eye out for the details and we’ll update you all once we get more info.
TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park
Date: 28 July 2018
Venue: Malawati Indoor Stadium, Shah Alam
Source: IME Asia