TWICE just finished their first two Japanese concerts as part of their TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park tour.
They held the first two concerts at the Saitama Super Arena, the third-largest indoor arena in the world, eating over 36,000 people at a time!
With two nights of concerts, that’s a total of over 70,000 ONCEs attending their shows!
Major Japanese companies and broadcasting stations also sent their love and support for TWICE’s concert.
all the flower wreaths twice received from different japanese company… im so proud of them 😢 pic.twitter.com/aIDoe37Hn3
— きむ💓 mi🚨mo🚑 (@hiraimyouis) May 27, 2018
Just from the merchandise lines, it was easy to tell just how popular TWICE is in Japan.
— Shinta🍑＠ONCE (@ONCE_TT_MOMO) May 26, 2018
But the most beautiful sight was the magnificent Candy Bong ocean!
And best of all, the entire arena sang Happy Birthday to Dahyun!
— TWICELAND🍭 #HAPPYDAHYUNDAY🎂 (@TWICELAND_ONCE) May 27, 2018
The Saitama Super Arena last weekend was truly a sight to see.
Inside of the Saitama Super Stadium,Japan.
— 박지효 (@godjihyooo) May 26, 2018
Since they debuted in Japan, TWICE has done nothing but break records for K-Pop and help revive Hallyu in Japan.
And this past weekend on popular Japanese program Music Station, TWICE also performed their Korean song “What Is Love?” alongside their Japanese single “Wake Me Up.”
In addition to their new Japanese single "Wake Me Up", TWICE also performed their Korean title track "What Is Love?" (in Korean!) tonight on Japanese show Music Station! 😍🎤🎶 That's how loved they are~ 😚👑 Certified legends, and only rising! @JYPETWICE @JYPETWICE_JAPAN pic.twitter.com/8v9HA2S4P1
— Koreaboo (@Koreaboo) May 25, 2018
No Korean artist has ever performed a Korean song on Music Station before, making TWICE the very first to do so.
And with another incredibly successful concert, they’ve solidified their position as the most popular K-Pop girl group in Japan.
Congratulations to TWICE for all their continuing success in Japan!