• "Dynamite" was the band’s first all-English single
  • BTS will be performing on "MTV Unplugged" on Feb. 24
  • BTS will release "BE: Essential Edition" on Feb. 19

South Korean boy band BTS’ "Dynamite" has set another record by becoming the fastest music video by a South Korean group to reach 850 million views on YouTube.

"Dynamite" was the band’s first all-English single and was officially released on Aug. 21, 2020. The energetic, retro-themed music video quickly took the world by storm and left fans from all around the world awe-struck with the member’s talents.

The aesthetic single instantly became a global success following its release and still continues to top charts and shattered numerous records.

On Valentine's day, the super hit single soared to new heights as the music video broke another record on YouTube after it reached 850 million views on the music streaming platform at approximately 3:50 p.m. KST (1:50 a.m. EST).

"Dynamite" achieved this feat in approximately five months and 24 days following its release, setting the record as the fastest K-pop group to achieve this milestone. Previously, the record was held by Blackpink’s music video titled "Ddu-du Ddu-du."

"Dynamite" was also the fastest music video to gain over 10 million views. It had achieved the feat within 21 minutes of its release. It also holds the record for the fastest K-pop MV to reach 800 million views. It currently has 852,307,453 views and 24 million likes on YouTube.

"Dynamite" is the septet’s fifth music video to surpass 850 million views along with "Fake Love," "DNA," "MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)," and "Boy With Luv."

"Idol" became the sixth song to join the list after it surpassed 850 million views on YouTube on Sunday, two years, five months, and 21 days after its official release, according to Soompi.

BTS will be releasing a new edition of their album "BE" titled "BE: Essential Edition" on Feb. 19. The new edition will consist of the eight songs previously included in "Be (Deluxe Edition)" along with several other new elements.

BTS also confirmed that they will be performing on the American television series "MTV Unplugged." The band will be performing different renditions of their hit songs and rare iterations from their discography during the one-hour long special show which is set to air on Feb. 24.

Pictured: BTS performs onstage during the 2017 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 19, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Kevin Winter