Another day, another record broken by the popular girl group TWICE.
In the past week, “Like OOH-AHH” became the first K-pop debut song to reach 100 million views on YouTube, and TWICE’s latest music video for “TT” hit 50 million views, breaking multiple records in the process. Now the girls are back at it again with more accomplishments through their second comeback track “CHEER UP.”
According to the November 17 update of the Gaon Charts, TWICE’s “CHEER UP” has surpassed the 100 million streaming mark, accumulating 100.7 million listens on streaming services since the song was released on April 25.
The music video for “CHEER UP” also surpassed 100 million views this morning, breaking the record for reaching 100 million views in the shortest amount of time for a K-pop music video. TWICE’s third mini-album has also sold over 200 thousand copies since it was released on October 24.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, here is TWICE’s “CHEER UP” music video. Congratulations to TWICE!