Kpop continues to take over the international charts.
The hit group Girls' Generation is on the way to dominating the Japanese Oricon daily single chart with the bands' fifth single in the country.
On September 24 the band wore their cheerleader outfits as they performed a Japanese version of their hit single during Fuji TV's "Hey Hey Hey" where they also sung "Mr. Taxi" and the new ballad "All My Love is for You."
The band's single wasn't the only thing that dominated as their DVD "Girls' Generation Complete Video Collection" also topped the daily DVD chart in Japan.
The band released the song in Korea in January 2010 and the album was released in Japan on Wednesday. The group is continuing to promote their album through October.
Meanwhile, it would be interesting to see how Girls Generations continues to try to break into the U.S. market. In February, Girl's Generation appeared on "Live with Kelly" where they performed their hit "The Boys" to much fanfare.
Fellow K-pop star Psy has already found success in the U.S. with appearances on everything from the "Today" show to "Saturday Night Live."
The South Korean rapper has made it big around the world with his catchy hit "Gangnam Style" which is currently taking over the American charts. The song is the top downloaded song this week, according to Billboard.com and it's currently number two on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, right behind Maroon 5.
This week Psy announced that he will perform topless if he tops the charts, saying: "If it ranks number one in the Billboard chart, then I will perform 'Gangnam Style' topless in a place where everyone can watch."