Astro (South Korean band)

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Astro
Five men stand in a line on a stage
Astro in May 2017. From left to right: Jinjin, Sanha, Eunwoo, MJ, Moon Bin and Rocky
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2016–present
Labels
Websitefantagio.kr/musicians/아스트로
astro-official.jp
Members

Astro (Korean아스트로) is a South Korean boy band formed by Fantagio that debuted in 2016.[1] The group is composed of six members: Cha Eun-woo, MJ, JinJin, Moonbin, Rocky and Sanha.[2] They debuted with the single "Hide & Seek" from their debut EP Spring Up, and were subsequently named by Billboard as one of the best new K-pop groups of 2016.[3]

History[edit]

Pre-debut[edit]

The members of Astro were known as iTeen Boys while training as part of Fantagio iTeen, a rookie talent development program under the management agency Fantagio. The group's name and members were announced in August 2015.[4] That month, they starred in a web drama series titled To Be Continued.[5] The web drama featured the members as themselves, as well as Kim Sae-ron, Seo Kang-joon, and Hello Venus.[6]

In January 2016, Astro starred in their own reality show, Astro OK! Ready, which was aired on MBC Every1 at 7PM KST.[7]

2016: Debut with Spring Up, Summer Vibes and Autumn Story[edit]

Astro's debut extended play Spring Up, was released on February 23, 2016, featuring title track "Hide & Seek".[8] The group held a debut showcase where they announced their official fan club name Aroha (an abbreviation for "Astro hearts all fans").[9] Within a week of its release, Spring Up reached #6 on the Billboard World Albums Chart in the United States,[10] as well as #4 on the Gaon Music Chart.[11] On February 25, the group released the music video for "Cat's Eye", containing clips from their web series To Be Continued.[12] In March, 6 the group was the only Korean act invited to the LeTV Entertainment Awards in China.[13]

Their second extended play Summer Vibes was released on July 1 with the title track "Breathless", with a music video featuring former I.O.I member and current Weki Meki labelmate Choi Yoo-jung (singer).[14] The album peaked at #6 on the Billboard World Albums Chart and #21 on the Billboard World Digital Songs Chart.[15]

Astro performed at Staples Center in Los Angeles on July 31 for KCON 2016.[16] They held their first solo concert on August 27–28 at the KEPCO Art Center in Seoul.[17] The group also held showcases in Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand throughout the months of October and November.[18][19]

Astro's third extended play Autumn Story, was released on November 10.[20] The music video features labelmate Sei of Weki Meki.

2017: Winter Dream, Dream Part.01, first tour and Dream Part.02[edit]

On February 22, 2017, Astro released Winter Dream, featuring title track "Should Have Held On To You (Again)". Despite the album being the final piece to the groups seasonal album concept, it was not promoted on music shows.[21]

On May 29, Astro released their fourth extended play Dream Part.01, featuring title track "Baby".[22] The group held their first tour, titled "The 1st ASTROAD", from July 15–August 29, with dates in Seoul, Osaka, and Tokyo.[23]

On November 1, Astro released their fifth extended play Dream Part.02 featuring the title track "Crazy Sexy Cool".[24] On January 10, 2018, the group released a limited edition of their album Dream Part.02 'Wish' version which sold out all 10,000 copies in pre-orders alone. The special album contains a poem by member Eunwoo, a hidden 'thanks to', and polaroid photos which the members took themselves.[25]

2018: Global fanmeeting tour, Rise Up, and group hiatus[edit]

Throughout February and March 2018, Astro embarked on a fan meeting world tour visiting cities in countries such as the United States, Canada, South Korea, Japan, and Thailand.[26]

On July 24, 2018, Astro released Rise Up featuring title track "Always You". The album was not promoted on music programs due to internal issues at their label, Fantagio.[27] Despite not being able to promote in their home country the group toured cities such as Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo in their "ASTROAD II in Japan" tour throughout the month of August, 2018.[28]

2019: All Light, Venus, Blue Flame, and Moon Bin's hiatus[edit]

On January 16, 2019, they released their first full-length album, the first album release in general following their 8-month period hiatus, All Light. [29] To further promote their first full-length album the group announced "The 2nd ASTROAD Tour", which included cities across Asia and North America.[30] On January 21, 2019, the label Fantagio announced four US shows following their 2nd Tapei Tour, to conclude with further tour dates in Asia.[31]

On January 29, 2019, Astro gained their first music show award during promotions for their release “All Night" on the SBS MTV music program The Show.[32]

On April 3, 2019, Astro released their Japan debut EP, Venus featuring three original Japanese tracks along with three Japanese versions of their Korean singles "Baby", "Always You", and "All Night". The album garnered a successful debut, debuting #2 on the daily album chart of Japan's largest music site Oricon.[33]

On November 12, 2019, Fantagio Music announced that Moon Bin would be going on a hiatus to recover from health issues and focus on his treatment[34] On November 20, 2019, Astro released their sixth extended play Blue Flame.[35] Moon Bin focused on recovery from physical health concerns, allowing him to take a break from group promotions as parts were re-distributed temporarily to other members. Despite this, he participated in the album and appeared in the music video for Blue Flame.[36]

2020: One&Only, Gateway, No, I Don't[edit]

On March 13, 2020, Astro released special single album One&Only for their 4th anniversary debut.[37]

On May 4, 2020, Astro released their seventh extended play Gateway, promoting the song "Knock".[38] On May 13, 2020, They received an award from the Korean music show, "Show Champion", for the song "Knock", marking the group's second win.[39] On June 28, 2020, Astro held an online "Ontact" concert '2020 ASTRO Live on WWW.' to communicate with fans in a new way.[40] On June 28, 2020, Astro released digital single "No, I Don't" and they performed it for the 1st time at the "2020 ASTRO Live on WWW."[41]

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected details and chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[42]
JPN
[43]
US
World

[44]
All Light 1 11 6

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions and sales
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[47]
JPN
[48]
US
World

[44]
Spring Up
  • Released: February 23, 2016 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
4 103 6
Summer Vibes
  • Released: July 1, 2016 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
2 6
Autumn Story
  • Released: November 10, 2016 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
6 49 15
Winter Dream
  • Released: February 22, 2017 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
2 67
Dream Part.01
  • Released: May 29, 2017 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
1 23 6
Dream Part.02
  • Released: November 1, 2017 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
2 40 5
Rise Up
  • Released: July 24, 2018 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
2 53 7
Venus 3
Blue Flame
  • Released: November 20, 2019 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
2 7
Gateway
  • Released: May 4, 2020 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
1 3
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Single albums[edit]

List of single albums, with selected details and chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[42]
One&Only
  • Released: March 13, 2020 (KOR)
  • Label: Fantagio Music
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
4

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
[65]
KOR
Hot

[66]
JPN
Hot

[67]
US
World

[68]
Korean
"Hide & Seek" (숨바꼭질) 2016 Spring Up
"Breathless" (숨가빠) 21 Summer Vibes
"Confession" (고백) Autumn Story
"Again" (붙잡았어야 해) 2017 Winter Dream
"Baby" 2 24 Dream Part.01
"Crazy Sexy Cool" 11 Dream Part.02
"Always You" (너잖아) 2018 [A] Rise Up
"All Night" 2019 154 38 6 All Light
"Blue Flame" [B] 14 Blue Flame
"One & Only" 2020 [C] Non-album single
"Knock" (널 찾아가) 129 95 54 Gateway
"No, I Don't" (아니 그래) [D] Non-album single
Japanese
"Hanasakemirai" 2019 Venus
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album
"Cat's Eye" (장화 신은 고양이) 2016 Spring Up

Filmography[edit]

Dramas[edit]

Year Network Title Role Note(s) Ref.
2015 Naver TVCast To Be Continued Themselves Web drama [73]
2017 Oksusu Sweet Revenge Themselves Web drama [74]
2019 Naver TVCast Soul Plate Themselves Web drama [75]

Reality shows[edit]

Year Network Show Ref.
2016 MBC Every1 Astro OK! Ready [76]
MBC Music ASTRO Project [77]

Videography[edit]

Year Title Album Director
Korean
2016 "Hide & Seek" (숨바꼭질) Spring Up Hwang Soo-Ah
"Cat's Eye" (장화 신은 고양이) Unknown
"Breathless" (숨가빠) Summer Vibes Hwang Soo-Ah
"Confession" (고백) Autumn Story
2017 "Baby" Dream Part.01 Joo Hee-Sun
"Crazy Sexy Cool" (니가 불어와) Dream Part.02 Hwang Soo-Ah
2018 "Always You" (너잖아) Rise Up SUNNYVISUAL
2019 "All Night" All Light DAWITTGOLD
"Blue Flame" Blue Flame
2020 "Knock" (널 찾아가) Gateway Yua Suh
(Flipevil)
Japanese
2019 "Hanasakemirai" (花咲ケミライ) Venus Unknown

Awards and nominations[edit]

Asia Artist Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Most Popular Artists (Singer)[78] Astro 16th
2017 New Wave Award Won
Popularity Award Won

Gaon Chart Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 New Artist of the Year Astro Nominated
2020 Album of the Year – 1st Quarter All Light Nominated

Golden Disc Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 Best New Artist Astro Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
2018 Disc Bonsang Dream Part.01[79] Nominated
Global Popularity Award Astro[80] Nominated
2020 Disc Bonsang All Light Nominated
Most Popular Artist Astro Nominated
Best Male Performance Award Astro[81] Won

Melon Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Best New Artist Astro Nominated

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Best New Male Artist Astro Nominated
HotelsCombined Artist of the Year Nominated

Seoul Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 Best New Artist Astro Nominated
Bonsang Award Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
Hallyu Special Award Won
2020 QQ Music Most Popular K-Pop Artist Award[82] Nominated

SBS Power FM Cultwo Show Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2016 Rookie of the Year[83] Astro Won

Soribada Best K-Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient Result
2019 Global Hot Trend Award [84] Astro Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Always You" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at number 95 on the component Download Chart.[69]
  2. ^ "Blue Flame" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at number 56 on the component Download Chart.[70]
  3. ^ "One & Only" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at number 4 on the Gaon Album Chart.[71]
  4. ^ "No, I Don't" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at number 37 on the component Download Chart.[72]

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