Nov. 2 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Twice had another music video pass 200 million views Thursday on YouTube.
The Korea Herald reported Twice achieved the milestone with their music video for "Like Ooh-Ahh," marking the third time the K-pop stars have reached over 200 million views on the site.
Twice previously passed the 200 million views mark with their "TT" music video in May 2016 and "Cheer Up" in August. Singer Psy and boy band BTS are among the other Korean acts to reach the milestone.
"Like Ooh-Ahh" appears on Twice's debut EP, The Story Begins, which was released in October 2015. The music video is horror-themed, with several background actors dressed as zombies.
The achievement follows the release of Twice's first full-length album, Twicetagram. The group shared a music video for their new single "Likey" following the album's debut Monday.
"Twice is back with the new album Twicetagram," the K-pop stars said in a video for Billboard. "Thank you for waiting!"