From announcing their upcoming online concert, TWICE continues to sweeten their fans' summer as the nonet reveals the details of their third Japanese album.

The TWICE queens have announced the much-awaited details of their third Japanese compilation album entitled "#TWICE3." The big announcement's coming was put out by TWICE's home management, JYP Entertainment.

On Thursday (July 16), JYP Entertainment first blurted the big reveal on TWICE's official Japanese fan club site and social media accounts, Hellokpop reported. Alongside the big reveal, a video teaser and several album cover photos were also released.

The album covers showcase the nonet's elegance and beauty through striking a formal pose. TWICE card-carrying members, Tzuyu, Sana, MOMO, Nayeon, Mina, Jihyo, Chaeyoung, Dahyun, and Jeongyeon, adds up to the floral design of the photos while nailing their lustrous and stylish hairstyles. The members dress in coordinated all-white apparel.

"#TWICE3" is due on September 16, which bottles up twelve tracks that include Japanese and Korean categorized versions of their recent songs: "Feel Special," "Fancy," and "MORE & MORE." It also consists of the K-pop idols' all-famous B-side singles, "21:29," "STUCK IN MY HEAD," and "The Best Thing I Never Did." According to UPI, "#TWICE3" gives prominence to a "single of the same name."

The "STUCK IN MY HEAD" track is the girl group's opening song in their just ended world tour TWICELIGHTS. And "21:29" is among the tracklist in their "Feel Special" album in 2019, which reveals the group's sincere and deepest gratitude to their ever-supportive fans, who call themselves ONCEs.

"#TWICE3" is the third installment of the band's #TWICE series.

TWICE partners with Beyond Live for an upcoming online concert

In a previous report, the all-girl K-pop ensemble will grace Beyond Live's stage on August 9 at 3 P.M. KST for an online show that will air via V Live.

Beyond Live is an SM Entertainment-owned online platform that focuses on bringing various artists to perform in a virtual setup. TWICE will be the first K-pop idols not managed by SM Entertainment to partner with Beyond Live.

Check out their coming soon poster below.