One rich TWICE fan (or a ONCE), has been building numerous multiplex housing buildings and naming them after the TWICE members. Keep on reading to learn more.
TWICE Fan Builds Multiplex Housing and Names the Building after TWICE Members
It was recently revealed that one rich TWICE fan has been building multiplex housing building around the Incheon Metropolitan City. The multiplex housing has been built over several years, and all of them are named after the TWICE members.
Currently, this ONCE has built a "Nayeon House," "Jeongyeon House," "Sana House," "Momo House," "Jihyo House." "Mina House," "Dahyun Ville," and "Chaeyoung House."
The multiplex housing building named after the group's youngest member, Tzuyu, is yet to be constructed. Despite only have eight of the nine multiplex buildings built, people still applauded the TWICE fan for their impressive gift.
Many people left comments on posts concerning the multiplex buildings, with many complimenting how awesome this large-scale gift is. Others also pointed out that doing this is total "fan goals," while others revealed that they wanted to live in one of the TWICE-themed multiplex housing buildings.
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Would you like to live in a multiplex housing named after a TWICE member? Which one would you like to live in? Tell us in the comments below!
TWICE's Recent Activities
On Mar. 6, TWICE held their second online concert, "TWICE in Wonderland." JYP Entertainment first announced the concert to fas on Jan. 14. "TWICE in Wonderland" was held in partnership with NTT Docomo. The concert was broadcast utilizing various advanced technologies, including augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (AR).
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At the end of the concert, TWICE released they would drop a new Japanese single, "Kura Kura," on May 12.
On Jan. 28, TWICE appeared on the TIME 100 Talks series held by TIME Magazine via live broadcast. During the live stream, the girls of TWICE delivered a special performance of their song, "Depend on You," from their "Eyes Wide Open" album.
On Dec. 18, 2020, TWICE dropped the single "CRY FOR ME" following high demand from fans to release the song as an official single after the group performed the song at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMAs) on Dec. 6. "CRY FOR ME" debuted at number one on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart. The track also debuted at number 122 on the Billboard Global Excluding U.S. Chart.
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Written by Alexa Lewis