"Oppa, Oppa," which made its debut while the group was on their "Super Show 4" tour, became an instant hit, prompting a Korean release back in December followed by a Japanese release on April 4.
The album to be released in Taiwan consists of the title track and a song written by Donghae, "First Love."
As well as being well received in Korea, the song also reached the No. 2 spot on the Oricon daily chart in Japan on the day of its release. Due to the popularity of the retro dance song overseas, the duo decided to treat their Taiwanese fans.
The Korean boy band is immensely popular in Taiwan, with its fifth album "Mr. Simple" maintaining the No. 1 spot for 34 consecutive weeks on the Taiwanese music chart KKBOX Chart. Super Junior’s previous album, "Beauty," also did well, as it stayed in the top spot for 63 weeks.
Meanwhile, Super Junior will hold concerts in Indonesia from Friday to Sunday and then in Japan from May 12 to 13.
source: JoongAng Daily
#2 on Oricon daily is not exactly something to brag about...