Twice just dropped the second episode for Time to Twice and the Chocolate Factory. The latest episode features more challenges and penalties for the girls. The three groups faced a lot of obstacles during the first episode but it just got even more challenging in the second episode.
Time To Twice Episode 2 Features More Penalties for the Girls
Twice recently released the second episode for their reality game show Time to Twice and the Chocolate Factory on YouTube. The second episode starts off with the groups of Jihyo, Nayeon, and Tzuyu trying out the mystery box challenge, where they try to guess what's inside the box without looking.
However, Jihyo started panicking and crying during her turn while her teammates burst out of laughter. Fortunately, the group succeeded with the tasks, making them earn a piece of the Golden Ticket. Meanwhile, the duo of Momo and Dahyun continues to face tons of penalties.
On the other hand, Sana, Mina, and Chaeyoung have been dominating the game. They succeeded in most of their tasks and also managed to grab several shield tickets to protect them from penalties.
Time To Twice Episdoe 3 Teaser Puts the Girls in a Different Room With New Challenges
While the girls are busy with their tasks, a mysterious voice was suddenly heard throughout the room. The mysterious voice asked the girls to leave the room and proceed to the next area. Several clips of the girls doing new challenges were then teased.
The first clip that was shown was Jihyo and Momo doing a sack race. After that, the two ended up blowing flour to get a small object buried under it.
Twice Teases New Japanese Comeback Single
It's no secret that Twice is one of the most popular K-pop girl groups today. The group is also known for its Japanese songs. Now, Twice just teased their new single for their Japanese comeback called Kura Kura, which is set to release on May 12, 2021.
Apparently, Twice has three Japanese members – Sana, Momo, and Mina. The trio is often called the J-Line of Twice. Aside from that, the trio is also one of the main reasons why Twice is insanely popular in Japan.
Kura Kura is the 8th single of Twice. The group released their seventh Japanese single called BETTER last year. It also received over 27 million views on YouTube, showing how popular Twice is in Japan.
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