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1999 Mnet Video Music Awards

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Hosted by  Choi Hal Li
Network  South Korea: Mnet
Date  27 November 1999
Location  Seoul, South Korea
Most awards  H.O.T. (2)
Runtime  100-110 minutes
Other ceremonies  2000
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Most nominations  H.O.T., Lee Seung-hwan (3)
Official website  Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 1999 Mnet Video Music Awards was the first of the annual music awards in Seoul, South Korea that took place on November 27, 1999, at Little Angels Arts Center.

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Leading the nominees were the boy-band group H.O.T. and solo artist Lee Seung-hwan with three each, followed by four artists including the new boy-band group g.o.d with three. By the end of the ceremony, boy-band group H.O.T., Lee Seung-hwan and Lee Jung-hyun received the most wins with two awards.

Background

The award-giving body began in this year under the name "Mnet Km Music Festival" (MKMF). During this time, it was the first and only Korean music video awards ceremony. It consists of 14 categories including the Best International Artist. The grand awards (or daesang) were Best Popular Music Video and Music Video of the Year.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.

Special award
  • 기획상: 대한민국/전 리안 - 이채형
  • Artist(s) with multiple wins

    The following artist(s) received two or more wins (excluding the special awards):

    Artist(s) with multiple nominations

    The following artist(s) received two or more nominations:

    Presenters and performers

    The following individuals and groups, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.

    References

    1999 Mnet Video Music Awards Wikipedia


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