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Music Bank (Korean: 뮤직뱅크) is a South Korean music television program broadcast by KBS. It airs live every Friday at 6:05PM. The show features some of the latest and most popular artists who perform live on stage. It is hosted by actor Hyun Woo and actress Kim Min Ji.

History

Prior to Music Bank, Top 10 Songs (가요톱10) debuted in 1981 airing live at 6:30PM on Fridays and aired until 1998. For the first few months of 1998, Bravo New Generation took its place, but due to low ratings, it was quickly replaced by Music Bank on June 18, 1998. The chart format that was used since Top 10 Songs was abandoned in late 2001 due to controversy and was changed into a requestformat.In 2005, the show was moved to Sunday afternoons at 12:45PM and became a recorded broadcast. Due to sinking ratings, in September 2007, the show returned back to its original timeslot of Fridays evenings at 6:30PM and returned to a live format. The charts were revived as category-based charts.In January 2008, the category-based charts were combined into the K-Chart which is the familiar countdown chart and the only program to do so. In June 2008, the show extended to 70 mins, airing from 6:30PM to 7:40PM making it the longest music program on air. In November 2008, as part of the Autumn format changes, the show began airing from 6:40PM to 8:00PM for 80 mins. In May 2010, as part of the Spring format changes, the show began airing from 5:50PM to 7:10PM for 80 mins.On August 27, 2010, Music Bank began airing live to 54 different countries around the world through KBS World, and included new interactive features for international viewers through Twitter.
K-Chart

K-Chart is the countdown charts of Music Bank. The charts are calculated by combining the Digital Music Charts (60%), Album Sales (10%),Number of times broadcast on TV/Radio (20%), and Viewers Choice Charts (10%).[1] The Top 50 songs of the week are featured on the show, where the Top 21-50 songs are shown via marquee and the Top 20-3 songs are featured by the hosts. The hosts then showcase the Top Two songs and announce who will be the winner of the week. The Number 1 song on the chart is the winner of that week's chart and receives an award.During the last week of June, the Music Bank First Half 1st Place award is awarded to the most popular song of the first half of the year. During the last week of December, the Music Bank 1st Place award (or Music Bank MVP in 2008) is awarded to the most popular song of the entire year.Prior to the combined K-Charts, category-based charts were used. From September to December 2007, every week a different category (Digital Music Charts, Karaoke Charts, Viewers Choice Charts, Album Sales Charts) was featured. Technically, each category would only be featured once a month. It was similar to K-Chart except the results each week could only be based on a specific chart, and not all the charts combined. From January 2008 to April 2009, two charts were used. Every week, the Digital Music Charts and Album Sales Charts were used, and at the end of the month were the combined charts (Album Sales Charts (20%) + Digital Music Charts (50%) + Viewers Choice Charts (30%)). In May 2009, this was abandoned for the combined charts featured every week.

2011

OST Chart

Music Bank has announced that they’ll be the first public broadcast program with an exclusive chart for OST songs. OSTs will no longer be considered on the ‘K-Chart’, and they’ll be graded with separate standards starting January 28, 2011. However, OST Chart will not hand out awards for songs who land on the #1 spot.



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Former Hosts

Year
Hosts
1998
Ryu Shi-won, Kim Ji-ho
1999
Ryu Shi-won, Hwang Yu-sun
Kim Seung-hyun, Hwang Yu-sun
Ju Young-hun, Hwang Yu-sun
2000
Ju Young-hun, Kim Gyu-ri
Lee Hwi-jae, Song Hye-kyo
Lee Hwi-jae, Lee Na-young
2001
Lee Hwi-jae, Kim Bo-kyung
Lee Hwi-jae, Kim Min-sun
2002
Lee Hwi-jae, Kim Min-jung
Rain, Shoo
Jun Jin, Shoo
2003
Choi Jung-won, Park Jung-ah
2004–2005
Ji Sung, Park Eun-hye
Nam Gung-min, So Ee-hyun
Ji Hyun-woo, Kim Bo-min
Kang Kyung-jun, Park Kyung-lim
2006
Kang Kyung-jun, Jang Hee-jin
Ha-ha, Lee So-yeon (November 26 - April 1, 2007)
2007
Ha-ha, Lee Hyun-ji (April 8 - February 1, 2008)
2008
Tablo, Kim Sung-eun (February 15 - May 16)
Tablo, Min Seo-hyun (May 23 - August 8)
Yu Sae-yun, Seo In-young (August 29 - January 9, 2009)
2009
Yu Sae-yun, Park Eun-young (January 16 - July 31)
2009–2010
Song Joong-ki, Seo Hyo-rim (August 7, 2009 - November 19, 2010)
2010–present
Hyun Woo, Kim Min-ji (December 3, 2010 – present)


Achievements By Artists

Winners of Music Bank 1st Place Award of the Year
Year
Artist
Song
2007
Wonder Girls
Tell Me
2008
TVXQ
Mirotic
2009
Girls' Generation
Gee
2010
Oh!
Most No. 1 Winners
Rank
Artist
Count
Debut
1st
Girls' Generation
27 Times
2007
2nd
Big Bang
18 Times
2006
3rd
Wonder Girls
15 Times
2007
4th
2PM
10 Times
2008
Super Junior
2005
Most Consecutive No. 1s
Rank
Artist
Song
Row Count
Year
1st
Girls' Generation
Gee
9
2009
2nd
Jewelry
Baby One More Time
7
2008
3rd
Girls' Generation
Hoot
5
2010
Oh!
G-Dragon
Heartbreaker
2009
2NE1
I Don't Care
Wonder Girls
So Hot
5
2008
MC Mong
Circus
Top 10 Highest Scores (1st System) January 2009 - July 2009
Rank
Artist
Song
Score
Date
1st
Girls' Generation
Gee
12,982
2009/02/27
2nd
11,984
2009/01/30
3rd
SHINee
Juliette
10,511
2009/06/19
4th
Super Junior
It's You
10,347
2009/05/22
5th
Sorry, Sorry
10,193
2009/03/27
6th
10,186
2009/04/24
7th
8,670
2009/05/01
8th
8,057
2009/05/08
9th
7,906
2009/05/15
10th
Girls' Generation
Gee
7,397
2009/01/23
Top 10 Highest Scores (2nd System) July 2009 - May 2010
Rank
Artist
Song
Score
Date
1st
Girls' Generation
Oh!
23,077
2010/02/05
2nd
22,689
2010/02/12
3rd
G-Dragon
Heartbreaker
21,322
2009/09/04
4th
Girls' Generation
Run Devil Run
21,223
2010/04/02
5th
Oh!
20,549
2010/02/26
6th
20,284
2010/02/19
7th
G-Dragon
Heartbreaker
18,995
2009/09/11
8th
Girls' Generation
Tell Me Your Wish
17,995
2009/07/10
9th
Rain
Love Song
16,871
2010/04/16
10th
Girls' Generation
Oh!
15,931
2010/03/05
Top 10 Highest Scores (3rd System) May 2010 – Present
Rank
Artist
Song
Score
Date
1st
Girls' Generation
Hoot
20,516
2010/11/12
2nd
Big Bang
Tonight
20,214
2011/03/11
3nd
IU
Good Day
17,451
2010/12/31
4rd
Girls' Generation
Hoot
17,285
2010/11/05
5th
TVXQ
Keep Your Head Down
17,168
2011/01/28
6th
IU
Good Day
17,011
2010/12/24
7th
TVXQ
Keep Your Head Down
16,181
2011/01/21
8th
16,051
2011/01/14
9th
CNBLUE
Intuition
15,383
2011/04/08
10th
SHINee
Lucifer
15,129
2010/08/06
Top 10 Highest Scores (All Time) January 2009 – Present
Rank
Artist
Song
Score
Date
1st
Girls' Generation
Oh!
23,077
2010/02/05
2nd
22,689
2010/02/12
3rd
G-Dragon
Heartbreaker
21,322
2009/09/04
4th
Girls' Generation
Run Devil Run
21,223
2010/04/02
5th
Oh!
20,549
2010/02/26
6th
Hoot
20,516
2010/11/12
7th
Oh!
20,284
2010/02/19
8nd
Big Bang
Tonight
20,214
2011/03/11
9th
G-Dragon
Heartbreaker
18,995
2009/09/11
10th
Girls' Generation
Tell Me Your Wish
17,995
2009/07/10

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