At home, BLACKPINK's MV has a number of views that are ranked after 2 MVs of BTS. An OST song performed by the actor surprisingly appeared in the top 10.
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December has arrived. This is the month for all segments, including entertainment, to look back on what happened in the past year, most clearly through the metrics. Recently, YouTube announced the top 10 most viewed MVs in all countries. In the world's busiest entertainment market, Kpop, the MVs annually collect countless views from many countries. So at home, what are the most-watched MVs?
In the top 10 most viewed music videos in Korea, there are 8/10 products of Kpop idols. Among them, BTS and BLACKPINK are equal in number of 2 MVs for each group. However, in terms of rankings, BTS is better than BLACKPINK. Specifically, Dynamite of BTS has led the chart. Another name that is supposed to ... flop when looking at the total number of views but is seen a lot in Korea is the MV ON version of Kinetic Manifesto Film. This MV ranks third place on the list.
BLACKPINK is behind another name, Zico. As expected of being the top favorite song in Korea this year, Zico's Any Song ranked 2nd in terms of YouTube views in Korea.
BLACKPINK's 2 MVs, How You Like That and Lovesick Girls, ranked 4th and 9th on the chart, respectively. Despite owning a huge number of views, the main source of views must not come from Korea.
5th place belongs to MV eight - a great combination of digital music queen IU and member of the global group Suga. Therefore, the MV has gained a fair number of views in Korea.
The two impressive names this year are ITZY and Oh My Girl, which also have MV in the top 10. Both WANNABE and Nonstop have good achievements in digital music and YouTube views. While WANNABE reached 6th place, Nonstop closed at 10th place.
7th place belongs to a MV of the "immortal" song that was renewed by Jo Jungsuk's voice. The actor performed the OST version of Aloha himself for the movie Hospital Playlist. This is the most surprising MV when it is not a product from a Kpop idol.