Most Viewed K-Pop Videos in America, Around the World: May 2016

Courtesy of BigHit Entertainment


BTS' new Young Forever album already broke records on the Billboard 200 chart and now its accompanying music videos are ruling YouTube.

The boy band saw their new videos for "Fire" and "Save Me" take the No. 1 and 2 spot, respectively, on May's stateside and international list of the the Top 10 most-viewed K-pop videos on YouTube. BTS is once again proving how they're a force to be reckoned with on the K-pop scene as last month's top-viewed videos are typically from acts from larger record labels supporting them.

Other acts making splashes on both charts include Girls' Generation member Tiffany with her debut solo single "I Just Wanna Dance" at No. 3 on both charts. Meanwhile, Akdong Musician see both of their comeback videos for "How People Move" and "Re-Bye" bow on both charts. Trendy girl groups AOA and I.O.I along with R&B singer Crush, also land on both the U.S. and global charts.

With data provided by YouTube, check out May 2016's K-pop music video charts below with a playlist that you can click through to watch each video. It's here on Billboard first:

Most Viewed K-Pop Videos in America -- May 2016:

1. BTS, "Fire"
2. BTS, "Save Me"
3. Tiffany, "I Just Wanna Dance"
4. Akdong Musician, "How People Move"
5. Akdong Musician, "Re-Bye"
6. AOA, "Good Luck"
7. I.O.I, "Dream Girls"
8. Crush, "Woo Ah"
9. Monsta X, "All In"
10. R3hab x f(Amber + Luna), "Wave"

Most Viewed K-Pop Videos Around the World -- May 2016:

1. BTS, "Fire"
2. BTS, "Save Me"
3. Tiffany, "I Just Wanna Dance"
4. I.O.I, "Dream Girls"
4. Akdong Musician, "Re-Bye"
5. Akdong Musician, "How People Move"
6. AOA, "Good Luck"
8. Crush, "Woo Ah"
9. iKON, "#WYD"
10. Baek A Yeon, "So-So"


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