TONIGHT: The Fact Music Awards 2021

The Fact Music Awards returns tonight for its 2021 edition, and includes a massive lineup of the biggest stars in the Korean music industry.

Set to be hosted by Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun, comedian Shin Dong-yup, and entertainer Boom, the spectacular show is set to be host to some amazing performances as well as awarding trophies in a number of categories.

The current lineup of performers is as follows:

  • BTS - The world’s biggest boy band will be making an appearance at The Fact Music Awards. The group was the first artist to be announced, although as yet it is still unknown which songs they will be performing for fans.
  • Super Junior
  • Seventeen
  • Hwang Chi-yeul
  • Brave Girls
  • Oh My Girl
  • Itzy
  • Stray Kids - JYP’s boy group has apparently organised a special stage for The Fact Music Awards, performing their B-side tracks from “No Easy”, including “Gone Away”, “Red Lights”, and “Surfin’”.
  • The Boyz
  • Ateez
  • Astro
  • Enhypen
  • Kang Daniel
  • Weeekly
  • Cravity
  • Lim Young Woon

The categories available for wins, and their scoring systems, are as follows:

  • Grand Prize - 40% music and album scores / 60% judge score
  • Listener’s Choice - 60% music and album scores / 40% judge score
  • World Wide Icon - 40% music and album scores / 60% judge score
  • U+IDOL Live Popularity Award - 100% voting
  • Artist of the Year - 40% music and album scores / 60% judge score
  • Hottest - 40% music and album scores / 60% judge score
  • Next Leader - 40% music and album scores / 60% judge score
  • Fan N Star Most Voted:Singer / Individual / Trot - 100% voting
  • Fan N Star Choice Award: Singer / Individual - 100% voting
  • Trot Popularity Award - 100%
  • Fan N Star Best ADs Award - 100%
The award show will be available to stream on The Fact's YoutTube channel.

Ford Carter

Ford Carter is an online blogger studying journalism who's hundreds of articles across half a dozen fansites from the music and television industries have now been read more than 300,000 times. From his home in regional Australia, you'll often find him binging kdramas or rewatching old editions of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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