Top 10 Most-Watched K-pop Music Videos of 2022: Blackpink’s ‘Pink Venom’, PSY’s ‘That That Prod’ and More

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: The K-pop industry has released a string of hit songs in 2022. Many of them have successfully broken all records and surpassed astronomical feats. This list covers the most viewed songs on YouTube. With Blackpink’s “Born Pink” being the biggest hit of the year, it’s clear the K-pop group topped this list. Here we have listed the top 10 most watched K-pop music videos of 2022.

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The K-pop K-pop world has also collaborated with several Western artists and released hit hits. Now, unlike last year when BTS topped the charts, 2022 has been filled with a slew of new debutants. The list only contains music videos released up to September. So a lot can change by the end of 2023.

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Top 10 most watched K-pop music videos in 2022

ten. Jessi – Zoom

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At the top of the list is Jessi with ‘Zoom’. The track became a huge hit right after its release on April 13, 2022. The song is extremely catchy. Additionally, the track went viral on TikTok, making it a global sensation. As of this writing, Jessi’s “Zoom” has 133,986,379 views on YouTube.

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9. Kep1er – Wa Da Da

Kep1er’s “Wa DaDa” lands at #9 with 135,629,332 views. The Korean girl group released the song in early January. The nine-member group has enjoyed a lot of success over the year with their upbeat tracks and visually pleasing videos.

8. Nayeon – Pop!

Now, Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice has been causing a lot of buzz following the release of her debut solo album. The album is called ‘IM NAYEON’ and contains the track ‘Pop!’. The song has 136,163,547 views on YouTube. The K-pop idol has been praised for her solo debut and fans are hoping for her to take home all the awards at upcoming events.

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seven. Blackpink – Stop

In a message to all haters and those wondering if K-pop’s biggest girl group is disbanding, Blackpink released “Shut Down.” The track is from their second studio album “Born Pink”. It has garnered 145,316,700 views at the time of writing.


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6. BTS – Still to come

Now, how could this list go without any BTS music videos? The group released the official music video for “Yet to Come (The most beautiful moment)” on June 10, 2022. The video featured great choreography with an unforgettable beat. Also, all the members were stranded in a lonely desert with lots of eye-catching props in the background.

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5. IVE – Love Dive

Another girl group on this list is IVE. The group released the music video for ‘Love Dive’ on April 5, 2022. The visually pleasing video has 157,573,831 views and counting to date.

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4. (G)I-DLE – Tomboy

(G)I-DLE struck again with another badass music video titled “Tomboy” on March 14, 2022. It has all the elements that made it the pop hit it is right now. The video shows the K-pop idols playing with guns in high-heeled boots. Moreover, the color red dominated the music video at its core.

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3. Charlie Puth feat Jungkook – Left and Right

The American singer and songwriter introduced BTS’s Jungkook on the track “Left and Right.” The music video has successfully racked up 222,145,663 views since its release on June 24, 2022.

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2. PSY feat Suga – Que ca prod

Another song featuring a BTS member is “That that prod,” with 345,048,164 views. The song was released in April 2022 and had a hint of Gangnam Style from the same artist. The BTS rapper showed off his top notch rapping skills and lifted the mood of the song.


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1. Blackpink – Pink Venom

Straight from their ‘Born Pink’ album, Blackpink released the official music video for ‘Pink Venom’ on August 19, 2022. The track is easily one of the biggest releases of 2022. It topped the chart with 354,154,996 views and more. While the chorus is extremely captivating, the song also encourages Blinks to join the #PinkVenom club.

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Disclaimer: This is based on sources and we have not been able to independently verify this information.