Netizens Shocked At The Numbers IU’s “Love Wins All” MV With BTS’s V Is Pulling

“Over 100 million views…”

In just a day since its release, IU’s music video for “Love Wins All” featuring BTS’s V is taking the K-Pop world by storm. The numbers are staggering, and they show no signs of slowing down.

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As of now, the video’s popularity is skyrocketing, with achievements that are impressive by any standard. On Weibo, the four-cut photos of IU and V in wedding attire, captured within the confines of a photo booth, have amassed over 100 million views. This speaks volumes about the impact these images have had, capturing the insane chemistry (as netizens put it) between the two stars.

TikTok, the platform known for creating viral sensations, is buzzing with dozens of fan posts, each garnering over 1 million views. These snippets from the music video have become a backdrop for fans to express their adoration, recreate the magic, or simply share their favorite moments. The music video’s influence has extended far beyond its original format, inspiring creativity and engagement among fans.

The music video itself has become a blockbuster, with over 13 million views in less than 24 hours on YouTube. This staggering figure is a testament to the star power of IU and V and the compelling narrative they have woven together through the music video.

An article highlighting IU and V’s undeniable chemistry is currently the #1 Most Viewed article on Naver, boasting 66,000 views. Throughout the day, numerous articles have praised the duo’s exceptional acting skills and are trending on the platform. The public’s response is clear — they are captivated by the duo’s performance.

The fans, always the heartbeat of any release, have expressed that while the music video’s concept and direction are exceptional, it’s the acting performances of IU and V that have truly captivated the audience. Their ability to portray the story’s emotional depth has resonated with viewers around the world.

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Meanwhile, the song itself is breaking records on the South Korean charts. “Love wins all” debuted straight at No. 1 on Melon — a feat only achieved by K-Pop phenom BTS with their track “Yet to Come.” This is no small feat, indicating the song’s immediate impact on the public and its potential to become a long-lasting hit.

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It’s rare for a music video to transcend the typical metrics of views and likes to become a cultural moment, but “Love Wins All” has done just that. IU and V, through their heartfelt performances and the storytelling prowess of the music video, have etched a memory in the minds of millions, proving once again that when it comes to music, love truly does win all.