Girl group TWICE will make their comeback to the Japanese market with a new Japanese single titled 'Kura Kura' on May 12.
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On March 6, TWICE officially held their first Japanese online concert called 'TWICE In Wonderland'. Here, the group performed a series of their hits (Japanese version), such as Fancy, More & More, TT... Besides, the group shared that they are preparing to return to the Japan's market with a new Japanese single.
This will mark the girls' first Japanese comeback in about 7 months, since the release of 'Better' last year. The group's 8th single will feature two main tracks, the title track 'Kura Kura' and the song 'Strawberry Moon' - and will be released on May 12.
Based on the recently released teaser image, TWICE's 'Kura Kura' will be of the Disco genre, the music from the previous decades. Previously, the group tried this music genre with the song 'I Can't Stop Me' in Korean. It is known that 'I Can't Stop Me' quickly received a lot of praise from the audience with its catchy tune.
Will the group continue to succeed with 'Kura Kura'? Please look forward to it!