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TWICE and BTS triumph at Apan Music Awards 2020

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TWICE and BTS triumph at Apan Music Awards 2020

TWICE featured as one of the most recognized and successful female groups of the past year. The singers of ‘More & More’ were crowned as the winners of one category at the Apan Music Awards 2020.

Following the success and popularity of the second full-length album of their career, TWICE broke different sales records in different parts of the world and ‘Eyes Wide Open’ made it to the list of the most memorable albums of 2020.

This 2021, a new era for JYP Entertainment‘s girl group will start and they will continue to shine on stages around the world and plan new releases dedicated to ONCE.

On January 24, 2021, the annual Apan Music Awards, an event that recognizes and promotes the best of South Korea’s music, entertainment and arts industry, was held.

During the Apan Music Awards 2020, TWICE and BTS received awards for the most anticipated categories of the night, both K-pop groups racked up another statuette to their list of major achievements.

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Bangtan Sonyeondan registered another merit at the Apan Music Awards 2020, they won two awards, entered the Top 10 Artist list and stood out in the Idol Champ Fans Pick Group mention.

The performers of ‘I Can’t Stop Me’ won the Top 10 Artists category, dedicated to celebrities, singers and rappers who have raised their country’s name globally.

TWICE unfortunately did not attend the ceremony due to scheduling issues, but they sent a video message thanking them for winning the award, the idols were happy for the award and dedicated it to ONCE, the fandom that always supports and encourages them in their activities.

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They revealed that they will work even harder to give comfort and strength to all their fans and people who enjoy TWICE‘s music, and finally, they asked to follow their career closely and give them lots of love.

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