On February 27, the '34th Golden Disc Awards' in Japan revealed its full list of award winners for the 2020 year, based on artists' sales and achievements from 2019.
Following their 5 award trophies at last year's 'Golden Disc Awards' in Japan, boy group BTS once again scored a total of 4 award trophies this year including 'Best Asian Artist', 'Best 5 Singles', 'Song of the Year by Downloads', and 'Best MV'. The group was awarded the 'Best 5 Singles' award for their Japanese single album 'Lights/Boy With Luv' released back in July of 2019, which became the first single album by any K-Pop artist to be certified 'Million' in Japan.
Among girl groups, JYP Entertainment's TWICE raked in a total of 3 awards at Japan's 'Golden Disc Awards' this year including two 'Best 3 Albums' awards for '#TWICE2' and '&TWICE', as well as 'Asian Album of the Year'.
Finally, the 'Best 3 New Artists' award went to 3 K-Pop groups: IZ*ONE, The Boyz, and (G)I-DLE. Project group IZ*ONE also claimed the award for 'New Artist of the Year', while JYJ member/solo artist Jaejoong - currently promoting in Japan as J-Jun - was also selected as a winner of the 'Best 3 Albums' category for his album 'Love Covers'.
Congratulations to all!