On December 10, YouTube released a list entitled 'K-Pop Music Video Top 10,' which was comprised of the ten most viewed K-Pop MVs on YouTube from December 2012 to November 2013.
Psy's "Gentleman" ranked in first place with approximately 600 million views since its release in April! It had also been named the number one viral video of 2013 by TIME magazine. Girls' Generation's "I Got A Boy" came in second, which is not surprising considering it won 'Video of the Year' at the 'YouTube Music Awards' in November.
However, that is not all. Girls' Generation made the list two more times with "Dancing Queen" and "Galaxy Supernova" in fifth and sixth place respectively, although the latter was a Japanese release.
EXO made the list twice, coming in third with "Growl" and fourth with "Wolf." F(x)'s "Rum Pum Pum Pum" came in seventh place, Super Junior-M's "Break Down" in eighth, 2NE1's "Falling In Love" in ninth, and 4minute's "What's Your Name?" in tenth.
In the list of top ten most viewed videos produced and shared by Korean YouTube users, dance team Waveya's dance covers of Psy's "Gentleman" and Girls' Generation's "I Got A Boy" came in first and third place respectively. In other news, many Korean label and entertainment channels were reported to have made the list of the most popular channels on YouTube, including SM Entertainment, Big Bang, Mnet, MBC K-Pop, and many more.