A new single from South Korean girl group TWICE has topped a Japanese music chart for three consecutive days.

The song titled, “Candy Pop,” is the second Japanese-language single from TWICE and it topped the Oricon daily singles chart from Feb. 7 to 9, selling 211,473 copies in total. The single has so far done better than the group’s first Japanese single, “One More Time,” which sold 158,733 during the same period.

TWICE debuted in Japan in June 2017 with the compilation album, "#TWICE," and released, "One More Time," in October of the same year.. Both albums were certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan by selling more than 250,000 copies.