BTS have achieved huge success with their latest release Love Yourself: Tear – not only in album sales, but also on YouTube.
Since it was uploaded on 18 May, the music video for the carrier single Fake Love has garnered 122 million views on YouTube in just 14 days.
And YouTube have revealed where the MV is most popular.
The song is currently #1 on our global Top Songs chart and is charting in over 40 countries, including Korea (#1), Australia (#2), Sweden (#2), Japan (#2), Canada (#2), Germany (#4), the United States (#6), the United Kingdom (#7), among others, a YouTube spokesperson told Metro.co.uk.
Based on data from 18 to 29 May, YouTube said the Fake Love music video got the most views in Vietnam, a country in Southeast Asia with a population of 96 million.
Second is the United States, which has a population of 325.71 million as of July 2017. BTS recently topped the Billboard 200 by earning 135,000 equivalent album units in the US.
The music video is third most viewed in South Korea, BTS home country, with a population of about 51 million.
Placing fourth is Indonesia, home to about 261 million people, and in fifth place is the Philippines, which has about 101 million inhabitants.
The sixth to tenth places went to Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Thailand and Taiwan. Malaysia placed 11th followed by Turkey, Peru, Argentina, India, United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Chile and France.
YouTube earlier disclosed that the Fake Love music video is the third most watched music video in first 24 hours of all time, and the biggest debut in 2018 so far.
Heres the complete list of the top 10 countries where the Fake Love music video got the most views from 18 to 29 May, according to YouTube:
The countries who have watched Fake Love the most
2. United States
16. United Kingdom
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