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2000 Mnet Music Video Festival

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Most awards  Jo Sungmo (2)
Runtime  around 160 minutes
Other ceremonies  1999, 2001
Most nominations  H.O.T., Jo Sungmo (3)
Date  24 November 2000
Location  Seoul, South Korea
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Hosted by  Cha Tae-hyun and Kim Hyun-joo
Official website  Mnet Asian Music Awards
Network  South Korea: Mnet Japan: Mnet Japan
Hosts  Cha Tae-hyun, Kim Hyun-joo

The 2000 Mnet Music Video Festival (MMF) was the second of the annual music awards in Seoul, South Korea that took place on November 24, 2000 at the Little Angels Arts Center.


Leading the nominees were boyband H.O.T. and solo artist Jo Sungmo, with three each. By the end of the ceremony, Jo Sungmo received the most awards with two wins, including the "Music Video of the Year" daesang award. The boy-band group H.O.T. received only one award, though they received the daesang award for "Best Popular Music Video".


The award-giving body continued to be named as " Korean Music Festival" (MKMF) for the second time. During this time, four more categories were added including the Best R&B Performance. The Best New Artist and Best Group were given to two recipients each since the awards for male and female recipients were separated. In addition, the Best Group branched out further to give a separate award for the Best Mixed Group. Furthermore, the event also featured Westlife, the first international artist to perform live. The grand awards (or daesang) were still the Best Popular Music Video and Music Video of the Year, without the nominees.

Nomination process

The Nominee Selection Committee had an initial screening to choose for the nominees who released songs or albums from November 1999 to October 2000. The official website was then opened on November 2 for voting. In addition, professional judges have also chosen from the nominees based on its criteria: planning, song quality, artistry, and popularity.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.

Special awards
  • Japan Viewer's Choice Award: Click-B ("화영문")
  • Judges' Choice Award: Tae Jin-ah ("Love Is Not For Someone")
  • 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.


    2000 Mnet Music Video Festival Wikipedia

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