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BTS's Life Goes On music video rocks Youtube's 24-hour record

In a Soompi report, the world's most phenomenal K-pop group's newest single, Life Goes On, off from its latest album BE, impresses Youtube's records just 24 hours since it was dropped on the platform. On November 21 (Saturday), as of 2 P.M. KST, the music video reflects a 67.7 million view figure.

However, the video streaming platform still hasn't announced anything yet, but ARMYs are already in their party suits to celebrate their idols' newest milestone! As of this writing, the views shown on the site is now more than 75 Million.

Amid the massive view count, BTS's Dynamite still owns the records for the highest ever Youtube 24-hour debut, after immersing with 101.1 million views in just 24 hours.

BTS's BE (Deluxe Edition) bags 2 Million Sales 24 hours since its release

The November 20 comeback of BTS with BE marks the first day of the band collecting various gems that dominate the global music stage.

According to Allkpop, BTS's BE records a soaring 2 Million copies sold after 24 hours of release. However, it is not yet confirmed by Hanteo charts. The record of BTS's last Korean album Map of the Soul: 7 in February sit at 3,370,000 for its first week.

With that said, fans wonder whether RM, Suga, J-hope, V, Jin, Jimin, and Jungkook would beat the first-week sales record set by their last album.

As per Soompi, the first 30 minutes of BE had BTS bag 1 million copies. And as per Allkpop, in just 90 minutes, the band sold 1,664.514 copies.

The band's whopping figures mark another milestone as BE is the band's eighth entry to its 1 Million album collection.