Korean boy band Super Junior won the highest prize at the 27th Golden Disk Awards, also known as the Korean Grammy Awards, on Tuesday night at Malaysia's Sepang International Circuit, AllKPop reported Tuesday.
The band received the 'Disk Daesang' award for their sixth studio album, "Sexy, Free & Single," beating K-Pop's rising star, PSY, who was nominated in the same category along with fellow boy bands, SHINee and Exo.
This is the second time Super Junior wins the award. The first time was in 2012, for their fifth studio album, "Mr. Single."