The music video of girl group TWICE's latest song surpassed 200 million views on YouTube on Wednesday.
The song "Heart Shaker," the title track of their compilation album, reached the milestone about seven months after its release in December last year, according to their management agency JYP Entertainment.
"Heart Shaker" became the fifth music video by the group to achieve the feat.
Their trademark song, "TT," became the first music video to get more than 300 million views in December last year.
The music videos for "Cheer Up" and "Like OOH-AHH" reached 200 million views in August and November last year.
Another of their songs, "Likey," also surpassed 200 million views early this year and is expected to reach 300 million views soon.
Last December, TWICE's "TT" garnered more than 300 million clicks on YouTube as of last week.
The video surpassed 200 million views in May after its release in October last year.
They became the first K-pop act to have six music videos attract over 100 million viewers each.
Music videos for their hit songs like "Cheer up" and "Like OOH-AHH" were viewed over 200 million times on YouTube while those for other songs like "Knock Knock," "Signal" and "Likey" were watched 100 million times.
The music video for their recent single "Heart Shaker," which was released early this month, already reached almost 5 million views as of last week.