May 10 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Red Velvet had another music video pass 100 million views on YouTube.
Red Velvet achieved the milestone Thursday with its video for "Dumb Dumb," marking the second time the K-pop stars have reached over 100 million views on the site.
Red Velvet previously passed 100 million views with its music video for "Russian Roulette," which debuted in September 2016. The girl group celebrated "Dumb Dumb"'s success in a tweet Thursday.
"Red Velvet's 'Dumb Dumb' MV hits 100 million views," the group wrote.
Red Velvet's agency, SM Entertainment, congratulated the group on Twitter.
Red Velvet’s ‘Dumb Dumb’ MV surpasses 100 Million YouTube Views💚💜💗💛💙— SMTOWN GLOBAL (@SMTOWNGLOBAL) May 10, 2018
This is their second music video to hit 100 Million views preceded by ‘Russian Roulette’!
Congratulations!!💐https://t.co/vaPReS9ejM#RedVelvet #레드벨벳 #TheRed #DumbDumb https://t.co/nG4ECrrwZp
"Red Velvet's 'Dumb Dumb' MV surpasses 100 Million YouTube Views," the company wrote. "This is their second music video to hit 100 Million views preceded by 'Russian Roulette'! Congratulations!!"
"Dumb Dumb" appears on Red Velvet's first studio album, The Red, which debuted in September 2015. The music video shows Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Joy and Yeri wearing bright ensembles as they perform coordinated dances.
Red Velvet is also known for the singles "Ice Cream Cake," "Red Flavor" and "Peek-a-Boo." The group last released The Perfect Red Velvet, a reissue of its album Perfect Velvet, in January.