BTS ‘Save ME’ MV hit 500 million views… The ninth overall

[Daily Economy Star Today Reporter Park Se-yeon]

The ‘Save ME’ music video of the group BTS broke through 500 million views.

The music video of ‘Save ME’ on BTS’s special album ‘Young Forever’, released in May 2016, exceeded 500 million YouTube views on June 22nd at 1:42 pm.

As a result, ‘Save ME’ became the ninth album that recorded 900 million views on Youtube, following ‘DNA’, ‘Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)’, ‘FAKE LOVE’, ‘FIRE’, ‘MIC Drop’ remix, ‘IDOL’, ‘Dope’, ‘Blood Sweat & Tears’, breaking the record for the largest number of Korean singers.

BTS’s ‘Save ME’ is a song that has emotional vocals and refreshing sound, and their lyrics empathize with ordeals of young people facing the harsh reality.

In addition, the ‘Save ME’ music video was shot using one-take technique to show the performance of BTS. In particular, the members of BTS who sing in the wind against the backdrop of low-lying clouds, showing the atmosphere of a lyrical and sadness.

BTS has a total of 25 music video records exceeding 100 million views. ‘DNA’ 1 billion views, ‘Boy With Luv (Feat. Halsey)’ 800 million views, ‘FAKE LOVE’ 700 million views, ‘FIRE’, ‘MIC Drop’ remix, and ‘IDOL’ 600 million views, ‘Dope’, ‘Blood Sweat & Tears’ 500 million views, ‘Not Today’ 400 million views, ‘Boy In Luv’, ‘Spring Day’ 300 million views, ‘War of Hormone’, ‘I NEED U’, ‘ON’ Kinetic Manifest Film 200 million views, ‘Danger’, ‘ One day’, ‘We are bulletproof PT.2’, ‘RUN’, ‘Serendipity’, ‘Singularity’, ‘No More Dream’, ‘ON’, ‘IDOL (Feat. Nicki Minaj)’ and’Black Swan’ music videos recorded at least 100 million views.

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