The music video for TWICE’s “What is Love?” has surpassed 500 million views on YouTube.
The music video for “What is Love?”, which was released on April 9, 2018, surpassed 500 million views at around 5:55 a.m. on May, 24 2021. This is the third music video by TWICE to reach 500 million views, following “TT” and “LIKEY”, and JYP Entertainment posted an image on their official SNS channel celebrating the 500 million views of “What is Love?” and cheering them on! JYP Entertainment posted an image of “What is Love?
The title song of the 5th mini album “What is Love?” was written and composed by JYP’s representative producer and K-pop hit maker Park Jin-young himself. The lyrics depict the curiosity and imagination of girls who have learned about love from books and movies, combined with the bright and energetic energy of the nine members, and have been supported by fans in Korea and abroad.
Recently, TWICE’s 17 music videos, including their debut song “Like OOH-AHH” and “I CAN’T STOP ME,” plus “Candy Pop,” “TT-Japanese ver.-” and “Breakthrough,” have been viewed over 100 million times. The number of views for 17 music videos has reached over 100 million each. This surpassed the previous record of 16 set by the British female trio Little Mix, making TWICE the group with the most music videos with over 100 million views among all girl groups worldwide.
TWICE will release the sound source and music video for the title song of their new album at 6 p.m. on June 9, and officially release their new mini album “Taste of Love” at 1 p.m. on June 11.
Prior to their comeback, they previewed the atmosphere of the new song with a group image filled with fresh charm, raising fans’ expectations. through their new album “Taste of Love,” TWICE will express the moment of falling in love, from a crush to feelings of love.
They will also be releasing their third full-length album “Perfect World” in Japan on July 28. The title track of the same name, “Perfect World,” features a wild sound full of speed, with a message of standing tall and not getting upset in the midst of turbulent situations.