2022 is the year of BTS ‘K-Pop Radar’ year-end settlement

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Group BTS showed unrivaled strength in the year-end settlement music video category.

The K-pop chart program ‘K-pop Radar’ announced the year-end results of the music video division on December 30. This result was counted based on the cumulative number of views of official music videos of domestic artists released from January 1 to December 15, 2022.

First, in the category of ‘2022 Music Video Comprehensive TOP 10’, as BTS is being evaluated as a ‘global super idol,’ the K-Pop Radar’s year-end settlement results also revealed a significant influence.

First of all, Psy’s ‘That (prod. & feat. SUGA of BTS)’, in which Suga participated, took first place with an overwhelming number of views, recording close to 380 million views. Moreover, it draws attention because it widened the gap with Blackpink’s ‘Shut Down,’ which ranked second by more than 100 million views. Also, BTS’ ‘Yet To Come’ was ranked at 3.

Then, girl groups such as Blackpink, Ive, Kepler, (G)I-DLE, Twice, and Aespa occupied most of the rankings, realizing the year 2022, when it was a ‘girl group world.’

In the following category of the ‘2022 Music Video Solo TOP 10’, BTS showed strength as a whole group and in their solo activities. Psy’s ‘That That (prod. & feat. SUGA of BTS)’ featuring Suga took first place, followed by Jin’s ‘The Astronaut’ with 52 million views, J-Hope’s ‘ Arson’ ranked 8th with 39 million views, and Crush’s ‘Rush Hour,’ in collaboration with J-Hope, ranked 9th with 36 million views.

Next, in the category of ‘2022 Music Video Boy Group TOP 10′, BTS’ ‘Old To Come’ firmly maintained first place with an overwhelming score of about 170 million views. Next, Seventeen’s “HOT” with 94 million views, and NCT 127’s “2 Baddies” took second and third place with 85 million views, respectively.

Among them, the music video for “Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter,” a new song released by BIGBANG in about four years, recorded 77 million views and came in 4th, realizing their continued popularity and influence.

Lastly, in the category of ‘2022 Music Video Girl Group TOP 10’, BLACKPINK, writing a new history for K-pop girl groups, took the unrivaled No.

In addition, Ive’s ‘After LIKE’ recorded 146 million views and settled in second place. It is all the more noteworthy in that it is an achievement achieved by beating out prominent senior girl groups by showing super-fast growth in just one year since her debut.

Meanwhile, all sections of the 2022 K-Pop Radar year-end settlement can be found on the K-Pop Radar official website, Twitter, and Instagram.

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