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BTS’ MV “Save ME” hits 400 million views on YouTube

Around 9:42 (KST) June 20, MV “Save ME” on BTS‘s “Young Forever” special album released in May 2016 has reached 400 million views on YouTube. Thus, BTS had its 8th MV to reach 400 million views after DNA MV with 700 million views, Fire, FAKE LOVE, MIC Drop remix with 500 million views and “Dope” , “Blood Sweats & Tears”, “IDOL” with more than 400 million views. With the achievement of being the Korean artist with most MVs of 400 million views, the BTS broke its own record, which was established in March with “IDOL”.

“Save ME” aroused public sympathy for the lyrics of young people who are struggling in the old miserable reality, receiving so passionate reactions from its launch until now.

The MV transmits a melancholy and lyrical atmosphere by showing the image of the members singing in the breeze in the background of low clouds. In particular, BTS’s performance was excellent with the one-take filming technique.

In addition, the BTS also has MVs that exceed 300 million views, “Not Today,” “Boy With Luv,” MVs of 200 million “Boy In Luv”, “Spring Day” and “Danger”, “I Need U “,” War of Hormone “,” Just One Day “,” We Are Bulletproof Pt.2 “,” Run “,” Serendipity” and “Singularity” reaching 100 million views.

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