TWICE Members Helped Jihyo's Knees By Changing Choreography: TWICE's 'Signal' Suffers Negative Reviews From Fans, Netizens
TWICE members showed their compassion for member Jihyo. In their recent promotions, TWICE members changed their choreography for Jihyo’s injured knees.
As reported by All Kpop, TWICE members changed their choreography steps in their recent promotions. This is to help not worsen Jihyo’s already injured knee.
TWICE members reportedly changed the choreography parts of “Knock Knock”, “Cheer Up”, and “TT” where they were required to kneel and then stand up immediately. To help Jihyo, TWICE members removed the kneeling down parts of the choreography and they would just stand still instead.
In March, TWICE’s Jihyo injured her knee which made her stop doing promotions for the group for a while. JYP Entertainment explained that the doctors have found something wrong with her knees, which was never revealed what.
Fortunately, Jihyo was still able to continue with the group’s “TWICELAND” tour in Thailand and Singapore recently. TWICE members just love each other.
In other news, TWICE freshly released their comeback album “Signal” on Monday, May 15. The music video for their title track “Signal” was also released on the same day at 6 P.M. KST.
Unfortunately, TWICE’s “Signal” has garnered negative views from netizens and even their fandom ONCE.
As reported by Koogle TV, some netizens and fans in the online community do not like TWICE’s latest album “Signal”. According to the netizens’ comments, the song “sucks” which is a huge disappointment to them. Out of 19,000 reviews, TWICE’s “Signal” achieved a low rating of 2.5 percent on Melon.
This is despite the fact that TWICE’s “Signal” achieved an all-kill status in just a few hours after it released. The song ranked No. 1 on numerous music charts in Korea.
TWICE’s music video for “Signal” has also achieved more than 450,000 views on YouTube since it was released. As of this writing, the music video has already achieved more than 7.8 million views – an amazing feat considering the fact that it was released in less than 24 hours.
Hopefully though, TWICE gets better ratings and reviews as the week progresses. Meanwhile, watch TWICE’s MV for “Signal” down below.