BTS, PSY, and More: These are the Most Viewed Music Videos by Male K-Pop Artists in March 2021

K-Pop Radar, an avenue that shows the social media growth of K-pop idols and groups, has updated their monthly chart on Apr. 1, 12 MN KST, to reflect the data for Mar. 2021.

Want to know which music videos by male K-pop artists gained the most views that month? Then keep on reading!

BTS's "Dynamite" is the Most Viewed Music Video on Youtube by a K-Pop Boy Group in March 2021

Occupying the first place spot is BTS for their "Dynamite" music video. The "Dynamite" music video was released on Aug. 21, 2020. In Mar. 2021, the music video garnered 88,617,516 new views, bringing its end of the month total view count to 968,450,031 views.

The music video for "Dynamite" has broken numerous records. During its premiere, "Dynamite" garnered over 3 million peak concurrent viewers, making "Dynamite" the biggest music video premiere on YouTube. "Dynamite' is the fastest video to surpass 10 million views, doing so in 20 minutes. "Dynamite" is also the most viewed YouTube video within the first 24 hours, amassing 101.million views.

The "Dynamite" music video is the fastest music video to surpass the 200 million views mark, doing so in just four days and twelve hours. It is also the fastest music video to surpass 400 million views, doing so 35 days after its release.

"Dynamite" is the fastest music video by an Asian act to surpass 500 million views, doing so a mere 59 days after its release. "Dynamite" is the fastest music video by a K-pop group to surpass 800 and 900 million views.

PSY's "Gangnam Style" is the Most Viewed Music Video on YouTube by a Male K-Pop Soloist in March 2021

Sitting in second place is PSY's music video for "Gangnam Style." The music video for "Gangnam Style" was released on Jul. 15, 2012. In Mar. 2021, "Gangnam Style" garnered 34,187,277 new YouTube views. By the end of the month, the "Gangnam Style" music video's total view count was reported to be 4,025,862,744 views.

As of Jan. 2021, the music video for "Gangnam Style" is the eighth-most viewed video on YouTube, having surpassed 4 billion views. "Gangnam Style" first surpassed one billion views in Dec. 2012.

These are the Top 30 Most Viewed Music Videos on YouTube by Male K-Pop Artists in March 2021

1. BTS - "Dynamite (86,617,516 gained)

2. PSY - "Gangnam Style" (34,187,277 gained)

3. BTS - "Boy With Luv (feat. Halsey)" (33,439,113 gained)

4. BTS - "Life Goes On (25,360,482 gained)

5. BTS - "MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix) (feat. Desiigner)" (24,547,926 gained)

6. PENTAGON - "DO or NOT" (24,050,720 gained)

7. BTS - "DNA" (22,860,893 gained)

8. BTS - "IDOL" (22,434,918 gained)

9. ATEEZ - "I'm The One" (21,703,413 gained)

10. BTS - "FAKE LOVE" (19,576,619 gained)

11. Super Junior - "House Party" (18,486,728 gained)

12. iKON - "Why Why Why" (17,786,421 gained)

13. VERIVERY - "Get Away" (15,598,559 gained)

14. MIRAE - "KILLA" (15,144,460 gained)

15. Stray Kids - "God's Menu" (14,106,834 gained)

16. WOODZ - "FEEL LIKE" (13,541,057 gained)

17. SHINee - "Don't Call Me" (13,435,210 gained)

18. BTS - "Black Swan" (13,395,659 gained)

19. Agust D - "Daechwita" (13,313,142 gained)

20. BTS - "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" (13,193,679 gained)

21. GHOST9 - "SEOUL" (13,027,972 gained)

22. Stray Kids - "Back Door" (12,628,142 gained)

23. EXO - "Love Shot" (12,558,159 gained)

24. NCT U - "Make a Wish (Birthday Song)" (10,520,019 gained)

25. Lim Young Woong - "My Starry Love" (10,371,383 gained)

26. TXT - "Can't You See Me?" (9,846,591 gained)

27. BIGBANG - "BANG BANG BANG" (9,840,031 gained)

28. KAI - "Mmmh" (9,812,444 gained)

29. CIX - "CInema" (9,545,304 gained)

30. BTS - "Spring Day" (9,087,130 gained)

Did your favorite music video by a male K-pop artist make it to top 30? Tell us in the comments!

ALSO READ: BTS, Stray Kids, and More: These are the Male K-Pop Artists That Gained the Most YouTube Subscribers in March 2021

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Written by Alexa Lewis

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