TWICE Members, 2PM's Junho Reveals The Difference of J.Y. Park's Treatment Between TWICE & 2PM on 'Happy Together'
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TWICE Members, 2PM's Junho Reveals The Difference of J.Y. Park's Treatment Between TWICE & 2PM on 'Happy Together'

TWICE’s Sana and Tzuyu and 2PM’s Junho appeared on the May 11 episode of KBS’ “Happy Together”. During the episode, Junho shared how producer Park Jin Young treats TWICE and 2PM members.

As reported by Soompi, TWICE members Sana and Tzuyu discussed about getting a new song from the singer-songwriter Park Jin Young. Park Jin Young, or commonly known as J.Y. Park, produced I.O.I’s “Very Very Very”.

The TWICE members also revealed that Park Jin Young had some aegyo parts in some of their songs. This shocked the host and audience at the studio who could not imagine Park Jin Young doing a cute voice.

TWICE’s Sana also revealed that Park Jin Young would sometimes do aegyo voices to them. Sana said that the producer would even imitate her “sha sha sha” part in TWICE’s hit song “Cheer Up”.

“[He] sometimes even shoots us hearts,” said TWICE’s Sana. However, their 2PM senior Junho became angry (in a joking manner), saying that Park Jin Young treats 2PM oppositely.

Apparently, compared to Park Jin Young’s sweet treatment to TWICE members, the producer would treat 2PM in a salty manner. “To 2PM, he doesn’t shoot hearts at all! He only ever swears at us,” said Junho.

The 2PM member also added that Park Jin Young would always point out that they were bad at singing. However, Junho clarified that this only happened for a brief period.

Meanwhile, TWICE’s Sana and Tzuyu teased some of the choreography for their upcoming comeback. The members also sang few parts of their title track “Signal”.

As reported by All Kpop, TWICE have been continuously teasing the fans for their comeback album “Signal”. The group has already released 2 teaser clips in YouTube, and as well as individual teaser photos of the members.

TWICE’s “Signal” is expected to drop this Monday, May 15. Check out the latest teaser video for “Signal” down below.