BTS’s “Not Today” is now the group’s sixth music video to hit 100 million views!
The music video for “Not Today” was released on February 20 of this year, and is off the group’s latest album “You Never Walk Alone.” On June 8 KST, the MV hit 100 million views after 109 days, making it the third fastest K-pop group to reach the milestone (with TWICE’s “TT” and “Knock Knock” in first and second place).
“Not Today” is therefore BTS’s fastest music video to hit 100 million views, with “Blood, Sweat & Tears” as their second fastest after having surpassed the number in 133 days. “Not Today” also holds the record for the fastest K-pop group music video to reach 10 million and 20 million views.
BTS reached their first 100 million view milestone with “Dope” last October, which was followed by “Fire” in January, “Blood, Sweat & Tears” in February, “Boy in Luv” in March, and most recently “Save Me” only a few days ago.
Meanwhile, the group recently released a dance practice video for “Not Today” as part of their “2017 BTS Festa” celebrations for their fourth debut anniversary, which is coming up on June 13.
Congrats, BTS and ARMY!