TWICE's 2017 song 'Heart Shaker' surpasses 200 mln YouTube views
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SEOUL, July 12 (Yonhap) -- K-pop girl band TWICE's 2017 single "Heart Shaker" surpassed the 200 million view mark on YouTube, becoming the group's fifth song to achieve the feat, their management agency said Thursday.
The music video of "Heart Shaker," released in December, garnered more than 200 million hits on the biggest video-sharing site as of 8 p.m. on Wednesday, JYP Entertainment said.
Including the new song, TWICE now has five singles whose YouTube viewership has surpassed the 200 million threshold, the agency said.
In December, TWICE's 2016 release "TT" made history after garnering more than 300 million hits on YouTube. It was the first time a music video by a K-pop female-only act achieved the feat.
Three other TWICE songs -- "Cheer Up," "Ooh-ahh" and "Likey" -- exceeded the 200 million mark in August and November last year and March this year, respectively.
Earlier this week, the girl band dropped its latest EP "Summer Nights," whose lead track "Dance the Night Away" took local music charts by storm immediately after its release.
This image provided by JYP Entertainment marks the feat of the TWICE song "Heart Shaker" surpassing the threshold of 200 million YouTube views. (Yonhap)