The Korean music industry is booming with big comebacks. As anticipated, TWICE, a popular female group from the JYP Entertainment, is set to drop their second full-length album 'Eyes Wide Open' later this month. They have begun to drop the promotional posters. As per the latest reports, one of the members of the group won't be able to promote the album due to health concerns. Vocalist Jeongyeon will take a break from the activities after experiencing psychological anxiety.
The statement from JYP Entertainment read that after many discussions with Jeongyeon and the members of the TWICE – Nayeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. They will help her work on her health and recover! "We would like to inform you about TWICE member Jeongyeon’s current health situation and her further participation in TWICE’s activity. Currently, Jeongyeon is experiencing psychological anxiousness in moving forward with her schedule," the statement read (via Soompi).
TWICE released their ninth mini-album 'More And More' released on June 1, 2020, along with a music video. The album broke a major record. According to Goan Chart (Korean Music Chart), the album sold 563,000 copies which is the highest ever record held by a girl group.
'Eyes Wide Open' will release on October 26.
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