There have been many more idol groups breaking record for the views on YouTube. After the release of their newest MV, fans go directly to watch it as they have waited for long. Also, fans want to show their support to their idols.
According to AllKpop, there are some groups who reach many views just after a day of its release. Being in the first place was BTS's Not Today with 9.89 million views. In the second place was TWICE's "Knock Knock with 9.85 million views. In the third place was BTS's "Spring Day" with 9.44 million views. In the fourth place was BTS's "Blood, Sweat and Tears" with 6.34 million views. In the fifth place was TWICE's "TT" with 5.97 million views.
It seems that BTS dominates the rank. It is no surprise as there are many ARMYs out there. Also, BTS has set up their game by got recognition from international magazine. Their comeback always satisfies fans around the world. Among the ranks were Bigbang, Girls' Generation, and EXO. The number of views on YouTube seems increasing as fans want to break record to surprise their idols.
Previously, the release of BTS's "Not Today" and TWICE's "Knock Knock" was done at the same time. After the release, both ONCE and ARMY flocked to YouTube to keep watching the video. Thus, the viewers were head to head between both groups. At the end, BTS won the most number viewed after 24 hours of its release, according to Billboard. On YouTube top charts, BTS's Not Today" was at no. 13, while TWICE's "Knock Knock" was at number 14.
The competition is getting fiercer among groups of idols in K-Pop. As the competition rises, fans demand something new and fresh. For some groups doing the same or outdated concept, they soon lose their fans. Some groups even didn't get much respond as they expected, like what happened with AOA's comeback to not really top the chart. Let's see another trend in the future to break YouTube's record again.
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