Looks like it's not just K-pop groups taking all the YouTube records!
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10 Mar 2017 - 12:13 PM  UPDATED 10 Mar 2017 - 12:13 PM

K-pop groups like BTS and TWICE have been racking up the YouTube records lately, but in a nice change of pace, the latest milestone has gone to SM Entertainment

The entertainment company has managed to hit the 10 million subscribers mark on YouTube recently, becoming the first Asian music label to ever hit that milestone. Given the roster of talented artists that are signed to SM, such as EXO, f(x)Red VelvetGirls' Generation, and Super Junior, it was really only a matter of time before the agency hit the 10 million mark. To celebrate its massive achievement, SM took to Twitter to announce the news to all of its fans.

A huge congrats to SM on their crazy amount of subscribers!


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