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Show! Music Core
Show! Music Core
Show! Music Core.png
MBC Show Music Core Logo
GenreMusic
Presented byMina, Chani, Hyunjin
Country of originSouth Korea
Original Korean
No. of episodes664 (as of January 18, 2020)
Production
Running time65 minutes
Production MBC Entertainment
DistributorMBC
Release
Original network
Picture format1080i (ATSC)
2160p (ATSC 3.0) (trial run from February 13 - March 12, 2016)[1]
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseOctober 9, 2005 (2005-10-09) -
present (present)
External links
Website

Show! Music Core (Korean?! ?) is a South Korean music television program broadcast by MBC. It airs live every Saturday. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform live on stage. It is broadcast from MBC Dream Center in Goyang, Gyeonggi-do.

History

Prior to the current Show! Music Core, numerous music programs with similar content were aired on MBC. Below is the list in chronological order.

Broadcast date Program name
October 30, 1989 - November 2, 1990 Show Network (? ?)
November 9, 1990 - April 30, 1993 Everyone's Popular Songs (? ?)
May 7, 1993 - October 8, 1993 Choice Best Popular Songs ( ?)
April 21, 1995 - January 17, 1998 Popular Songs Best 50 (? 50)
January 24, 1998 - April 18, 1998 Live Young Times ( )
April 25, 1998 - January 23, 1999 Music Camp (?)
February 30, 1999 - May 8, 1999 Family Camp (?)
May 15, 1999 - July 30, 2005 Live Music Camp ( ?)

Live Music Camp was cancelled due to a broadcast accident of revealing genitalia.[2]

After a brief hiatus, Show! Music Core began airing on October 29, 2005, with charts similar to its predecessors. However, the charts were removed on January 7, 2006, and it continues to air without any charts or awards. Even without the weekly chart award, the show was known for its special production and stages.

From 2007 to 2008, a "Mobile Ranking" segment was used to rank the popularity of songs downloaded to mobile phones and from online music sites.[3]

On March 11, 2013, MBC announced they would return their chart system after seven years without the segment. The ranking system was reinstalled on April 20, 2013, with a first-place trophy given to the top song amongst the nominees for each week.[4]

November 21, 2015, MBC announced that their chart system would be removed once again. The MBC variety department said "Instead of the ranking system, we intend to show more diverse genres of music and continue to work hard to be a representative music program of Korea."[5]

On February 11, 2016, MBC announced a trial phase of their simultaneous live broadcast of Show! Music Core in HD and UHD (ultra-high-definition) utilizing a dedicated 4K camera, in preparation for their launch of UHD broadcasts scheduled for 2017. The trial phase had taken place February 13 through March 12, 2016.[needs update][1]

On April 5, 2017, MBC announced that they would, yet again, return to their chart ranking system since April 22, 2017.[6]

Presenters

List of former presenters
Date Host(s)
October 29, 2005 - April 29, 2006 Shin Dong-wook, Hong Soo-ah
May 6 - November 4, 2006[7] Brian, Jang Mi-inae
November 11, 2006 - March 31, 2007 Brian, Kim Hyun-joong
April 7, 2007 Brian, Bae Seul-ki
April 14, 2007 Brian, HyunA, Sohee
April 21, 2007 Brian, Younha
April 28, 2007 Brian, Ivy
May 5, 2007 Brian, Nam Gyu-ri
May 12 - June 30, 2007 Brian, Sohee, Hyuna
July 7 - November 3, 2007 Brian, Kang-in
November 10, 2007 - April 26, 2008 T.O.P, Sohee, Sunye
May 10, 2008 - March 28, 2009 Seungri, Daesung, Sol Bi
April 4, 2009 - February 27, 2010 Tiffany, Yuri
March 6, 2010 Sooyoung, Tiffany, Seohyun
March 13, 2010 - May 22, 2010 Tiffany, Yuri
May 29, 2010 Sunye, Yubin, Yonghwa
June 5, 2010 Eunhyuk, Siwon, Krystal
June 12, 2010 Seungyeon, Hara, Kim Hyun-joong
June 19, 2010 Yuri, Yonghwa, Seohyun
June 26 - July 31, 2010 Tiffany, Yuri
August 7, 2010 Krystal, Onew
August 14, 2010 Nichkhun, Suzy, Krystal, Onew
August 21, 2010 IU, Doojoon, Gikwang
August 28, 2010 Jinwoon, Hyomin, Jiyeon
September 4, 2010 Tiffany, Yuri, Oh Sang-jin
September 11, 2010 Hyuna, Hongki, Sunhwa
September 18, 2010 Eunhyuk, Lizzy, Krystal
September 25 - October 23, 2010 Various Special MCs
October 30, 2010 - July 9, 2011 Onew, Min-ho, Suzy, Jiyeon
July 16 - October 8, 2011 Suzy, Ji-yeon
October 15, 2011 - January 28, 2012 Tiffany, Yuri
February 4, 2012 Hongki, Jaejin, Jonghoon
February 11, 2012 Chunji, Niel, L.Joe
February 18, 2012 Taeyeon, Seohyun
February 25 - March 31, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
April 7, 2012 Yonghwa, Hyoyeon, Seohyun
April 14, 2012 - July 21, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
July 28, 2012 Eunhyuk, Kyuhyun, Ji-yeon
August 4, 2012 Doojoon, Bora, Dasom
August 11, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
August 18, 2012 - August 25, 2012 Doojoon, Yoseob, Bora
September 1, 2012 - September 15, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
September 22, 2012 Kwanghee, Siwan, Sunhwa, Zinger
September 29, 2012 Kwanghee, Hyoseong, Sunhwa
October 6, 2012 - October 13, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
October 20, 2012 Hyoseong, Sunhwa
October 27, 2012 - November 3, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
November 10, 2012 Daehyun, Min, Suzy
November 17, 2012 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
November 24, 2012 Lee Joon, Sunhwa
December 1, 2012 Lee Joon, Oh Yeon-seo
December 8, 2012 - January 12, 2013 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
January 19, 2013 Yonghwa, Jonghyun, Minhyuk, Jungshin
January 26, 2013 - February 2, 2013 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
February 9, 2013 - February 23, 2013 Jinyoung, Sandeul, Baro
March 2, 2013 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
March 9, 2013 Jokwon, Jinwoon, Jaekyung
March 16, 2013 Jokwon, Seulong, Minah
March 23, 2013 - April 13, 2013 Taeyeon, Tiffany, Seohyun
April 6, 2013 Woohyun, L, Sung-kyu (Infinite)
April 20, 2013 - June 28, 2014 Noh Hong-chul, Kim Sohyun and Choi Minho
June 29, 2013 Haha in lieu of Choi Minho
July 6, August 3 and 10, 2013, February 8, 2014 Park Hyung-sik (ZE:A) in lieu of Choi Minho
August 24, 2013 Yoseob in lieu of Choi Minho
October 5, 2013 Chanyeol in lieu of Choi Minho
October 19, 2013 K.Will in lieu of Choi Minho
October 26, 2013 Hyomin in lieu of Choi Minho
November 30, 2013 Suzy in lieu of Choi Minho
January 4, 2014 Sehun & Xiumin in lieu of Choi Minho
January 18, 2014 B1A4 in lieu of Choi Minho
April 5, 2014 Henry in lieu of Choi Minho
May 31, 2014 L & Sung-kyu in lieu of Choi Minho & Noh Hong-chul
June 7, 2014 N in lieu of Choi Minho
July 19, 2014 Zico
August 30, 2014 Hara
September 6, 2014 Choi Minho, Kim Sohyun, Zico
September 13, 2014 Choi Minho, Kim Sohyun, Junho
September 20, 2014 - March 14, 2015 Choi Minho, Kim Sohyun, Zico
March 21, 2015 SinB, Kim Sohyun, Zico
March 28, 2015 - April 18, 2015 Choi Minho, Kim Sohyun, Zico
April 25, 2015 Kangnam, Bomi, Kyunsung
May 2, 2015 - November 14, 2015 N, Choi Minho, Yeri
November 21, 2015 - September 24, 2016 Kim Sae-ron, Kim Min-jae
October 1, 2016 - April 15, 2017 Kim Sae-ron, Cha Eun-woo, Lee Soo-min
April 22, 2017 - January 27, 2018 Cha Eun-woo, Xiyeon
February 3, 2018 Bobby, B.I, Yeri
February 24, 2018 - September 22, 2018 Ong Seong-wu, Mina, Mark Lee
September 29, 2018 - January 12, 2019 Mina, Mark Lee
January 19, 2019 - February 9, 2019 Mina
February 16, 2019 - present Mina, Chani, Hyunjin

Chart system

Music Core brought back the show's chart on April 20, 2013. First-place winners are determined using the ranking system below. The list also shows the current and former scoring computation used. As of June 8, 2013, four nominees had decreased to three nominees.

Period covered Chart system[8]
April 20-27, 2013 Physical album and digital sales 40%, music video views 15%, viewers committee pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 20%, live voting 25% (for first-place nominees only)
May 4, 2013 - June 1, 2013 Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 10%, Live Voting 20% (for 1st place nominees only)
June 8, 2013 - June 14, 2014 Physical Album + Digital Sales 70%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 10%, Live Voting 10% (for 1st place nominees only)
June 21, 2014 - November 14, 2015 Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 15%, Live Voting 15% (for 1st place nominees only)
April 22, 2017 - August 17, 2019 Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 10%, MBC Radio Broadcast 5%, Audience Live Voting 15% (for 1st place nominees only)
August 24, 2019 - present Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 10%, MBC Radio Broadcast 5%, Streaming HOT Chart 10% (for 1st place nominees only), Audience Live Voting 15% (for 1st place nominees only)

List of winners

2005

List of first place winners
Month Date Artist Song
October October 29 Epik High "Fly"
November November 5 Epik High "Fly"
November 12 Epik High "Fly"
November 19 g.o.d. "2 Love"
November 26 g.o.d. "2 Love"
December December 3 g.o.d. "2 Love"
December 10 g.o.d. "2 Love"
December 17 Tei "Screaming I Miss You"
December 24 MC the Max "Love is Supposed to Hurt"
December 31 MC the Max "Love is Supposed to Hurt"

2013

List of first place winners
Month Date Artist Song
April April 20 Infinite "Man in Love" [7,587 points]
April 27 Psy "Gentleman" [6,847 points]
May May 4 Cho Yong-pil "Bounce" [7,698 points]
May 11 Roy Kim "Spring Spring Spring" [8,333 points]
May 18 B1A4 "What's Going On?" [8,479 points]
May 25 Shinhwa "This Love" [7,634 points]
June June 1 Shinhwa "This Love" [8,540 points]
June 8 Beast "Will You Be Okay?" [7,348 points]
June 15 Exo "Wolf" [6,392 points]
June 22 Sistar "Give It To Me" [7,717 points]
June 29 Sistar "Give It To Me" [8,473 points]
July July 6 Roy Kim "Love Love Love" [8,270 points]
July 13 Dynamic Duo "BAAAM" [7,885 points]
July 20 2NE1 "Falling In Love" [7,691 Points]
July 27 Infinite "Destiny" [9,770 points]
August August 3 Beast "Shadow" [8,368 points]
August 10 <Music Core Summer Special - No Chart>
August 17 <Music Core 2013 Korea Music Festival in Sokcho - No Chart>
August 24 Exo "Growl" [8,666 points]
August 31 Exo "Growl" [8,074 points]
September September 7 Exo "Growl" [6,925 points]
September 14 <Music Core Pre-record Show - No Chart>
September 21 <Music Core K-POP Festival - No Chart>
September 28 Soyou & Mad Clown "Stupid In Love" [6,364 points]
October October 5 Busker Busker "Love, at first" [8,219 points]
October 12 Busker Busker "Love, at first" [7,493 points]
October 19 IU "The Red Shoes" [9,846 points]
October 26 Shinee "Everybody" [9,641 points]
November November 2 K.Will "You Don't Know Love" [7,647 points]
November 9 Trouble Maker "Now" [8,450 points]
November 16 <Music Core Pre-record Show - No Chart>
November 23 Davichi "The Letter" [6,614 points]
November 30 2NE1 "Missing You" [8,454 points]
December December 7 Hyolyn "One Way Love" [7,295 points]
December 14 Exo "Miracles in December" [7,458 points]
December 21 Exo "Miracles in December" [9,032 points]
December 28 <Music Core Year End Chart Special - No Chart>

2014

List of first place winners[8]

January

February

  • 02.01 - <Music Core Pre-record Show - No Chart>
  • 02.08 - B1A4 - "Lonely" [7,162 points]
  • 02.15 - <No Chart>
  • 02.22 - Soyou & Junggigo - "Some" [7,158 points]

March

April

  • 04.05 - Park Hyo-shin - "Wild Flower" [7,576 points]
  • 04.12 - Apink - "Mr. Chu" [9,447 points]
  • 04.19 - <No Chart>
  • 04.26 - <No Chart>

May

June

  • 06.07 - Gary & Jungin - "Your Scent" [6,201 points]
  • 06.14 - Taeyang - "Eyes, Nose, Lips" [7,518 points]
  • 06.21 - Beast - "No More" [8,330 points]
  • 06.28 - Beast - "Good Luck" [10,000 points]

July

August

  • 08.02 - Infinite - "Back" [7,154 points]
  • 08.09 - <No Chart>
  • 08.16 - <No Chart>
  • 08.23 - Block B - "H.E.R" [8,239 points]
  • 08.30 - Taemin - "Danger" [7,368 points]

September

October

November

December

  • 12.06 - Apink - "Luv" [9,237 points]
  • 12.13 - Apink - "Luv" [7,822 points]
  • 12.20 - Apink - "Luv" [7,185 points]
  • 12.27 - <No Chart>

2015

List of first place winners[8]

January

February

  • 02.07 - Infinite H - "Pretty" [9,049 points]
  • 02.14 - Zion.T & Crush - "Just" [6,112 points]
  • 02.21 - 4Minute - "Crazy" [7,278 points]
  • 02.28 - Niel - "Love Killer" [6,462 points]

March

  • 03.07 - VIXX - "Love Equation" [9,094 points]
  • 03.14 - Shinhwa - "Sniper" [7,630 points]
  • 03.21 - Shinhwa - "Sniper" [8,186 points]
  • 03.28 - <No Show>

April

May

June

July

August

September

  • 09.05 - <No Chart: DMC Festival>
  • 09.12 - <No Chart: DMC Festival>
  • 09.19 - Girls' Generation - "Lion Heart" [9,699 points]
  • 09.26 - iKon - "My Type" [8,277 points]

October

  • 10.03 - Park Kyung - "Ordinary Love" [6,693 points]
  • 10.10 - <No Show>
  • 10.17 - <No Chart>
  • 10.24 - Taeyeon - "I" [8,421 points]
  • 10.31 - <No Show: 2015 KBO Pro Baseball Korean Series>

November

  • 11.07 - <No Chart>
  • 11.14 - IU - "Twenty-Three" [7,503 points]

(Starting from November 14, 2015, the ranking system was abolished but was revived later on April 22, 2017)

2017

List of first place winners[8]
Key
Highest score in 2017
-- No show was held
Episode Date Artist Song Points
548 April 22 Winner "Really Really" 7,378
549 April 29 IU "Palette" 7,248
550 May 6 7,720
551 May 13 Sechs Kies "Be Well" 8,138
552 May 20 7,412
553 May 27 Twice "Signal" 8,448
554 June 3 8,053
555 June 10 Highlight "Calling You" 7,636
556 June 17 G-Dragon "Untitled, 2014" 7,854
557 June 24 7,359
558 July 1 Mamamoo "Yes I Am" 8,760
559 July 8 Apink "Five" 7,118
560 July 15 5,742
561 July 22 Red Velvet "Red Flavor" 9,427
562 July 29
Special episode, winners were not announced
563 August 5 Exo "Ko Ko Bop" 9,316
564 August 12 9,266
565 August 19 Wanna One "Energetic" 9,703
566 August 26 7,740
567 September 2 6,390
No show, winners were not announced (September 9-November 18)
568 November 25 Wanna One "Beautiful" 8,908
569 December 2 8,291
570 December 9 5,964
571 December 16 5,922
572 December 23 Twice "Heart Shaker" 9,929
-- December 30
No show, winners were not announced

2018

List of first place winners[8]
Key
Highest score in 2018
-- No show was held
Episode Date Artist Song Points
573 January 6 Exo "Universe" 9,031
574 January 13 Twice "Heart Shaker" 7,007
575 January 20 Infinite "Tell Me" 6,494
576 January 27 Sunmi "Heroine" 6,010
577 February 3 Jonghyun "Shinin'" 7,975
-- February 10 No show, winners were not announced
-- February 17
578 February 24 iKon "Love Scenario" 8,620
579 March 3 8,551
580 March 10 7,929
581 March 17 Wanna One "I Promise You (I.P.U.)" 7,619
-- March 24 No show, winners were not announced
582 March 31 Wanna One "Boomerang" 9,289
583 April 7 6,425
584 April 14 Winner "Everyday" 9,112
585 April 21 Twice "What Is Love?" 8,029
586 April 28 8,934
-- May 5 No show, winners were not announced
587 May 12 GFriend "Time for the Moon Night" 8,842
588 May 19 7,872
589 May 26 BTS "Fake Love" 8,919
590 June 2 10,000
591 June 9 8,056
592 June 16 Wanna One "Light" 8,025
593 June 23 Blackpink "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" 6,071
594 June 30 8,174
595 July 7 7,273
596 July 14 7,367
597 July 21 Twice "Dance the Night Away" 9,792
598 July 28 No chart, winners were not announced
599 August 4 Twice "Dance the Night Away" 7,440
600 August 11 6,575
601 August 18 Red Velvet "Power Up" 9,387
-- August 25 No show, winners were not announced
-- September 1
602 September 8 No chart, winners were not announced
-- September 15 No show, winners were not announced
603 September 22 Sunmi "Siren" 6,513
604 September 29 Got7 "Lullaby" 6,123
605 October 6 Im Chang-jung "There Has Never Been a Day I Haven't Loved You" 5,840
606 October 13 iKon "Goodbye Road" 8,577
607 October 20 IU "Bbibbi" 8,067
608 October 27 8,264
609 November 3 7,729
-- November 10 No show, winners were not announced
610 November 17 No chart, winners were not announced
-- November 24 No show, winners were not announced
611 December 1 Wanna One "Spring Breeze" 8,123
612 December 8 Mino "Fiancé" 6,961
613 December 15 7,302
614 December 22 Exo "Love Shot" 6,762
615 December 29 No chart, winners were not announced

2019

List of first place winners[8]
Key
Highest score in 2019
-- No show was held
Episode Date Artist Song Points
616 January 5 Winner "Millions" 6,961
617 January 12 Chungha "Gotta Go" 7,020
618 January 19 6,795
619 January 26 GFriend "Sunrise" 6,698
620 February 2 Seventeen "Home" 6,874
-- February 9 No show, winners were not announced
621 February 16 Chungha "Gotta Go" 5,668
622 February 23 Itzy "Dalla Dalla" 7,164
623 March 2 Hwasa "Twit" 7,344
624 March 9 Itzy "Dalla Dalla" 6,267
625 March 16 Hwasa "Twit" 5,804
-- March 23 No show, winners were not announced
626 March 30 Mamamoo "Gogobebe" 7,444
627 April 6 Taeyeon "Four Seasons" 7,372
628 April 13 Chen "Beautiful Goodbye" 6,732
629 April 20 BTS "Boy with Luv" 6,743
630 April 27 10,000
-- May 4 No show, winners were not announced
631 May 11 BTS "Boy with Luv" 7,967
632 May 18 8,278
633 May 25 8,830
634 June 1 8,247
635 June 8 7,218
636 June 15 6,902
637 June 22 6,080
638 June 29 Red Velvet "Zimzalabim" 6,245
639 July 6 Chungha "Snapping" 7,864
640 July 13 GFriend "Fever" 6,463
641 July 20 Baekhyun "UN Village" 6,773
642 July 27 No chart, winners were not announced
643 August 3
644 August 10 Itzy "Icy" 7,412
645 August 17 6,309
646 August 24 7,175
647 August 31 Red Velvet "Umpah Umpah" 8,033
648[a] September 14 No chart, winners were not announced
649 September 21 Bolbbalgan4 "Workaholic" 7,175
650 September 28 6,656
651[b] October 12 No chart, winners were not announced
652 October 19
653 October 26 AKMU "How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You're the One I Love" 8,390
654 November 2 NU'EST "Love Me" 7,670
655 November 9 Taeyeon "Spark" 9,740
656 November 16 IU "Love Poem" 8,830
657 November 23 7,194
-- November 30 No show, winners were not announced
658 December 7 Exo "Obsession" 8,194
659 December 14 7,549
660 December 21 IU "Blueming" 7,312
661 December 28 No chart, winners were not announced
  1. ^ Episode 648 was recorded on September 7 and broadcast on September 14.
  2. ^ Episode 651 was recorded on October 5 and broadcast on October 12.

2020

List of first place winners[8]
Key
Highest score in 2020
-- No show was held
Episode Date Artist Song Points
662 January 4 Red Velvet "Psycho" 10,895
663 January 11 9,398
664 January 18 8,047

Achievements by artists

List of most Number 1 winners
Rank Artist Count
1st Exo 19
2nd BTS 12
Wanna One
4th IU 11
5th Beast/Highlight 10
6th Twice 9
7th Apink 8
Red Velvet
9th Big Bang 5
Girls' Generation
Infinite
iKon
Itzy
14th g.o.d 4
Shinhwa
GFriend
Blackpink
Chungha
List of longest consecutive Number 1 songs
Rank Artist Song Count Year
1st BTS "Boy with Luv" 9 times 2019
2nd Apink "Luv" 5 times 2014-2015
3rd g.o.d "2 Love" 4 times 2005
Exo "Call Me Baby" 2015
Wanna One "Beautiful" 2017
Blackpink "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" 2018
7th Epik High "Fly" 3 times 2005
Exo "Growl" 2013
Beast "Good Luck" 2014
Exo "Love Me Right" 2015
Wanna One "Energetic" 2017
iKon "Love Scenario" 2018
BTS "Fake Love"
Twice "Dance the Night Away"
IU "Bbibbi"
Itzy "Icy" 2019
Red Velvet "Psycho" 2020
List of top 10 highest scores (1st - 3rd systems)

First system (April 20, 2013 - April 27, 2013): Physical Album + Digital Sales (40%), Music Video Views (15%), Viewers Committee Pre-voting (20%), Live Voting (25%)
Second system (May 4, 2013 - June 1, 2013): Physical Album + Digital Sales (60%), Music Video Views (10%), Viewers Committee Pre-voting (10%), Live Voting (20%)
Third system (June 8, 2013 - June 14, 2014): Physical Album + Digital Sales (70%), Music Video Views (10%), Viewers Committee Pre-voting (10%), Live Voting (10%)

Rank Artist Song Score Date
1st IU "The Red Shoes" 9,846 points 2013/10/19
2nd Infinite "Destiny" 9,770 points 2013/07/23
3rd Shinee "Everybody" 9,641 points 2013/10/26
4th Apink "Mr. Chu" 9,447 points 2014/04/12
5th Exo-K "Overdose" 9,257 points 2014/05/17
6th Exo "Miracles in December" 9,032 points 2013/12/21
7th "Growl" 8,666 points 2013/08/24
8th Shinhwa "This Love" 8,540 points 2013/06/01
9th B1A4 "What's Going On?" 8,479 points 2013/05/18
10th Sistar "Give It To Me" 8,473 points 2013/06/29
List of Top 10 highest scores (4th system)

Fourth system (June 21, 2014 - November 14, 2015): Physical Album + Digital Sales (60%), Music Video Views (10%), Viewers Committee Pre-voting (15%), Live Voting (15%)

Rank Artist Song Score Date
1st Beast "Good Luck" 10,000 points 2014/06/28
2nd Girls' Generation "Lion Heart" 9,699 points 2015/09/19
3rd Exo "Love Me Right" 9,666 points 2015/06/13
4th Girls' Generation "Party" 9,660 points 2015/07/18
5th Exo "Love Me Right" 9,562 points 2015/06/20
6th Big Bang "Let's Not Fall in Love" 9,472 points 2015/08/22
7th Shinee "View" 9,251 points 2015/06/06
8th Apink "Luv" 9,237 points 2014/12/06
9th Beast "12:30" 9,197 points 2014/11/01
10th VIXX "Love Equation" 9,094 points 2015/03/07
List of Top 10 highest scores (5th system)

Fifth system (April 22, 2017 - August 17, 2019): Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting 10%, MBC Radio Broadcast 5%, Audience Live Voting 15%

Rank Artist Song Score Date
1st BTS "Fake Love" 10,000 points 2018/06/02
"Boy with Luv" 2019/04/27
2nd Twice "Heart Shaker" 9,929 points 2017/12/23
3rd "Dance the Night Away" 9,792 points 2018/07/21
4th Wanna One "Energetic" 9,703 points 2017/08/19
5th Red Velvet "Red Flavor" 9,427 points 2017/07/22
6th "Power Up" 9,387 points 2018/08/18
7th Exo "Ko Ko Bop" 9,316 points 2017/08/05
8th Wanna One "Boomerang" 9,289 points 2018/03/31
9th Exo "Ko Ko Bop" 9,266 points 2017/08/12
10th Winner "Everyday" 9,112 points 2018/04/14
List of Top 10 highest scores (6th system)

Sixth system (August 24, 2019 - present): Physical Album + Digital Sales 60%, Music Video Views 10%, Viewers Committee Pre-voting (by 2,000 people) 10%, MBC Radio Broadcast 5%, Streaming HOT Chart 10% (for 1st place nominees only), Audience Live Voting 15% (for 1st place nominees only)

Rank Artist Song Score Date
1st Red Velvet "Psycho" 10,895 points 2020/01/04
2nd Taeyeon "Spark" 9,740 points 2019/11/09
3rd Red Velvet "Psycho" 9,398 points 2020/01/11
4th IU "Love Poem" 8,830 points 2019/11/16
5th AKMU "How Can I Love the Heartbreak, You're the One I Love" 8,390 points 2019/10/26
6th Exo "Obsession" 8,194 points 2019/12/07
7th Red Velvet "Psycho" 8,047 points 2020/01/18
8th "Umpah Umpah" 8,033 points 2019/08/31
9th NU'EST "Love Me" 7,670 points 2019/11/02
10th Exo "Obsession" 7,549 points 2019/12/14
List of top 10 highest scores (all time)
Rank Artist Song Score Date
1st Red Velvet "Psycho" 10,895 points 2020/01/04
2nd Beast "Good Luck" 10,000 points 2014/06/28
BTS "Fake Love" 2018/06/02
"Boy with Luv" 2019/04/27
3rd Twice "Heart Shaker" 9,929 points 2017/12/23
4th IU "The Red Shoes" 9,846 points 2013/10/19
5th Twice "Dance the Night Away" 9,792 points 2018/07/21
6th Infinite "Destiny" 9,770 points 2013/07/27
7th Taeyeon "Spark" 9,740 points 2019/11/09
8th Wanna One "Energetic" 9,703 points 2017/08/19
9th Girls' Generation "Lion Heart" 9,699 points 2015/09/19
10th Exo "Love Me Right" 9,666 points 2015/06/13

Similar programs

See also

References

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