SBS Gayo Daejeon
SBS Gayo Daejeon (Korean: SBS 가요대전, broadly SBS Battle of the Bands) is an annual televised music festival that is broadcast by the Seoul Broadcasting System at the end of each year. The program first aired in 1997, and awards were given to musical artists from 1997 to 2006. The awards ceremony portion of the festival was revived in 2014 and discontinued the following year.
|SBS Gayo Daejeon|
Logo of the 2019 Gayo Daejeon
|Also known as||SBS Gayo Daejun|
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||23|
|Original network||Seoul Broadcasting System|
|Original release||1997 –|
|2019 SBS Gayo Daejeon website|
|SBS Gayo Daejeon|
|Revised Romanization||Gayo Daejeon|
- 1 Hosts
- 2 Award winners (1997-2006)
- 3 Music festival (2007-2013)
- 4 Award winners (2014)
- 5 Music festival (2015-present)
- 6 General references
- 7 References
- 8 See also
|2000||Seo Se-won and Chae Rim|||
|2002||Lee Moon-sae and Jeong Ji-yeong|||
|2003||Lee Moon-sae and Kim Jung-eun|||
|2004||Lee Moon-sae and Sung Yu-ri|||
|2005||Lee Moon-sae and Lee Bo-young|||
|2006||Lee Moon-sae and Park Jin-hee|||
|2007||Lee Hwi-jae and Lee Hyori|||
|2008||Lee Chun-hee, Park Ye-jin, and Daesung|||
|2009||Heechul, Jung Yong-hwa, and Park Shin-hye|||
|2010||Heechul, Jung Yong-hwa, Jo Kwon, and Hwang Jung-eum|||
|2011||Lee Seung-gi, Song Ji-hyo, and Im Yoon-ah|||
|2012||Suzy, IU, and Jung Gyu-woon|||
|2013||Heechul, Sandara Park, and Sung Si-kyung|||
|2014||Jung Yong-hwa, Nichkhun, Mino, Baro, L, and Song Ji-hyo|||
|2015||IU and Shin Dong-yup|||
|2016||You Hee-yeol, Yuri, and Baekhyun|||
|2017||You Hee-yeol and IU|||
|2018||Jun Hyun-moo and Jo Bo-ah|||
|2019||Jun Hyun-moo and Seolhyun|||
Award winners (1997-2006)Edit
Grand Prize (Daesang)Edit
Main Prize (Bonsang)Edit
Hip Hop AwardEdit
|2004||Fly to the Sky|
SBS Producer's AwardEdit
|2001||Most Popular Award|
|Netizen Popularity Award||Yoo Seung-jun|
|Netizen Popularity Award|
|2003||Netizen Popularity Award|
|2004||Most Popular Award|
|2005||Most Popular Award||TVXQ|
|2006||Netizen Popularity Award||SS501|
|2000||Special Achievement Award||Clon|
|2001||Fashion Leader Award||Chakra|
|2005||Live Performance Award||Lee Moon-sae|
|Special Achievement Award||Cho Yong-pil|
|2006||Indie Band Award||Sogyumo Acacia Band|
|Live Performance Award||Shin Seung-hun|
Music festival (2007-2013)Edit
Performers at the 2007 festival included Big Bang, CL, F.T. Island, G.Soul, Girls' Generation, Jinusean, Lim Jeong-hee, SeeYa, Se7en, SG Wannabe, Super Junior, The Grace, Wonder Girls, Younha, and 1TYM. The festival ended with a performance by boy band Shinhwa in celebration of their tenth anniversary.
2008: Festival SEdit
The 2008 festival was divided into segments based on themes starting with the letter "S," including "Super Rookie," "Sexy," "Star Wars," and "Stand up." Performers included Big Bang, BoA, Brown Eyed Girls, Davichi, Epik High, Eun Ji-won, Jang Yun-jeong, Jewelry, Kara, Kim Jong-kook, Park Hyun-bin, Rain, Seo Taiji, SG Wannabe, Shinee, Son Dam-bi, Song Dae-kwan, Super Junior-H, Tae Jin-ah, Taeyeon, TVXQ, Wonder Girls, 2AM, and 2PM.
2009: Wonder WorldEdit
The theme of the 2009 festival was "Wonder World." Performers included After School, Beast, Brown Eyed Girls, Davichi, F(x), G-Dragon, Girls' Generation, J. Y. Park, Kara, Kim Tae-woo, K.Will, Lee Seung-gi, MBLAQ, Shinee, Son Dam-bi, Super Junior, Taeyang, T-ara, 2AM, 2PM, 2NE1, and 4Minute.
2010: Welcome to Music FactoryEdit
The 2010 festival, entitled, "Welcome to Music Factory," included a collaborative performance of Britney Spears' song "Circus," featuring Taemin (Shinee), Seohyun (Girls' Generation), Jiyeon (T-ara), Chansung (2PM), Mir (MBLAQ), Sulli (F(x)), and Lizzy (After School), all of whom were the youngest members in their respective music groups.
2012: Color of K-PopEdit
The 2012 SBS Gayo Daejeon aired live from Korea University. Performers were TVXQ, Super Junior, Big Bang, Dynamic Duo, Epik High, F(x), SHINee, Ailee, B1A4, 2NE1, Secret, B.A.P, SISTAR, T-ara, GLAM, Teen Top, CN Blue, Exo, FT Island, Miss A, MBLAQ, A Pink, Infinite, 4minute, 2AM, After School, B2ST, and Kara.
Under the theme "The Color of K-Pop", some of the biggest groups created four super idol groups, recorded a new single, and performed it together on stage. There were four teams consisting of members of different idols groups labeled under the names of Mystic White, Dramatic Blue, Dynamic Black, and Dazzling Red, who sang songs created by the hottest producers of 2012.
|Kim Do-hoon||Kim Do-hoon, Seo Yong-bae||Seo Yong-bae|
|Song Su-yun||Kim Seung-soo, Han Jae-ho, Hong Seung-hyun||Kim Seung-soo, Han Jae-ho|
|Gikwang||Beast||Yesterday||Shinsadong Tiger, LE||Shinsadong Tiger, LE||Shinsadong Tiger|
|Brave Brothers||Brave Brothers,
Park Hyun Joong
Park Hyun Joong
2013: "You Are A Miracle"Edit
PD Kim Yong Kwon stated, "Since the top singers are gathering together for the year-end ceremony, we wanted to do something meaningful. The singers will sing one song together and create a music video. All proceeds from the music and music videos will be donated through SBS's charity channel."
The collaboration song, "You Are A Miracle" has 125 participating singers, including Lee Seung Chul, Kim Jo Han, Park Jin Young, Tiger JK, Yoon Mirae, Lee Hyori, Sung Si Kyung, Kim Hee-chul, Brown Eyed Girls, K.Will, Sunmi, Big Bang, Kara, Girls' Generation, SHINee, 2PM, IU, After School, 2NE1, 4minute, f(x), B2ST, CN Blue, ZE:A, Infinite, miss A, Teen Top, Girl's Day, Apink, B1A4, Ailee, EXO, B.A.P, and more.
Award winners (2014)Edit
- Album Grand Prize: Overdose by Exo-K and Exo-M
- Song Grand Prize: "Some" by Soyou and Junggigo
- Top Ten Artists: EXO, Girl's Day, Akdong Musician, Ailee, SISTAR, 2NE1, Apink, Beast, Taeyang, INFINITE
- Rookie Award: WINNER
- Best Male Singer: Taeyang
- Best Female Singer: Ailee
- Best Male Group: EXO
- Best Female Group: 2NE1
- Global Star Award: 2PM
- Best Band Award: CNBLUE
Music festival (2015-present)Edit
2016: K-POP A-ZEdit
|1||O||O-Pening Show||Shin Jiho, Henry Lau (Super Junior M), Raina (After School), Benji (B.I.G)||Spring Breeze (Orchestra Performance)|
|Yiruma, N (VIXX), Jimin (BTS), Yein (Lovelyz), Mina (Twice) , Momo (Twice), ChengXiao (WJSN)||Piano By Yiruma (Ballad Performance)|
|Kim Dokyung, Jonghyun (CNBLUE) , YOUNG.K (Day6), Ah-Yeon||By The (Rock Performance)|
|Jinyoung (Got7), Yugeom (Got7), TEN (NCT), Seulgi (Red Velvet), YooA (Oh My Girl), Eunjin (DIA), Lisa (Blackpink)||24K Magic (Street Dance Performance)|
|Taemin (SHINee)||Drip Drop|
|N (VIXX), Jimin (BTS), Yein (Lovelyz), Mina (Twice), Momo (Twice) , ChengXiao (WJSN), Jinyoung (Got7), Yugeom (Got7), TEN (NCT), Seulgi (Red Velvet), YooA (Oh My Girl), Eunjin (DIA), Lisa (Blackpink)||In The Name Of Love|
|2||N||N-ew Generation||NCT Dream||Chewing Gum|
|NCT U||Dance Performance, 7th Sense|
|NCT-127||Firetruck, Outro (Limitless)|
|Blackpink||Whistle, Playing With Fire|
|Monsta X||All In|
|SEVENTEEN||Into The New World (SNSD) + U-Go Girl (Lee Hyori) + I'm Your Girl (S.E.S) + BOOM BOOM|
|3||T||T-he Sunny Girls||Sunny Girls (Eunha (GFRIEND), ChengXiao (WJSN), Nancy (MOMOLAND), YooA (Oh My Girl), Nayoung (gu9udan))||Taxi|
|4||U||U-ltra Dance Festival||MOMOLAND, gu9udan, WJSN, DIA, CLC, Laboum||Jjang Kkoong Kkang (MOMOLAND)|
|Mr. Potter (DIA)|
|No Oh No (CLC)|
|Winter Story (Laboum)|
|PENTAGON, SF9, KNK, ASTRO, SNUPER, HALO||Can You Feel It (PENTAGON)|
|It`s Raining (SNUPER)|
|5||A||A-coustic Stage (Produce By 10cm)||10cm, Jihyo (TWICE), Rosé (BLACKPINK), Chanyeol (EXO)||What The Spring??|
|6||Y||Y-outh||GOT7||Fly + Hard Carry|
|VIXX||The God Of Domination + The Chaser|
|BtoB||I`ll Be Your Man|
|7||G||G-irl Crush||MAMAMOO||You're The Best + Delcacomanie|
|AILEE (feat. Heritage Mass Choir)||If You|
|HyunA||How`s This (REMIX)|
|8||F||F-antastic K-POP||Jung Seung-hwan||This Fool|
|Yang Hee-eun, Lee Hi, Baek Ah-Yeon||Whats up? We Love So|
|9||H||H-ip Hop Stage (Produce By Teddy)||Okasian||Underwater Bank|
|G-Dragon||One Of A Kind|
|Okasian, BewhY, CL, G-Dragon||1,000,000 ₩ (One Million Won)|
|10||B||B-allad Stage (Produce By Yoon Jong Shin)||Jung Eunji||Hopefully Sky|
|Kim Sejeong||Flower Road|
|Kyunhyun & Yoo Seongjae||You were impressed.|
|Eddy Kim, Kim Sejeong, Jung Eunji||Exhaustion + uphill|
|Yoon Jong Shin||Still Christmas|
|11||S||S-yndrome||Twice||TT + Cheer Up (1)|
|GFRIEND||Navillera + Rough|
|Red Velvet||One of These Nights + Russian Roulette|
|Apink||Only One + Cause You`re My Star|
|13||L||L-egend Of K-POP||Uhm Junghwa||Watch Me Move + Dreamer + Rose Of Betrayal + D.I.S.C.O ( Feat T.O.P )|
|Sechskies||Chivalry (2016 ver.), Couple (2016 ver.)|
|14||D||D-ance Stage (Produce By J.Y Park)||GOT7 (JB, Yugeom, Jinyoung, Jackson)||It`s Raining (Rain)|
|SEVENTEEN (The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, Dino)||Friday Night (g.o.d)|
|GOT7 (JB , Yugeom, Jinyoung, Jackson), SEVENTEEN (The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, Dino)||Don`t Leave Me (J.Y. Park)|
|GFRIEND (SinB, Yuju, Umji, Yerin )||Bad Girl Good Girl (Miss A)|
|TWICE (Momo, Nayeon, Mina, Jeongyeon)||24 Hours (Sunmi)|
|GFRIEND (SinB, Yuju, Umji, Yerin), TWICE (Momo, Nayeo, Mina, Jeongyeon)||Tell Me (Wonder Girls)|
|Got7 ( JB , Yugeom , Jinyoung & Jackson ) , SEVENTEEN ( The8 , Seungkwan , Vernon & Dino ) , Gfriend ( SinB , Yuju , Umji & Yerin ) & Twice ( Momo , Nayeon , Mina & Jeongyeon )||Who Your Mama ( orig by J.Y Park & Jessi )|
|CNBLUE||You`re So Fine|
|Sistar||I Like That|
|16||C||C-limax||BTS||Intro ( V & Jin ) + Blood Sweat & Tears + Fire|
|Kai (Exo)||Dance Break|
|Kai (Exo), Baekhyun (Exo)||Dance Break|
|SHINee||Prism + Tell Me What To Do|
|17||P||P-rogressive Stage ( Produce By Yoo Young Jin )||NCT 2016||Back On Black|
|NCT-127||Wolf & Sheep Of 2016 ( orig by H.O.T )|
|Exo||MAMA ( Heavy Metal Ver. )|
|18||V||V-IP Big Bang||BIG BANG||Last Dance + Fxxk It + Bang! Bang! Bang!|
(1) = A Technical Glitch Happens When The Intro Accidentally Played As Gfriend Intro Instead Of Twice Intro
2017: Number OneEdit
On November 23, 2017, SBS confirmed that You Hee-Yeol & IU would be the hosts for 2017's Gayo Daejeon. The theme was "Number One", and featured all artists who placed number 1 in the charts. There were special stages and collaborations throughout the show. The show was held in Gocheok Sky Dome on December 25.
|Butterfly||Sungjae (BtoB), Jihyo (Twice), Rosé (Blackpink), Yuju (Gfriend), Jaehwan (WANNA ONE)||Loveholic|
|Hey Come On!||Got7 (Jinyoung, BamBam, Yugyeom), NCT-127 (Taeyong, Yuta, and Doyoung)||Shinhwa|
|My Love By My Side (내 사랑 내 곁에)||IU, Yoo Hee Yeol||Kim Hyun Suk|
|Poison (FRANTS REMIX)||Uhm Jung Hwa, Sunmi||Uhm Jung Hwa|
|Now||Twice (Nayeon, Dahyun, Mina, Momo)||Fin:KL|
|We Are The Future||WANNA ONE (Sungwoon, Daniel, Jisung, Minhyun, and Seongwoo)||H.O.T|
|Snail (달팽이)||Lee Juck, Heize||Panic|
|Haru Haru (하루 하루)||Winner||Big Bang|
|So Hot (BLACKLABEL REMIX)||Blackpink||Wonder Girls|
Butterfly was sung as promotion for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
- Lee Juck
- Uhm Jung-hwa
- You Hee-yeol
- NCT 127
- Red Velvet
- Wanna One
2018: The WaveEdit
On the December 16, 2018 episode of Inkigayo, a teaser video revealed two special stages, a collaboration between NCT, Wanna One, Seventeen, Winner, and Got7, and a collaboration between Red Velvet and Twice.
- Monsta X
- Red Velvet
- Stray Kids
- The Boyz
- Wanna One
- Monsta X
- NCT 127
- NCT Dream
- Oh My Girl
- Stray Kids
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