It took just four months for the band to add an extra 100 million views after it broke 1.1 billion views in October, the agency added.
"DNA," the main track for the group's EP "Love Yourself: Her," was the first song by a South Korean act to simultaneously break into the Billboard's Hot 100 and Billboard 200 main charts. The song debuted at No. 67 on the main singles chart and stayed there for four consecutive weeks, while the album extended its run on the main albums chart for six consecutive weeks.
In addition to "DNA," the group's music videos "Boy with Luv" and "Fake Love" have also racked up 1.1 billion views and 864 million views on YouTube, respectively, as of Thursday.
The band made history last year by becoming the first South Korean artist to top the Billboard Hot 100 with its disco-pop "Dynamite." Its ballad "Life Goes On," released in November, also was the first song mostly sung in Korean to reach No. 1 on the chart.