TWICE becomes first Korean group to notch 100 million YouTube views for debut song
Having only been a year since they made their debut, the girls of TWICE are proving themselves to be one of Korea's biggest stars, topping charts and even becoming the first K-pop group in history to reach 100 million views on YouTube for a debut single.
In only 388 days since being uploaded, "Like OOH-AHH" garnered 100 million views on YouTube, something that has never been done before by an act in South Korea. With how popular K-pop has become around the world, that is quite a feat. A lot of musical acts and entertainers take years to establish themselves, but TWICE has found fame and success seemingly overnight. The video for another single, "Cheer Up," is also on its way to 100 million views, currently with over 99.5 million. And that is in just a little over six months! With the way things are looking now, there's nothing stopping TWICE from becoming a K-pop supergroup. Just last year, these girls from South Korea, Japan and Taiwan were all competing on the reality show Sixteen. Now, they're setting records left and right.
If you haven't already, check out the videos for "Like OOH-AHH" and "Cheer Up" below. They've both already been viewed over 200 million times. Insane!