Super Junior's "Mr. Simple" music video surpasses 100 million views on YouTube
Super Junior goes viral! The popular idol boy band's 2011 hit single "Mr. Simple" finally broke into the millionaires' club on YouTube. Top American recording artists like Taylor Swift and Beyonce are used to nine figures in views, and now K-pop idols are basking in the outpouring of fan love as well. Besides global sensation Psy, who surpassed 2 billion views for "Gangnam Style" and Big Bang's popular "Fantastic Baby" video, their fellow labelmate Girls Generation also shares the spotlight with over 100 million views for four of their videos ("The Boys," "Mr. Taxi," "I Got A Boy," and "Gee") earlier this year.
Watch the catchy music video putting SuJu in the spotlight once again:
Congratulations to Super Junior! Their hard work over the past decade is really paying off. They know how to maintain their popularity despite member departures and military duties.
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