TWICE Releases New Single ‘Hare Hare’ May 31st in Japan – Kpopnews
TWICE announces the release of a new single in Japan, which is gaining popularity among local fans.
Recently, TWICE delighted fans via their official Japanese SNS channels by releasing individual and group teaser images following the announcement of their 10th Japanese single “Hare Hare”.
The TWICE members in these pictures mesmerize fans with stylish yet flirty vibes, raising curiosity about their new album with their unique and alluring looks.
Previously, TWICE announced their plan for “TWICE 5TH WORLD TOUR READY TO BE” in JAPAN, marking their first stage performance in Japan as the first K-pop girl group. Since their debut in Japan as a foreign artist in March 2019, TWICE quickly entered Tokyo Dome and proved their prominence as a K-pop girl group in Japan in April 2022 by performing three consecutive box office concerts at Tokyo Dome.
In addition, Mina, Sana and Momo will form the first sub-unit of TWICE, MISAMO, in July and make their official debut in Japan. MISAMO consists of the three Japanese members of TWICE, Mina, Sana and Momo, whose name is made up of combining the first letters of each member’s name. MISAMO will release their first Japanese mini-album on July 26th and will actively promote it in their home country.
TWICE kicked off their fifth world tour on May 15th and 16th at KSPO DOME in Songpa-gu, Seoul. They will perform 23 concerts at a total of 14 venues around the world, starting on May 2nd and 3rd (local time) in Sydney, Australia, followed by Melbourne on May 6th and 7th, Osaka on May 13th and 14th and Tokyo on May 20th and 21st, Los Angeles on June 10th, Oakland on June 12th and 13th, Seattle on June 16th, Dallas on June 21st, Houston on June 24th and 25th, Chicago on June 28th .and June 29th, Toronto July 2nd and 3rd, New York July 6th and Atlanta July 9th.
With this new world tour, TWICE will enter Osaka’s Nagai Yanmar Stadium, Tokyo’s Ajinomoto Stadium, Los Angeles’ Sofi Stadium and New York’s MetLife Stadium for a total of six stadium concerts. Notably, TWICE broke a record as the first K-pop girl group to sell out all seats at Los Angeles’ Sofi Stadium.
Powered by the strong support of their ONCE fandom, TWICE is quickly gaining popularity around the world. Her new Japanese single album “Hare Hare” will be officially released on May 31st.