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NCT awards and nominations
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NCT in April 2018
Totals[a]
Wins82
Nominations229
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.

NCT is a twenty-three-member South Korean boy group under record label SM Entertainment, consisting of four sub-units, NCT U, NCT 127 (Taeil, Johnny, Taeyong, Yuta, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Winwin, Jungwoo, Mark and Haechan), NCT Dream (Mark, Renjun, Jeno, Haechan, Jaemin, Chenle and Jisung) and WayV (Kun, Ten, Winwin, Lucas, Xiaojun, Hendery and Yangyang), and members Shotaro and Sungchan, set to debut in a fifth future sub-unit. In 2016, NCT U debuted with the digital singles "The 7th Sense" and "Without You", which didn't gain immediate commercial success. However, “The 7th Sense” received attention from music critics for its unpredictability and uniqueness, with the platform Melon putting it a number 50 on its list “Top 100 K-pop Songs of All Time”.[1][2] NCT 127's debut extended play NCT #127 and their following EP Limitless won them several new artist awards during late 2016 to early 2017, including at the 26th Seoul Music Awards and at the 6th Gaon Chart Music Awards. NCT #127 also earned them a nomination for Disc Bonsang[a] at the 31st Golden Disc Awards. NCT Dream's debut digital single “Chewing Gum” and their subsequent single album The First received positive commercial reception.[3]

With the release of their third EP Cherry Bomb, NCT 127 received various nominations, including for Album of the Year at the 8th Gaon Chart Music Awards, for the second quarter, while the lead single of the same name received nominations for Best Pop Song at the 14th Korean Music Awards and for Best Dance Performance — Male Group at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards. NCT Dream's second EP We Go Up earned them a nomination for Album of the Year at the 9th Gaon Chart Music Awards, for the third quarter. NCT 127's first studio album Regular-Irregular won the group a Disc Bonsang at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards and a Bonsang Award at the 28th Seoul Music Awards . WayV's debut single album The Vision won them Best New Asian Artist at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards. NCT Dream's third EP We Boom won them a Disc Bonsang at the 34th Golden Disc Awards and a Bonsang Award at the 29th Seoul Music Awards.

NCT 127's second studio album Neo Zone earned them various nominations, including for Album of the Year at the 2020 Melon Music Awards, while the album's lead single "Kick It" received a nomination for Best Dance Performance at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards. NCT Dream's lead single for their fourth EP Reload, "Ridin", earned them a nomination for Best Dance Male at the 2020 Melon Music Awards. NCT Dream's first studio album Hot Sauce was commercially successful and won both Best Album Award at the 31st Seoul Music Awards and Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter at the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards.[4] NCT 127's third studio album Sticker won the group their first Daesang[b] award from a major award show at the 31st Seoul Music Awards and Album of the Year – 4th Quarter at the 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards.

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Doyoung (singer)

Doyoung (singer)

Kim Dong-young, professionally known as Doyoung (Korean: 도영), is a South Korean singer, actor and host. He is best known as a member of the South Korean boy group NCT and its sub-units NCT U and NCT 127. Doyoung made his debut in April 2016 as a member of rotational unit NCT U and became a member of Seoul-based fixed unit NCT 127 in January 2017. In 2021, he starred in the television drama Midnight Cafe Season 3 -The Curious Stalker and appeared in the musical Marie Antoinette.

Extended play

Extended play

An extended play record, usually referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single but fewer than an album or LP record. Contemporary EPs generally contain four or five tracks, and are considered "less expensive and time-consuming" for an artist to produce than an album. An EP originally referred to specific types of records other than 78 rpm standard play (SP) and LP, but it is now applied to mid-length CDs and downloads as well.

Cherry Bomb (EP)

Cherry Bomb (EP)

Cherry Bomb is the third extended play by NCT 127, the Seoul-based sub-unit of the South Korean boy band NCT. It was released by SM Entertainment on June 14, 2017, and distributed by Genie Music. The EP includes a total of seven tracks.

Cherry Bomb (NCT 127 song)

Cherry Bomb (NCT 127 song)

"Cherry Bomb" is a song recorded by South Korean boy band NCT 127, the Seoul-based unit of boy group NCT, for their third eponymous extended play (2017) under SM Entertainment. The song was written by Jennifer Decilveo, Deepflow, Lim Jung-hyo, Oh Min-joo, Taeyong and Mark, whilst production was handled by numerous producers, including Dem Jointz, Deez, Michael Woods, Kevin White, Andrew Bazzi, MZMC and Yoo Young-jin. It has been described as a hardcore hip-hop track that contains a "colorful" composition, utilizing "complex synth and bass-infused" instrumentations. The accompanying music video premiered alongside the release of the single.

2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place from December 10 through December 14, 2018 in South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong. The ceremony was the first Mnet Asian Music Awards hosted in South Korea in nine years, the 20th ceremony in the show's history, and the second ceremony which took place in three locations. This was also the first ceremony broadcast worldwide online via YouTube. The three days event generated over 50 million messages sent on Twitter.

33rd Golden Disc Awards

33rd Golden Disc Awards

The 33rd Golden Disc Awards ceremony was held from January 5–6, 2019. The JTBC network broadcast the show from the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul. Lee Seung-gi and Park Min-young served as hosts on the first day, with Kang So-ra and Sung Si-kyung on the second.

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place on December 5 at Nagoya Dome, Japan. It was the 21st ceremony and the one of the largest in the show's history, with more than 40,000 people attending.

34th Golden Disc Awards

34th Golden Disc Awards

The 34th Golden Disc Awards ceremony was held from January 4–5, 2020. The JTBC network broadcast the show from the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul. Lee Da-hee and Sung Si-kyung served as hosts on the first day, with Lee Seung-gi and Park So-dam on the second.

2020 Melon Music Awards

2020 Melon Music Awards

The 2020 Melon Music Awards ceremony, organized by Kakao M through its online music store, Melon, took place virtually from December 2 through December 5, 2020 in South Korea, with the main ceremony taking place on December 5 at 19:00 KST. This is the twelfth ceremony in the show's history, and the first to be held online and over a span of four days. It was held without an audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place live on December 6 at the CJ ENM Contents World in Paju, South Korea with the theme, "New-Topia". The ceremony was held with no on-site audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ceremony was the 22nd in the show's history.

31st Seoul Music Awards

31st Seoul Music Awards

The 31st Seoul Music Awards, was a award ceremony held on January 23, 2022. It was organized by Sports Seoul and broadcast through KBS Joy, U+Idol Live, U+Mobile TV, and Hello Live. The ceremony was hosted by Kim Sung-joo, Boom, and Kim Seol-hyun.

11th Gaon Chart Music Awards

11th Gaon Chart Music Awards

The 11th Gaon Chart Music Awards ceremony was held at Jamsil Arena in Seoul on January 27, 2022, to recognise the best artists and recordings, primarily based on Gaon Music Chart of the year from December 1, 2020, to November 30, 2021. The ceremony was hosted by Doyoung, Sieun, and Jaejae.

Awards and nominations

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) and the result of the award
Award ceremony Year Recipient Category Nominee/work Result Ref.
American Music Awards 2020 NCT 127 Favorite Social Artist NCT 127 Nominated [6]
APAN Music Awards 2020 NCT Idol Champ Global Pick – Group NCT Nominated [7]
Idol Champ Fan's Pick – Group Nominated
KT Seezn Star Award – Singer Nominated [8]
NCT U Best Icon NCT U Won [9]
NCT 127 Best Performance NCT 127 Nominated [10]
Represent Artist of this Year Won [11]
Top 10 (Bonsang) Won [9]
Asia Artist Awards 2016 NCT Popularity Award – Singer NCT Nominated [12]
NCT 127 Rookie of the Year NCT 127 Won [13]
2018 NCT Popularity Award – Singer NCT Nominated [14]
2020 Album of the Year (Daesang) NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1 Won [15]
NCT 127 Best Artist Award – Music NCT 127 Won [16]
NCT Dream Best Emotive Award – Music NCT Dream Won [17]
WayV Asia Celebrity Award – Music WayV Won [18]
2021 NCT 127 Album of the Year (Daesang) Sticker Won [19]
U+IdolLive Popularity Award – Male Group NCT 127 Nominated [20]
AAA Japan Popularity Award – Idol Group (Male) Nominated [21]
NCT Dream U+IdolLive Popularity Award – Male Group NCT Dream Nominated [20]
AAA Japan Popularity Award – Idol Group (Male) Nominated [21]
WayV U+IdolLive Popularity Award – Male Group WayV Nominated [20]
AAA Japan Popularity Award – Idol Group (Male) Nominated [21]
Asia Model Awards 2016 NCT U New Star Award NCT U Won [22]
Asian Pop Music Awards[c] 2021 NCT 127 Best Group (Overseas) NCT 127 Won [24]
Top 20 Albums of the Year (Overseas) Sticker Won
WayV Best Dance Performance (Chinese) "Kick Back" Won [24]
Best Group (Chinese) WayV Nominated [25]
People's Choice Award "Kick Back" Won [24]
Top 20 Albums of the Year (Chinese) Kick Back Won
Brand Customer Loyalty Awards 2021 NCT Best Male Idol Group NCT Nominated [26]
Bravo Otto 2019 NCT 127 Best K-Pop NCT 127 Nominated [27]
2020 Nominated [28]
The Fact Music Awards 2020 NCT Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist) NCT Nominated
TMA Popularity Award Nominated [29]
2021 NCT Dream Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist) NCT Dream Nominated
U+ Idol Live Popularity Award Nominated [30]
2022 Artist of the Year (Bonsang) Won [31]
Best Performer Award Won
Listener's Choice Award Won
Worldwide Icon Award Won
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2017 NCT 127 New Artist of the Year NCT 127 Won [32]
2018 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Cherry Bomb Nominated [33]
2019 NCT Album of the Year – 1st Quarter NCT 2018 Empathy Nominated [34]
NCT 127 Album of the Year – 4th Quarter Regular-Irregular Nominated
NCT Dream Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter We Go Up Nominated
2020 NCT 127 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter We Are Superhuman Nominated [35]
NCT Dream Hot Performance of the Year NCT Dream Won [36]
2021 NCT Album of the Year — 4th Quarter NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1 Nominated [37]
NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2 Nominated
MuBeat Global Choice Award – Male NCT Nominated [38]
Top Kit-Seller of the Year Won [39]
World K-Pop Star Won
NCT 127 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Neo Zone Nominated [37]
Neo Zone: The Final Round Nominated
NCT Dream Reload Nominated
2022 NCT 127 Album of the Year – 4th Quarter Sticker Won [40]
Favorite Nominated [41]
Song of the Year – September "Sticker" Nominated [42]
Song of the Year – October "Favorite (Vampire)" Nominated
NCT Dream Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Hot Sauce Won [43]
Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter Hello Future Nominated [41]
Song of the Year – June "Hello Future" Nominated [42]
Top Kit-Seller of the Year NCT Dream Won [43]
Genie Music Awards 2019 NCT 127 Performing Artist (Male) NCT 127 Nominated [44]
2020 Singer of the Year Nominated [45]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
2022 Album of the Year (Daesang) Glitch Mode Won [46]
Singer of the Year (Daesang) NCT Dream Won
Best Male Group Nominated [47]
Best Male Performance Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
Golden Disc Awards 2017 NCT 127 New Artist of the Year NCT 127 Won [48]
Disc Bonsang NCT #127 Nominated [49]
2018 Disc Bonsang Cherry Bomb Nominated [50]
Global Popularity Award NCT 127 Nominated [51]
2019 NCT Disc Bonsang NCT 2018 Empathy Nominated [52]
Most Popular K-pop Star NCT Nominated [53]
Popularity Award Nominated
NCT 127 Disc Bonsang Regular-Irregular Won [54]
Disc Daesang Shortlisted
Most Popular K-pop Star NCT 127 Nominated [53]
Popularity Award Nominated
2020 NCT Dream Disc Bonsang We Boom Won [55]
Disc Daesang Shortlisted
Popularity Award NCT Dream Nominated [56]
2021 NCT Album Bonsang NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 1 Won [57]
Album Daesang Shortlisted
Most Popular Artist Award NCT Nominated [58]
QQ Music Fans' Choice K-pop Star Award Nominated [59]
NCT 127 Album Bonsang Neo Zone Won [57]
Album Daesang Shortlisted
Cosmopolitan Artist Award NCT 127 Won
2022 NCT Album Bonsang NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2 Nominated [60]
NCT 127 Sticker Won [61]
NCT Dream Hot Sauce Won
NCT 127 Album Daesang Sticker Shortlisted
NCT Dream Hot Sauce Shortlisted
NCT Most Popular Artist Award NCT Nominated [62]
NCT 127 NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
Hanteo Music Awards 2021 NCT Dream Artist Award — Male Group NCT Dream Won [63]
NCT 127 Initial Chodong Record Award Sticker Won
NCT Dream Hot Sauce Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2021 NCT 127 Best Fan Army NCT 127 Nominated [64]
Indonesian Television Awards 2019 NCT 127 Special Award – Person of the Year NCT 127 Won [65]
K-Global Heart Dream Awards 2022 NCT Dream Main Award NCT Dream Won [66]
K Global Best Artist Award Won
Korea-China Management Awards 2018 NCT 127 Asia Rising Star Award NCT 127 Won [67]
Korea First Brand Awards 2017 NCT Dream Chinese Special Prize NCT Dream Won [68]
Korea Popular Music Awards[d] 2018 NCT 127 Bonsang Award NCT 127 Won [70]
Korean Culture Entertainment Awards 2017 NCT 127 K-Pop Artist Award NCT 127 Won [71]
Korean Entertainment Arts Awards[e] 2017 NCT 127 Newcomer Award NCT 127 Won [73]
2018 Group Singer Award (Male)[f] Won [74]
2019 NCT Dream Best Boy Group[g] NCT Dream Won [75]
2020 Best Singer — Idol Group Won [76]
Korean Music Awards 2018 NCT 127 Best Pop Song "Cherry Bomb" Nominated [77]
Melon Music Awards 2016 Best New Artist NCT 127 Nominated [78]
2020 Album of the Year Neo Zone Nominated [79]
Top 10 Artists NCT 127 Nominated [80]
NCT Dream Best Dance – Male "Ridin'" Nominated [79]
2021 Album of the Year Hot Sauce Nominated [81]
Artist of the Year NCT Dream Nominated
Best Male Group Nominated
Top 10 Artists Won [82]
2022 NCT 127 Netizen Popularity Award NCT 127 Nominated [83]
NCT Dream Album of the Year Glitch Mode Nominated
Artist of the Year NCT Dream Nominated
Best Male Group Nominated
Netizen Popularity Award Nominated
Top 10 Artists Won [84]
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2016 NCT 127 Best New Male Artist NCT 127 Won [85]
2017 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Cherry Bomb" Nominated [86]
New Asian Artist NCT 127 Won [87]
2018 Artist of the Year Nominated [88]
Best Male Group Nominated [89]
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 Won [90]
Worldwide Icon of the Year Shortlisted
2019 Artist of the Year Nominated [91]
Best Male Group Nominated
WayV Best New Asian Artist WayV Won [92]
NCT 127 Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 NCT 127 Nominated [91]
2020 NCT Artist of the Year NCT Nominated [93]
NCT 127 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Kick It" Nominated [94]
NCT Best Male Group NCT Nominated
WayV Favorite Asian Artist WayV Won [95]
NCT Favorite Male Group NCT Won [96]
NCT 127 Song of the Year "Kick It" Nominated [93]
NCT Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 NCT Won [97]
Worldwide Icon of the Year Shortlisted
2021 NCT 127 Album of the Year Sticker Nominated [98]
NCT Dream Hot Sauce Nominated
NCT 127 Artist of the Year NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Dream NCT Dream Longlisted
NCT 127 Best Male Group NCT 127 Nominated [99]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
NCT 127 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Sticker" Nominated
NCT Dream "Hot Sauce" Nominated
NCT 127 Song of the Year "Sticker" Nominated [98]
NCT Dream "Hot Sauce" Nominated
NCT 127 Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 NCT 127 Won [100]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Won
NCT 127 Worldwide Icon of the Year NCT 127 Shortlisted
NCT Dream NCT Dream Shortlisted
2022 NCT 127 Best Dance Performance – Male Group "2 Baddies" Pending [101]
Song of the Year Pending
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Dream Artist of the Year NCT Dream Pending
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Glitch Mode" Pending
Best Male Group NCT Dream Pending
Song of the Year "Glitch Mode" Pending
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 NCT Dream Won
MTV Europe Music Award 2021 NCT 127 Best K-pop NCT 127 Nominated [102]
MTV Millennial Awards 2022 NCT 2021 K-Pop Dominance NCT 2021 Nominated [103]
MTV Video Music Award 2019 NCT 127 Best K-pop "Regular" Nominated [104]
Seoul Music Awards 2017 NCT 127 New Artist of the Year NCT 127 Won [105]
2018 Bonsang Award Nominated [106]
Hallyu Special Award Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
Dance Performance Award Won [107]
2019 Bonsang Award Won [108]
Hallyu Special Award Nominated [109]
Popularity Award Nominated
2020 Bonsang Award Nominated [110]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Won [111]
NCT 127 K-Wave Award NCT 127 Nominated [110]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
NCT 127 Popularity Award NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
NCT 127 QQ Music Most Popular K-Pop Artist Award NCT 127 Nominated [112]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
2021 NCT Bonsang Award NCT Nominated [113]
NCT 127 NCT 127 Won [114]
NCT 127 Fan PD Artist Award NCT 127 Nominated [115]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
WayV WayV Nominated
NCT K-Wave Popularity Award NCT Nominated [113]
NCT 127 Legend Rookie Prize NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Popularity Award NCT Nominated
WhosFandom Award Nominated [116]
2022 NCT Dream Best Album Award Hot Sauce Won [117]
NCT 127 Bonsang Award Sticker Won
NCT Dream Hot Sauce Nominated [118]
NCT 127 Grand Award (Daesang) NCT 127 Won [117]
NCT 127 Popularity Award NCT 127 Nominated [118]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
NCT 127 K-wave Popularity Award NCT 127 Nominated
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
NCT 127 U+Idol Live Best Artist Award NCT 127 Nominated [119]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Nominated
Sohu Fashion Festival 2021 WayV Most Popular Group of the Year WayV Nominated [120]
Soompi Awards 2019 NCT Breakout Artist NCT Won [121]
Twitter Rising Fandom Won
Soribada Best K-Music Awards 2017 NCT 127 New Hallyu Best Performance (Boy Group) NCT 127 Won [122]
2018 Bonsang Award Won [123]
Global Fandom Award Nominated [124]
Popularity Award (Male) Nominated
2019 Bonsang Award Won [125]
Social Artist Award Won
2020 Bonsang Award Nominated [126]
NCT Dream NCT Dream Won [127]
Teen Choice Awards 2018 NCT Choice Next Big Thing NCT Nominated [128]
2019 NCT 127 Choice International Artist NCT 127 Nominated [129]
V Chart Awards 2017 NCT 127 Best Rookie Of The Year NCT 127 Won [130]
Hallyu Rookie Award Won
NCT Dream Top Promising Group NCT Dream Won
V Live Awards 2017 NCT 127 Global Rookie Top 5 NCT 127 Won [131]
2019 NCT Best Channel – 1 million followers NCT Nominated [132]
Global Artist Top 12 Won [133]
Top 10 Artist Nominated [134]

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American Music Awards

American Music Awards

The American Music Awards (AMAs) is an annual American music awards show, generally held in the fall, created by Dick Clark in 1973 for ABC when the network's contract to air the Grammy Awards expired, and currently produced by Dick Clark Productions. From 1973 to 2005, both the winners and the nominations were selected by members of the music industry, based on commercial performance, such as sales and airplay. Since 2006, winners have been determined by a poll of the public and fans, who can vote through the AMAs website.

American Music Awards of 2020

American Music Awards of 2020

The 48th Annual American Music Awards were held on November 22, 2020, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, recognizing the most popular artists and albums of 2020. Nominees were officially announced live on October 26, 2020, on Good Morning America by Dua Lipa. Taylor Swift, the Weeknd, Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber were the most awarded artists with three awards each. Roddy Ricch and the Weeknd were the most nominated artists with eight nominations each, followed by Megan Thee Stallion with five. Taraji P. Henson hosted the ceremony.

APAN Music Awards

APAN Music Awards

The APAN Music Awards is a South Korean music awards ceremony organized by the Korea Entertainment Management Association (KEMA), the same body responsible for the APAN Star Awards. It was created to honor the top K-pop artists of the year across various music categories as part of a two-day integrated event collectively referred to as the APAN MusicStar Awards.

Asia Artist Awards

Asia Artist Awards

Asia Artist Awards is an awards ceremony organized by South Korea-based business newspaper Money Today and its global media brands StarNews and MTN. It honors outstanding achievements and international contributions of Asian artists in television, film and music. The inaugural ceremony was held on November 16, 2016, at Kyung Hee University's Hall of Peace in Seoul, and was broadcast live via satellite across Asia.

Sticker (album)

Sticker (album)

Sticker is the third Korean-language and fourth overall studio album by South Korean boy band NCT 127. It was released on September 17, 2021, by SM Entertainment, distributed by Dreamus in South Korea and Virgin Music in United States. It follows their Japanese-language EP Loveholic, released in February 2021, and previous Korean-language studio album Neo Zone, released in March 2020. On October 25, the group released a repackaged version of Sticker, titled Favorite, which features three new tracks, including the lead single "Favorite (Vampire)".

Kick Back

Kick Back

Kick Back is the third extended play by the Chinese boy band WayV with the lead single of the same name. It was released on March 10, 2021, by Label V and SM Entertainment, with Dreamus as the South Korean distributor and Owhat as the distributor for China. Consisting of six songs that fall mostly in the R&B genre with influences from hip-hop and pop, Kick Back featured the participation of various songwriters and production teams that have worked with SM previously, namely Alawn, Jasmine Kara, Bobii Lewis, Ebenezer Fabiyi, Dsign Music, Hyuk Shin, Simon Petrén, Cazzi Opeia, Ryan S. Jhun, and others.

Bravo Otto

Bravo Otto

The Bravo Otto is a German accolade honoring excellence of performers in film, television and music. Established in 1957, the award is presented annually, with winners selected by the readers of Bravo magazine. The award is presented in gold, silver and bronze and, since 1996, an honorary platinum statuette presented for lifetime achievement.

Cherry Bomb (EP)

Cherry Bomb (EP)

Cherry Bomb is the third extended play by NCT 127, the Seoul-based sub-unit of the South Korean boy band NCT. It was released by SM Entertainment on June 14, 2017, and distributed by Genie Music. The EP includes a total of seven tracks.

NCT 2018 Empathy

NCT 2018 Empathy

NCT 2018 Empathy is the debut studio album by South Korean Boy band NCT, an unlimited group project under the management of SM Entertainment. Containing a total of fourteen tracks with twelve of which were released as singles from 2016 to 2018, the album marked the first group release with eighteen members from three different units participating at the time, while being the first release to officially introduce three new members Kun, Jungwoo and Lucas. With the group's label founder Lee Soo-man serving as the executive producer, composition and production for the album was contributed by Matt Schwartz, Tommy $trate, The Stereotypes, Timothy 'Bos' Bullock, Deez, Yoo Young-jin, Ryan S. Jhun, MZMC, Adrian McKinnon, Shin Hyuk, Josh Cumbee, Andrew Choi, Sara Forsberg, LDN Noise, and others. It was released on March 14, 2018, by SM Entertainment and iriver Inc along with the album's fourth single "Touch" by the Seoul-based unit NCT 127 and "Black on Black", the first single featuring all eighteen members of the group at that time.

Regular-Irregular

Regular-Irregular

Regular-Irregular is the first studio album by South Korean boy band NCT 127, the second sub-unit of the South Korean boy band NCT. Described as a multi-genre concept album with a total of eleven tracks, the album was released by SM Entertainment on October 12, 2018, and distributed by IRIVER. This marks NCT 127's first Korean major release in a year and four months since their previous EP, Cherry Bomb, which was released in June 2017. It is also their first release as a ten-member group since the addition of Jungwoo in September 2018.

10th Gaon Chart Music Awards

10th Gaon Chart Music Awards

The 10th Gaon Chart Music Awards ceremony was held on January 13, 2021, via virtual livestream from studio without any performance and on-site audience due to COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea. BTS was the most awarded act with 6 awards, followed by Blackpink with 4 and IU with 3.

Neo Zone

Neo Zone

Neo Zone is the second Korean studio album by the South Korean boy band NCT 127. Preceded by the music video release for "Dreams Come True" on NCT 127 Day, January 27 (1/27), the 13-track album was released through SM Entertainment and Capitol Music Group on March 6, 2020. Neo Zone contains various musical genres from hip hop, R&B, funk, to electro-pop, which aimed to create a soundscape that broadened the group's sonic vision. The repackaged version of the album, titled "NCT #127 Neo Zone: The Final Round", was released on May 19, 2020.

Other accolades

State honors

Country Year Honor Recipient Ref.
South Korea[h] 2019 Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation NCT 127 [135]
2021 NCT Dream [136]

Listicles

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Recipient Listicle Rank Ref(s)
Billboard 2018 NCT Dream 21 Under 21 20th [137]
2019 13th [138]
2020 Placed [139]
Sisa Journal[i] 2021 NCT 127 100 Next Generation Leaders – Culture and Arts Placed [144]
Time 2018 NCT Dream 25 Most Influential Teens Placed [145]

Source: "List of awards and nominations received by NCT", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 29th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_awards_and_nominations_received_by_NCT.

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Notes
  1. ^ A bonsang (Korean본상), which translates to "main prize", is a major award given at a South Korean award ceremony.
  2. ^ 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.[5]
  3. ^ Hosted by the Hong Kong Asia Pacific International Group and Sunway Records, the Asian Pop Music Awards bases its winners on "Asian Pop Music Chart" which opened in September 2019.[23]
  4. ^ 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.[69]
  5. ^ The Korean Entertainment Arts Awards are an annual awards show held in South Korea established in 1995.[72]
  6. ^ Renamed Group Daesang - Boy Group.
  7. ^ The award was named "Boy Group Grand Award" in the 2019 ceremony, even though it wasn't a grand award, but just a regular award category, and this award ceremony isn't a major award ceremony as well, hence not recognised as an actual grand award won.
  8. ^ Honors are given at the Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards, organized by the Korea Creative Content Agency and hosted by the South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. They are awarded to individuals or groups for their contribution to popular culture in South Korea and abroad.
  9. ^ The Sisa Journal is one of the major weekly news magazines in Korea.[140] Established in 1989,[141] its annually conducted 'Who Moves Korea' survey determines the most influential figures in the country and highlights next-generation leaders of Korea.[142] The survey is conducted on a total of 1000 experts across 10 fields, including professors, journalists, politicians, businessmen, and cultural artists.[143]
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