New music videos released by K-pop stars such as BTS, BLACKPINK Rosé, SEVENTEEN Hoshi, ASTRO, Red Velvet Wendy, and more were hailed as the "Top Music Videos" in South Korea this week!
On the latest data released by YouTube Chart, the most popular music videos that gained the most views from South Koreans for the 14th week of 2021 were determined.
Based on the data gathered from April 2 to April 8, prominent idols and artists including Lim Young Woong, IU, BTS, Baekhyun, etc. maintained their status in the top 100, while newly released MVs of soloists including Hoshi (SEVENTEEN), Rosé (BLACKPINK) and Wendy (Red Velvet) debuted with high rankings as well.
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BTS "Film Out" Debuted at No. 2 in YouTube Korea + Rosé's "Gone," Hoshi's " Spider" Wendy's "Like Water" Snags Place in the Top 10
BTS "Film Out," which was released on April 2, is already gaining massive popularity both locally and internationally.
On the YouTube Chart, "Film Out" that was launched through Universal Music Japan gained 1.52 million views from South Korea on its first week. The views contributed to the group having the most-watched MV in the world for this week.
According to Forbes, BTS earned over 53.1 million views from various countries around the world from the 2nd to 8th.
Following BTS, Rosé's special released MV for "Gone" made its way on the Top 4, with 820,000 views. As for her debut track, "On the Ground," MV, unfortunately, dropped from 8th place to 15th place, but it still impressively gained 340,000 views in South Korea, maintaining a ranking in the chart on its 4th week.
Trailing behind BTS and Rosé, SEVENTEEN Hoshi and Red Velvet Wendy, who officially cemented themselves as solo artists, debuted in No. 8 and No. 10 with their mixtape and solo album, respectively.
In particular, Hoshi, the main dancer of SEVENTEEN, shared his versatility in his solo mixtape, "Spider," which was released through his active participation in songwriting.
As for Wendy, the main vocalist of the group Red Velvet graced fans with her soothing and comforting vocals through her double-title track, "Like Water."
K-pop groups and their new MVs such as ASTRO's "One" (#11), STAYC's "ASAP" (#51), WSJN's "Unnatural" (#55), and more also debuted in YouTube Korea's "Top Music Videos."
IU's "Eight" and Oh My Girl's "NONSTOP" Remain as Longest-Charting MVs + Baekhyun Maintained Spot at No. 5
On the other hand, IU proved her impact and influence in Korea as several of her MVs dominated the rankings. Her MV for "LILAC" ranked at No. 3, followed by "Celebrity (#6) and Coin (#7).
The popular singer also holds the longest-charting MVs along with Oh My Girl. In particular, IU's live concert clip for "Blueming"(#18) sits in the rankings for 40 weeks, "Eight" (ft. Suga) (#26) for 49 weeks, while Oh My Girl's "NONSTOP" which currently w
ranked at No. 39 has been charting for 50 weeks.
As for EXO Baekhyun, he maintained his spot at No. 5 for 2 weeks with 621,000 views on YouTube Korea.
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Written by Eunice Dawson