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  1. TWICEtoONCE "I will carry you"

    ONCEtoTWICE "I will carry you"

  2. This JTBC show, Idol Room, which is broadcasted live on Vlive every Saturday, 4.40pm-KST: http://channels.vlive.tv/CB0685/video
  3. Media (local and overseas), event organisers, concert promoters, selected internet community members (e.g. soompi, the seoul story etc).
  4. Industry Insiders Rank Most Influential People In Korean Music Industry Who are the most influential people in Korea’s music industry? In honor of their 33rd anniversary, news outlet Sports Seoul surveyed people 35 individuals from different agencies to figure out who are power people in various fields. The industry insiders were asked to rank the top three in each category. Getting voted as No. 1 yields 3 points, No. 2 yields 2 points, and No. 3 yields 1 point. Since 35 industry insiders participated in the survey, the highest amount of points possible for one team is 105 points. Check out the results below! Power People in the Industry 1. BTS (62 points – No. 3 last year) 2. Lee Soo Man (48 points – No. 1 last year) 3. Bang Shi Hyuk (42 points) 4. Yang Hyun Suk (8 points – No. 2 last year) 4. Wanna One (8 points) BTS has proven to be a worldwide sensation with their success at the BBMAs and their latest album “LOVE YOURSELF 轉 Tear.” While Lee Soo Man didn’t get No. 1 this year, he remains a powerful person in the K-pop industry. Widely regarded as the founder of K-pop due to his work in producing first generation idol groups H.O.T and S.E.S, Lee Soo Man continues to be an important figure. As the producer behind BTS, Bang Shi Hyuk rose up to No. 3 with Yang Hyun Suk and Wanna One tying for fourth place. Best K-Pop Producer 1. Bang Shi Hyuk (80 points – No. 1 last year) 2. Lee Soo Man (40 points – No. 3 last year) 3. Park Jin Young (31 points – No. 2 last year) 4. Yang Hyun Suk (8 points) 5. Teddy (6 points – No. 4 last year) 5. Black Eyed Pilseung (6 points) Bang Shi Hyuk tops this ranking for the second year in a row. Due to his agency starting out with less capital and brand power compared to larger agencies, BTS’s success has been all the more impressive. Producers from the Big 3 follow him in the ranking with Teddy and Black Eyed Pilseung tied for No. 5. Best Male Idol 1. BTS (98 points – No. 1 last year) 2. Wanna One (50 points – No. 5 last year) 3. EXO (41 points – No. 2 last year) 4. BIGBANG (9 points – No. 3 last year) 5. SEVENTEEN (4 points – No. 5 last year) BTS’s hold on the No. 1 spot is stronger this year. 31 out of 35 of the industry insiders surveyed picked BTS as No. 1. Wanna One has jumped up three spots from last year following increased popularity. EXO, BIGBANG, and SEVENTEEN round out the top 5 respectively. Best Female Idol 1. TWICE (95 points – No. 1 last year) 2. Red Velvet (50 points – No. 5 last year) 3. BLACKPINK – (31 points – No. 3 last year) 4. MAMAMOO (11 points) 5. GFRIEND (7 points – No. 2 last year) TWICE also continues to hold the No. 1 ranking for the second year in a row. Within two years and six months since their debut, the group has eight title track hits. Red Velvet moved up three spots from their ranking last year reflecting their growth and increased popularity. BLACKPINK, MAMAMOO, and GFRIEND round out the top 5 respectively. What are your thoughts on these results? Source (1) CR: soompi
  5. Park Jin Young Discusses The Future Of JYP Entertainment And Changes They Will Undergo Park Jin Young, the founder of JYP Entertainment, recently participated in an event held by Spark Labs to discuss the future of the agency and how they hope to expand and adapt to the ever-changing industry. Bringing up the fact that JYP will be moving to a new building soon, Park Jin Young talked about four different ways that they will be changing how the company is run in order to be more efficient and adaptable, while also creating a healthy work environment. He called the change “JYP 2.0.” First, Park Jin Young talked about how they will be changing up how the company is run from a traditional format, in which there is one department that carries out a certain set of tasks, such as marketing or management, to different task forces that handle a single artist. He explained that two years ago, he tested out the new task force format with TWICE, and he found that things were faster and communication was better between the staff and the artists. Therefore, JYP will from now on be four different labels under the umbrella of JYP Entertainment, and all of the artists under JYP will be designated to a specific task force. The second strategy Park Jin Young discussed was “Globalization by localization.” He spoke of how bringing in Nichkhun to be a member of 2PM helped the group become a global group and connect more with fans around the world. Park Jin Young explained how JYP has continued to train non-Korean talents to be a part of JYP groups, and they will continue to expand and debut groups under their system with no Korean members. He explained that they recently debuted a Chinese group and are planning to debut a Japanese girl group in the future. The third plan was to create a “JYP Music Factory,” a large space that will help maintain the quality of music while increasing the artists quantity of music. The new facility will include nine dance studios, 18 vocal rooms, seven producing rooms, 11 recording booths, and two mixing rooms to give both established artists and trainees more resources to create more music. Finally, Park Jin Young spoke of “Creativity from happiness,” in which he discussed creating a good work environment for JYP’s employees. He talked about decreasing the number of maximum hours each person works at JYP Entertainment and being willing to hire more people to ensure that a healthy work-life balance is maintained. Park Jin Young also talked about serving high quality, organic food on the premise to make sure that the artists and employees can maintain a healthy lifestyle. Finally, he emphasized the importance of mental health and stated that they had hand-picked a group of psychiatrists who will regularly interact with artists and employees. Catch his full speech below! CR: soompi
  6. [V Report Plus] Twice’s Sana, Momo serenaded by indie band SBGB (Naver's V app) Sana and Momo of Twice were serenaded by South Korean indie band SBGB on “Check-in Live” on Thursday. SBGB’s guitarist and keyboardist sang Twice’s recent hit songs, “What is Love,” “Heartshaker” and “Knock Knock,” in succession. (Naver's V app) The upbeat dance tracks were reinterpreted as mellow ballads. Twice debuted through the audition show “Sixteen” co-created by Mnet and JYP Entertainment, a music label under which the nine-piece act was formed. One of the biggest names in the K-pop scene at the moment, Twice consists of Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung and Tzuyu. Full : http://www.vlive.tv/video/76120 SBGB cover "What Is Love? + Heart Shaker + KNOCK KNOCK": http://www.vlive.tv/video/76671 ARRAN cover "T.T remix (with TAK)": http://www.vlive.tv/video/76670 CR: KPOPHERALD
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  8. [KPOPHERALD] Twice to drop first Japanese full-length album in September (JYP Entertainment) Twice is set to drop its first Japanese full-length album in September, its agency said. According to JYP Entertainment on Friday, the nine-piece K-pop girl group will release “BDZ” on Sept. 12. With “BDZ” standing for bulldozer, the album produced by the agency’s head producer Park Jin-young embodies the band’s determination to move forward It will include five new songs and five of Twice’s previous Japanese singles such as “One More Time,” “Candy Pop,” “Wake Me Up,” “Brand New Girl” and “I Want You Back.” Having commenced its Japanese promotional activities in June last year, the band’s latest single “Wake Me Up,” released last month, shipped over 500,000 copies and won the K-pop act its fourth consecutive platinum certification -- awarded in Japan to those who sold more than 250,000 records. Twice is also set to drop its Korean summer single “Dance the Night Away” on July 9. (lotus@heraldcorp.com) CR: KPOPHERALD
  9. [bandwagon Singapore] Teenager under investigation by the police after chanting gang slogans at TWICE's concert in Singapore Words by Surej Singh on 21 June 2018 Photography by One Production In case you've been living under a rock, it's illegal to join or act as a member of an unlawful society and engage in its activities in Singapore. Simply put, gangs and gang activities are – unsurprisingly – illegal here. During K-pop group TWICE's concert in Singapore last Sunday evening, a teenager took a video of him and his friends screaming out gang chants – specifically, that of the Sah Lak Kau or 369 gang – at the concert. The video was soon uploaded onto Twitter and had been making its rounds on the social media platform. The viral video was initially met with mixed reactions, with some Twitter users finding humor in the post, while others were upset with the usage of gang chants. The Twitter user who uploaded the video, @DaamnDude, stated that the video was shot by his brother at the concert. They yelled the gang slogans when TWICE's fans (known as ONCEs) began their fan chants. DaamnDude's brother and his friends shouted the gang chants as a substitute for the fan chants, as they did not know the words. The video garnered over 59,000 views over three days. Though the Twitter user has deleted the tweet and the video, you can still find the video here. In a report by The Straits Times, the police have stated that they are aware of the incident and are looking into it. Should the concert-goers involved in the video be convicted, each of them could face a fine not exceeding $5,000, a jail term of up to three years, or both. Check out some of the reactions to Twitter user @DaamnDude's video here. CR: bandwagon singapore
  10. {I do not like reporting the following news from the Singapore press ... however, here goes} [The Straits Times] Police looking into video of concertgoer shouting gang slogan during K-pop girl group Twice's concert K-pop girl group Twice performed at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Sunday (June 17). PHOTO: ONE PRODUCTION Reporter: Ng Huiwen SINGAPORE - The police are looking into a viral video of a concertgoer heard shouting a gang slogan during South Korean girl group Twice's concert on Sunday (June 17). A seven-second clip of the incident was shared online recently, after it was first posted on Twitter. In the video, a voice could be heard chanting "sah lak kau", or "369" in Hokkien, as the nine-member K-pop group sang and danced on stage. The slogan is synonymous with the gang Sio Kun Tong. The concertgoer's face was not shown in the video. In response to queries, the police said they are aware of the incident and are looking into it. Under the Societies Act, it is illegal to join or act as a member of an unlawful society. It is also illegal to attend a meeting of an unlawful society. The Twitter user (angelo@Daamndude) who first uploaded the video claimed the voice in the clip belonged to his brother and that he had shouted the gang slogans during the concert, as he did not know the words to a fan chant being sung by other concertgoers. About 8,500 fans turned up for the three-hour concert, Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Sunday. The group performed hits such as Cheer Up, TT and Knock Knock in their second concert in Singapore, after their debut gig in 2017. The police have previously taken action against those who chanted gang slogans in public. In November 2017, four men were charged for their alleged involvement in unlawful societies, after videos of them shouting gang slogans at funeral processions were circulated online. Anyone convicted of being a member of an unlawful society may face a fine not exceeding $5,000, a jail term of up to three years, or both. CR: The Straits Times Concertgoer shouting 369 gang chant during TWICE’s concert in Singapore (PS: That post has since been deleted from that Twitter user's account and the page is now private. But he seemed to have a Carousell account, an Instagram account as well as a YouTube account) (Also, he has tagged his supposed "brother's",who had shouted that irresponsible gang slogan, Instagram account. That "brother" also seemed to be using this Carousell account and this Twitter account) If anyone reading this have any information of him and his mates, please contact the police. Thank you.
  11. sacheol-21stC

    Twice Singapore Discussion Thread

    [The Straits Times] Police looking into video of concertgoer shouting gang slogan during K-pop girl group Twice's concert K-pop girl group Twice performed at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Sunday (June 17). PHOTO: ONE PRODUCTION Reporter: Ng Huiwen SINGAPORE - The police are looking into a viral video of a concertgoer heard shouting a gang slogan during South Korean girl group Twice's concert on Sunday (June 17). A seven-second clip of the incident was shared online recently, after it was first posted on Twitter. In the video, a voice could be heard chanting "sah lak kau", or "369" in Hokkien, as the nine-member K-pop group sang and danced on stage. The slogan is synonymous with the gang Sio Kun Tong. The concertgoer's face was not shown in the video. In response to queries, the police said they are aware of the incident and are looking into it. Under the Societies Act, it is illegal to join or act as a member of an unlawful society. It is also illegal to attend a meeting of an unlawful society. The Twitter user (angelo@Daamndude) who first uploaded the video claimed the voice in the clip belonged to his brother and that he had shouted the gang slogans during the concert, as he did not know the words to a fan chant being sung by other concertgoers. About 8,500 fans turned up for the three-hour concert, Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Sunday. The group performed hits such as Cheer Up, TT and Knock Knock in their second concert in Singapore, after their debut gig in 2017. The police have previously taken action against those who chanted gang slogans in public. In November 2017, four men were charged for their alleged involvement in unlawful societies, after videos of them shouting gang slogans at funeral processions were circulated online. Anyone convicted of being a member of an unlawful society may face a fine not exceeding $5,000, a jail term of up to three years, or both. CR: The Straits Times Concertgoer shouting 369 gang chant during TWICE’s concert in Singapore (PS: That post has since been deleted from that Twitter user's account and the page is now private. But he seemed to have a Carousell account, an Instagram account as well as a YouTube account) (Also, he has tagged his supposed "brother's",who had shouted that irresponsible gang slogan, Instagram account. That "brother" also seemed to be using this Carousell account and this Twitter account) If anyone reading this have any information of him and his mates, please contact the police. Thank you.
  12. K-pop balladeers knock on overseas market Asia's largest music market offers size, diversity Korean rock band Nell announces that it will perform in Tokyo in July. Courtesy of Space Bohemian By Kim Ji-soo K-pop is thriving. The popularity of top K-pop idol groups such as BTS and TWICE has the effect of expanding the size of the overseas market for all Korean musicians. And top balladeers are taking the jump. The Korean band Nell announced Monday its plans to perform in the Japan market. The band will perform at WWW stage in Shibuya, Tokyo, under the title Nell's Season 2018 "The Colors." The rock band that debuted in 2001 has numerous hits including "Time Walking on Memory" and "Green Nocturne." Popular Korean R&B singer Lena Park popularized one of the band's songs, "Thank You" when she sang her version of it in an "I Am a Singer" reality television show. The Nell members have also been a frequent performer at Korea's music festivals such as Jisan Valley Rock Festival, Seoul Jazz Festival and Greenplugged. The band set up their own label company, Space Bohemian, in 2016. They are known for having produced some recent songs including the song for a unit group of Wanna One. Nell follows in the steps of other "non-idol" Korean singers. Singer Sung Si-kyung performs on a stage in Japan. Korea Times file Top balladeer Sung Si-kyung is expected to issue a single album in Japan early July. Sung, who debuted in 2001, is known for his honey-sweet voice and such hits as "I am Touched by You" and "To You." More recently, he has focused on tracks for Korean dramas including "My Love from the Star." To advance into the Japan market, he has opted to performing at a shopping mall and other more people-friendly stages, as he starts out as a virtual rookie in the Japanese music market. Singer Lee Jeok released his hit songs in Japanese in April, and performed in Japan this month, signaling his entry there. Also a writer, he is known for hit songs including "It's Fortunate." Singer Roy Kim also made a Japan debut this year. The winner of the fourth season of audition program "Superstar K" released a compilation of his hit songs including "Bom, Bom, Bom" in an album released in Japan on May 16. Kim also sang the duet "Heaven" with Kim Ei-zi that was part of the soundtrack of the popular 2017 television drama "Guardian." The Japanese music market is Asia's largest and the world's second-largest, one of the reasons singers actively knock on its doors. According to the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA), the Japanese music market stood at $4.4 billion in 2017. "The Japanese music market is heavily focused on the performance market, so these artists who can draw big audiences will have their eyes on the Japanese market, and these singers such as Sung, Lee, Roy Kim and Nell have that power," said Jang Min-gi, project researcher at Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA). "In addition, these are singers who have sung for drama soundtracks." She also pointed out Japan's fandom tends to be more widely spread over age and remains loyal, another attribute musicians take note of. But Jang of KOCCA said more Koreans making forays into Japan ― where performances and concerts matter much ― may well illustrate the current limitations in the Korean music market. In announcing his Japan activities, Lee Jeok had cited the tolerance for genres variety in the Japanese market, whereas idol groups dominate the K-pop market. At the same time, it's hard to deny the popularity of Korean stars in Japan recharged by the popular TWICE adds allure for other Korean music acts. The girl group TWICE's popularity is high where its single released in May "Wake Me Up" sold more than 200,000 units in the first week. So more idol groups are expected to expand their activities into Japan this year. SM Entertainment's girl group Red Velvet has a Japanese mini-album planned for early July. Also, the seven-membered Oh!My Girl is preparing for its Japan debut that is slated for in August. janee@ktimes.com CR: The Korea Times
  13. We’ve walked on a ‘flower road’ from our debut: TWICE The nonet thanked their fans for the love that has been showered on them and shared with us their plans for the rest of the year. By Lee Wei Lin Posted: 21 Jun 2018 09:52Updated: 21 Jun 2018 10:00 [Please visit Toggle.SG website to read up the original article and watch the videos, as well as other entertainment news!] We’ve walked on a ‘flower road’ from our debut: TWICE Videos: Tay Yixuan Local fans of TWICE – known collectively as Singapore ONCE, have probably been suffering from a serious bout of post-concert withdrawals ever since the girls wrapped up their one-night only extravaganza on our little red dot last week. Toggle was invited to speak with the nonet in an exclusive 15-minute interview (yes, we know, you’d do anything to trade places with us) shortly before their press conference was held, where they answered three (out of the 10 submitted) approved questions. They also took the opportunity to design personalised boards – a task that they gladly participated in, especially after we told them that their handiwork would be given away to Singapore ONCE. During the interview, they shared with us their thoughts about their journey as TWICE members since their debut in October 2015. “It’s really been a flower road (a smooth-sailing journey with lots of good fortune) for us since debut, hasn’t it?” Jihyo, who is also the leader of the group, said as the other girls nodded their agreement. “We’ve received lots of love from our fans, and when we did our overseas tour last year, we received the love from fans all over the world, which made us feel very blessed for the past three years.” Dahyun added, “Thanks to our ONCE, we’ve also received trophies on music programmes, and even a daesang (highest award) at the year-end ceremonies. We have so many beautiful memories, and we’re so lucky to have had our ONCE with us all this time.” Which of the other members’ unit stages does TWICE want to try out? During their TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park, the girls also took the opportunity to perform unit stages, which we got the girls to talk about at the interview. Dahyun shared, “Until now, I’ve been performing with a bright and fun image so I thought of having a change this time around. I wanted to do something that is cooler so I tried Rain’s ‘Rainism’ and called it ‘Dahyunism’.” Momo grinned, “Personally, I think that Dahyun’s performance is very impactful. However, in my opinion, Dahyun’s performance is something that only she can do, so instead of wanting to try it out, I just want to tell her that I really enjoyed watching her perform.” Jeongyeon added, “For myself and Nayeon, we did a duet of Baek Ji Young and Taecyeon’s ‘My Ear’s Candy’.” Nayeon shared, “We wanted to do a duet, so finding a duet song was the priority for us. We’re really happy with our performance so we’re not jealous of the other units at all.” For Chaeyoung, she explained, “For us, we did Wax’s ‘OPPA’. It was the three of us (Mina, Sana and herself) who made up the unit. For me, I’ve done a lot of cooler performances so I wanted to have a bright and fun one this time around. Originally, it was just Sana and I who decided on it, but afterwards, Mina said that she wanted to show the cute side of herself as well and that’s how the unit ended up with the three of us.” What does TWICE want to accomplish by the end of the year? Sana chimed in, “I didn’t really want to say this because they said that they’re very satisfied with their performance, but we perform right after Nayeon and Jeongyeon so I always felt that their performance looks very fun. If I could try doing their performance, I’ll pick Jihyo since we made eye contact.” Meanwhile, Tzuyu explained that she previously put on more “bubbly and fun performances, so I wanted to put on a cool performance this time. That’s why Momo, Jihyo and I performed Beyoncé’s ‘End of Time’.” Chaeyoung mused, “I feel that Tzuyu, Jihyo and Momo’s performance was really cool from the first time that I saw it. Their choreography at the start of the song is really charismatic but whenever they’re performing, I’m at the backstage changing so I wasn’t able to watch it. I really want to see their performance so later on, if I have the chance, I’ll definitely watch the DVD to catch it.” Come July, TWICE will be releasing their second special album, Dance The Night Away, and Chaeyoung shared that there are many songs that are well-suited for summer. Sana added, “My longtime goal was to be able to meet more ONCE. Because of our current tour, I think I’ll be able to achieve this goal as we’ll be able to see our fans around the world. That’s why I think I’m closer to achieving my goal.” What TWICE wrote and designed on their personalised boards? TWICE’s gift for Singapore ONCE While TWICE may have bid their Singapore ONCE a goodbye (for now, at least), Toggle wants to give Singapore ONCE something to remember them by regardless of whether or not you managed to make it to their show. After concluding our interview with the girls, each of the members designed a mini whiteboard just for their ONCE, with the messages translated earlier in this gallery. For your chance to win your favourite member’s personalised board, simply follow these steps and the most creative entries will be picked to win. 1. Tell us nine reasons why you love TWICE. You may choose to write (within 400 words), draw (on an A4-sized piece of paper or smaller) or create a video (with a duration of one minute or less). 2. Upload your entry onto your Twitter account (please ensure that your Twitter account is set to public), and hashtag your post with #TWICEToggle. 3. Email the URL of your tweet, your favourite member’s name, along with your full name as per your NRIC, residential address, email address and contact number to editor@mediacorp.com.sg with the subject ‘Toggle TWICE 2018’. Please note that each person can only submit entries for ONE member. Each winner will receive one personalised board and one lollipop with their favourite member’s name on it. Contest ends June 29 and winners will be notified via email by July 3. All winners will have to collect their boards personally from Mediacorp. * Terms and Conditions - This contest is open only to Singapore residents, and prizes must be collected from Mediacorp personally. No requests for postage, courier or other methods of collection will be entertained. - All personal details submitted in your email must match those in your NRIC. Winners chosen who do not have matching information will automatically get their prizes forfeited. - Each person is only allowed to submit one entry. Multiple entries will result in instant disqualification. - Entries submitted after the deadline will not be entertained. - Toggle reserves the right to pick final winners. No correspondence will be entertained. - Entry submission forms that are incomplete will be disqualified. - Previous week’s winners are not qualified to win. - Each family is entitled to win only one contest every seven days. Persons who share the same registered address will be considered as part of the same family. - Any proof-of-entry printouts cannot be used as proof that Toggle has received your submission. - Toggle reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of the contest without prior notice. - Winners will be informed via email/phone call from which details of prize collection will be stated. - Prizes not collected by the given date will be considered null and void. - Prizes are non-transferable and non-exchangeable for cash. - By entering the contest, you agree to be informed of any future promotion related to Toggle. V1: Sana feels that she is closer to achieving her goal, but what exactly is it? V2: TWICE has a surprise for ONCE! CR: Toggle.SG
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    Twice Singapore Discussion Thread

    CR: Toggle.sg @SubjectKpop, @AuGuStKz, @Amethyst Dreamer, @tzuXhybudget and other Singaporean ONCE, as well international ONCE currently living/residing in Singapore. The full details for chance to win TWICE member's personalised board: For your chance to win your favourite member’s personalised board, simply follow these steps and the most creative entries will be picked to win. 1. Tell us nine reasons why you love TWICE. You may choose to write (within 400 words), draw (on an A4-sized piece of paper or smaller) or create a video (with a duration of one minute or less). 2. Upload your entry onto your Twitter account (please ensure that your Twitter account is set to public), and hashtag your post with #TWICEToggle. 3. Email the URL of your tweet, your favourite member’s name, along with your full name as per your NRIC, residential address, email address and contact number to editor@mediacorp.com.sg with the subject ‘Toggle TWICE 2018’. Please note that each person can only submit entries for ONE member. Each winner will receive one personalised board and one lollipop with their favourite member’s name on it. Contest ends June 29 and winners will be notified via email by July 3. All winners will have to collect their boards personally from Mediacorp. * Terms and Conditions - This contest is open only to Singapore residents, and prizes must be collected from Mediacorp personally. No requests for postage, courier or other methods of collection will be entertained. - All personal details submitted in your email must match those in your NRIC. Winners chosen who do not have matching information will automatically get their prizes forfeited. - Each person is only allowed to submit one entry. Multiple entries will result in instant disqualification. - Entries submitted after the deadline will not be entertained. - Toggle reserves the right to pick final winners. No correspondence will be entertained. - Entry submission forms that are incomplete will be disqualified. - Previous week’s winners are not qualified to win. - Each family is entitled to win only one contest every seven days. Persons who share the same registered address will be considered as part of the same family. - Any proof-of-entry printouts cannot be used as proof that Toggle has received your submission. - Toggle reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of the contest without prior notice. - Winners will be informed via email/phone call from which details of prize collection will be stated. - Prizes not collected by the given date will be considered null and void. - Prizes are non-transferable and non-exchangeable for cash. - By entering the contest, you agree to be informed of any future promotion related to Toggle. CR: Toggle.sg New Qs & As from Toggle.sg Twitter regarding contest: A closer look at the personalised boards:
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