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BTS's 'Not Today' reaches 400 million views

BTS's music video for "Not Today" (2017) hit 400 million views on Saturday night. [YOUTUBE]

BTS's music video for "Not Today" (2017) hit 400 million views on Saturday night. [YOUTUBE]

Boy band BTS's music video for its 2017 song "Not Today" surpassed 400 million YouTube views on Saturday night, making it the first music group in Korea to hit that threshold on 10 of its music videos.
 
BTS's music video for "Not Today" (2017) hit 400 million views on Saturday night. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

BTS's music video for "Not Today" (2017) hit 400 million views on Saturday night. [BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT]

According to the band's agency Big Hit Entertainment, the music video reached its 400 millionth view at 9:04 p.m., three years after it was uploaded on Feb. 20, 2017. 
 
The song was released on Feb. 13, 2017, as a part of the band's album "You Never Walk Alone," sporting the energy and power similar to what the band displayed in its hits "Fire" (2016) and "Dope" (2015). 
 
The last BTS song to hit 400 million views was "Save Me" (2016), from its 2016 album "Young Forever."
 
So far, 23 BTS music videos have reached 100 million views. The group’s top music videos include “DNA,” which has been viewed 900 million times, “Boy With Luv," “Fire,” “Fake Love,” “MIC Drop,” “Idol," “Dope,” “Blood Sweat & Tears," “Save Me," "Not Today," “Boy In Luv,” “Spring Day,” “War of Hormone,” “I Need U,” “Danger,” “Just One Day,” “We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2,” “Run,” “Serendipity,” “Singularity,” “No More Dream” and “‘On’ Kinetic Manifesto Film: Come Prima."
 
BY YOON SO-YEON   [yoon.soyeon@joongang.co.kr]

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