Golden Disc Awards

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Golden Disc Awards
Current: 37th Golden Disc Awards
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Awarded for"Outstanding achievements of the K-pop industry"
CountrySouth Korea
Presented by
Formerly called
Korea Visual and Records Grand Prize Award (1986–2000)
  • Golden Disk Awards (2001–14)
First awarded1986
WebsiteGolden Disc Awards
Television/radio coverage
NetworkJTBC, JTBC 2, JTBC 4 (South Korea)
V Live (Worldwide)

The Golden Disc Awards (Korean골든 디스크 시상식, formerly spelled the Golden Disk Awards before 2015) is an annual South Korean major music awards ceremony that honors achievements in the local music industry.[1] The awards ceremony was founded with the purpose to promote popular culture creativity, discover new artists, and contribute to the growth of the music industry. The first ceremony was held in 1986.[2]

The 35th Golden Disc Awards was held on 9–10 January 2021 without a live audience due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[3]


From its inception in 1986, the event was called the Korea Visual and Records Grand Prize Award (Korean대한민국 영상음반대상) until 2001, when the event named was changed to the Golden Disk Awards.[4] The spelling was later changed to the Golden Disc Awards in 2015.

The awards ceremony was hosted in South Korea until 2012, when it was hosted in Osaka, Japan. The ceremony was also hosted internationally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2013, and in Beijing, China in 2015.[5]

The Golden Disc Awards trophies were designed by sculptor Kim Su-hyeon, a professor at Chungbuk National University. The trophy is in the shape of a woman playing a traditional Korean wind instrument.[6]


Edition Year Date of ceremony Venue Host city Ref.
8th 1993 12 December 1993 Grand Walkerhill Hotel Seoul [7]
9th 1994 11 December 1994 National Theater of Korea [8]
10th 1995 10 December 1995 [9]
11th 1996 8 December 1996 [10]
12th 1997 14 December 1997 [11]
13th 1998 5 December 1998 [12]
14th 1999 16 December 1999 Sejong Center [13]
15th 2000 1 December 2000 [4]
16th 2001 14 December 2001 [14]
17th 2002 13 December 2002 [15]
18th 2003 5 December 2003 Kyung Hee University Grand Peace Palace [16]
19th 2004 2 December 2004 Sejong Center [17]
20th 2005 7 December 2005 [18]
21st 2006 14 December 2006 Olympic Park [19]
22nd 2007 14 December 2007 [20]
23rd 2008 10 December 2008 [21]
24th 2009 10 December 2009 [22]
25th 2010 9 December 2010 Korea University Hwajung Gymnasium [23]
26th 2011 11–12 January 2012 Osaka Dome Osaka [24]
27th 2012 15–16 January 2013 Sepang International Circuit Kuala Lumpur [25]
28th 2013 16 January 2014 Kyung Hee University Grand Peace Palace Seoul [26]
29th 2014 14–15 January 2015 MasterCard Center Beijing [27]
30th 2015 20–21 January 2016 Kyung Hee University Grand Peace Palace Seoul [28]
31st 2016 13–14 January 2017 KINTEX Goyang [29]
32nd 2017 10–11 January 2018 [30]
33rd 2018 5–6 January 2019 Gocheok Sky Dome Seoul [31]
34th 2019 4–5 January 2020 [32]
35th 2020 9–10 January 2021 KINTEX Goyang [3]
36th 2021 8 January 2022 Gocheok Sky Dome Seoul [33]
37th 2022 7 January 2023 Rajamangala Stadium Bangkok [34]

Award categories[edit]

As of the 34th Golden Disc Awards, there were two grand prizes: Album of the Year (also known as Album Daesang) and Digital Song of the Year (also known as Digital Song Daesang). Main prizes (also known as Bonsang) are awarded to multiple artists in both the Album and Digital Song categories. The grand prize winners are chosen from the main prize winners.[35][1][36]

  • Album of the Year (Grand prize)
  • Song of the Year (Grand prize)
  • Album Bonsang (Main prize)
  • Digital Song Bonsang (Main prize)
  • Rookie Artist Award
  • Popularity Award
  • Genre awards
  • Special awards
  • International Recognition Awards
  • Special Recognition Golden Disc Awards
  • Other awards

Grand prizes[edit]

All winners are adapted from the Golden Disc Awards website.[37]

Album of the Year (Album Daesang)[edit]

Year Winner Album
2022 BTS Proof
2021 Be
2020 Map of the Soul: 7
2019 Map of the Soul: Persona
2018 Love Yourself: Answer
2017 Love Yourself: Her
2016 Exo Ex'Act
2015 Exodus
2014 Overdose
2013 XOXO
2012 Super Junior Sexy, Free & Single
2011 Mr. Simple
2010 Girls' Generation Oh!
2009 Super Junior Sorry, Sorry
2008 TVXQ Mirotic
2007 SG Wannabe The Sentimental Chord
2006 TVXQ "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.
2005 SG Wannabe Saldaga
2004 Lee Soo-young The Colors of My Life
2003 Jo Sung-mo A Singer
2002 Cool Truth
2001 g.o.d Chapter 4: Road
2000 Jo Sung-mo Let me love
1999 For Your Soul
1998 Kim Jong-hwan For Love
1997 H.O.T Wolf and Sheep
1996 Kim Gun-mo Exchange Kg. M4
1995 Wrongful Meeting
1994 Excuses
1993 Shin Seung-hun Because I Love You
1992 Invisible Love
1991 Kim Hyun-sik Kim Hyun Sik Vol.6
1990 Byeon Jin-seob Byeon Jin-Seob 2
1989 Byeon Jin-Seob
1988 Joo Hyun-mi Joo Hyun-Mi 2
1987 Lee Moon-sae When Love Goes Away
1986 Cho Yong-pil Empty Space

Song of the Year (Digital Daesang)[edit]

Year Winner Song
2022 Ive "Love Dive"
2021 IU "Celebrity"
2020 "Blueming"
2019 BTS "Boy with Luv"
2018 iKon "Love Scenario"
2017 IU "Through the Night"
2016 Twice "Cheer Up"
2015 Big Bang "Loser"
2014 Taeyang "Eyes, Nose, Lips"
2013 Psy "Gentleman"
2012 "Gangnam Style"
2011 Girls' Generation "The Boys"
2010 2AM "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die"
2009 Girls' Generation "Gee"
2008 Jewelry "One More Time"
2007 Ivy "If You're Gonna Be Like This"
2006 SG Wannabe "Partner for Life"

Main prizes[edit]

All winners are adapted from the Golden Disc Awards website.[37]

Album Bonsang[edit]

Year Winners
2022 NCT 127 NCT Dream NCT Enhypen Stray Kids Blackpink Seventeen BTS
2021 NCT 127 NCT Dream IU Enhypen Stray Kids TXT Seventeen BTS
2020 NCT 127 Exo NCT Baekhyun Twice TXT Seventeen BTS Got7 Blackpink
2019 Super Junior NCT Dream Exo-SC Baekhyun Twice Monsta X Seventeen BTS Got7 NU'EST
2018 NCT 127 Exo Wanna One Jonghyun Twice Monsta X Seventeen BTS Got7 NU'EST W
2017 Super Junior Exo Hwang Chi-yeul Girls' Generation Twice Monsta X Seventeen BTS Got7 NU'EST W Taeyeon
2016 Taemin Exo Shinee VIXX Infinite Monsta X Seventeen BTS Got7
2015 Super Junior Exo Shinee VIXX Jonghyun CNBLUE Beast BTS f(x) Apink
2014 Super Junior Exo VIXX Girls' Generation Infinite CNBLUE Taemin BTS B1A4 Apink Girls' Generation-TTS
2013 Cho Yong-pil Exo Shinee Girls' Generation Infinite f(x) Beast B1A4
2012 Super Junior Kara Shinee F.T. Island Infinite CNBLUE Beast B1A4 4Minute
2011 Super Junior Kara MBLAQ Jay Park Infinite CNBLUE Beast f(x)
2010 Super Junior BoA Shinee Girls' Generation DJ DOC
2009 Super Junior SG Wannabe 2PM Drunken Tiger Lee Seung-chul
2008 Shinhwa SG Wannabe TVXQ Kim Dong-ryul Brown Eyes Rain
2007 Super Junior SG Wannabe Yangpa Epik High Wheesung Shin Hye-sung Big Bang
2006 Shinhwa SG Wannabe TVXQ MC the Max Shin Seung-hun Vibe Fly to the Sky Son Ho-young Buzz Kim Jong-kook
Winner 1986–2005
Year Winners
2005 MC Mong Koyote Jo Sung-mo Wheesung SG Wannabe Shin Hye-sung g.o.d Lee Min-woo Buzz Kim Jong-kook
2004 Lee Soo-young Koyote Shin Seung-hun Wheesung MC the Max Gummy Lee Seung-chul Seven Rain Shinhwa
2003 Lee Soo-young Koyote Jo Sung-mo Wheesung Cool Fly to the Sky NRG Wax Lee Hyori Shinhwa
2002 Lee Soo-young Koyote Shin Seung-hun Park Hyo-shin Cool Sung Si-kyung Jang Na-ra Wax Kangta Shinhwa
2001 Im Chang-jung Koyote Park Jin-young Kim Gun-mo Cool Position Lee Ki-chan Wax Kangta Shinhwa
2000 Kim Hyun-jung Park Ji-yoon Shin Seung-hun g.o.d Fin.K.L Hong Kyung-min Tae Jin-ah Lee Jung-hyun Uhm Jung-hwa Jo Sung-mo Yoo Seung-jun, Turbo
1999 Kim Hyun-jung Sechs Kies H.O.T S.E.S Fin.K.L Seol Woon-do Choi Yu-na Song Dae-kwan Uhm Jung-hwa Jo Sung-mo Yoo Seung-jun
1998 Kim Hyun-jung Sechs Kies H.O.T Kim Gun-mo Shin Seung-hun Seol Woon-do Tae Jin-ah Kim Kyung-ho Uhm Jung-hwa Turbo Kim Jong-hwan
1997 Im Chang-jung Sechs Kies H.O.T Carnival Clon Seol Woon-do UP Kim Kyung-ho Lee Ji-hoon Turbo Yoo Seung-jun
1996 Noise Shin Seung-hun Jo Kwan-woo Kim Gun-mo Clon Seol Woon-do Choi Baek-ho Park Mi-kyung Panic Turbo
1995 Noise Kim Jong-seo R.ef Kim Gun-mo Clon Seol Woon-do Tae Jin-ah Park Mi-kyung Shin Hyo-beom Solid
1994 Kim Won-jun Shin Seung-hun Boohwal Kim Gun-mo Seo Taiji and Boys Seol Woon-do Kim Hyeon-chul Lim Ju-ri Shin Hyo-beom Choi Yoo-na
1993 Kim Won-jun Shin Seung-hun 015B Kim Gun-mo Seo Taiji and Boys Seol Woon-do Kim Soo-hee Kim Jeong-soo Shin Hyo-beom Lee Moon-sae Lee Seung-hwan
1992 Kim Wan-sun Shin Seung-hun 015B Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul Seo Taiji and Boys Seol Woon-do Noh Sa-yeon Yang Soo-kyung Yoon Sang Lee Seun-hwan, Oh Tae-ho The Blue Sky
1991 Kim Wan-sun Shin Seung-hun Kim Hyun-sik Min Hae-kyung Kim Ji-ae Lee Sang-woo Noh Sa-yeon Yang Soo-kyung Kim Jong-seo Lee Seun-hwan Hyun Chul
1990 Kim Wan-sun Joo Hyun-mi Kang In-won, Kwon In-ha, Kim Hyun-sik Min Hae-kyung Na-mi Byun Ji-sub Tae Jin-ah Shin Hae-chul Lee Sun-hee Kim Min-woo Hyun Chul
1989 Moon Hee-ok Joo Hyun-mi Cho Deok-bae Min Hae-kyung Joo Ha-moon Byun Ji-sub Tae Jin-ah Yang Soo-kyung Lee Sun-hee Lee Seung-chul Hyun Chul
1988 Kim Jong-chan Joo Hyun-mi Kim Hyun-sik Min Hae-kyung Lee Nam-yi Jung Su-ra Jeon Young-rok Lee Chi-hyun and His Friends Lee Sun-hee Lee Moon-sae Choi Sang-soo
1987 Kim Wan-sun Joo Hyun-mi Koo Chang-moo Min Hae-kyung Na-mi Friends Kim Byeong-rok Choi Jin-hee Lee Sun-hee Lee Moon-sae Choi Sang-soo
1986 Deulgukhwa Joo Hyun-mi Koo Chang-moo Min Hae-kyung Lee Kwang-jo Cho Yong-pil Kim Soo-hee Choi Jin-hee Lee Sun-hee Lee Moon-sae

Digital Bonsang[edit]

Year Winners
2022 Psy Lim Young-woong Ive Kim Min-seok (G)I-dle Jay Park NewJeans Big Bang
2021 STAYC IU Oh My Girl AKMU Aespa BTS Heize Lee Mu-jin
2020 Blackpink IU Oh My Girl Mamamoo Hwasa BTS Zico Itzy Noel Red Velvet
2019 Jennie Chungha Paul Kim AKMU Twice BTS MC the Max Itzy Taeyeon Jannabi
2018 Blackpink Chungha Bolbbalgan4 Mamamoo Twice BTS Roy Kim Big Bang Momoland iKon
2017 Blackpink IU Bolbbalgan4 AKMU Twice BTS Heize Big Bang Winner Red Velvet Yoon Jong-shin
2016 GFriend Lee Hi Urban Zakapa Mamamoo Twice Suzy & Baekhyun Zico Im Chang-jung Taeyeon
2015 Girls' Generation EXID AOA Zion.T J.Y. Park Sistar Kyuhyun Big Bang Taeyeon Red Velvet
2014 Beast Taeyang AOA K.Will Girl's Day Sistar Ailee Hyuna Epik High Soyou & Junggigo
2013 Psy 4Minute CNBLUE Lee Seung Chul Davichi Sistar Ailee Apink 2NE1
2012 Psy T-ara G-Dragon K.Will miss A Sistar Secret Big Bang 2NE1 Huh Gak f(x)
2011 Girls' Generation 4Minute CNBLUE K.Will miss A Sistar Secret G.NA
2010 2AM IU CNBLUE Lee Seung-gi miss A
2009 Girls' Generation Son Dam-bi Baek Ji-young Lee Seung-gi Davichi
2008 Wonder Girls MC Mong Brown Eyed Girls Jewelry
2007 Wonder Girls SeeYa Ivy

Rookie of the Year Award[edit]

Winners are listed alphabetically by year.

Year Winner[37]
2022 NewJeans
Le Sserafim
2021 STAYC
2020 Enhypen
Kim Ho-joong
2019 Itzy
Tomorrow X Together
2018 (G)I-dle
Stray Kids
2017 Wanna One
2016 Blackpink
NCT 127
2015 GFriend
2014 GOT7
Red Velvet
2013 BTS
Crayon Pop
Lim Kim
Roy Kim
2012 Exo
Lee Hi
2011 Apink
Dal Shabet
Huh Gak
2010 Sistar
2009 4Minute
2008 Shinee
2007 F.T. Island
Girls' Generation
2006 Gavy NJ
Super Junior
Winner 1986–2005
Year Winner
2005 Eru IVY Lim Jeong-hee
2004 SG Wannabe Tei
2003 Big Mama Seven
2002 Rain Wheesung
2001 Jang Na-ra Sung Si-kyung
2000 Chakra Park Hyo-shin Sky
1999 1TYM Lee Jung-hyun
1998 Fin.K.L S.E.S Taesaja
1997 Jinusean Yangpa
1996 H.O.T Idol
1995 Sung Jin-woo
1994 Two Two
1991 Shim Sin Yoon Sang
1990 Kim Min-woo Park Sung-shin
1989 Jo Gap-Gyeong Park Hak-gi
1988 Byun Ji-sub Lee Tzsche
1987 Lee Jung-suk Moon Hee-ok
1986 Kim Seung-jin Kim Wan-sun

Popularity Award[edit]

Year Winner[37]
2022 BTS
2021 BTS
2020 BTS
2019 BTS
2018 BTS
2017 Exo
2016 Shinee
2015 Shinee

Genre awards[edit]

All winners are adapted from the Golden Disc Awards website.[37]

Best R&B/Hip-Hop Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Big Naughty
2020 Changmo
2019 Zico
2015 San E

Best Trot Award[edit]

Year Winner
2020 Lim Young-woong
2019 Song Ga In
2014 Hong Jin-young
2008 Jang Yoon-jeong
2004 Tae Jin-ah
2000 Seol Woon-do

Best Ballad Award[edit]

Year Winner
2020 Lee Seung-gi
2018 Im Chang-jung

Best OST Award[edit]

Year Winner Song Drama
2020 Jo Jung-suk "Aloha" Hospital Playlist
2019 Gummy "Remember Me" Hotel del Luna
2018 Paul Kim "Every Day, Every Moment" Should We Kiss First?
2017 Ailee "I Will Go to You Like the First Snow" Goblin
2016 Gummy "You Are My Everything" Descendants of the Sun

Best Hip-Hop Award[edit]

Year Winner
2018 Mino
2014 Epik High
2013 Baechigi
2012 Epik High
2010 Supreme Team
2009 Epik High
2007 Dynamic Duo
2006 MC Mong
2005 Epik High

Best Rock Award[edit]

Year Winner
2017 Hyukoh
2011 F.T. Island
2009 Kiha & The Faces
2008 Nell
2004 Jaurim
2003 Maya
2002 Jaurim
2001 Kim Jong-seo

Best R&B/Soul Award[edit]

Year Winner
2017 Suran
2016 Crush

Special awards[edit]

All winners are adapted from the Golden Disc Awards website.[37]

Best Group Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Treasure
2021 Brave Girls
2020 Monsta X
2019 Mamamoo
2018 Male Wanna One
Female GFriend
2017 Male BtoB
Female GFriend

Best Solo Artist Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Male Be'O
Female Younha
2021 Lim Young-woong
2020 Jessi
2019 Hwasa

Performance Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Seventeen
2021 The Boyz Jeon Somi
2020 (G)I-dle Stray Kids
2019 Astro (G)I-dle
2016 Sechs Kies Sistar
2014 Beast Apink
2012 Infinite Trouble Maker

Artist of the Year Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Psy
2021 Aespa

Cosmopolitan Artist Award[edit]

Year Winner
2021 Seventeen Aespa
2020 NCT 127
2019 Twice NU'EST
2018 Blackpink Wanna One
2011 F.T. Island

Next Generation Award[edit]

Year Winner
2020 Loona The Boyz
2019 Kim Jae-hwan AB6IX Ateez
2015 Monsta X
2014 Tasty Bestie
2012 BtoB

Producer Award[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Seo Hyun-joo
2019 Bang Si-hyuk
2013 Hong Seung-seong
2009 Lee Ho-yeon
2008 Lee Soo-man
2007 Park Jin-young

International Recognition Awards[edit]

Year Winner
2022 Thai K-pop Artist Seventeen
2020 QQ Music Fans Choice K-Pop Artist Exo
2019 NetEase Fans Choice K-Pop Star BTS
2018 Global VLive Top 10 Best Artist Award BTS
NetEase Music Global Star Popularity Award
2017 Global Popularity Award Exo
2016 Asia Popularity Award Kim Jae Joong
Global K-Pop Artist Award BTS
2015 Global Popularity Award Exo
iQiyi Artist Award Big Bang Taeyeon
2014 China Good Will Star Award Got7 CNBLUE
iQiyi Popularity Award CNBLUE
2012 MSN International Award Big Bang
2011 MSN International Award Beast
MSN Japan Award Super Junior
Best Asian Group Award CNBLUE
Best Hallyu Star Award Kara
Hallyu Icon Award Infinite Rainbow Supernova
ViVi Dream Award CNBLUE
2010 MSN Asia Popularity Award Super Junior

Special Recognition Golden Disc Awards[edit]

Year Winner
2018 SSAW
2007 Kim Ah-joong
2003 Kang Won-rae
2002 Park Kyung-lim

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Winners
2022 Most Popular Artist Stray Kids
2020 Golden Choice NU'EST
Trend of the Year Zico
2016 Best K-Pop Band Award CNBLUE
2015 Best Vocal Award BtoB
Jung Yong-hwa
2014 Trend of the Year Soyou & Junggigo
2013 Commission Special Award Deul Guk Hwa
Goodwill Star Award CNBLUE
2012 Samsung Galaxy Star Award Sistar
Golden Single Award Teen Top
InStyle Fashionista Award Hongki
JTBC Best Artist Award Beast
2008 New Trend Award Kim Jong-wook

Discontinued awards[edit]

See Awards

Ceci Asia Icon Award

Year Winner
2017 Exo Twice
2016 Exo Red Velvet
2013 Shinee Sistar
2011 Beast

Achievement Award

Year Winner
2010 Park Chun-seok
2009 Song Chang-sik
2008 Kim Chang-wan
2005 Cho Yong-pil
2004 Patti Kim
2003 Yang Hee-eun
2002 Kim Serena
2001 Song Dae-kwan Ha Chun-hwa
2000 Choi Yoo-na Clon
1999 Tae Jin-ah
1998 Song Dae-kwan
1997 Hyun Sook
1996 Hyeon In
1995 Lee Mi-ja
1994 Gil Ok-yoon
1993 Shin Hong-gyun
1992 Shin Hong-gyun
1991 Lim Jeong-su

Music Video Awards

Year Award Winner Music video
2002 Music Video Award Cho PD "My Style"
Popular Music Video Award Lena Park "In Dreams"
Music Video Director's Award Kim Nam-gyeong "How Are You Doing?" by Hwayobi

Producer Daesang

Year Winner
1998 Son Myeong-su – Apple Records
1997 Jang Yong-jin – SM Entertainment
1996 Park Nam-seong – Doremi Records
1995 Sa Maeng-seok – Line Sound
1994 Lee Seong-gyun – Dukyun Industries
1993 Lee Seong-gyun – Dukyun Industries
1992 Lee Seong-gyun – Dukyun Industries
1991 Jeon Gap-sin – Sorabel Records

Encouragement Award

Year Winner
1995 Green Area
1994 Kim Min-gyo
1993 Choi Yoo-na Park Jeong-un
1992 Kim Kook-hwan Moon Hee-ok

Other Technical awards

Year Award Winner Song
1990 Planning Award Eom Yong-seop Back To You Again by Byun Jin-sub
Lyricist Award Park Joo-yeon Back To You Again; and "It's Only Love'" by Kim Min-woo
Composition Award Ha Kwang-hoon Back To You Again; and "It's Only Love'"

Most awarded artists[edit]

Most grand prizes awarded[edit]

This list includes both Album of the Year (Album Daesang) and Digital Song of the Year (Digital Song Daesang) award winners.

Awards Artist
4 Exo
3 Girls' Generation
Jo Sung-mo
Kim Gun-mo
SG Wannabe
Super Junior
2 Byeon Jin-seob
Shin Seung-hun

Most awarded overall[edit]

Awards Artist
28 BTS
20 Super Junior
18 Exo
15 Girls' Generation
13 Shinee
12 Beast
Shin Seung-hun


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