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TWICE’s MV For ‘Knock Knock’ Breaks Own Record Again With YouTube Views

TWICE's MV For 'Knock Knock' Breaks Own Record Again With YouTube Views

TWICE seems to be the most successful girl group at the moment. Having a strong fan base and consistently coming up with a fresh concept since their debut, they have got some amazing records and received many awards. Recently, they broke their own record again for the views of their new music video, “Knock Knock.” As reported by AllKpop , TWICE has just broken their own record for the number of views of their new MV “Knock Knock.” The views on YouTube previously reached 60 million views in a little over 30 days. For the new song, they reached 60 million views in just a little over 28 days. It was such a big achievement for the group as the views have always been increasing since their first MV for “Ooh Ah.”
Just having a comeback, TWICE has performed on several music shows. They also won first place many times in a row from different music shows. Recently, the girls brought back home their eighth win on music show “Music Bank.” TWICE was the winner for the third week of March by having a total of 6014 points,  Soompi  reported. The girls were beating other groups, like BTOB with “Movie” and GFRIEND with “Fingertip.” TWICE has come so far since their debut. They can conquer music industry in Korea pretty fast with their endless charm. Also, the girls were chosen from survival program “Sixteen” to make them the best trainees among others. Thus, there is no surprise that there are many members of the official fan club, ONCE, out there. The girls’ popularity has increased since they appeared in several commercials. Although they still couldn’t adapt well to variety shows, they never failed to deliver a great performance on stage for their fans. Thus, TWICE has been known widely for their energetic moves on stage. Now that they’re big in Korea, the girls are planning to make their debut in Japan. With this debut, ONCE will always be there to give full support.