YouTube continues to be a terrain of conquest for the world of K-Pop bands, which break record after record thanks to an incredibly large fan base scattered across the 4 corners of the planet.
In fact, K-Pop cannot be considered a phenomenon limited to South Korea and the latest YouTube data seem to confirm this, given that it was the new BTS music video Dynamite to record an unprecedented result: the movie was the first on the platform to exceed 100 million views (101.1 million to be precise) within 24 hours after publication.
The figure allows BTS to override the already impressive result obtained last June by Blackpink (who stopped at only 82.4 million) and become a part of YouTube history. In addition to the 24-hour record, the video had over 3 million viewers connected live for the premiere, ranking first in this respect too.
We remind you that YouTube stopped counting the views resulting from paid advertisements during the first 24 hours, so the shared data is not inflated from any sponsorships: it is in effect over 100 million real spectators.
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