Here Are All The K-Pop Groups That Won At The 35th Japan Gold Disc Awards

Congratulations to these groups on their success in Japan! 🏆🇯🇵

Established in 1987, the Japan Gold Disc Awards has been honoring artists across Asia for decades. This year, four K-Pop groups made the cut for impeccable sales and streams in Japan throughout 2020.

1. BTS

BTS picked up a staggering eight awards at the 35th Japan Gold Disc Awards. Their biggest trophy of the night was “Best Artist (Asia)”.

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They also picked up three awards for their album releases. Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey was awarded “Album of the Year (Asia) and the “Best 3 Albums (Asia)” award. Map of the Soul 7 also received a “Best 3 Albums (Asia)” award.

Next, Love Yourself: Speak Yourself – Japan Edition was awarded “Music Video of the Year (Asia)”.

Finally, “Dynamite” received three separate awards: “Song of the Year by Downloads (Asia)”, “Song of the Year by Streaming (Asia)”, and “Best 5 Songs by Streaming (Asia)”.

We are truly thankful to our fans for giving us so much love and support. We are also grateful to our producer Bang Si-hyuk and the other staff members at Big Hit Entertainment for helping us showcase great music and performances.

— BTS, 35th Japan Gold Disc Awards

2. TXT

TXT was awarded two trophies at this year’s 35th Japan Gold Disc Awards: “New Artist of the Year (Asia)” and “Best 3 New Artists (Asia)”.

3. SEVENTEEN

SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini-album, 24H, received the “Best 3 Albums (Asia)” award alongside BTS’s releases.

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It is our honor to receive this prize. We will keep trying our best to impress people with our music.

— SEVENTEEN, 35th Japan Gold Disc Awards

4. Stray Kids

Stray Kids also picked up an award of their own: “Best 3 New Artists (Asia)”. Despite the name of the award, TXT and Stray Kids were the only two winners in this category.

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5. NiziU

Last but not least, NiziU—the Japanese girl group described as “K-Pop 3.0” by JYP Entertainment—won three awards. “Make You Happy” was awarded “Best 5 Songs by Downloads (Japan)” and “Best 5 Songs by Streaming (Japan)”.

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NiziU also won an award for “Best 5 New Artists (Japan)”.

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Source: The Japan Gold Disc Award