Internationally renowned K-pop boy band BTS’s video of the song Save ME, has become its seventh music video to attract more than 300 million YouTube hits – a record for a South Korean group.

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Save ME is one of the tracks on the seven-member group’s second repackaged album, “YOUNG FOREVER”, which released in 2016.

The track is back in the spotlight because of its connection with the group’s recent song I’m Fine – the lyrics and title of which were meant as a response to Save ME.

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DNA, FIRE, DOPE, Blood Sweat & Tear, MIC Drop and Fake Love garnered more than 300 million hits. DNA made BTS the first Korean band to have a music video with more than 500 million hits.

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The band, which has topped the US Billboard album chart twice this year, recently returned to South Korea after a busy overseas schedule, including world tour dates in North America and Europe.

BTS will perform with American singer Charlie Puth at the 2018 MGA awards on November 6 in Incheon, South Korea.

The group is also set to tour Japan from November 13.

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This article was originally written by Dong Sun-hwa for The Korea Times .