1999 Mnet Video Music Awards
|1999 Mnet Video Music Awards|
|Date||November 27, 1999|
|Location||Little Angels Arts Center, Seoul, South Korea|
|Hosted by||Choi Hal Li|
|Most awards||H.O.T. (2)|
|Most nominations||H.O.T., Lee Seung-hwan (3)|
|Website||Mnet Asian Music Awards|
|Network||South Korea: Mnet|
Leading the nominees were the boy-band group H.O.T. and solo artist Lee Seung-hwan with three each, followed by four artists including the new boy-band group g.o.d with three. By the end of the ceremony, boy-band group H.O.T., Lee Seung-hwan and Lee Jung-hyun received the most wins with two awards.
The award-giving body began in this year under the name "Mnet Km Music Festival" (MKMF). During this time, it was the first and only Korean music video awards ceremony. It consists of 14 categories including the Best International Artist. The grand awards (or daesang) were Best Popular Music Video and Music Video of the Year.
Winners and nomineesEdit
|Best Popular Music Video
|Music Video of the Year|
|Best New Group||Best New Solo Artist|
|Best Female Artist||Best Male Artist|
|Best Group||Best Rock Performance|
|Best Hip Hop Performance||Best Indie Performance|
|Best Dance Performance||Best Ballad Performance|
|Best Music Video Director||Best International Artist|
- Special award
- 기획상: 대한민국/전 리안 - 이채형
Artist(s) with multiple winsEdit
The following artist(s) received two or more wins (excluding the special awards):
Artist(s) with multiple nominationsEdit
The following artist(s) received two or more nominations:
Presenters and performersEdit
The following individuals and groups, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.
|Choi Hal Li||Main host of the 1st annual M.net Korean Music Festival (MKMF)|
|Joo Young-hoon (주영훈) and Yoon Son-ha||Presenters of the award for Best New Group|
|Cha Soohyun (차수현)||Interviewer/backstage host|
|Gim Rina (김리나)||Presenter/host/introducer|
|윤도현 and Kim Min (김민)||Presenters of the award for Best Indie Performance|
|김광한 and Hwang In-young (황인영)||Presenters of the award for Best International Artist|
|S.E.S., Kim Gun-mo, Uhm Jung-hwa, Puff Daddy, Yang Hyun-suk, Nam Hee-Suk (남희석)||VTR greetings|
|윤상 and Kim Hyo-jin||Presenters of the award for Best Ballad Performance|
|DJ Jun-young and DJ 수||DJs of the night|
|Yoo Ji-tae||Presenter of the award for Best Hip-Hop Performance|
|Kim Jong-jin (김종진) and Jeon Tae-kwan (전태관)||Presenters of the award for Best Rock Performance|
|Lee Jung-sik (이정식) and Park Jin-hee||Presenters of the award for Best Male Artist|
|Choi Jung-won and Kim Hyung-suk (김형석)||Presenters of the award for Best Female Artist|
|Kim Jiryong (김지룡) and 한성주||Presenters of the special award|
|Ji na Jeon (전지나)||Gives a sneak peek on how to make a music video|
|Ha Jae-bong (하재봉) and 유지나||Presenters of the award for Best Music Video Director|
|Kim Youngeon (김영언)||Introduces the history of music videos from 1997-1998|
|Yi Hwi-jae (이휘재) and Yoo Jae-suk||Presenters of the award for Best New Solo Artist|
|Oh Miran (오미란) and Yi Mu-young (이무영)||Presenters of the award for Best Dance Performance|
|Yi Yowon (이요원) and Lee Jung-jae (이정재)||Presenters of the award for Best Group|
|이잔잔 and Lee Eun-jung (이은정)||Presenters of the award for Best Popular Music Video Award|
|Hui Chun-sin (죄희춘)||Presenter of the award for Music Video of the Year|
|난타, 김대환, 박유진||traditional South Korean music/rhythm, violins||Animal Jam 1: Opening of the show|
|Team||"Farewell" (별別)||Best New Group winner|
|Honey Family||"Man's Story – My Way"||Best Hip-Hop Performance winner|
|Jaurim||"낙화"||Best Rock Performance winner|
|Kim Jong-jin (김종진), Jeon Tae-kwan (전태관),김영석, Kim Min-ki (김민기), 미인, 윤도현, Daytripper||band/medley/일곱색깔 무지개||Animal Jam 2: Middle of the show|
|Uhm Jung-hwa||"I Don't Know"||Best Female Artist winner|
|Lee Jung-hyun||"Come" (와)||Best New Artist and Best Dance Performance winner|
|H.O.T.||"I Yah!" (아이야)||Best Group winner|
|Bros 브로스||"Win Win"|
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