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10 Million Views of MV Just in First Half of 2012, 'Big Bang-TaeTiSeo (SNSD)-f(x)'

By Staff Writer | June 20, 2012 10:48 AM EDT

10 Million Views of MV Just in First Half of 2012, 'Big Bang-TaeTiSeo-f(x)'
10 Million Views of MV Just in First Half of 2012, 'Big Bang-TaeTiSeo-f(x)' (Photo : .)

The group Big Bang has officially become the most viewed K-Pop group online. Girls' Generation's TaeTiSeo followed close and f(x) after them.

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Big Bang's popularity is already beyond imagination. Just from the record on the morning of June 20, both "Fantastic Baby" and "Blue" videos from their 5th mini album each received over 23 million views, and "Bad Boy" and "Monster," outstanding 10 million views. All the 4 videos were released within the first half of year 2012, and all easily surpassing the 10 million online viewing.

Much love is also shown to Girls’ Generation. The unit group TaeTiSeo, formed of Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun also far exceeded the 10 million online viewing, with their song "Twinkle" receiving the total of 18.4 million views.

The youngsters’ f(x) now joins this category of over 10 million viewing. With strong individuality and rather intoxicating electric music, f(x)'s popularity has been proven when their "Electric Shock" video exceeded 10 million views only within 6 days of release on June 12.

Other girl groups that are on the rise of online viewing include SISTAR, 4minute, and Wonder Girls.

Tagged :  Big Bang, TaeTiSeo, f(x)

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