BTS’ most recent music video has amassed over 400 million views on YouTube! On July 9 at 1 p.m. KST, the music video for ‘Permission to Dance’ was released, and by December 20 it had surpassed 400 million views. The song, which was co-written by Ed Sheeran, had 1 million likes even before the music video debuted, and was the most-watched video on YouTube during its first week, with 152 million views. The video took roughly 5 months and 10 days to reach this milestone.

The music video for ‘Permission to Dance’ honours diversity and front-line workers while depicting the globe moving ahead in hope following the epidemic. The choreography integrates sign language for the phrases ‘Joy,’ ‘Dance,’ and ‘Peace,’ making the music much more significant.

BTS recently announced the ‘Permission to Dance Challenge,’ in which fans are encouraged to create 15-second shorts while following the choreography. The challenge, which began on July 23, was designed to bring people together and participate in shared delight. It garnered a positive response, as well as the involvement of iconic artist Elton John, when BTS’ leader, RM, shared a video of himself undertaking the challenge on Twitter and tagged the singer.

Following ‘DNA,”Dope,’Fire,’MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix),’Fake Love,’Blood Sweat and Tears,’IDOL,’Save Me,’Boy with Luv,’Not Today,’Dynamite,’Spring Day,’Butter,’ON (Kinetic Manifesto Film: Come Prima,’ and ‘Life Goes On,’ BTS currently has 16 music videos.

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