Twice Dances To A Quicker Edition Of Cheer Up

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American K-Pop Group EXP Edition Savagely Roasted By Asians
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American K-Pop Group EXP Edition Savagely Roasted By Asians

EXP Edition, a K-pop group that consists of Americans, is taking the world by storm in the most unconventional way, as they are taking in a ton of criticisms from K-pop fans all over the world. It is because of the fact that EXP Edition is the first non-Korean K-pop boy band, as they are composed of Americans.

According to Inquisitr, the K-pop community has frankly denied the group of any support, especially that its upcoming music debut is nearing. One of the reasons why a lot of people hate EXP Edition is because of the alleged whitewashing of the K-pop industry.

Presidential Candidates Cover TWICEs Cheer Up For Their 2017 Campaign Song
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Presidential Candidates Cover TWICEs Cheer Up For Their 2017 Campaign Song

Koreas opposing presidential candidates, Moon Jae In and Yoo Seung Min, both chose TWICEs Cheer Up to be their representative song for the upcoming election.

Following former President Park Geun Hyes impeachment last month, Koreas Democratic presidential nominee Moon Jae In, and Bareun Party presidential nominee Yoo Seung Min, chose TWICEs Cheer Up to be the campaign song of both parties.

The song was chosen by the two political opponents because it portrays a friendly image and is popular with all age groups, and thus was believed to be a great way to encourage voters to vote for them.

American K-Pop group EXP Edition surprise all by perfecting Super Junior's 'U' on 'I Can See Your Voice 4'
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American K-Pop group EXP Edition surprise all by perfecting Super Junior's 'U' on 'I Can See Your Voice 4'

All American K-Pop group EXP Edition shocked all the viewers with their incredible performance of Super Junior's ''U'' on 'I Can See Your Voice 4'.

On the show, the panelists must guess if contestants are talented singers or tone-deaf based on clues. During the April 20 broadcast, EXP Edition made an appearance. The panelists had to find out if they're an all-American K-Pop group from New York that's preparing for debut or just a cover dance group. 

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Watch: American K-Pop Group EXP EDITION Impresses With Cover Of Super Juniors U
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Watch: American K-Pop Group EXP EDITION Impresses With Cover Of Super Juniors U

American K-pop boy band EXP EDITION has made its Korean television debut.

The April 20 broadcast of Mnets I Can Hear Your Voice was a Super Junior special.

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Four American men from New York stole the show when Super Junior members were asked to guess whether they looked like New Yorkers who wanted came to Korea to debut there, or if they looked like a K-pop dance cover group who cant sing. Super Junior guessed that they couldnt sing, however, they proved them wrong with a strong performance of Super Juniors U.

TWICE's 'Cheer Up' stays in the Melon Top 100 chart for a full year
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TWICE's 'Cheer Up' stays in the Melon Top 100 chart for a full year

TWICE's "Cheer Up" has stayed in MelOn's 'Top 100' chart for a full year.

The girls released the song on April 25th last year. It's still #80 on the chart and has been ranking inside the chart for the past 52 weeks. The song had stayed #1 for four weeks, stayed in the TOP 10 for seventeen weeks, and ranked #1 on the yearly chart in 2016.

SEE ALSO: JYPE addresses rumors that TWICE's comeback promotions will be limited

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