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There was a happening in which an unidentified video was connected to the YouTube channel of the group Twice.
On the 15th, a music video titled “Cheer Up” was posted on YouTube, which was shown on the site as it was posted on TWICE’s official account.

However, the song in the video is a completely different song from “CHEER UP,” which was introduced by TWICE in 2016.

In addition, the image of a man with a distorted expression is shown throughout the video, giving him a sense of fear.

In the video, there were comments such as “Isn’t the channel hacked,” “JYP seems to have set the password to JYP123,” and “If the new ONCE heard it, they would have been surprised.”

Later, the music in the video was revealed to be the song “Cheer Up” by the singer “The House.” Nor is the TWICE channel hacked, and it is presumed to have been connected to TWICE’s channel due to a system error on YouTube.

TWICE Official YouTube Channel Hacking?...The video of 'Cheer up' of an unidentified man appears

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