List of awards and nominations received by BTS

BTS is a seven-member South Korean boy band formed under record label Big Hit Entertainment, composed of three rappers (RM, Suga, and J-Hope) and four vocalists (Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook). The group's debut single album 2 Cool 4 Skool (2013) and subsequent extended play (EP) O!RUL8,2? (2013), despite achieving little commercial success,[1] garnered them several new artist awards during late 2013 and early 2014. The group released their second EP Skool Luv Affair (2014) and first studio album Dark & Wild (2014) the following year, to a quieter awards reception; Skool Luv Affair's lead single, "Boy in Luv", received a nomination for Best Dance Performance (Male) at the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards, while Dark & Wild won a Disc Bonsang[a] at the 2015 Golden Disc Awards. BTS' third EP The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 1 (2015), won the Disc Bonsang at the 2016 Golden Disc Awards, while its lead single "I Need U" received the Best Male Dance award at the 2015 Melon Music Awards. The group's follow up EP, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 2 (2015), received an Album of the Year nomination at the 2016 Gaon Chart Music Awards, for the fourth quarter.[b] BTS' first Korean compilation album The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever (2016) earned BTS their first Daesang[c] award for Album of the Year at the 2016 Melon Music Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards. The album's second single, "Fire", received a Best Dance – Male nomination at the 2016 Melon Music Awards.

BTS awards and nominations
Seven members of BTS pose for a photo in front of a pink wall
Totals[a]
Wins463
Nominations665
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Their second studio album Wings (2016) won Album of the Year at the 26th Seoul Music Awards and Album of the Year – 4th Quarter at the 2017 Gaon Chart Music Awards. The album's lead single, "Blood Sweat & Tears", received a nomination for Song of the Year at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards. "Spring Day", a single taken from BTS' Wings reissue You Never Walk Alone (2017), won the group their first major Song of the Year award at the 9th Melon Music Awards. Their fifth EP Love Yourself: Her (2017) and single "DNA" earned BTS the Musician of the Year title at the 15th Korean Music Awards, while the EP itself received a Disc Daesang at the 32nd Golden Disc Awards and Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter at the 2018 Gaon Chart Music Awards. BTS' third Korean studio album Love Yourself: Tear (2018) won Album of the Year at both the 2018 Melon Music Awards and the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards. The album's lead single "Fake Love" won both Song of the Year and Best Pop Song at the 16th Korean Music Awards. Their second Korean compilation album Love Yourself: Answer (2018) garnered BTS their third Artist of the Year at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards and a Disc Daesang at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards. At the 2019 Melon Music Awards, BTS became the first group to win all Daesangs at a year-end award show with their sixth EP Map of the Soul: Persona and lead single "Boy with Luv" (2019).[5] The group also won all four Daesangs at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards,[6][7] making them the artist with the most Daesang wins in Mnet Asian Music Awards history, and the artist with the most Daesang wins overall. The following year, BTS further extended this record when they again won all Daesangs at both the 2020 Melon Music Awards and the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards.[8] The most-awarded artist in South Korean history, they have won 63 Daesangs as of December 2021 and remain the only artist to do so.[9]

BTS have attained 26 Guinness World Records, including for the most Twitter engagements[10] and for the most viewed video/music video on YouTube in 24 hours, achieving the latter every year since 2018 and most recently with "Butter". Following their claiming of 13 world records in 2021 alone,[11] the group was inducted into the record body's 2022 Hall of Fame.[12] They have consecutively won Billboard's Top Social Artist award since 2017; are the only K-pop group to win the Top Duo/Group award at the Billboard Music Awards;[13] and are the most-awarded group in BBMA history as of 2022, with 12 wins overall.[14] They are also the only K-pop group to win Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock and Favorite Social Artist at the American Music Awards,[15] and in 2021, became the first Asian act in the show's history to win Artist of the Year.[16] They are the first Korean pop act to receive a Grammy Award nomination,[17] and the first Korean artist to be nominated for a Brit Award.[18] BTS have also placed on the Time 100 in 2019, and are the youngest ever recipients of the South Korean Order of Cultural Merit.[19] They were appointed Special Presidential Envoys for public diplomacy by South Korean President Moon Jae-in in July 2021. In 2022, the group won 10 awards at the 36th Japan Gold Disc Awards, including a record fourth consecutive Artist of the Year (Asia), to become the most-awarded—30 in total—foreign artist in the history of the ceremony. They are the only foreign artist to achieve as many consecutive wins in the category, and to receive 10 awards in a single ceremony.[20]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee(s) of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee(s)/work(s) Result Ref.
American Music Awards 2018 Favorite Social Artist BTS Won [21]
2019 Favorite Duo or Group Pop/Rock Won [22]
Favorite Social Artist Won
Tour of the Year Won
2020 Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock Won [23]
Favorite Social Artist Won
2021 Artist of the Year Won [24]
Favorite Pop Duo or Group Won
Favorite Pop Song "Butter" Won
Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian 2019 Popular Korean Artist BTS Won [25]
APAN Music Awards 2020 APAN Top 10 (Bonsang) Won [26]
Best Group – Male (Domestic) Won
No. 1 Achievement (Daesang) Won [27]
Best Group – Male (Global) Nominated [28]
Best Icon Nominated [29]
Best Music Video Nominated
Best Performance Nominated [30]
KT Seezn Star Award – Singer Nominated [31]
Asia Artist Awards 2016 Best Artist Award – Music Won [32]
Best Icon Award – Music Won
Popularity Award – Music Nominated [33]
2017 Nominated [34]
2018 Artist of the Year – Music Won [35]
Daesang Award – Music Won
Fabulous Award – Music Won
Korean Tourism Appreciation Award Won
Popularity Award – Music Won
2019 AAA X Dongnam Media & FPT Polytechnic Popularity Award Nominated [36]
Popularity Award – Music Shortlisted [37]
2020 Best of Best Popularity Award Won [38]
Popularity Award – Singer (Male) Won
Song of the Year "Dynamite" Won
2021 "Butter" Won [39]
U+IdolLive Popularity Award – Male Group BTS Won
AAA Japan Popularity Award – Idol Group (Male) Nominated [40]
The Asian Awards 2018 Outstanding Achievement in Music Won [41]
BBC Radio1 Teen Awards 2018 Best International Group Won [42]
Social Media Star Won
Billboard Music Awards 2017 Top Social Artist Won [43]
2018 Won [44]
2019 Top Duo/Group Won [45]
Top Social Artist Won [46]
2020 Won [47]
Top Duo/Group Nominated [48]
2021 Won [49]
Top Selling Song "Dynamite" Won
Top Social Artist BTS Won
Top Song Sales Artist Won
2022 Top Duo/Group Won [50]
Top Selling Song "Butter" Won
Top Song Sales Artist BTS Won
Top Global 200 (Excl. U.S.) Artist Nominated [51]
Top Global 200 (Excl. U.S.) Song "Butter" Nominated
Top Rock Song[d] "My Universe" Nominated
Top Selling Song "Permission to Dance" Nominated
BraVo Music Awards[e] 2019 Group of the Year BTS Won [55]
Bravo Otto 2019 Best Group/Duo Gold [56]
2020 Best K-Pop Silver [57][58]
2021 Silver [59]
2022 Best Group/Duo Silver [60]
BreakTudo Awards 2017 Best Fandom Won [61]
Best International Group Won
2018 Best Fandom Won [62]
Best International Group Won
Favorite K-Pop Group Won
K-pop Male Group Won
2019 Best International Fandom Won [63]
Best International Group Won
Boom Video of the Year "Boy with Luv" Nominated [64]
K-pop Male Group BTS Nominated
2020 International Fandom Nominated [65]
International Group Nominated
International Music Video "Stay Gold" Nominated
K-pop Male Group BTS Nominated
2021 International Hit "Butter" Won [66]
International Fandom BTS Nominated
International Group Nominated
International Music Video "Dynamite" Nominated
K-pop Male Group BTS Nominated
Brit Awards 2021 International Group Nominated [67]
2022 Nominated [68]
E! People's Choice Awards 2018 Group of the Year Won [69]
Music Video of the Year "Idol" Won
Social Celebrity of the Year BTS Won
Song of the Year "Idol" Won
2019 The Concert Tour of 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself Nominated [70]
The Group of 2019 BTS Nominated
The Music Video of 2019 "Boy with Luv" Nominated
2020 The Album of 2020 Map of the Soul: 7 Won [71]
The Group of 2020 BTS Won
The Music Video of 2020 "Dynamite" Won
The Song of 2020 Won
2021 The Group of 2021 BTS Won [72]
The Music Video of 2021 "Butter" Won
The Song of 2021 Won
The Music Video of 2021[d] "My Universe" Nominated [73]
Edaily Culture Awards[f] 2019 Concert Category Love Yourself World Tour Won [76]
Grand Prize BTS Won
The Fact Music Awards 2019 Artist of the Year Won [77]
Best Album Love Yourself: Answer Won
Daesang Award BTS Won
Idol Live Popularity Award Won
Fan N Star Choice Artist Award Nominated [78]
2020 Artist of the Year Won [79]
Daesang Award Won
Listeners's Choice Award Won
TMA Popularity Award Won
Fan N Star Artist Award Nominated [80]
2020 Daesang Award Won [81]
Listener's Choice Award Won
Worldwide Icon Award Won
Year's Artist Award Won
Fan N Star Choice Award Nominated [82]
TMA Popularity Award Nominated
2021 Artist of the Year Won [83]
Daesang Award Won
Fan N Star Most Voted Artist Won
Listener's Choice Award Won
U+Idol Live Popularity Award Won
Best ADs Award Nominated [84]
Fan N Star Choice Award – Artist Nominated
2022 Global Fan N Star Award Pending [85]
Gaffa-Prisen 2019 Best International Album Love Yourself: Answer Won [86]
Best International Band BTS Won
Best New International Name Nominated [87]
2021 Best International Album Map of the Soul: 7 Won [88]
Best International Band BTS Won
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2014 Best New Artist (Male Group) Won [89]
2015 World Rookie Award Won
2016 K-Pop World Hallyu Star Award Won [89]
Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 1 Nominated [90]
Album of the Year – 4th Quarter The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 2 Nominated
2017 Album of the Year – 4th Quarter Wings Won [89]
V Live Global Popularity Award BTS Won
Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever Nominated [91]
Song of the Year – October "Blood Sweat & Tears" Nominated [92]
2018 Album of the Year – 1st Quarter You Never Walk Alone Won [89]
Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter Love Yourself: Her Won
Song of the Year – February "Spring Day" Nominated [93]
Song of the Year – September "DNA" Nominated
2019 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Love Yourself: Tear Won [94]
Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter Love Yourself: Answer Won
K-pop Contribution Award BTS Won [95]
Song of the Year – May "Fake Love" Nominated [3]
"The Truth Untold" Nominated
Song of the Year – August "Idol" Nominated
2020 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Map of the Soul: Persona Won [96]
Retail Album of the Year Won
Social Hot Star of the Year BTS Won
Song of the Year – April "Boy with Luv" Nominated [97]
2021 Album of the Year – 1st Quarter Map of the Soul: 7 Won [98]
Album of the Year – 4th Quarter Be Won
Retail Album of the Year Map of the Soul: 7 Won
Song of the Year – February "On" Won
Song of the Year – August "Dynamite" Won
Song of the Year – November "Life Goes On" Won
Mubeat Global Choice Award – Male BTS Nominated [99]
Song of the Year – January "Black Swan" Nominated [100]
Song of the Year – February "Filter" Nominated
"Friends" Nominated
"Zero O'Clock" Nominated
Song of the Year – October "Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) (BTS Remix)" Nominated [101]
2022 Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter Butter Won [102]
Mubeat Global Choice Award – Male BTS Won
Music Steady Seller of the Year "Dynamite" Won
Retail Album of the Year Butter Won
Social Hot Star of the Year BTS Won
Song of the Year – May "Butter" Won
Song of the Year – July "Permission to Dance" Won
Song of the Year – September[d] "My Universe" Won
Genie Music Awards 2018 Artist of the Year BTS Won [103]
Album of the Year (Digital) Love Yourself: Answer Won
Best Dance Performance (Male) "Idol" Won
Best Music Video Won
Best Fandom BTS Won
Best Group (Male) Won
Best Style Won
Genie Music Popularity Award Won
Idol Champ Global Popularity Award Won
Best Rap/Hip Hop Performance "Fake Love" Nominated [104]
Song of the Year Nominated
"Idol" Nominated
Best-Selling Artist of the Year BTS Nominated
2019 Genie Music Popularity Award Won [105]
Global Popularity Award Won
The Male Group Won
Performing Artist (Male) Won
Top Artist Won
Top Video Won
The Best-Selling Artist Nominated [106]
The Top Music Nominated
2020 Album of the Year Map of the Soul: 7 Won [107]
Best Single – Dance "Dynamite" Won [108]
Artist of the Year BTS Nominated [109]
Global Awards 2022 Best Group Pending [110]
Golden Disc Awards 2014 Rookie of the Year Won [111]
2015 Disc Bonsang Dark & Wild Won [112]
Disc Daesang[g] Shortlisted
2016 Disc Bonsang The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 1 Won [114]
Disc Daesang Shortlisted
Global Popularity Award BTS Nominated [115]
2017 Disc Bonsang Wings Won [116]
Global K-Pop Artist Award BTS Won
Asia Popularity Award Nominated [117]
Disc Daesang Wings Shortlisted [116]
2018 Digital Bonsang "Spring Day" Won [118]
Disc Bonsang Love Yourself: Her Won
Disc Daesang Won
Digital Daesang "Spring Day" Shortlisted [119]
Global Popularity Award BTS Nominated [120]
2019 Digital Bonsang "Fake Love" Won [121][122]
Disc Bonsang Love Yourself: Answer Won
Disc Daesang Won
Global V Live Best Artist Award BTS Won [121]
Most Popular K-pop Star Won
Popularity Award Won
Digital Daesang "Fake Love" Shortlisted
2020 Digital Bonsang "Boy with Luv" Won [123]
Digital Daesang Won
Disc Bonsang Map of the Soul: Persona Won
Disc Daesang Won
Fans' Choice K-pop Star Award BTS Won
Popularity Award Won
2021 Album of the Year (Daesang) Map of the Soul: 7 Won [124]
Best Album (Bonsang) Won
Best Digital Song (Bonsang) "Dynamite" Won
Most Popular Artist Award BTS Won
Digital Daesang "Dynamite" Shortlisted [125]
Fans' Choice K-pop Star Award BTS Nominated [126]
2022 Album of the Year (Daesang) Be Won [127]
Best Album (Bonsang) Won
Best Digital Song (Bonsang) "Butter" Won
Most Popular Artist Award BTS Won
Grammy Awards 2021 Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Dynamite" Nominated [128]
2022 "Butter" Nominated [129]
iF Product Design Awards 2018 Corporate Identity and Branding Award BTS Won [130]
IFPI Awards 2020 Global Album All Format Album Award Map of the Soul: 7 Won [131]
Global Album Sales Award Won [132]
Global Recording Artist of 2020 BTS Won [133]
2021 Global Recording Artist of 2021 Won [134]
iHeartRadio MMVAs 2018 Fan Fave Duo or Group Won [135]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018 Best Boy Band Won [136]
Best Fan Army Won
2019 Won [137]
2020 Won [138]
Best Music Video "Boy with Luv" Won
2021 Best Fan Army BTS Won [139]
Best Music Video "Dynamite" Won
Favorite Music Video Choreography Won
Best Duo/Group of the Year BTS Nominated [140]
2022 Best Fan Army Won [141]
Best Music Video "Butter" Won
Best Duo/Group of the Year BTS Nominated [142]
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2015 Best 3 New Artists (Asia) Won [143]
New Artist of the Year (Asia) Won
2017 Best 3 Albums (Asia) Youth Won [144]
2019 Album of the Year (Asia) Face Yourself Won [145]
Best 3 Albums (Asia) Won
Love Yourself: Answer Won
Best Asian Artist BTS Won
Best Music Video Recording (Asia) 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour ~Special Edition~ at Kyocera Dome Won
2020 Best 5 Singles "Lights/Boy with Luv" Won [146]
Best Asian Artist BTS Won
Best Music Video (Asia) BTS World Tour: Love Yourself (Japan Edition) Won
Song of the Year by Download (Asia) "Lights" Won
2021 Album of the Year (Asia) Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey Won [147]
Best 3 Albums (Asia) Map of the Soul: 7 Won
Map of the Soul: 7 – The Journey Won
Best 5 Songs by Streaming "Dynamite" Won
Best Artist (Asia) BTS Won
Music Video of the Year (Asia) BTS World Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself (Japan Edition) Won
Song of the Year by Download (Asia) "Dynamite" Won
Song of the Year by Streaming (Asia) Won
2022 Album of the Year (Asia) BTS, the Best Won [148]
Best 3 Albums (Asia) Won
Best 5 Songs by Download "Butter" Won
Best 5 Songs by Streaming Won
"Permission to Dance" Won
Best Artist (Asia) BTS Won
Music Video of the Year (Asia) Map of the Soul ON:E Won
Song of the Year by Download (Asia) "Butter" Won
Song of the Year by Download (Western Music)[d] "My Universe" Won
Song of the Year by Streaming (Asia) "Butter" Won
Japan Record Awards 2020 Special International Music Award BTS Won [149]
2021 Won [150]
KOMCA Awards 2021 Song of the Year "Boy with Luv" Won [151]
2022 "Dynamite" Won [152]
Korea First Brand Awards[h] 2019 Male Idol of the Year BTS Won [153]
2020 Won [154]
2021 Won [155]
Korea Popular Music Awards[i] 2018 Best Album of the Year Love Yourself: Answer Won [157]
Bonsang Award BTS Won
Best Artist Nominated [158]
Best Digital Song "Idol" Nominated
Popularity Award BTS Nominated
Korean Broadcasting Awards[j] 2017 Artist Award Won [159]
2018 Won [160]
2020 Won [161]
2021 Best Male Artist Won [162]
Popularity Award – Artist Won
Korean Music Awards 2018 Musician of the Year Won [163]
Best Pop Album Love Yourself: Her Nominated [164]
Best Pop Song "DNA" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2019 Best Pop Song "Fake Love" Won [165]
Musician of the Year BTS Won
Song of the Year "Fake Love" Won
Album of the Year Love Yourself: Answer Nominated [166]
Best Pop Album Nominated
Best Pop Song "Idol" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2020 Best Pop Song "Boy with Luv" Nominated [167]
Musician of the Year BTS Nominated
Song of the Year "Boy with Luv" Nominated
2021 Best Pop Song "Dynamite" Won [168]
Song of the Year Won
Album of the Year Map of the Soul: 7 Nominated [169]
Best Pop Album Nominated
Musician of the Year BTS Nominated
2022 Won [170]
Best K-pop Song "Butter" Nominated [171]
Song of the Year Nominated
Korean PD Awards[k] 2021 Performer Award BTS Won [175]
LOS40 Music Awards 2021 Best International Act Nominated [176]
Best International Song "Dynamite" Nominated
Melon Music Awards 2013 New Artist of the Year BTS Won [177]
2015 Best Dance – Male "I Need U" Won
Top 10 Artists BTS Nominated [178]
2016 Album of the Year The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever Won [177]
Top 10 Artists BTS Won
Best Dance – Male "Fire" Nominated [179]
Kakao Hot Star BTS Nominated [180]
Netizen Popularity Award Nominated [181]
2017 Best Music Video "DNA" Won [177]
Global Artist BTS Won
Song of the Year "Spring Day" Won
Top 10 Artists BTS Won
Album of the Year You Never Walk Alone Nominated [182]
Artist of the Year BTS Nominated [183]
Best Dance – Male "DNA" Nominated [184]
Kakao Hot Star Award BTS Nominated [185]
Netizen Popularity Award Nominated [183]
2018 Album of the Year Love Yourself: Tear Won [177]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Rap/Hip Hop Song "Fake Love" Won
Global Artist Award BTS Won
Kakao Hot Star Award Won
Netizen Popularity Award Won
Top 10 Artists Won
Song of the Year "Fake Love" Nominated [186]
2019 Album of the Year Map of the Soul: Persona Won [187]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Dance – Male "Boy with Luv" Won
Kakao Hot Star Award BTS Won
Netizen's Favorite Artist Won
Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year "Boy with Luv" Won
Top 10 Artists BTS Won
2020 Album of the Year Map of the Soul: 7 Won [188]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Dance – Male "Dynamite" Won
Netizen Popularity Award BTS Won
Song of the Year "Dynamite" Won
Top 10 Artists BTS Won
Best Pop "Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) (BTS Remix)" Nominated [189]
Best Rap/Hip Hop "On" Nominated
2021 Best Collaboration[d] "My Universe" Won [190]
Best Male Group BTS Won
Netizen Popularity Award Won
Song of the Year "Butter" Won
Top 10 Artists BTS Won
Album of the Year Be Nominated [191]
Meus Prêmios Nick 2017 International Show of the Year The Wings Tour Won [192]
2018 Best Fandom BTS Won [193]
2019 Favorite International Artist Won [194]
Favorite International Hit "Boy with Luv" Won
Fandom of the Year BTS Nominated
2020 Nominated [195]
Favorite International Artist Nominated
2021 Challenge Hits of the Year "Permission to Dance" Won [196]
Fandom of the Year BTS Won
Favorite International Hit "Butter" Won
Favorite Music Group BTS Won
Video of the Year "Butter" Won
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2013 Best New Male Artist BTS Nominated [197]
2014 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Boy in Luv" Nominated [198]
2015 World Performer BTS Won [199]
Best Male Group Nominated [200]
Album of the Year The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 1 Shortlisted [201]
2016 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Blood Sweat & Tears" Won [202]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Male Group Nominated [203]
Best Music Video "Blood Sweat & Tears" Nominated [204]
Album of the Year Wings Shortlisted [205]
Song of the Year "Blood Sweat & Tears" Nominated [206]
iQiyi Worldwide Favorite Artist BTS Nominated [207]
2017 Best Asian Style in Hong Kong Won [208]
Artist of the Year Won
Best Music Video "Spring Day" Won [209]
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "DNA" Nominated [210]
Best Male Group BTS Nominated
Qoo10 2017 Favorite K-Pop Star Nominated [211]
Mwave Global Fans' Choice "DNA" Nominated [212]
Album of the Year Love Yourself: Her Shortlisted [213]
Song of the Year "DNA" Longlisted [214]
2018 Album of the Year Love Yourself: Tear Won [215]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Asian Style Won
Favorite Dance Artist (Male) Won
Favorite Music Video "Idol" Won
Best Music Video Won
Mwave Global Fans' Choice "Fake Love" Won
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 BTS Won
Worldwide Icon of the Year Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Fake Love" Nominated [216]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Male Group BTS Nominated
2019 Album of the Year Map of the Soul: Persona Won [6]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group Won
Best Male Group Won
Best Music Video Won
Qoo10 Favorite Male Artist Won
Song of the Year "Boy with Luv" Won
Worldwide Fans Choice BTS Won
Worldwide Icon of the Year Won
2020 2020 Visionary Won [217]
Album of the Year Map of the Soul: 7 Won [218]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Male Group Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Dynamite" Won
Best Music Video Won
Song of the Year Won
Worldwide Fans Choice Top 10 BTS Won
Worldwide Icon of the Year Won
2021 2021 Visionary Won [219]
Album of the Year Be Won [220]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Butter" Won
Best Male Group BTS Won
Best Music Video "Butter" Won
Song of the Year Won
TikTok Favorite Moment BTS Won
Worldwide Fans Choice Top 10 Won
Worldwide Icon of the Year Won
Best Collaboration[d] "My Universe" Nominated [221]
Song of the Year[d] Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards 2014 Best Korean Act BTS Nominated [222]
2015 Won [223]
Best Worldwide Act: Asia Nominated
2018 Biggest Fans Won [224]
Best Group Won
2019 Biggest Fans Won [225]
Best Group Won
Best Live Won
Best Collaboration Nominated [226]
2020 Biggest Fans Won [227]
Best Group Won
Best Song "Dynamite" Won
Best Virtual Live Bang Bang Con: The Live Won
Best Pop "Dynamite" Nominated [228]
2021 Best Group BTS Won [229]
Best K-pop Won
Best Pop Won
Biggest Fans Won
MTV Millennial Awards 2018 Fandom of the Year Won [230]
K-Pop Revolution Won
2019 K-Pop Explosion Won [231]
Fandom of the Year Nominated [232]
2021 Won [233]
K-Pop Dominion Won
2022 Global Hit of the Year[d] "My Universe" Pending [234]
K-Pop Dominion BTS Pending
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2018 K-Pop Explosion Won [235]
Fandom of the Year Won
2019 K-Pop Explosion Won [236]
Fandom of the Year Won
2020 Won [237]
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2021 Best Music Documentary Break the Silence: The Movie Won [238]
MTV Video Music Awards 2019 Best Group BTS Won [239]
Best K-Pop "Boy with Luv" Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
2020 Best Choreography "On" Won [240]
Best Group BTS Won
Best K-Pop "On" Won
Best Pop Won
2021 Best K-Pop "Butter" Won [241]
Group of the Year BTS Won
Song of Summer "Butter" Won
Best Choreography "Butter" Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Song of the Year "Dynamite" Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2018 Best Group Video – International "Fake Love" Won [242]
2019 Best Buzz Award BTS Won [243]
2020 Best Group Video – International "Dynamite" Won [244]
Best Video of the Year Nominated [245]
2021 Best Collaboration Video[d] "My Universe" Won [246]
Best Group Video – International "Butter" Won
Best Video of the Year Pending [247]
Myx Music Awards 2019 Favorite International Video "Fake Love" Won [248]
2020 "Boy with Luv" Won [249]
2021 "Dynamite" Won [250]
Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards 2017 Best Fandom BTS Nominated [251]
Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated
2018 Best Fandom Won [252]
Favorite International Artist or Group Won
Nickelodeon Colombia Kids' Choice Awards 2017 Best Fandom Nominated [253]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2018 Favorite Global Music Star Won [254]
2020 Favorite Music Group Won [255]
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated [256]
2021 Won [257]
Favorite Music Group Won
Favorite Song "Dynamite" Won
2022 Favorite Music Group BTS Won [258]
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated [259]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2017 Favorite International Artist or Group Won [260]
Best Fandom Nominated [261]
2018 Won [262]
2019 Won [263]
Favorite International Artist or Group Won
2020 Favorite Fandom Won [264]
World Hit "On" Won
2021 Best Fandom BTS Won [265]
Best K-Pop Won
World Hit "Butter" Won
NME Awards 2020 Music Moment of the Year BTS Won [266]
Best Band in the World Nominated [267]
Best Collaboration "Boy with Luv" Nominated
Best Music Film Bring the Soul: The Movie Nominated
2022 Best Collaboration[d] "My Universe" Nominated [268]
Best Song in the World "Butter" Nominated
NRJ Music Awards 2020 Best International Group BTS Won [269]
2021 International Collaboration of the Year[d] "My Universe" Won [270]
Premios Odeón[l] 2021 Odeón International Artist BTS Nominated [273]
Proud Korean Awards[m] 2018 National Prestige Award – Music Won [275]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2018 Best Dance Track "Mic Drop" Won [276]
Best Music Group BTS Won
Best Song That Makes You Smile "DNA" Won
Fiercest Fans BTS Won
2019 Global Phenom Award Won [277]
Rockbjörnen 2020 Best Fans Won [278]
Foreign Song of the Year "On" Won
2021 Foreign Song of the Year "Dynamite" Won [279]
Best Fans BTS Nominated [280]
Seoul Music Awards 2014 Best New Artist Won [281]
2015 Bonsang Award Won [282]
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [283]
Popularity Award Nominated [284]
2016 Bonsang Award Won [285]
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [286]
Popularity Award Nominated
2017 Album of the Year Wings Won [287]
Best Male Dance Performance BTS Won
Best Music Video "Blood Sweat & Tears" Won
Bonsang Award BTS Won
Artist of the Year Nominated [288]
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [289]
Popularity Award Nominated
2018 Artist of the Year Won [290]
Bonsang Award Won
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [291]
Popularity Award Nominated [292]
2019 Album of the Year Love Yourself: Tear Won [293]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Bonsang Award Won
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [294]
Popularity Award Nominated [295]
2020 Album Daesang Map of the Soul: Persona Won [296]
Bonsang Award Won
K-Wave Award BTS Nominated [297]
Popularity Award Nominated
QQ Music Most Popular K-Pop Artist Award Nominated [298]
2021 Best Album Map of the Soul: 7 Won [299]
Best Song "Dynamite" Won
Bonsang Award Map of the Soul: 7 Won
Grand Award (Daesang) BTS Won
K-Wave Popularity Award Won
WhosFandom Award Won [300]
Fan PD Artist Award Nominated [301]
Popularity Award Nominated [302]
2022 Bonsang Award Won [303]
World Best Artist Won
U+Idol Live Best Artist Award Won
K-wave Popularity Award Nominated [304]
Popularity Award Nominated
Shorty Awards 2017 Best in Music Won [305]
Soompi Awards 2014 Rookie of the Year Won [306]
2015 Best Choreography "Danger" Nominated [307]
Best Fandom BTS Nominated
2016 Best Choreography "Dope" Won [308]
Best Stage Outfit Won
Breakout Artist BTS Won
Album of the Year The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Pt. 1 Nominated [309]
Artist of the Year BTS Nominated [310]
Best Male Group Nominated [311]
Best Music Video "I Need U" Nominated [309]
2017 Album of the Year Wings Won [312]
Song of the Year "Blood Sweat & Tears" Won
Fuse Music Video of the Year Nominated [313]
Artist of the Year BTS Nominated [314]
Best Fandom Nominated [315]
Best Male Group Nominated
Best Choreography "Fire" Nominated [316]
2018 Album of the Year You Never Walk Alone Won [317]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Choreography "DNA" Won
Fuse Video of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Collaboration "Mic Drop" Won
Best Male Group BTS Nominated [318]
Twitter Best Fandom Nominated
2019 Album of the Year Love Yourself: Answer Won [319]
Artist of the Year BTS Won
Best Collaboration "Waste It On Me" Won
Best Male Group BTS Won
Best Web Series Burn the Stage Won
Music Video of the Year "Fake Love" Won
Song of the Year Nominated [320]
Latin America Popularity Award BTS Nominated
Twitter Best Fandom Nominated
Soribada Best K-Music Awards 2017 Hallyu Star Won [321]
Bonsang Award Nominated [322][323]
2018 Bonsang Award Won [324]
Daesang Award Won
World Social Artist Award Won [325]
Global Fandom Award Nominated [326]
Popularity Award (Male) Nominated [327]
2019 Bonsang Award Won [328]
Daesang Award – Artist of the Year Won
Popularity Award (Male) Won
2020 Bonsang Award Won [329]
Daesang Award Won
Popularity Award (Male) Won
Space Shower Music Awards 2021 Best International Artist Won [330]
People's Choice Won
2022 Best International Artist Won [331]
Spotify Awards[n] 2020 Most Listened K-pop Artist (Male) Won [334]
Swiss Music Awards 2021 Best Group International Nominated [335]
Teen Choice Awards 2017 Choice International Artist Won [336]
2018 Choice Fandom Won [337]
Choice International Artist Won
2019 Choice Collaboration "Boy with Luv" Won [338]
Choice Fandom BTS Won
Choice International Artist Won
Choice Summer Tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself World Tour Won
Telehit Awards 2019 Best K-pop of the Year BTS Won [339]
Best Video of the Public "Boy with Luv" Nominated
UK Music Video Awards 2020 Best Pop Video – International "On" Nominated [340]
Variety's Hitmakers 2019 Group of the Year BTS Won [341]
2021 Record of the Year "Butter" Won [342]
V Chart Awards 2014 Rookie Award BTS Won [343]
2017 Best Stage Performance Won [344]
V Live Awards 2017 Global Artist Top 10 Won [345]
2018 Won [346]
The Most Hearted Star of Vietnam Won [347]
2019 Best Artist Won [348]
Best Channel Won
Best V Original Run BTS! Won
Video of the Year BTS Won
Global Artist Top 12 Won [349]
The Most Loved Artist Won [350]
The WSJ Innovator Awards 2020 Music Innovator Won [351]

Other accoladesEdit

State and cultural honorsEdit

 
BTS at the ninth Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, where they were awarded the Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit. (October 24, 2018)
Key
  Indicates an honor BTS was considered for only
Name of country or organization, year given, and name of honor
Country or organization Year Honor Ref.
South Korea 2016 Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation[o] [355]
2017   Presidential Commendation[o] [356]
2018 Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit (5th class)[o] [357]
2021 Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture [358]
Asia Society 2020 Game Changer Award [359]
The Korea Society James A. Van Fleet Award [360]

ListiclesEdit

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Billboard 2021 The Greatest Pop Star By Year: 1981–2020 2020 [361]
Bloomberg 2018 The Bloomberg 50 Placed [362]
CNN 2019 The 10 Artists Who Transformed Music in the 2010s Placed [363]
Consequence of Sound 2020 Band of the Year Placed [364]
Esquire 2021 10 Best Pop Bands of All Time Placed [365]
Forbes 2017 Korea Power Celebrity 5th [366]
2018 30 Under 30 (Asia) Placed [367]
Korea Power Celebrity 1st [368]
2019 Celebrity 100 43rd [369]
Korea Power Celebrity 2nd [370]
2020 100 Digital Stars (Asia) Placed [371]
Celebrity 100 47th [372]
Korea Power Celebrity 1st [373]
2021 1st [374]
2022 1st [375]
Gold House[p] 2019 A100 List Placed [378]
2020 Placed [379]
2021 A100 Hall of Fame Inducted [380]
Sisa Journal[q] 2018 Most Influential People in Broadcasting and Entertainment 2nd [385]
Person of the Year Placed [386]
Who Makes Korea Move 16th [387]
2019 Most Influential People in Broadcasting and Entertainment 1st [388]
Who Makes Korea Move 8th [389]
2020 100 Next Generation Leaders – Culture and Arts 3rd [390]
Who Makes Korea Move 9th [391]
Time 2017 25 Most Influential People on the Internet Placed [392]
2018 Placed [393]
Next Generation Leaders Placed [394]
2019 25 Most Influential People on the Internet Placed [395]
Time 100 Placed [396]
2020 Entertainer of the Year Placed [397]
United Nations 2019 Global Sustainable Future Leaders 1st [398]
2020 1st [399]
2021 1st [400]
Wired 2019 The 10 Best Artists of the 2010s Placed [401]

World recordsEdit

 
BTS filming "Boy with Luv" music video on March 15, 2019. The track attained three Guinness World Records.
Key
  Indicates a now former record holder[r]
Name of publication, year the record was awarded, name of the record, and the name of the record holder
Publication Year World record Record holder Ref.
Guinness World Records 2017 Most viewed music video online in 24 hours by a K-pop group   "DNA" [402]
Most Twitter engagements (average retweets) overall BTS
Most Twitter engagements (average retweets) for a music group [403]
2018 Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours   "Idol"
First Korean act to reach No.1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart BTS [404]
First Korean act to reach No.1 on the Billboard Artist 100 [405]
First K-pop group to reach the Top 10 on the US singles chart [406]
2019 Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group   "Boy with Luv" [407]
Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours
Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours
Best-selling album in South Korea   Map of the Soul: Persona [408]
Fastest to reach one million followers on TikTok BTS [409]
2020 Most weeks at No.1 on Billboard Social 50 chart [410]
Best-selling album in South Korea Map of the Soul: 7 [411]
Highest annual earnings for a K-Pop band (current year) BTS [412]
Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group   "Dynamite" [413]
Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours
Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours "Dynamite"
Most simultaneous viewers for a music video on YouTube Premieres [414]
Most viewers for the premiere of a video on YouTube   "Dynamite" [415]
Most viewers for a music concert live stream on a bespoke platform BTS [416]
Most "daesang" ("grand prize") awards won at the Mnet Asian Music Awards [417]
2021 Most Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards won by a music group[s]   BTS [418]
Most weeks on the US Hot 100 by a K-pop track "Dynamite" [419]
Most weeks at No.1 on Billboard's Digital Song Sales Chart
Most streamed act on Spotify (group) BTS [420]
Most followers on Instagram for a music group [421]
Most viewers for the premiere of a video on YouTube "Butter" [422]
Most viewers for the premiere of a music video on YouTube
Most streamed track on Spotify in the first 24 hours
Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours
Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group
2022 Most followers on TikTok for a music group BTS [423]
Most followers on Twitter for a music group
Most Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards won by a music group [424]
Most followers on Spotify (group) [425]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ A Bonsang (Korean본상), which translates to "main prize", is a major award given at a South Korean award ceremony.[2]
  2. ^ The Gaon Chart Music Awards presents four Album of the Year awards, for each quarter of the year. Data for the award is collected through the album's first charting week and the six following.[3]
  3. ^ A Daesang (Korean대상), which translates to "grand prize", is the highest honor given out at South Korean music award ceremonies in recognition of the artist(s) with the greatest physical and digital achievements for the year.[4]
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k shared with Coldplay
  5. ^ The International Professional "BraVo" Music Awards are an annual Russian award ceremony inaugurated in 2017 and held with the support of the Russian Ministry of Culture and the Bolshoi Theater.[52] It celebrates the achievements of global artists in the fields of classical and popular music, with the participation of industry professionals from partnering countries like Japan, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Korean Republic, Mongolia, India, Singapore, and CIS countries.[53] Winners are selected by experts within the Russian music industry, and awarded across 24 categories, equally divided between both genres.[54]
  6. ^ The Edaily Culture Awards are a South Korean award ceremony established in 2013 to honor the year's best achievements in six categories: theatre, classical, dance, Korean music, musicals and concerts. Winners are selected by a panel of 54 judges who are professionals in each field.[74][75]
  7. ^ At the Golden Disc Awards, the daesang (grand prize) winner is chosen out of the ten bonsang (main prize) winners.[113]
  8. ^ The Korea First Brand Awards is hosted by the Korea Consumer Brand Committee and the Korea Consumer Forum. Awards are based on a nationwide survey held in South Korea.[153]
  9. ^ The Korea Popular Music Awards were jointly established in 2018 by the Korea Singers Association, the Korea Entertainment Producer’s Association, the Recording Industry Association of Korea, the Federation of Korean Music Performers, and the Korea Music Copyright Association.[156]
  10. ^ The Korean Broadcasting Awards are hosted annually by the Korean Broadcasters Association. Winners are selected by a panel of 24 judges who are industry experts. Only one award for musicians is given each year.[159]
  11. ^ Hosted by the Korean Producers and Directors Association (KPDA), the annual "Korean PD Awards" honours broadcasting producers, officials, and entertainers who have contributed to the development of broadcasting culture and the implementation of free media.[172] Up to 2007, the ceremony was known as the "Korea Broadcast Producer Award".[173] Winners are chosen by members of the association who vote for nominees in various fields of entertainment.[174]
  12. ^ The Spanish-based Premios Odeón was inaugurated in 2020 by the Asociación De Gestión De Derechos Intelectuales (AGEDI) in conjunction with PROMUSICAE and APECAT.[271] A replacement for the Amigo Awards last held in 2001, and cancelled in 2002 due to the decline of the domestic music industry at that time, the Odeóns were launched in response to a surge in music sales and streaming in Spain between 2018 and 2019 as a way to "spotlight Spain's thriving music scene". The awards honour Spanish, Latin and International acts.[272]
  13. ^ The Proud Korean Awards are hosted by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), the largest organization of professional journalists in Korea established in 1964 with a current membership of over 10,000 individual journalists working for the nation's newspaper companies, broadcasting services, Internet news, and news agencies.[274]
  14. ^ The Spotify Awards were announced in November 2019 with its inaugural show held in March 2020 in Mexico City, the platform's biggest single market. Nominees and winners across more than 50 categories, including Artist of the Year and Emerging Artist, are based on sales, streaming and user-engagement data.[332][333]
  15. ^ a b c Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, arranged by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.[352][353] They are awarded to those who have contributed to the arts and South Korea's pop culture.[354]
  16. ^ The A100 List honors the most impactful Asians and Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in culture every May for AAPI Heritage Month.[376] Gold House "champions trailblazing members of the AAPI community and their transformative contributions to entertainment, fashion, lifestyle, technology, business, social activism and politics from the past year."[377]
  17. ^ The Sisa Journal is one of the major weekly news magazines in Korea.[381] Established in 1989,[382] its annually conducted 'Who Moves Korea' survey determines the most influential figures in the country and highlights next-generation leaders of Korea.[383] The survey is conducted on a total of 1000 experts across 10 fields, including professors, journalists, politicians, businessmen, and cultural artists.[384]
  18. ^ Note that this does not indicate that BTS lost the record, only that the listed record holder (i.e. a music video) was eventually surpassed. The list includes self-broken records.
  19. ^ shared with Fifth Harmony[418]

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