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      System Update!   07/20/2017

      Hello Team Twice Community members! As of 20/07/17 (20 JUly 2017) our IPS System has updated! With this major update comes new features that we are reviewing and testing and also a broken theme! As we wait for our theme to be fixed we will be using the IPS 4.2 theme that we ahve named TEMP. We hope that this temp theme wont be around for too long! and we will be posting a full announcement on features and what they mean for our forums shortly   <3 Nom

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  1. let's go crazy about our 'cutie-sexy' sana banana!!
  2. First Word You Think Of

    This is an easy game. You just have to type in ONE word that pops into your mind after seeing what the person above you writes, and then we keep going from there. First Word: Twice
  3. TWICE EDITS!!

    Well i originally Started this in the wrong section sooo... I'LL JUST POST THEM HERE NOW
  4. Does our precious Sana have more fanboys or fangirls on TTF~
  5. Sana can stop time too?!

    I made another Sana vid! It's short one tho.
  6. The Ctrl + V Thread

    Pretty much just press those keys (Ctrl + V) and see what you have. You can explain or give a reason if you want This is just for fun, and maybe out of boredom lol. umm... yeah lol
  7. JYP Entertainment Holds Audition For Their New Girl Group After The Departure Of 'Sixteen' Trainees by Shore Mertz / Jul 05, 2017 08:24 AM EDT JYP has announced just recently that their agency will be holding a special audition program to find new members for their upcoming new girl group. The said audition was reportedly prompted after three of the agency’s trainees left. On July 2, JYP Entertainment surprised the industry when it revealed a special announcement. Through a new sub-channel on YouTube called JYP Audition, the said entertainment agency announced that they will be holding auditions to find new recruits that will join the agency’s new girl group. The said audition has been titled “2017 JYP Girl Group Audition” and it will be taking place on August 13 at the JYP Training Center in Gangnam, Seoul. JYP Entertainment is inviting girls all over the world who are were born in 1993 up to 2006 to sign up and join. All those interested to take part in the audition can either sign up for singing or dancing starting July 3 through the entertainment company’s official website. As revealed through the new video featuring JYP artiste Somi, those who will be joining the audition will be given one minute to display their greatest talents and best skills fit for entertainment. The finalist will reportedly be taken in as a trainee in JYP Entertainment. There are speculations that the abrupt audition was held after trainees Natty, Eunseo, and Jiwon recently left JYP Entertainment. The three girls participated in JYP Entertainment’s previous survival show, “Sixteen” and they are already set to join the upcoming girl group production show, “Idol School”. Natty, Eunsoo, and Jinwoo were reportedly being geared up to debut in JYP’s planned new girl group. Fans also think that despite TWICE’s rising popularity and success, it is about time that a new girl group from JYP Entertainment has been introduced. Wonder Girls recently disbanded and there are no updates on the current situation of Miss A. As of now, TWICE is the only girl group currently promoting. original source: naver cr: Korea Portal
  8. Okay, since we have the elbow game why won't we try typing with closed eyes? But this time, we only type the names of the the Twice members. Rules: - No Peeking - This time you are allowed to backspace but remember not to peek! - You can type the members' name in any order - Have fun! Me first: jihyo nayeon tzuyu dahun xhaeyounf mina hubfeywon sana sahyun what even.. xD Edited: I just noticed I attempted to type Dahyun's name twice and forgot Momo @@...
  9. (Kpopherald) The hottest K-pop girl groups of 2017 Every year, the K-pop scene sees a slew of new girl groups trying out different styles, dances and songs. The first half of 2017 has seen a number of powerful acts who add even more color to the ever-growing K-pop world. Here are our picks for the top four hottest girl groups of the first half of 2017 (in no particular order): 1. Black Pink 2. Mamamoo 3. Twice 4. Red Velvet (doo@heraldcorp.com) cr: kpopherald ========================== ?? 2nd half ?? - GFriend (August comeback), SNSD (August comeback, 10th Anniversary) !!, Weki Meki (August debut), WJSN, Apink, Girl's Day, Lovelyz, EXID ??
  10. WELCOME TO THE MINA X TZUYU THREAD FEEL FREE TO SPAZZ AND RANT ABOUT THIS TRAGIC BUT VISUALLY STUNNING DUO!
  11. I've always wondered whether or not Nayeon had more fanboys or fangirls on TTF, let's see
  12. K-Pop Playlists by Trane

    I'm putting this on other talents because it doesn't really qualify as a talent at all. I've been creating Playlists on Soundcloud and I have just started a Youtube channel. I hope to showcase my skills and content in making these and I hope you enjoy. P.S- I do not know if the mods mind this kind of post, if it is not allowed I'm terribly sorry about it. Soundcloud Link- https://soundcloud.com/trane658 I'll be making a full Twice Playlist that I'll showcase here to celebrate my membership on TTF
  13. I made one too! XD I'll be posting videos on my YouTube channel regularly! :)
  14. This idea has been taken from a reddit thread and I decide to hold another discussion here as I find it very interesting. As we have seen in the variety/reality shows that our girls have appeared in, whenever they are given a challenge/mission/competition, they are always divided into 3 groups with three members each. Most of the time its random or by age. Which members do you think, if combined to compliment their strengths and cover their weaknesses is the best possible combination to have the highest win rate for any challenge thrown at them? For reference, a reddit user created a tier list for how well they perform on missions on their shows: Please note that this is all opinions, and would be fun to see what's the best team we could agree on.
  15. Lol! When I watch it, I laugh so hard Focused on each members voice everytime its getting faster it so cute but their dance is so fast hahahahah
  16. { TWICE GRAPHICS } SIGNATURES & WALLPAPERS: free to use REQUESTED SIGNATURES: only for the use of the username listed here { OTHER K-POP ARTISTS } WALLPAPERS SIGNATURES { ANIME } AVATARS TAGWALLS SIGNATURES WALLPAPERS Fun Facts: 1) I change my editing names more than my usernames here in TTF. 2) I use Photoshop CS6 and Topaz Clean to edit these photos. 3) I mostly get my resources from DeviantArt and I post my graphics there too from time to time. 4) I get pressured when I do editing requests so I'm just mostly doing this as a hobby. I just want to share. 5) I want to study Graphics and Multimedia but my sister already took it so I'm stuck as an IT student haha! 6) I listen to TWICE songs while editing. But it depends on who I'm editing. If it's Irene, I listen to RV's songs. If it's Kagerou Project, I listen to Kagerou Project songs. Questions? You can ask me in this thread. Haha! I'll bump this thread from time to time when I add something new so I hope you'll check it out <3
  17. OMG THIS IS CRAZY! Check out the video below: LOL.... If you wanna see more of my videos, check out my channel. It's in my About Me here on TTF. Thanks for watching!
  18. "SIGNAL" MEMBER VERSIONS!

    Hi everyone! First, happy birthday Dahyun! I released 12 (!) videos today to celebrate! Below are the member versions of "Signal"! The last one is the Alien's own version. Enjoy! Thanks for watching! If you liked these videos, please check out my YouTube channel! Bye!
  19. Hi again! Please watch my CRAZY version of "Signal" below. Until next time, see you again!
  20. "SIGNAL" REVERSED

    Watch below. Enjoy! P.S.– Make sure to go watch it on YouTube to see my commentary on the funny parts!
  21. JYP Entertainment buys property for new company office SEOUL, June 1 (Yonhap) -- JYP Entertainment Corp. said Thursday it has acquired a property worth 20.2 billion won (US$18 million) in eastern Seoul to be used as its new company office. It said in a regulatory filing that the purchase was made to secure property for its new building. Its headquarters is currently located in Cheongdam, a suburb of the upscale Gangnam Ward. The company said it plans to have all of its staff move into a single building to promote efficiency. The leading South Korean entertainment agency, run by singer and producer Park Jin-young, has a large portfolio of popular K-pop celebrities, including girl groups TWICE and Miss A. cr: Yonhap News Agency
  22. Ayo I'm Freshstatiic (you can call me Statiic), I'm an artist (and also a designer/editor but that's a different story) and I will be posting my fanart that I've just been sharing on twitter onto TTF for the funs ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ most of my fanart are TWICE, WJSN, and Pristin (girl groups in general) I don't usually take requests just because I tend to draw whatever comes to mind, if I see something I want to draw/redraw, and/or I'm busy with other work that's not drawing but if I see a suggestion I like then I might do it who knows. Anyways I hope you enjoy my art :) – Statiic –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Art Index: #1 #2 #3 #4 #5
  23. TWICE'S SUPERPOWERS!

    I love Twice's new superpowers in "Signal", so I decided to make a video about them! Enjoy!
  24. Hello Onces! Today, I released eight member versions of "Knock Knock" on my YouTube channel. All of the members have their own videos in which only their parts play. There is a bit of a twist at the beginning and the end, so I hope you like it! Enjoy! I hope you liked the videos! Subscribe to stay tuned for more videos like this and other Twice videos. Check out my channel as well! As always, thank you for watching. Onces' support means a lot to me. See you later!
  25. The minds behind K-pop’s biggest hits : Top agencies develop in-house songwriting teams to churn out hits K-pop seems to be in crisis, but it’s constantly evolving and has been known to bounce back from periods of sluggishness. Music released in Korea aims to do well not only on domestic charts, but hopes to make its way onto the Billboard and iTunes charts as well. It is a testament to the impact of a single being greater than ever before. Along with that, the producers behind hit K-pop singles are also changing with the times. JoongAng Ilbo, affiliate of the Korea JoongAng Daily, met with the producers at two major entertainment agencies, JYP Entertainment and S.M. Entertainment. Park Jin-young [JYP ENTERTAINMENT] Finding an in-house producer Girl group Twice’s recent single “Knock Knock,” which was released in February, was on top of the music charts for two weeks straight. The artist behind the single, who also churned out consecutive hits with Twice from their debut song “Like Ooh-Ahh” to “Cheer Up” and “TT,” is JYP Entertainment’s very own in-house producer Lee Woo-min, who goes by the name Min Lee. Lee is a product of the JYP Publishing Songwriter & Producer Audition and has honed his craft through joint producing R&B singer G.Soul’s debut album “Coming Home” and Ha:tfelt’s mini album “Me?.” Lee might not be as reputable as the producing group Black Eyed Pilseung that joint produced “Like Ooh-Ahh,” but the young producer has been praised by the chief editor of an online blog dedicated to K-pop music, Mimyo of Idology, who said Lee has the ability to “write clear-cut, well-structured songs that stand out from the crowd.” “Knock Knock,” a collaborative effort with Japanese composer Mayu Wakisaka, is especially regarded as a perfect fit for Twice, who are preparing to jump into the Japanese market come June. Three members of the nine member group are Japanese and the pre-released digital single “What’s Twice,” received favorable reviews. In a music industry where entertainment agencies hold auditions for producers similar to the ones they hold for future boy and girl group members, Lee is an example of the success that agencies have had with the system. Although Lee was in the United States, the JoongAng Ilbo was able to reach the young producer via e-mail. When asked how “Knock Knock” was produced, Lee said it “took quite a while to produce. JYP suggested that I join a songwriting camp that was held in Australia and Japan in late 2015, where I met Wakisaka. We clicked — that’s why we decided to co-produce the song via email.” While there are rumors that JYP Entertainment’s internal evaluation for choosing new tracks is very complicated, Lee said he didn’t really have much knowledge regarding the evaluation process. “It works like an audition. The agency announces something like ‘Submit one song that fits as a new single for Got7 or Twice’s [both under management of JYP Entertainment] new album.’ Then we producers submit songs that are later chosen after monitoring and numerous meetings. If we don’t receive an answer in a couple of days, we [assume that it has] failed. Luckily, ‘Knock Knock’ was met with favorable responses from the start.” Lee said he started composing ever since he was little. “Since I moved to the United States early in my life and they didn’t have many Korean students there, I wasn’t able to converse with anyone. I only played the guitar in my free time, then I joined a band, which naturally had me writing songs.” As Lee finally decided to pursue a career in music, he started writing songs on a daily business, which later saw him applying for the aforementioned audition. “I met with Park Jin-young [Founder of JYP Entertainment] for an interview and later signed a contract. It was really fascinating.” Lee is an in-house producer for JYP Entertainment, meaning that he almost exclusively produces tracks for JYP Entertainment’s artists. “The biggest advantage of being an in-house producer is the synergy we get from working with other in-house producers. We all have our expertise so we can work efficiently and share new ideas.” JYP Publishing has held auditions for producers twice a year since 2012.Creative Manager of JYP Publishing Kim Min-ji said, “We currently have 22 exclusive producers and if we add artists that can produce as well, it amounts to 51 producers. The advantage of these auditions is that we can unearth hidden talents that can produce tailor made songs for our artists.” Lee also had some words for aspiring producers. “When I was working with G.Soul, it was troublesome initially because we didn’t have a clear understanding of what we both liked. When we did succeed in that, we were able to create a song [of mixed genre] like ‘Coming Home.’ You need to have a mixed diet of genres and not only focus on ones you like.” Camps attract foreign talent If you have a keen ear, you might have noticed that S.M. Entertainment’s boy group EXO’s music went through a transition between the albums “EX’ACT” and “LOTTO.” If you have a keen eye, you will have noticed the same credit on the songs “Lucky One,” “Monster” and “Lotto,” which helped make EXO top three million in sales – LDN Noise. Ever since being founded in 1995, S.M. Entertainment has been the home of distinguished producers like Yoo Young-jin, Kenzie and Ryan. To continue that trend, the agency has hosted the “SM Songwriting Camp” since 2009. “If we bought songs from producers abroad in the early 2000s, we now produce songs together with foreign producers. We now have a pool of 500 foreign producers and we hold many songwriting camps to produce the next big song for our artists,” said Lee Seo-kyung of international A&R. Among the pool of 500 artists, a team made up of Greg Bonnick and Hayden Chapman, known as LDN Noise, is one of the most active foreign collaborators for S.M. Entertainment. They started working as a team when they produced Chris Brown’s 2012 mega hit “Turn Up the Music,” where they showcased their strengths in EDM and deep-house. They boast a wide spectrum of abilities, as they have shown with Shinhwa’s “Sniper,” Taeyeon’s “Why,” Shinee’s “View” and Red Velvet’s “Dumb Dumb.” “The agency gives us information about the mood and concept for each artist, but we never know if the song we’re making now will be an EXO song, or an NCT song. Even for EXO’s ‘Lucky One’ — we intended for it to be a Shinee song, but when EXO’s team heard it, they took it away,” said Chapman. The other half of LDN Noise, Bonnick, gave insight into the producing process. “It normally goes on for a week. First, we showcase our pre-produced tracks to the A&R team and receive feedback. Even when we go back to the United Kingdom, the continuous feedback process continues through e-mail.” There are many song camps available for these producers. Bonnick says song camps in Europe are much more permissive, while S.M. is much clearer in their feedback. Chapman revels in S.M. Entertainment’s leadership. “We prefer this style much more. There is no right answer in producing so we sometimes have disagreements… But we usually have it our way!” Bonnick says the agency’s leadership also aids with the creative process. “What S.M. wanted for Shinee’s next single were keywords like funky, happy and high tempo. We add a little bit of our spice then make a new style. Shinee’s ‘View’ is a song that we suddenly thought of and made after dancing in a club. It became a title song right after we presented it to the agency.” The duo has something of a division of labor going on in their creative process. Chapman is the one that lays out everything in his head, while Bonnick’s job is to “organize what Chapman laid out. I usually write down the melodies while Chapman writes the rap parts, but there is no clear rule of who does what.” LDN Noise first met with their now-frequent collaborators at a song camp held in Sweden in 2014. Before that, they had no interest in K-pop. “A friend that works in Universal Music Group told me about it and I watched one [K-pop] video. It was so distant from the British style of music,” said Bonnick. He picked K-pop’s freedom and liberty as the genre’s main strengths. “Most pop songs follow a set rule: verse, bridge, chorus and repetition. Maybe it’s due to the sheer amount of members in the groups, but there are many more sections than that in K-pop. They break the rules in the process.” Chapman chimed in on Bonnick’s claims, adding that “Shinee’s ‘Married to the Music’ is very experimental. Each chorus is in a different pitch, while each verse is so different from one another.” BY MIN KYUNG-WON [kim.jungkyoon@joongang.co.kr] cr: koreajoongangdaily
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