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Introducing TWICE’s Ballads / R&Bs / Laid-Back, Tear-Jerking, Warm Songs ! | K-Pop

In recent years, TWICE members has become more and more mature. So laid-back, tear-jerking, warm songs are becoming more and more suitable for them. TWICE is an international K-pop girl group, consisting of five Koreans (Chaeyoung, Dahyun, Jeongyeon, Jihyo, and Nayeon), three Japanese (Mina, Momo, and Sana), and one Taiwanese (Tzuyu). They have become popular not only in Asia but also in the United States and other Western countries. We have carefully selected TWICE’s ballads and R&B tunes. Please take a look at our comments and find your favorite songs!

1. TWICE “Feel Special”

The R&B version of TWICE’s hit song “Feel Special.” This song is so good that it makes me want to cry. The cover song by their producer, J. Y. Park is also fascinating. Listen to and compare those two versions.


This song is from TWICE’s second album. It’s much more mature and serious than TWICE’s previous songs. We can feel their sort of determination to move to a new stage. The pounding bass and sharp hi-hat add tension to this song and make it more dramatic.

3. TWICE “The Best Thing I Ever Did”

A music video to watch in winter. It looks cold, but it’s warm. The music is relaxing, but it’s not boring at all.


A song from the superb album “Twicetagram.” It’s relaxed, yet cute and fresh. The magical charm of TWICE shines through, thanks to its sense of balance.


In the middle of this song, the members tell us that we are special. Listen to it to calm down when getting anxious! The intonation of the chorus is calm, but not too monotonous.


The TWICE members’ performance featured the exotic backing and their vocal performances. They became more mature and confident in their vocals. Still, they are fresh and pure! It’s a hidden masterpiece that introduces the new TWICE—you’ll want to listen to it again and again!

Surprisingly, TWICE has not sung many laid-back songs until now. The members are getting more and more mature. So, it’s sure they’ll produce classic ballads soon.

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