South Korean girl group Twice had another music video pass 200 million views on YouTube this week.

The Chosun Ilbo reported Twice achieved the milestone Wednesday with their video for "Cheer Up," marking the second time the K-pop stars have reached over 200 million views on the site.

"Cheer Up" appears on Twice's second EP, Page Two, which the group released in April 2016. The song received several awards, including Song of the Year at the Melon Music Awards, according to Soompi.

Twice previously passed 200 million views with their "TT" music video in May 2016. Singer Psy and the boy band Big Bang are the only other K-pop stars to reach the milestone.

Twice released their Japanese debut album, #TWICE, in June, which reached No. 1 on the Oricon chart in Japan. The group discussed their future in an interview with Billboard in June.

"A concept that I feel like we'd like to show our fans is a powerful, stronger side of us, possibly in the future," Chaeyoung said.

"In terms of writing lyrics, we would someday like to release a separate album that has songs we've all written on our own," Sana added.