BTS, Black Pink win at MTV Video Music Awards Japan

K-pop groups BTS and Black Pink triumphed at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan (VMAJ).

BTS (left) and Black Pink (Big Hit/YG) / BTS (left) and Black Pink (Big Hit/YG)

BTS’ “Fake Love” music video won the Best Group Video-International while Black Pink’s "DDU-DU DDU-DU" grabbed the Best Dance Video award.

“Fake Love” is the lead single in BTS’ previous album “Love Yourself: Tears” and "DDU-DU DDU-DU" is Black Pink’s carrier song in the album “Square Up.”

The MTV VMAJ recognized Japanese and foreign artists.

In the Best Male Video, the winners are “Lemon” of Kenshi Yonezu (Japan) and “In My Blood” by Shawn Mendes (international).

For Best Female Video, the winners are Aiko for “Straw” and Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left to Cry.”

Other winners are:
Best Group Video - “Ambivalent,” Keyakizaka46 (Japan)
Best New Artist Video - “No Doubt,” Official HIGE DANdism (Japan)
“Friends,” Marshmello & Anne-Marie (International)
Best Rock Video - “Human,” Wanima
Best Alternative Video - “Echo,” Dean Fujioka
Best Pop Video and Best Art Direction Video - “Idea,” Gen Hoshino
Best Hip Hop Video - “Marble,” SKY-HI
Best Cinematography "The World is Laughing at You," Little Glee Monster
Best choreography - “Show Time,” E-Girls
Artist of the Year - Daichi Miura
Album of the Year - “First Love,” Hikaru Utada