List of awards and nominations received by Secret

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Secret awards and nominations
Totals
Awards won 11
Nominations 23
Totals
Awards won 6

Secret is a four-member South Korean girl group formed by TS Entertainment in 2009. Secret debuted with the song "I Want You Back" on October 13, 2009. In 2010, the group released their hit single "Magic" which was nominated at the 12th Mnet Asian Music Awards for Best Dance Performance by a Female Group. The same year, the group released their number one hit single "Madonna" which won them a Bonsang award at the 20th Seoul Music Awards. With the success of "Magic" and "Madonna", the group received the "Newcomer award" at the 25th Golden Disk Awards.

"Shy Boy" earned the group's first win in Mnet's M! Countdown and SBS's Inkigayo. The song was their first Triple Crown in KBS's Music Bank and garnered them multiple awards and nominations. The song was nominated for Song of the Year and Best Dance Performance by a Female Group at the 13th Mnet Asian Music Awards. The song won a Bonsang award at the 21st Seoul Music Awards and at the 3rd Melon Music Awards. The song also won the Songs of the Year Award at the 1st Gaon Chart Awards for the month of January. Following the success of "Shy Boy", Secret released Starlight Moonlight in June 2011. The song earned them their second win in Inkigayo and won them a Digital Bonsang award at the 26th Golden Disk Award. In 2012, "Starlight Moonlight" won the Songs of the Year Award in the 1st Gaon Chart Awards for the month of June.

Major awards[edit]

Asia Model Festival Awards[edit]

The Asia Model Festival Awards is an award shows that honors people who have excelled in the entertainment industry such as in music, modelling, movies and dramas.[1] In 2011, Secret won the "Popular Singer Award" at the 2011 Asia Model Festival Awards.[2]

Year Category Recipient Result
2011 Popular Singer Award Secret Won

Gaon Chart Awards[edit]

The Gaon Chart Awards is major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea by the music portal Gaon Chart.[3] The awards show is reported to differentiate themselves from other music awards in that it will focus more on songs and albums rather than musicians. Secret has won two awards.[4][5][6]

Year Category Recipient Result
2012 Songs of the Year Award (January) Shy Boy Won
Songs of the Year Award (June) Starlight Moonlight Won

Golden Disk Awards[edit]

The Golden Disk Awards is an awards show founded in 1986 that is presented annually by the Music Industry Association of Korea for outstanding achievements in the music industry in South Korea. It is dubbed as the Korean Grammy Awards.[7] Secret has been nominated four times and has won two awards.[8][9][10][11]

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Newcomer Award Secret Won
Popularity Award Nominated
2011 Digital Bonsang "Starlight Moonlight" Won
MSN Popularity Award Secret Nominated
2012 Digital Bonsang "Poison" Won
2013 Popularity Award Secret Nominated
Disk Album Award "YooHoo" Nominated

Note: In South Korea, a bonsang award is given to the top 10 best performing artists, albums or singles during that year.

Korean Culture Entertainment Awards[edit]

The Korean Culture Entertainment Awards show was first held in 1992 with the purpose of improving the quality of Korean culture and art, as well as promoting and developing local cultural content. Secret won the "New Generation Popular Teen Singer Award" in 2010.[12]

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 New Generation Popular Teen Singer Award Secret Won

Melon Music Awards[edit]

The Melon Music Awards is a major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea. It is known for only calculating digital sales and online votes to judge winners. Secret has been nominated three times and has won one award.[13][14]

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Best Music Video "Madonna" Nominated
Newcomer Award Secret Nominated
2011 Bonsang Won

Note: In South Korea, a bonsang award is given to the top 10 best performing artists, albums or singles during that year.

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

The Mnet Asian Music Awards is a major music award show that is held by Mnet Media annually in South Korea, involving the participation of some of the most well-known actors and singers. Secret has been nominated three times.[15][16]

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Best Dance Performance - Female Group[17] "Magic" Nominated
2011 Best Dance Performance - Female Group "Shy Boy" Nominated
Song Of The Year Nominated
2012 Best Dance Performance - Female Group[18][19] "Poison" Nominated
Song Of The Year[19][20] Nominated

Seoul Music Awards[edit]

The Seoul Music Awards is an awards show founded in 1990 that is presented annually by the Sports Seoul for outstanding achievements in the music industry in South Korea.[21] Secret has won two awards.[22][23]

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Bonsang "Madonna" Won
2011 Bonsang "Shy Boy" Won
2012 Bonsang "Poison" Won
2013 Bonsang "YooHoo" Nominated
Popularity Award Secret Nominated
2014 Bonsang "Secret Summer" Nominated
Popularity Award Secret Nominated
Hallyu Special Award Secret Nominated

Note: In South Korea, a bonsang award is given to the top 10 best performing artists, albums or singles during that year.

Other awards[edit]

SBS MTV Best of the Best Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2011 Best Female Group Secret Nominated
Global Star Award Nominated
Best Live Girl Group Nominated
Top Rival Award Secret and f(x) Nominated
2012 Best Female Group Secret Nominated
Best Female Video "Poison" Nominated
Top Rival Award Secret and Orange Caramel Nominated

Music Programs[edit]

These are a collection of Secret's wins on Korea's televised music shows. Inkigayo is aired on SBS, M! Countdown is aired on Mnet and Music Bank is aired on KBS.

M! Countdown[edit]

Year Date Song
2011 January 13 "Shy Boy"[24]

Music Bank[edit]

Year Date Song
2011 February 4 "Shy Boy"[25]
February 11
February 18

Inkigayo[edit]

Year Date Song
2011 February 20 "Shy Boy"
June 19 "Starlight Moonlight"

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  25. ^ "Music Bank K-Chart Archive". Music Bank K-Chart Archive. KBS. Retrieved 13 January 2012.