Winter Story 2004–2005

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Winter Story 2004-2005
Winter Story 2004-2005 cover
Compilation album by Shinhwa
Released December 20, 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre K-pop, Dance
Language Korean
Label Good Entertainment
Shinhwa chronology
Brand New
(2004)
Winter Story 2004-2005
(2004-2005)
State of the Art
(2006)

Winter Story 2004–2005 is a compilation album by Korean musical group Shinhwa. It was released on December 20, 2004, making it the group's second Winter Story album. The album met with same success as the other albums released by Shinhwa. Their single, "How Do I Say," became a hit throughout Asia.

Tracks[edit]

  • Note: Singles are in bold.
  1. 잠 못 드는 밤 비는 내리고 (Rain on a Sleepless Night) - Eric, Hyesung, & Minwoo
  2. 천생연분 (Red String)
  3. 세월의 흔적 다 버리고 (Erase All of Time)
  4. 이층집 소녀 (That Girl at the Second Floor) - Dongwan
  5. 신인류의 사랑 (Love of the New Generation)
  6. 오늘 같은 밤이면 (On a Night Like This)
  7. 그 아픔까지 사랑한거야 (Painfully Loving You) - Junjin
  8. 붉은 노을 (Red Sunset) - Andy, Dongwan, & Junjin
  9. 그대 눈물까지도 (Your Tears) - Hyesung
  10. 안녕 (How Are You) - Minwoo
  11. 말해줘 (Say It) - Andy & Junjin
  12. 그녀를 만나는 곳 100m전 (Met Her 100m Away) - Andy
  13. 세월의 흔적 다 버리고 (Erase All of Time) - Eric & Lyn
  14. How Do I Say

Chart performance[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
December 20, 2004 December 2004 Monthly Chart #3[1] 59,295[1]
December 20, 2004 January 2005 Monthly Chart #4[2] 88,515[2]
December 20, 2004 February 2005 Monthly Chart #12[3] 99,674[3]
December 20, 2004 March 2005 Monthly Chart #42[4] 102,345[4]
15 weeks

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of December 2004". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  2. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of January 2005". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  3. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of February 2005". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]
  4. ^ a b "Album Sales For The Month Of March 2005". Recording Industry Association Korea (in Korean). Retrieved 2007-10-12. [dead link]

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