The enlivening and classic-retro music video of BTS' newest single, Dynamite, dominates various music charts and smashing records. As Dynamite is gaining massive success for BTS, the music video is tagged as the fastest video owned by an all-South Korean act to exceed a whopping 450 million views on Youtube.

As per the K-pop dedicated new site, Soompi, Dynamite's music video hit the 450 million view mark on Youtube on October 7 (Wednesday), at precisely 4:20 P.M., following South Korea's time zone.

With its release on August 21, 1 P.M. KST, the impressive feat only took BTS more than 47 days and three hours to achieve. Having that said, the Bangtan Boys, best known as BTS, proves that they are unstoppable and that this year will never come to an end without a handful of achievements in their closet.

Aside from the notable milestone recently achieved by BTS' Dynamite, the singers and rappers have snatched the fast music video by a Korean artist to reach the feat on BLACKPINK's possession. The K-pop femme fatale previously holds the records for its pre-release track's music video, How You Like That, which took them 57 days and a few hours to achieve.

Furthermore, Dynamite is the latest addition of BTS' music video collections that surpasses the 450 million view mark on Youtube. The music video comes after DNAFake LoveFireDope, the Steve Aoki remix of MIC DROPBlood Sweat & TearsIDOLSave Me, and Boy With Luv.

Dynamite as an encouragement to ARMYs

Upon the announcement of the track's release, BTS revealed that the song the group's way to reach out to its fans worldwide. The music was purposely made to encourage the ARMYs and its listeners never to lose hope, especially now that the world is still fighting COVID-19.

Rejoice with BTS by re-watching the music video of Dynamite below!