Weeekly’s “Holiday Party” MV Garners 10 Million YouTube Views

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Proving their phenomenal rookie power, Weeekly achieved a massive feat on the YouTube platform with their new title track “Holiday Party!”

Play M Entertainment’s prized girl group remains unstoppable as their recent title track “Holiday Party” lands a new milestone on YouTube.

On August 8, Weeekly’s music video for their catchy and vibrant track “Holiday Party” has officially surpassed the 10 million-mark on YouTube. The talented girl group was able to achieve such impressive count in just 4 days after its successful worldwide release.

Moreover, “Holiday Party” becomes the latest music video of the group to join YouTube’s 10-million club. Their other tracks that likewise achieved the same feat are “Tag Me,” “ZigZag,” “7 Days Tension,” and “After School.”


Released on August 4, Play Game: Holiday is Weeekly’s fourth mini-album since their debut in June 2020. They were able to catch K-Pop fans and casual listeners’ attention once again with the lead single “Holiday Party.”

Weeekly Holiday Party

Characterized by groovy beats and catchy rhythm, the song perfectly highlights Soo-jin, Ji-yoon, Monday, So-eun, Jae-hee, Jihan, and Zoa’s incredible singing skills. The choreography to the song is as addictive and lively as the track itself, which has the capacity to make everyone dance and sway to the melody.

The beautiful and colorful music video was directed by Jung Mimi of VIA Productions, who managed to attract everyone’s attention with her strategic camera angles and shots.

Through the use of fun props, neon lights, and dreamy backdrops, the almost 4-minute video was able to highlight Weeekly’s true and bubbly personality. Moreover, the video was able to also highlight the girls’ ethereal visuals.

Demonstrating their growing popularity, Weeekly’s newest album scored the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ Top Album Chart in at least three countries including Indonesia and Brazil. Furthermore, its lead single “Holiday Party” entered local music charts such as Bugs, signifying the group’s steady growth.

Meanwhile, Weeekly will continue to promote “Holiday Party” on various Korean music shows. 

Source: Herald Pop

Photos from Play M Entertainment

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