Only One (Shinhwa album)

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This article is about the album by the South Korean boy band Shinhwa. For other uses, see The Only One.
Only One
Only One cover
Studio album by Shinhwa
Released May 27, 2000
Recorded 2000
Genre K-pop
Language Korean
Label SM Entertainment
Producer Lee Soo Man
Shinhwa chronology
T.O.P
(1999)
Only One
(2000)
Hey, Come On!
(2001)

Only One was released on May 27, 2000, becoming Shinhwa's third album. The album was delayed three months to give SM Entertainment's new group at the time, Fly to the Sky a chance to debut. With the release, the group continued their successes with the album's title song, including two others, All Your Dreams and First Love. Only One was ultimately a stronger seller, selling 423,873[1] overall, and spending about 24 weeks on the Korean monthly Chart before it dropped.

Tracks[edit]

  • Note: Those that are bolded are their singles.
  1. Intro
  2. I Wanna Be
  3. Only One
  4. All Your Dreams
  5. First Love
  6. Jam #1
  7. Never Come to Me
  8. Change
  9. Vortex
  10. White Night
  11. Cyber Love
  12. Soul
  13. 나의 가족들에게 (To My Family)
  14. 너의 곁에서 (Wedding March) (can be considered another of their single as well)

Music videos[edit]

In the music video, Only One, the members can be seen dancing in a warehouse or in a dark place. They also wore various clothings, from a black suit to wearing grey pants only. In the music video, All Your Dreams, in which Jun Jin stars as the main lead, the members of Shinhwa play various role. It also featured another SM Entertainment group, Black Beat as well as Kim Bomi. The music video tells the story of a man (Jun Jin) and a woman (Kim Bomi) who is giving off the image of being attracted to each other romantically. However, another man (play by a member from Black Beat) also show the same love interest in the woman as well, thus initiating a fight between Shinhwa and Black Beat towards the end of the music video. First Love, unlike the other two, did not show Shinhwa dancing in a choreographed dance nor portray a story. It features instead various clips of Shinhwa, from practicing their dancing to having their concerts. Wedding March, again starring Jun Jin as the main role, shows a man proposing to his love interest.

Chart performance[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
May 27, 2000 May 2000 Monthly Chart 1[2] 228,989[2]
June 2000 Monthly Chart 17[3] 333,667[3]
July 2000 Monthly Chart 13[4] 370,190[4]
August 2000 Monthly Chart 19[5] 393,232[5]
September 2000 Monthly Chart 14[6] 415,242[6]
October 2000 Monthly Chart 38[1] 423,873[1] 24 weeks
2000 Yearly Chart 17[7] 423,873[7] 24 weeks

Trivia[edit]

  • The members of the boy band Black Beat was featured in the music video, All Your Dreams.
  • Kim Bomi, who starred in Shinhwa's music video Yo!, also starred in All Your Dreams alongside Jun Jin.
  • A member of Black Beat can also be seen in Shinhwa's music video, Wedding March as the younger version of Jun Jin.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Album Sales For The Month Of October 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-07-18. Retrieved 2007-10-12. 
  2. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of May 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-07-18. Retrieved 2007-10-12. 
  3. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of June 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-07-18. Retrieved 2007-10-12. 
  4. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of July 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  5. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of August 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  6. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of September 2000". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  7. ^ a b "2000 Yearly Chart". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2008-01-25. 

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