As their 10th anniversary of their debut on June 13 approaches, BTS stands in the global spotlight, having won numerous trophies from various awards shows at home and abroad. Their journey includes being the first K-pop group to be nominated for a Grammy, making their goal of winning a Grammy the final mountain to conquer.

BTS has been prominent in the "big four" of American music awards: The Grammy Awards, American Music Awards (AMAs), Billboard Music Awards, and MTV Video Music Awards.

Their connection with these major awards started in 2017 when BTS won the Top Social Artist Award at the Billboard Music Awards. Following this, they won the Top Duo/Group trophy in 2019, and in 2021, they achieved a "quadruple crown" by bagging the Top Duo/Group, Top Social Artist, Top Song Sales Artist awards, and becoming the owners of the Top Selling Song.

At the 2022 Billboard Music Awards, BTS also secured a treble by winning in the Top Duo/Group, Top Song Sales Artist, and Top Selling Song categories.

Their global popularity was confirmed at the American Music Awards as well. In 2018, BTS grabbed the Favorite Social Artist award, followed by wins in the Tour of the Year and Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/Rock categories in 2019, showing their growth. Subsequently, at the 2020 AMAs, they won twice by capturing the Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/Rock and Favorite Social Artist awards.

The 2021 AMAs saw them taking home three trophies for Artist of the Year, Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/Rock, and Favorite Pop Song, becoming a hot topic. In 2022, they secured the Favorite Pop Duo/Group and Favorite K-pop Artist awards, succeeding in winning awards five years in a row and reinforcing their global standing.

At the MTV Video Music Awards, they won Best Group and Best K-Pop in 2019. In 2020, they took home trophies in four categories: Best Group, Best Pop, Best K-Pop, and Best Choreography. In 2022, they were honored by winning the Group of the Year award, changed from Best Group, earning accolades four years in a row.

However, the Grammy Awards have remained an elusive peak for BTS.

They attended the Grammy Awards for the first time as presenters in 2019. At the 62nd Grammy Awards in 2020, they performed on stage with Lil Nas X. At the 63rd Grammy Awards in 2021, they held a solo performance and were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with 'Dynamite.' It was a record-breaking moment as they became the first K-pop idol group to be nominated in a non-classical category, although they didn't win.

Their second attempt was at the 64th Grammy Awards in 2022. Nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with 'Butter,' they were edged out by Doja Cat & SZA's 'Kiss Me More.'

In spite of this, they made a gallant third attempt at the 65th Grammy Awards held in February this year. They were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Music Video, and Album of the Year. However, Sam Smith and Kim Petras, Taylor Swift, and Harry Styles won these respective categories, leading to another unsuccessful attempt for BTS.

Despite three unsuccessful attempts, BTS has left an indelible mark as the first K-pop group at the Grammy Awards. The Grammy's wall was high, but BTS has continually striven to scale it. Expectations are high for them to write another record as the first K-pop winner in the future.