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Melon Music Awards

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Melon Music Awards
Melon Music Awards 2017 Logo.png
Awarded for Excellence in music
Country South Korea
Presented by kakao M
First awarded 2009
Website www.melon.com/mma/index.htm
Television/radio coverage
Network see list

The Melon Music Awards is a major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea and organized by kakao M (a kakao company) through its online music store, Melon.

Host venues

Edition Date Venue City Country Ref
1st December 16, 2009 Olympic Hall
Olympic Park
Seoul South Korea [1]
2nd December 15, 2010 Hall of Peace
Kyung Hee University
[2]
3rd November 24, 2011 Seoul Olympic Stadium [3]
4th December 14, 2012 [4]
5th November 14, 2013 Olympic Gymnastics Arena [5]
6th November 13, 2014 [6]
7th November 7, 2015
8th November 19, 2016 Gocheok Sky Dome [7]
9th December 2, 2017 [8]

Judging criteria

Division Online Voting Digital Sales Judge Score
Main awards* 20% 60% 20%
Genre Awards** 30% 40% 30%
Popularity Awards*** 60% 40% -
Special Awards**** - - 100%
*Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Top 10 Artists, Best New Artist
**Rap/Hip Hop, R&B/Ballad, Rock, OST, Trot, Pop, Dance, Folk/Blue, Indie, Electronic
***Netizen Popularity Award, Hot Trend Award
****Music Video Award, Song Writer Award, MBC Music Star Award, Performing Arts Award, Global Star Award, QQ Asia Artist Award, Hall of Fame Award, Kakao Hot Star Award

Main awards

Artist of the Year

Year Winner
2009 Girls' Generation
2010 Girls' Generation
2011 Beast[9]
2012 Beast[10]
2013 Shinee
2014 IU
2015 Big Bang
2016[11] Exo
2017 Exo

Album of the Year

Year Winner Album
2009 G-Dragon Heartbreaker
2010 2NE1 To Anyone
2011 2NE1 The 2nd Mini Album
2012 Busker Busker Busker Busker 1st Album
2013 Busker Busker Busker Busker 2nd Album
2014 g.o.d Chapter 8
2015 Exo Exodus
2016[11] BTS The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever
2017 IU Palette

Song of the Year

Year Winner Song
2009 Girls' Generation "Gee"
2010 2AM "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die"
2011 IU "Good Day"
2012 Psy "Gangnam Style"
2013 Exo "Growl"
2014 Taeyang "Eyes, Nose, Lips"
2015 Big Bang "Bang Bang Bang"
2016[11] Twice "Cheer Up"
2017 BTS "Spring Day"

Top 10 Artists

Year Winners
2009 2PM Girls' Generation Kara K.Will G-Dragon 8eight Super Junior 2NE1 Brown Eyed Girls Davichi
2010 2PM Girls' Generation 2AM IU DJ DOC CNBLUE Lee Seung-gi 2NE1 T-ara 4Men
2011 f(x) Secret Beast IU Big Bang Sistar Super Junior 2NE1 Leessang Lena Park
2012 Psy Busker Busker Beast IU Big Bang Sistar Infinite 2NE1 T-ara Huh Gak
2013 Shinee Busker Busker Beast IU G-Dragon Sistar Exo Ailee Dynamic Duo Davichi
2014 g.o.d Akdong Musician Beast IU Taeyang Sistar Exo 2NE1 Girl's Day Winner
2015[12] Shinee Girls' Generation Hyukoh Toy Big Bang Sistar Exo Apink Zion.T San E
2016[13] BewhY Akdong Musician BTS Zico Mamamoo GFriend Exo Twice Red Velvet Taeyeon
2017 Heize Bolbbalgan4 BTS IU Big Bang Wanna One Exo Twice Red Velvet Winner

Best New Artist

Year Winners
2009 2NE1
2010 CNBLUE
2011 Huh Gak
2012 B.A.P Ailee
2013 BTS Lim Kim
2014 Winner
2015 iKON GFriend
2016 Black Pink
2017 Wanna One

Genre Awards

Rap/Hip Hop

Year Winner Song
2010 Supreme Team "Dang Dang Dang"
2011 GD & TOP "Oh Yeah" (feat. Park Bom)
2012 Dynamic Duo "Without You"
2013 Baechigi "Shower of Tears" (feat. Ailee)
2014 San E & Raina "A Midsummer Night's Sweetness"
2015 Mad Clown "Fire" (feat. Jinsil)
2016[11] Zico "Eureka" (feat. Zion.T)
2017 Dynamic Duo & Chen "Nosedive"

R&B/Ballad

Year Winner Song
2010 Gummy "Because You’re A Man"
2011 Kim Bum-soo "Please"
2012 K.Will "Please Don't"
2013 Huh Gak "Monodrama" (with Yoo Seung-woo)
K.Will "Love Blossom"
2014 R&B/Soul Fly to the Sky "You You You"
Ballad M.C the Max "Wind That Blows"
2015 R&B/Soul Naul "Living in the Same Time"
Ballad Baek Ah Yeon "Shouldn't Have" (feat. Young K)
2016[11] R&B/Soul Baekhyun & Suzy "Dream"
Ballad Jung Eun-ji "Hopefully Sky"
Im Chang-jung "The Love I Committed"
2017 R&B/Soul Suran "Wine"
Ballad Yoon Jong-shin "Like It"

Rock

Year Winner Song
2010 Hot Potato "Confession"
2011 CNBLUE "Intuition"
2012 Nell "The Day Before"
2013 Cho Yong-pil "Bounce"
2014 CNBLUE "Can't Stop"
2015 Kim Sunggyu "The Answer"
2016 Ha Hyun-woo "Don't Cry"
2017 Kim Hee-chul & Min Kyung-hoon "Sweet Dream"

OST

Year Winner Song
2009 Future Liger "Let's Dance"
2010 Lee Seung-gi "Losing My Mind"
2011 Sunny Hill "Pit-a-Pat"
2012 Seo In-guk & Jung Eun-ji "All For You"
2013 Yoon Mi-rae "Touch Love"
2014 Lyn "My Destiny"
2015 Loco & Yuju of GFriend "Spring is Gone By Chance"
2016[11] Yoon Mi-rae "Always"
2017 Ailee "I Will Go to You Like the First Snow"

Trot

Year Winner Song
2010 Jang Yun-jeong "Ole"
2015 Hong Jin Young "Love Wifi"
2016[11] Hong Jin Young "Thumbs Up"
2017 Hong Jin Young & Kim Young Chul "Ring Ring (Composer ver.)"

Pop

Year Winner Song
2012 Maroon 5 "Payphone" (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
2013 Bruno Mars "Young Girls"
2015 Mark Ronson "Uptown Funk" (feat. Bruno Mars)
2016 Justin Bieber "Love Yourself"
2017 Ed Sheeran "Shape of You"

Dance

Year Winner Song
2014 Male Block B "Her"
Female Apink "Mr. Chu"
2015 Male BTS "I Need U"
Female Red Velvet "Ice Cream Cake"
2016[11] Male Exo "Monster"
Female GFRIEND "Rough"
2017 Male Exo "Ko Ko Bop"
Female Twice "Knock Knock"

Folk/Blues

Year Winner Song
2014 Akdong Musician "200%"
2015 10cm "Sseudam Sseudam"
2016[11] 10cm "What The Spring??"
2017 Jung Eunji "The Spring"

Indie

Year Winner Song
2014 Standing Egg "Lean on Me" (feat. Park Se-young)
2015 Standing Egg "The Sunlight Hurts" (feat. Wheein & Obroject Yundak)
2016[11] Bolbbalgan4 "Galaxy"
2017 MeloMance "Gift"

Electronic

Year Winner Song
2014 2NE1 "Come Back Home"

Popularity awards

Netizen Popularity Award

Year Winner Song
2010 Super Junior "Bonamana"
2011 Super Junior "Mr.Simple"
2012 Beast "Midnight"
2013 Exo "Growl"
2014 Beast "Good Luck"
2015 Big Bang "Bang Bang Bang"
2016 Exo "Monster"
2017 Exo "Ko Ko Bop"

Hot Trend Award

Year Winner Song
2010 Girls' Generation "Hoot"
2011 Infinite Challenge "West Coast Expressway Music Festival"
2012 Trouble Maker "Trouble Maker"
2013 Crayon Pop "Bar Bar Bar"
Rose Motel "Longtime Lovers"
2014 Soyou & Junggigo "Some"
2015 Infinite Challenge "Yeongdong Expressway Music Festival"
2016 Zico[11] "I Am You, You Are Me"
2017 Suran & Suga "Wine"

Special awards

Music Video Award

Year Winner Music Video
2010 Hwang Soo-ah Ga-in's "Irreversible"
2011 Cha Eun-taek T-ara's "Roly-Poly"
2012 Cho Soo-hyun Psy's "Gangnam Style"
2013 Lee Gi-baek
(Tiger Cave Studio)
Beast's "Shadow"
2014 Won Tae-yeon
(LOEN Entertainment (in-house))
Melody Day's "Another Parting"
2015 Kim Young-jo and Yoo Seung-woo
(Naive Creative Production)
Park Jin-young's "Who's Your Mama?" (feat. Jessi)
2016[11] Shin Hee-won Red Velvet's "Russian Roulette"
2017 Choi Yong-suk
(LUMPENS)
BTS's "DNA"

Global Artist

Year Winner Song
2011 Girls' Generation "The Boys"
2012 Psy "Gangnam Style"
2013 Psy "Gentleman"
2017 BTS "DNA"

Song Writer Award

Year Winner Song
2009 Hitman Bang
(Bang Si-hyuk)
8eight (Without A Heart & Goodbye My Love)
2010 Lee Min-soo & Kim Yi-na IU and Im Seulong's "Nagging"
2011 Jeon Hye-sung Davichi’s "Don’t Say Goodbye", Baek Ji-young's "That Woman"
2012 Duble Sidekick
(Michael "Chance" Kim, Park Jang-geun)
Sistar’s "Loving U", Baek Ji-young's "Voice", "Good Boy"
2013 Shinsadong Tiger
(Lee Ho-yang)
Ailee's "U&I", Apink's "NoNoNo", Trouble Maker's "Now"
2014 Kim Do-hoon Soyou & Junggigo's "Some", Mad Clown's "Without You", Ailee's "Don't Touch Me"
2015 Teddy Park Big Bang (Loser, Bae Bae, Bang Bang Bang, We Like 2 Party, Sober, Zutter (GD & TOP), Let's Not Fall In Love)
2016 Hitman Bang
(Bang Si-hyuk)
BTS (Fire, Save Me, Blood Sweat & Tears)
2017 IU
(Lee Ji-eun)
IU (Through the Night, Can't Love You Anymore, Palette, Ending Scene)

MBC Music Star Award

Year Winner
2010 Miss A
2011 Baek Ji-young
2012 Shindong & Kim Shin-young
2013 f(x)
2014 Ladies' Code
2015 EXID
2016[11] Seventeen
2017[11] Hyuna

Performing Arts Award

Year Winner Song
2010 Psy "Right Now"
2011 Lee Seung-hwan "Super Hero"
2013 Shin Seung-hun

Tencent-QQ Music Asia Star Award

Year Winner
2016 iKon

Hall of Fame Award

Year Winner
2016 Sechs Kies

Kakao Hot Star Award

Year Winner
2016[11] Exo
2017 Wanna One

Stage of the Year

Year Winner
2017 Park Hyo Shin

1theK Performance Award

Year Winner
2015 Monsta X
2017 GFriend

Other awards

2009

2010

Most wins

Rank 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
Artist Exo Girls' Generation IU Beast, 2NE1 BTS Psy, Big Bang Sistar
Total awards 15 12 10 9 8 6 5

Broadcasting

South Korea

  • The 1st Melon Music Awards ceremony was broadcast through CU Media's y-star, Dramax and Comedy TV channels. Internet partners include Melon, Nate (then a sister brand), GOMTV and Afreeca TV (2009-2010).
  • In 2010, LOEN Entertainment partnered with MBC Plus Media, and the latter transmitted the awards night through MBC every1, MBC Dramanet (from 2010-2011 and 2013), MBC Game (now defunct) and MBC Life (now defunct). When MBC Music was launched in 2012, it shared the honor of being the flagship station of MMA with MBC every1. MBC QueeN joined in 2013.
  • Daum was the local internet partner in 2013. One year later, it merged with LOEN's incumbent parent company Kakao.

Worldwide

  • Since 2011, Alphabet Inc.'s YouTube (specifically the 1theK (formerly LOEN MUSIC) channel) is the internet broadcast partner of Melon Music Awards. Microsoft's Zune was the first internet broadcast partner (2009).

China

Japan

Thailand

  • JOOX, another Tencent-owned music service, together with its sister property Sanook.com, brought Melon Music Awards to its users in Thailand in 2016 and 2017.

Taiwan

See also

References

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