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Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Ballad/R&B Performance

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Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Ballad/R&B Performance
Awarded for quality ballad/R&B performance
Country South Korea
Presented by CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet)
First awarded 1999
Last awarded 2009
Website Mnet Asian Music Awards

The Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Ballad/R&B Performance was an award presented annually by CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet) from 1999—2009.

It was first awarded at the 1st Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony held in 1999; Jo Sungmo won the award for his ballad performance in "For Your Soul", and it is given in honor for the artist/s with the best ballad performance in the music industry.[1] The next year, the category branched out into two separate categories — Best Ballad Performance and Best R&B Performance.[2] Later in the 10th Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2008,[3] the two categories were joined together once again, and continued to be given until the 11th Mnet Asian Music Awards in 2009 wherein Kim Tae-woo received the last award for his performance in "Love Rain".[4]

History

Key to the colors used below
Category
Best Ballad Performance
Best R&B Performance
Best Ballad/R&B Performance
Year(s) Best Ballad Best R&B Best Ballad/R&B
1999 ☑Y
2000-2007 ☑Y ☑Y
2008-2009 ☑Y

Winners and nominees

Jo Sungmo, (1999, 2000, 2003)
Jo Sungmo, (1999, 2000, 2003)
Kim Gun-mo, (2001)
Kim Gun-mo, (2001)
Lena Park, (2002)
Lena Park, (2002)
Fly To The Sky, (2003, 2006)
Fly To The Sky, (2003, 2006)
Kim Tae-woo, (2009)
Year[I] Winner(s) Song Nominee(s)
1999
(1st)
Jo Sungmo "For Your Soul"
2000
(2nd)
Jo Sungmo "Do You Know"
Jinju "Are You Going"
2001
(3rd)
Kim Gun-mo "I'm Sorry"
  • Kangta - "Polaris"
  • Lee Ki-chan - "Love Has Left Again" (또 한번 사랑은 가고)
  • Wax - "Fix My Make-up" (화장을 고치고)
  • Position - "I Love You"
Park Jin-young "I Have a Girlfriend"
  • Kim Jo-Han (김조한) - "Just Until Today" (오늘까지만)
  • Nineteen Plus One (박화요비) - "Teardrop" (눈물)
  • Brown Eyes - "Already One Year" (벌써 1년)
  • Fly to the Sky - "The Promise" (약속)
2002
(4th)
Lee Soo-young "Lalala"
Lena Park "In Dreams"
2003
(5th)
Jo Sungmo "Piano"
Fly To The Sky "Missing You"
2004
(6th)
Shin Seung-hun[Note 1] "When That Day Comes"
Wheesung[Note 2] "Incurable Illness"
2005
(7th)
Shin Hye-sung "Same Thought"
  • Kim Jong-kook - "Standstill" (제자리걸음)
  • KCM - "Smile Again"
  • SG Wannabe - "As We Live" (살다가)
  • Tei - "Love... Is The Only One" (사랑은...하나다)
Wheesung "Goodbye Luv"
2006
(8th)
Lee Seung-gi "Hard to Say"
Fly To The Sky "Like a Man"
2007
(9th)
Yangpa "Love... What Is It"
SG Wannabe[Note 3] "Arirang"
2008
(10th)
Brown Eyes[Note 4] "Don't Go Don't Go"
  • Kim Dong-ryool - "Let's Start Again"
  • Park Ji-Hyun - During The Days I Want To See You"
  • Taeyang - "Look At Me Only"
  • V.O.S - "Beautiful Life"
2009
(11th)
Kim Tae-woo[Note 4] "Love Rain"

^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Mnet Asian Music Awards held that year.

Multiple awards for Best Ballad/R&B Performance

The following lists the artist(s) who received multiple awards for Best Ballad/R&B Performance from 1999-2009.

Artist Record Set First year awarded Last year awarded
Jo Sungmo 3 1999 2003
Fly To The Sky 2 2003 2006
Wheesung 2004 2005

Notes

  1. ^ Titled as "Best Ballad Video" award.
  2. ^ Titled as "Best R&B Video" award.
  3. ^ Titled as "Best R&B Soul Award"
  4. ^ a b Titled as "Best Ballad/R&B Award"
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This page was last edited on 3 February 2018, at 02:27
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