Another slam dunk for K-pop sensations BTS.
The boyband on Sunday U.S. time stole the show at the 28th Billboard Music Awards by landing prizes in all four of their nominated categories.
They won the awards for top selling song for "Dynamite," top song sales artist, top duo/group, and top social artist.
Three of the group's four nominated categories were announced a few hours before the event, by the off-air host, Matthew Hoffman, on Instagram live.
During the event itself, BTS won their final remaining nomination for top selling song.
In their acceptance speech, the group's leader, RM said that BTS were honored to be the winners of such a significant title.
He added that they wanted to share some fresh energy with their song "Dynamite," and that this award was proof that they had achieved that goal.
For the top social artist award, which is voted for by fans, BTS received more than 100 million votes to win the award for the fifth year in a row.
The four awards are the most that BTS have won at the BBMAs.
And the award ceremony this year was also a special event for BTS fans worldwide as it hosted the live debut of the boyband's newly released all-English digital single, "Butter."
Kim Yeon-seung, Arirang News