BDZ (Korean ver.) by Twice

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“BDZ (Korean Ver.)”

Artist Twice
Album / Mini-album Yes or Yes
Release Date November 5, 2018
Length 3:17
Label JYP Entertainment
Songwriter J.Y. Park “The Asiansoul”
Composer J.Y. Park “The Asiansoul”
Genre K-pop

 

Being one of the most popular girl groups from South Korea made Twice spread their wings outside of Korea. As one of the closest countries to Korea, Twice made their debut in Japan in 2017. One of the songs that they released for the Japanese single is titled BDZ.

Besides the Japanese version, this song also has a Korean version that was released on November 5, 2018, as the 7th and final track for Twice’s 6th Korean extended play, Yes or Yes, by JYP Entertainment. For further information related to this song, continue reading this article.

Here is the full audio version of Twice’s “BDZ (Korean Ver.)” that is uploaded on Twice’s official YouTube account:

Background of “BDZ (Korean Ver.)”

After releasing “BDZ” as a Japanese single on September 12, 2018, two months later, Twice made another comeback in Korea and released the Korean version. The song was set as the 7th and final track on the 6th extended play, Yes or Yes. The full song was officially released on various platforms on November 5, 2018.

Twice also performed and promoted this song during their comeback showcase for the EP on various Korean music shows.

Here are some of the photo teasers from Twice’s 6th extended play called Yes or Yes which includes “BDZ (Korean Ver.).”

The Group Photo Teaser

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Nayeon

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Jeongyeon

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Momo

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Sana

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Jihyo

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Mina

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Dahyun

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Chaeyoung

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Tzuyu

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Story of “BDZ (Korean Ver.)”

Just like Twice’s previous songs, J.Y. Park “The Asiansoul” was in charge both for writing the lyrics and composing the music of “BDZ.” The arrangement was done by J.Y. Park “The Asiansoul” and Lee Hae-sol.

“BDZ” is an abbreviation for “bulldozer,” and through the lyrics, Twice wants to show the power they have is as strong as a bulldozer that will make them keep moving forward and pushing away all the obstacles that come to them. It conveys feelings of strength and starting anew.

J.Y. Park “The Asiansoul” also said that this song was made both for Twice and the fans to sing and enjoy together.

MV of “BDZ (Korean Ver.)”

“BDZ (Korean Ver.)” does not have an official MV as it is just an additional version of the Japanese one that is included in Twice’s 6th extended play Yes or Yes. But, if you still want to watch the MV, you can watch the Japanese version.

Here is the full MV of “BDZ” (Japanese ver.) by Twice that is uploaded on Twice Japan’s official YouTube channel:

Here are the lyrics of “BDZ (Korean Ver.)” by Twice:

“BDZ (Korean Ver.)” Performance

Twice had promoted “BDZ (Korean Ver.)” on various Korean music shows. If you want to watch the live performance videos of the song, we have the list for you.

“BDZ (Korean Ver.)” by Twice, Live Stage on KBS’ Music Bank

Live Stage on MBC’s Show Music Core

Live Concert Stage (Twicelights in Seoul)

Live Stage in the Golden Disc Awards

Live Stage on Mnet’s MCountdown

Live Stage on Show Champion

“BDZ (Korean Ver.)” Achievements

Thanks to the good promotions that Twice did during their comeback for the 6th extended play Yes or Yes which includes “BDZ (Korean Ver.)” as the 7th and final track, the song achieved many things on the charts.

Here are the details of “BDZ (Korean Ver.):”

Song Charts

Chart Date Peak Position
Line Music Top 100 November 5, 2018 2
Bugs November 5, 2018 6
Genie November 5, 2018 23
Soribada November 5, 2018 31
MelOn November 5, 2018 60
Naver November 5, 2018 43
Spotify November 6, 2018 Streams (83,849)
Naver TV Top 100 November 8, 2018 3
Gaon Download Chart November 15, 2018 21