Kpop Group with the Most Awards | Ranked (Updated NOV 2023)

Kpop groups with the most awards

Kpop is a global phenomenon where fans often note the total number of sales, streams, and followers to measure the popularity and success of an artist. These statistics reflect during the music shows establishing the popularity of an artist. The Kpop groups with the most awards are often considered the best artists.

While the awards only reflect popularity, it is worth noting that popularity is a reward that any artist dearly wishes to attain. Therefore, each comeback is a test reflecting how well their vocals, choreography, and compositions have worked at captivating the audiences. In this article, we will explore the top 10 K-pop groups with the most awards that have repeatedly won the hearts of audiences with each comeback and positively impacted the K-pop scene.

Top 10 Kpop Groups with the Most Awards


Total number of awards: 60 | Song with most music show wins: How You Like That (13 wins)

BLACKPINK is a four-member K-pop girl group with Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. Since their debut in 2016 under YG Entertainment, the group has attained global success. Their discography may not be extensive, but it is one of the most impressive, with chart-bursting songs like DDU-DU-DDU-DU, Shut Down, and more. This year, the group made history by headlining Coachella and BST Hyde Park, a major UK show, as well as performing the biggest world tour ‘Born Pink.’


Total number of awards: 64 | Song with most music show wins: Home (11 wins)

SEVENTEEN is a thirteen-member K-pop boy group formed under PLEDIS Entertainment in 2015. The group is well-known for its self-produced music and three strong Hip-Hop, Vocal, and Dance units. They are also acknowledged for their entertaining abilities, as much for their hit tracks Aju Nice, Don’t Want to Cry, and Home. Their album, FML, with lead singles Super and F*** My Life, became the best-selling album in the history of K-pop, with over 4.5 million sales in the first week. It also won them the Album Of The Year award at MAMA 2023.

8. SHINee

Total number of awards: 69 | Song with most music show wins: Dream Girl (10 wins)

SHINee is one of the most notable K-pop groups, with a career expanding over a decade (2008-present). Since their debut under SM Entertainment, they’ve attempted various music genres and formed a distinct position in the industry for themselves. Their old releases like Replay, Ring Ding Dong, and View are just as popular as their latest studio album, Hard.


Total number of awards: 71 | Song with most music show wins: Rough (15 wins)

GFRIEND is a K-pop girl group formed under Source Music in 2015. Over the years, they have released many refreshing music with impressive vocals and relatable lyrics. While, Me Gustas Tu is their debatably most popular track, and they ruled the music shows during their Rough era. The group disbanded in 2021 after their release 回:Walpurgis Night with the popular song, MAGO.


Total number of awards: 84 | Song with most music show wins: Loser (10 wins)

BIGBANG is one of the most notable K-pop boy groups, and they are often credited for shifting the industry dynamic after their debut in 2006. The group led by G-Dragon constantly experimented with fashion and released a fusion of hip-hop, pop, and electronic music that attained global success. After releasing chart-bursting songs like BANG BANG BANG, Flower Road, and their latest group release, Still Life. The members left YG and continued in separate ways early this year.

5. Red Velvet

Total number of awards: 85 | Song with most music show wins: Power Up (10 wins)

Red Velvet, the five-member group under SM Entertainment, debuted in 2014 and is among the most popular K-pop girl groups. The group has achieved global success with enchanting vocals, unique beats, and experiential concepts. Their songs Red Flavour, Peek A Boo, and Ice Cream Cake are just as appreciated by the audiences as their latest release Birthday. Recently, the group released their album ‘Chill Kill’ that made waves globally.

4. Girls’ Generation

Total number of awards: 98 | Song with most music show wins: Gee (14 wins)

Girls Generation, also known as SNSD, is the most popular K-pop girl group of all time. They debuted under SM Entertainment in 2007 with their popular track Into The New World and quickly rose to fame. Their tracks Gee, Run Devil Run, I Got A Boy, and Lion Heart established them as the queens of K-pop. Their latest release, Forever 1 marks their 15th debut anniversary, ended their five-year hiatus, and peaked at the second spot on Circle Chart.

3. EXO

Total number of awards: 118  | Song with most music show wins: Call Me Baby (18 wins)

EXO is a third-generation K-pop boy group formed under SM Entertainment in 2012. Over the past decade, the global group has successfully produced pop, R&B, and electronic dance music, gaining critical acclaim and fame. The nine-member group has bagged many platinum album releases with chart-topping songs like Ko Ko Bop, Call Me Baby, Love Shot, and more. Their latest release, Exist, established that the group still has much more to showcase.


Total number of awards: 121 | Song with most music show wins: TT (13 wins)

The nine-member girl group under JYP Entertainment has won many hearts with its cheerful music and colorful concepts. Their upbeat songs, catchy chorus, and impressive vocals have mesmerized many. Their songs Likey, More & More, and Fancy have made them one of the most notable K-pop girl groups. After renewing their contracts last year, TWICE released their Japanese single Hare Hare and is currently holding their fourth world tour, READY TO BE.

1. BTS

Total number of awards: 164 | Song with most music show wins: Dynamite (32 wins)

The global superstar BTS is the most awarded K-pop group of all time. They debuted in 2013 under BigHit Entertainment and steadily rose to fame with their powerful vocals, strong performance, and impactful lyrics. Over the last decade, they have released multiple hit songs with themes related to youth. Their latest self-produced releases, Permission to Dance and Proof, have brought them to new heights of success and made their fans curious about their second innings as a seven-member K-pop group.

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