As K-Pop becomes more popular worldwide, views on K-Pop music videos have been skyrocketing. Gone are the days where it’s unusual for a Korean pop song to get hundreds of millions of views, now that the genre is more mainstream and loved by so many around the globe.  Here’s a look back at the current 30 K-Pop music videos with the most views on YouTube.

30. TWICE’s “Like OOH AHH” (2015) – 345.4 million

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29. TWICE’s “What Is Love?” (2018) – 369.3 million

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28. iKON’s “Love Scenario” (2018) – 375 million

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27. TWICE’s “Cheer Up” (2016) – 375.8 million

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26. BTS’s “Not Today” (2017) – 387.3 million

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25. MOMOLAND’s “Bboom Bboom” (2018) – 410.2 million

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24. Jennie’s “Solo” (2018) – 424.9 million

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23. BIGBANG’s “Fantastic Baby” (2012) – 431 million

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22. BIGBANG’s “BANG BANG BANG” (2015) – 432 million

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21. TWICE’s “Likey” (2017) – 434.9 million

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20. BLACKPINK’s “Whistle” (2016) – 463.1 million

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19. BTS’s “Save Me” (2016) – 474.1 million

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18. PSY’s “Daddy” (ft. CL) (2015) – 475.2 million

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17. BLACKPINK’s “Playing with Fire” (2016) – 480.8 million

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16. TWICE’s “TT” (2016) – 506.2 million

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15. BTS’s “Blood Sweat & Tears” (2016) – 547.3 million

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14. BTS’s “Dope” (2015) – 579.4 million

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13. BTS’s “Idol” (2018) – 623.9 million

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12. BTS’s “Mic Drop” (Steve Aoki Remix) (2017) – 627.5 million

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11. BTS’s “Fake Love” (2018) – 659.3 million

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10. BTS’s “Fire” (2016) – 680.7 million

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9. BTS’s “Boy With Luv” (ft. Halsey) (2019) – 710.5 million

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8. BLACKPINK’s “As If It’s Your Last” (2017) – 750.1 million

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7. BLACKPINK’s “Kill This Love” (2019) – 752.6 million

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6. Psy’s “Gangnam Style” (ft. HyunA) (2012) – 757.6 million

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5. BLACKPINK’s “Boombayah” (2016) – 803.8 million

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4. BTS’s “DNA” (2017) – 932.4 million

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3. BLACKPINK’s “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (2018) – 1.083 billion

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2. Psy’s “Gentleman” (2013)  – 1.293 billion

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1. Psy’s “Gangnam Style” (2012) – 3.532 billion

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