The K-pop ninesome earned its best chart position yet on the Billboard 200 this week
If exciting chart moves in both the United States and in South Korea weren't indication enough, Girls' Generation's K-pop comeback has been an internationally-recognize event. While the group's new EP, "4th Mini Album 'Mr. Mr.,'" starts at No. 110 on the Billboard 200 -- the group's highest entry to date -- its lead single "Mr.Mr." is No. 5 on the K-Pop Hot 100 and the best selling new K-pop song on the World Digitial Songs.
"The song has the exciting and powerful melodies that we think characterize Girls' Generation quite well," the group's leader Tae Yeon tells Billboard.
The ninesome brought its Underdogs-produced single to life playing dreamy nurses and surgeons in the accompanying "Mr.Mr." video -- the follow-up to the group's YouTube Music Award-winning video "I Got a Boy."