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Super Junior, 2NE1, Hyuna Given K-Pop YouTube Awards

2011/11/22 | Permalink | Source

Super Junior, 2NE1, and Hyuna were all recipients of the YouTube K-pop Music Video awards.

On November 22nd at 1 PM in Yeoksam-dong of Seoul, Google Korea held the 2011 YouTube K-pop Awards for the most popular k-pop videos. The three hot k-pop acts, Super Junior, 2NE1, and Hyuna of 4minute were all given awards.

Hyuna said, "I was surprised to know I had so many hits on YouTube. I've seen that so many people have made and uploaded videos with my song [Bubble Pop]. I was inspired because many of them were even better than me".

2NE1 also commented, " We'll continue to upload lots of cool videos. Please support us. We worked hard on our music video for "I'm The Best", so there'd be lots of cool stuff to see, so that's probably why so many people watched it".

Super Junior's Leeteuk expressed, "This award is all the more valuable because our fans from all over the world have helped create it. We'll continue to spread Korea's great culture to the world. I myself have clicked on our own music video about 10 times. Also, after we hold concerts overseas, there are always video clips uploaded right after which makes us realize how great the power of media is".

Super Junior's "Mr. Simple" video on YouTube had the most hits, with 26.94 million. 2NE1's "I'm The Best" was second with 22.09 million hits, and Hyuna's "Bubble Pop" followed with 21.66 million hits. In fact, within the top 10 list, there were three of 2NE1's videos: "I'm The Best", "Lonely", and "Hate You".

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