TWICE Breaks World Record Of Most MVs With 100 Million Views For A Girl Group

The girls now have 17 videos with over 100 million views.

TWICE continues to break records! This time with their 2019 Japanese single “Breakthrough.”

On May 15th, “Breakthrough” surpassed 100 million views, making TWICE the girl group with the most music videos with over 100 million views in the world. “Breakthrough” happens to be their 17th video to reach this goal.

The girl group has over 100 million views for 14 Korean music videos and 3 Japanese videos. The other songs are as follows: “OOH-AHH,” “I Can’t Stop Me,” “TT” (Korean and Japanese Version), “Likey,” “What is Love?,” “Cheer Up,” “Fancy,” “MORE & MORE,” “Heart Shaker,” “Knock Knock,” “Signal,” “YES or YES,” “Dance the Night Away,” “Feel Special,” and “Candy Pop.” All making 17 videos total. The previous record was held by the 3-member British girl group Little Mix with 16 music videos.


As of May 19, the TWICE music video with the most views is the Korean version of “TT” with 582,960,548 views.

TWICE is currently preparing for their upcoming album Taste of Love, which will be released on June 9 and 11. We can’t wait to see what else they will achieve!

Check out “Breakthrough” below!

Source: Woman Economy News, Newsis, Yonhap News and Image