You can’t stop TWICE from making girl group history. From iconic songs to strong fandom power, you can always count on them to break countless K-pop records.
Korean girl group TWICE has set the world record for girl groups with the most number of music videos to hit over 100 million views. The group now holds the title after the music video of their Japanese track Breakthrough reached over 100 million views, their 17th music video to do so.
The previous record belonged to the British group Little Mix with 16 music videos.
— TWICE JAPAN OFFICIAL (@JYPETWICE_JAPAN) May 18, 2021
As of this writing, TWICE’s music videos with over 100 million views include I Can’t Stop Me, More and More, Feel Special, Breakthrough, Fancy, Yes or Yes, Dance the Night Away, What is Love?, Candy Pop, Heart Shaker, Likey, TT (Japanese ver.), Signal, Knock Knock, TT, Cheer Up, and Like OOH-AHH.
TWICE was formed by JYP Entertainment through the reality show Sixteen. The group is composed of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu.
The girl group is slated to release their 10th mini album Taste of Love on June 9 and June 11. It’s anticipated to be a full group comeback after Jeongyeon went on hiatus in October 2020.
Congratulations to TWICE for breaking another record!