KBS Gayo Daechukje

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KBS Gayo Daechukje
Also known as
  • KBS Song Festival
  • KBS Gayo Daejun
  • KBS Music Festival
Genre Music, end-of-the-year
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
Broadcast
Original channel TBC/KBS
Original run 1965 (1965) – present
External links
2013 KBS Gayo Daechukje
KBS Gayo Daechukje
Hangul KBS 가요대축제
Hanja KBS 歌謠祝祭
Revised Romanization KBS Gayo Daechukje
McCune–Reischauer KBS Kayo Taech'ukje

KBS Gayo Daechukje (English: KBS Song Festival; also known as KBS Gayo Daejun and KBS Music Festival) is a major annual end-of-the-year music program broadcast on the last Friday in December by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). The program began in 1965 as TBC Music Awards, and the name was changed to KBS Music Awards in 1981 due to a merger. It has been broadcast under the current title since 2005.

Overview[edit]

The program was first broadcast in 1965, on the Tongyang Broadcasting Company (TBC), where it was known as TBC Broadcast Music Awards (Hangul: TBC 방송가요대상). In 1981, the South Korean government merged TBC with Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). Following the merger, the program's name was changed to KBS Music Awards (Hangul: KBS 가요대상; RR: KBS Gayo Daesang). It aired on KBS1 each year on 30 December until 1994, when the program moved to KBS2. Until 1986, there were separate awards for males and females, but in 1987 the format changed so they competed for the same award.

In 2005, the program's name was changed to KBS Song Festival (Hangul: KBS 가요대축제; RR: KBS Gayo Daechukje).[1] Along with the name change, the format was also modified where individual artists received special awards. In 2009, another format change came about where viewers could select the top artists and their awards by way of a text-message vote, and the program continues with this practice.

Award recipients[edit]

TBC Broadcast Music Awards (1965-1980)[edit]

Year Recipient Title winning award
1965 Choi Hee-Joon All Korean Peninsula
1966 Choi Hee-Joon Dorm Student
Choi Yang-Sook
1967 Choi Hee-Joon
Kim Sang-Hee
1968 Bae-Ho
Lee Mi-Ja
1969 Nam-Jin My Heart Aches
Lee Mi-Ja Life of a Girl
1970 Choi Hee-Joon
Lee Mi-Ja Life of a Girl
1971 남진 마음이 고와야지
김상희
1972 나훈아
하춘화
1973 남진 그대여 변치마오
하춘화 영암 아리랑
1974 김세환 옛 친구
하춘화 난생처음
1975 김세환 사랑하는 마음
이수미 내 곁이 있어주
1976 김훈 나를 두고 아리랑
하춘화 대관령 아리랑
1977 Kim Hoon
Hae Un-ee I Love You Only
1978 최헌 오동잎
Lee Eun-Ha 밤차
1979 조경수 행복이란
이은하 아리송해
1980 Cho Yong-pil 창밖의 여자
윤시내 열애

KBS Music Awards (1981-2005)[edit]

Year Artist Title
1981 Cho Yong-pil 고추잠자리
Lee Jeong-Hee You
1982 Cho Yong-pil 비련
Yun Si Nae To the DJ
1983 Cho Yong-pil 친구여
Yun Si Nae 공부합시다
1984 Kim Soo-chul 못다핀 꽃 한송이
Lee Eun Ha The person who can't even try to love once
1985 Cho Yong-pil 어제, 오늘 그리고
Jeong Soo Ra 도시의 거리
1986 Jun Young Rok 내 사랑 울보
Jeong Soo Ra 난 너에게
1987 Jun Young Rok 하얀 밤에
1988 Choo Hyun Mi 신사동 그 사람
1989 Hyun Cheul 봉선화 연정
1990 Hyun Cheul 싫다 싫어
1991 김정수 당신
1992 Shin Seung Hun 보이지 않는 사랑
1993 Kim Soo Hee 애모
1994 Kim Gun Mo 핑계
1995 Kim Gun Mo 잘못된 만남
1996 Kim Gun Mo Speed
1997 Im Chang-jung 그때 또 다시
1998 H.O.T. Light
1999 Jo Sungmo Sorrowful ....
2000 g.o.d Lie
2001 g.o.d Road
2002 Jang Na-ra Sweet Dream
2003 Lee Hyo-ri 10Minute
2004 Rain It's Raining
2005 Kim Jong-kook Lovable

KBS Gayo Daechukje Top Artist Performance Award (2009–present)[edit]

Year Recipient Title
2009 2pm Again & Again
2010 Girls Generation Oh!
2011 Beast Fiction
2012 PSY 강남스타일 (Gangnam Style)
2013 EXO 으르렁 (Growl)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bae Guk-nam (4 December 2007). 왜 방송3사 가요대상 폐지 박수칠까?. My Daily (in Korean). Archived from the original on 12 January 2012. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 

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