Twitter announces most tweeted K-Pop accounts of 2020


On December 8, Twitter shared an analysis of accounts and tweets from users around the world in 2020. In addition to the hashtag “This Happened,” Twitter revealed a ranking of the most tweeted K-pop accounts in 2020 around the world.
This year, BTS (@BTS_twt) became the most tweeted account, the most tweeted K-pop account, and the most tweeted musician account in the world. Since 2017, this is the fourth year in a row that BTS has become the most tweeted account.

BTS also ranked # 2 in the list of most retweeted tweets. The post with Jungkook’s cover video of Lauv’s “Never Not” has a total of 35 million views, 1.6 million retweets and 3 million hearts. This is the most retweeted tweet after the tweet of the death of actor Chadwick Boseman.

Of the K-pop tweets, the top five tweets with the most likes were from BTS’s Twitter account. First, there is a post posted by V from BTS, who shared “Hi Army” with two photos, which received 3.2 million likes.

Jungkook’s cover video tweets are in second and third place, and in fourth place, a post from BTS expressing their joy with ARMY at being the first Korean artist to surpass Billboard’s Hot 100.

The second most tweeted K-pop account in the world is EXO (@weareoneEXO). EXO’s Suho and Kai got a lot of attention this year when they announced their solo activities. In March, Suho hosted a live Twitter Blueroom to celebrate his solo promotions, and the tweet announcing Kai’s solo debut received 310,000 likes and 140,000 retweets.

BLACKPINK (@BLACKPINK) is the third most tweeted K-pop account in the world. The group also ranked 7th among the most tweeted musicians in the world. Following BLACKPINK in the list of most tweeted K-pop accounts is SEVENTEEN (@ pledis_17) at # 4, GOT7 (@ GOT7Official) at # 5, NCT 127 (@ NCTsmtown_127) at # 6, TXT (@TXT_members) at # 7, ATEEZ (@ATEEZofficial) at # 8, TREASURE (@treasuremembers) at # 9 and Stray Kids (@Stray_Kids) at # 10.

Also, after an analysis of the mentioned keywords, the top 10 musicians in the world were BTS # 1 and BLACKPINK # 7. Along with both bands, at # 2 is Kanye West, # 3 Beyoncé, # 4 Rihanna, # 5 Justin Bieber, # 6 Cardi B, # 8 Drake, # 9 Ariana Grande, and # 10 Taylor Swift.

Earlier in September this year, Twitter and K-pop Radar shared analysis on K-pop data using tweets created across the globe over 10 years, revealing a #KpopTwitter 2020 world map. data, a total of 6.1 billion K-pop tweets were posted last year. The data also included graphs illustrating the evolution of K-pop around the world, as well as lists of the most mentioned K-pop artists, the fastest growing K-pop artists, and more.

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