10 K-pop MVs that reached 100 million views on YouTube in the quickest time ever


10 K-pop MVs that reached 100 million views on YouTube in the quickest time ever

Any K-pop singer who reaches 100 million YouTube views has accomplished a tremendous feat. Even if it takes a few years or a few days, it is still an impressive accomplishment because not every artist can do it. Several K-pop MVs accomplished it in the quickest time, which is impressive.

Here are the top 10 K-pop music videos in history to reach 100 million YouTube views the quickest; all of them were created in less than a week, and only four acts are represented.


One of the most recognisable K-pop songs is "Gentleman." In reality, this song's music video has received more than one billion views.

On April 13, 2013, PSY's "Gentleman" music video dropped, and in just 2.8 days, it had amassed 100 million views. Up until the release of "LALISA," it was the K-pop solo MV that reached the milestone the fastest.

9. BLACKPINK "Kill This Love" MV

One of the many BLACKPINK music videos on our list is "Kill This Love." The title tune of the quartet's self-titled mini-album is this song.

BLACKPINK's "Kill This Love" music video, which was released on April 4, 2019, racked up 100 million views in just 2.6 days. It has received 1.6 billion views as of right now, making it the group's second viral video.

8. BTS "Life Goes On" MV

One of several BTS music videos on the list is "Life Goes On." The title track for the boy band's "BE" album featured it.

The "Life Goes On" music video by BTS was released on November 20, 2020, at 2 p.m. KST, and in the hours that followed, it received millions of views. In 2.1 days, it eventually reached 100 million views.

7. BTS "Permission to Dance" MV

One of BTS's widely anticipated English songs is "Permission to Dance." It's not surprising that it attracted 100 million views so rapidly.

Just like "Life Goes On," BTS's "Permission to Dance" MV gained 100 million views just 2.1 days after its July 9 at 1 p.m. KST release.


BLACKPINK Lisa's "LALISA," which is the lead song off the Thai rapper's album of the same name, is another K-pop solo MV on our list.

On September 10, 2021, the "LALISA" MV was released, and in just two days, it had amassed 100 million views. It presently has 500 million views, making it the fastest female K-pop solo MV to reach this milestone (nine months, 14 days, 16 hours, and six minutes).

5. BLACKPINK "Ice Cream" (with Selena Gomez) MV

BLACKPINK's duet with American singer Selena Gomez on the song "Ice Cream" is another inclusion. It is considered one of the South Korean girl group's best collaborative releases.

BLACKPINK's "Ice Cream" MV, which was released on August 28 at 1 p.m. KST, only took 1.7 days to hit 100 million views on YouTube. So far, 752 million people have viewed it.

4. BTS "Boy With Luv" (feat. Halsey) MV

One of the K-pop MVs with the fastest 100 million view milestone is "Boy With Luv" by BTS. The septet's sixth EP, "MAP OF THE SOUL: PERSONA," has the song as its lead single.

The "Boy With Luv" MV by BTS was released on April 12, 2019, and in just 1.6 days, it amassed 100 million views. 1.54 billion people have now viewed it.

3. BLACKPINK "How You Like That" MV

"How You Like That" is the final BLACKPINK music video on the list. The fastest female music video to ever reach 100 million views, it is currently ranked No. 3 in the top 10.

BLACKPINK's "How You Like That" MV completed the feat in just 1.4 days after its June 26, 2020 release.

2. BTS "Dynamite" MV

Another one of BTS's well-liked English releases is currently at No. 2. The group's first English single, "Dynamite," was immediately embraced by both fans and non-fans alike.

A little under 24 hours after its release on August 20, 2020, BTS' "Dynamite" MV has amassed 100 million views.

1. BTS "Butter" MV

Last but not least, "Butter," another one of BTS's mega-hit English singles, is necessary for the list to be complete. BTS's "Butter" MV was first made available on May 20, 2021, and it took just 20 hours and 55 minutes for it to reach 100 million views on YouTube.

Not only are these ten music videos the first in the K-pop sector to reach 100 million views, but they are also the first in the entire world.

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