Golden Child (band)

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Golden Child
Golden Child in August 2021
Golden Child in August 2021
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
GenresK-pop
Years active2017 (2017)–present
Labels
Websitegoldenchild11.com
Members
  • Daeyeol
  • Y
  • Jangjun
  • Tag
  • Seungmin
  • Jaehyun
  • Jibeom
  • Donghyun
  • Joochan
  • Bomin
Past members
  • Jaeseok

Golden Child (Korean골든차일드; abbreviated as GNCD or GolCha) is a South Korean boy band formed by Woollim Entertainment in 2017.[1] The group debuted on August 28, 2017, with their EP, Gol-Cha!.[2] The group consists of ten members: Daeyeol, Y, Jangjun, Tag, Seungmin, Jaehyun, Jibeom, Donghyun, Joochan and Bomin, former member Jaeseok officially left the group due to health issues in early 2018.

History[edit]

2017: W Project, 2017 Woollim Pick and debut with Gol-cha![edit]

In January 2017, Woollim Entertainment launched pre-debut project for trainees, W Project.[3][4] Five members of Golden Child (Joochan, Jangjun, Tag, Daeyeol, Donghyun) and former member Jaeseok were introduced under the pre-debut project.

On May 15, Woollim Entertainment launched new boy group Golden Child, their first boy group in seven years since Infinite.[5][6] On May 17, the eleven member names of the group's line-up were revealed.[7][8][9] On May 22, Woollim Entertainment dropped "class photos" concept for Golden Child and confirmed that they would have their pre-debut reality show 2017 Woollim Pick.[10][11] On August 9, it was announced that Golden Child would make a cameo appearance on 20th Century Boy and Girl.[12]

Golden Child at KBS[13]

Golden Child officially debuted on August 28 with their first EP Gol-cha!, with a total of six tracks including the title track "DamDaDi".[14] Their debut showcase was held at the Blue Square iMarket Hall on the same day as the album's release.[15][16] On September 1, Golden Child made their official debut stage on the music program Music Bank, performing title track "DamDaDi" and "I Love You So".[17][18] On September 17, the EP has reached No. 1 on Japan’s largest music site Tower Records’ daily chart.[19] On October 16, they released a soundtrack Love Letter on 20th Century Boy and Girl.[20]

2018: Reorganization as ten members, Miracle, Goldenness, and Wish[edit]

On January 6, 2018, it was announced that Jaeseok had left the group due to health issues.[21] The remaining ten members continued as a group and released their second EP, Miracle, on January 29.[22] The EP contains six tracks including the title track "It's U". Their comeback showcase was held at the Blue Square iMarket Hall on the same day as the album's release.[23][24] They continue the promotions with the release of the music video for "Lady" from their second EP.[25][26] On April 13, they officially finished their three month promotions.[27]

On May 22, Golden Child held their first fanmeeting Golden Day to celebrate their first debut anniversary in Seoul, South Korea.[28] They also held Japanese fanmeeting in Nagoya and Tokyo on May 24 and May 25 respectively.[29] On June 24, Golden Child performed at KCON NY 2018.[30] On 11 August, Golden Child performed as the line-up for KCON LA 2018.[31] Continuously, they confirmed their line-up for the first ever KCON Thailand on 29 September 2018.[32]

On May 4, Golden Child announced their official fanclub name 'Goldenness',[33] followed by the release of their first single album Goldenness on July 4, which contains three tracks including the lead single "Let Me".[34][35]

At the Fanclub Inauguration Ceremony named 'Golden Child Cheerful Geumdong Time' on 14 October, they surprised their fans by announcing their comeback. On October 24, Golden Child held a comeback showcase and released their 3rd EP WISH. This EP had 7 tracks including the title track "Genie" with more mature image.[36]

2019–2020: Re-boot, Without You, Road to Kingdom, Take a Leap, and Pump It Up[edit]

On May 2, 2019, Golden Child released their first digital single "Spring Again" as a gift for fans during their hiatus.[37] Golden Child's first web sitcom Crazy Petty Housemate began airing starting October 16 on Lululala Story Lab media platforms. The eight-episode web sitcom aired every Wednesday and Saturday.[38]

On November 18, Golden Child released their first studio album Re-boot. The album contains twelve tracks including the title track "Wannabe".[39] Golden Child won their first-ever music program win on December 26, through M Countdown.[40]

Golden Child successfully held their first solo concert, Future and Past on January 18 and 19, 2020.[41] A repackaged version of their first studio album titled Without You was released on January 29, 2020, consisting of the title track of the same name.[42]

On March 20, it was announced that the group will join Mnet's reality television competition Road to Kingdom.[43] They were the first group eliminated in the fifth episode. On May 31, Golden Child and other Woollim Entertainment artists released a collaboration single Relay under the name With Woollim.[44]

On June 23, Golden Child released their fourth EP, Take a Leap, containing seven tracks including the title track "One (Lucid Dream)".[45] On August 18, it was announced that Golden Child will hold an online concert, NOW, on September 13.[46]

On September 13, it was announced that Golden Child will make a comeback on October 7 with their second single album Pump It Up containing three tracks including the title track of the same name.[47][48]

On December 17, Jaehyun tested positive for COVID-19. On December 31, it was announced that Jaehyun had tested negative for COVID-19 and Golden Child will resume activities.[49]

2021: Yes., Game Changer and Ddara[edit]

On January 2, it was announced that Golden Child would return with their fifth EP, Yes. and its lead single "Burn It" on January 25.[50] "Burn It" charted on iTunes' Top Albums Chart, reaching a spot in the top 10 in 11 regions.[51]

On June 18, it was announced that Golden Child will hold an online/offline concert, Summer Breeze, on July 17 and 18.[52] However, it was postposed due to rising COVID-19 cases in Korea.[53]

On June 26, Golden Child participated and performed a splendid stage at 2021 Dream Concert. The 2021 Dream Concert was held at Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seongsan-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul.[54]

On August 2, Golden Child released their second studio album, Game Changer and its lead single "Ra Pam Pam".[55] The mv reached 20M views in Youtube within 3 days after its release.[56]

On August 9, Hanteo Chart announced that the album Game Changer sold more than 126,000 copies in the first week and became the album with highest 1st week sales under Woollim Ent surpassing 'Yes' by Golden Child.[57] Hanteo Chart, the world's one-and-only real-time music chart, congratulated Golden Child and issued an official certificate which proves the Initial Chodong sales amount over 100,000 copies. Thus Golden Child proved themselves as one of the main group representing K-pop by showing 1.8 times growth compared to the previous album YES 's Initial Chodong record (71,485 copies).[58]

The title track 'Ra Pam Pam' debuted at #2 on Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart and #37 on Billboard Digital Song Sales Chart.[59] Golden Child is the third K-pop Boy Group to be named on the Chart and holding the title for the highest debut record.[60] 'Ra Pam Pam' was the First Mongolian iTunes top song after its release at 6 p.m. on August 2. In addition, the 'Game Changer' ranked First in Turkey on the iTunes top K-pop album chart, Second in Israel, Thailand, Australia, Singapore, United States, Spain, Indonesia and Malaysia, Third in Hong Kong and Canada, and thus ranked within TOP5 in 11 countries and regions.[61]

On October 5, Golden Child released the repackaged version of their second studio album titled Ddara, and its lead single of the same name.[62]

2022: Japanese debut[edit]

On January 16, Golden Child performed in Expo 2020 Dubai's Korea National Day K-pop concert.[63]

On January 26, Golden Child made their Japanese debut with the single "A Woo!!".[64] "A Woo!!" debuted at number one on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart, Billboard Japan's Singles Sales Chart (January 24–26), and Tower Records' National Sales Singles Chart.[65][66]

Golden Child held an online/offline concert, Play, on February 5 and 6 at KBS Arena. During the concert, Daeyeol announced that he would be enlisting for his mandatory military service soon, although without a set date.[67]

On March 21, 2022, the agency announced that Lee Dae-yeol will enlist in the military on March 29, 2022, enlisting in the 3rd Army Brigade.[68]

On May 11, Golden Child released their second Japanese single "Rata-Tat-Tat".[69] In support of their first Japanese comeback, Golden Child held a two-day showcase in Tokyo on April 30 and May 1, 2022, at the Maihama Amphitheater.[70]

On July 10, Golden Child will perform in New York City's Central Park SummerStage Concert Program as part of the line-up for the Korea Cultural Center of NY's Korea Gayoje.[71]

On July 30, Golden Child will perform in London as part of the lineup at the MIK Festival, the first outdoor K-pop music festival in Europe.[72]

Philanthropy[edit]

On December 6, 2017, Golden Child was officially appointed as the new ambassadors for "Korea Scout Association" for 2018.[73][unreliable source?] On November 30, 2018, Golden Child performed at Charity Concert for Palu, Sigi and Donggala in Indonesia. All profits from the concert were donated to the victims of earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Sigi and Donggala.[74]

Members[edit]

  • Lee Dae-yeol (이대열) – leader, lead vocalist, lead dancer[75]
  • Y (와이) – main vocalist[75]
  • Lee Jang-jun (이장준) – main rapper[75]
  • Tag (태그) – main rapper[75]
  • Bae Seung-min (배승민) – lead vocalist[75]
  • Bong Jae-hyun (봉재현) – sub vocalist[75]
  • Kim Ji-beom (김지범) – lead vocalist[75]
  • Kim Dong-hyun (김동현) – sub vocalist, main dancer[75]
  • Hong Joo-chan (홍주찬) – main vocalist[75]
  • Choi Bo-min (최보민) – sub vocalist, dancer[75]

Former[edit]

  • Park Jae-seok (박재석) – sub vocalist, dancer[75]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[76]
JPN
[77]
Re-boot 8
Game Changer
  • Released: August 2, 2021
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Game Changer"
  2. "Ra Pam Pam"
  3. "Bottom of the Ocean"
  4. "Fanfare" (빵빠레)
  5. "Singing in the Rain" (Joo Chan & Bo Min)
  6. "Game" (Tag & Ji Beom)
  7. "Spell" (주문을 걸어)
  8. "Out the Window" (창밖으로 우리가 흘러) (Dae Yeol Solo)
  9. "Poppin'" (Y & Jang Jun)
  10. "That Feeling" (느낌적인 느낌) (Seung Min & Dong Hyun & Jae Hyun)
  11. "I Know" (난 알아요)
2 30

Reissues[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[76]
Without You
  • Released: January 29, 2020
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
4
Ddara
  • Released: October 5, 2021
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Game Changer"
  2. "Ra Pam Pam"
  3. "Ddara"
  4. "Oasis"
  5. "Bottom of the Ocean"
  6. "Fanfare" (빵빠레)
  7. "Singing in the Rain" (Joo Chan & Bo Min)
  8. "Game" (Tag & Ji Beom)
  9. "Spell" (주문을 걸어)
  10. "Out the Window" (창밖으로 우리가 흘러) (Dae Yeol Solo)
  11. "Poppin'" (Y & Jang Jun)
  12. "That Feeling" (느낌적인 느낌) (Seung Min & Dong Hyun & Jae Hyun)
  13. "I Know" (난 알아요)
12

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[76]
JPN
[83]
Gol-Cha!
  • Released: August 28, 2017
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Gol-Cha!"
  2. "DamDaDi" (담다디)
  3. "With Me" (나랑해)
  4. "What Happened?" (내 눈을 의심해)
  5. "I Love You So" (네가 너무 좋아)
  6. "Sea"
3
Miracle
  • Released: January 29, 2018
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Miracle" (奇跡 (기적))
  2. "It's U" (너라고)
  3. "Lady"
  4. "Crush"
  5. "All Day" (모든 날)
  6. "I'm Falling"
3 22
Wish
  • Released: October 24, 2018
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Wish"
  2. "Genie"
  3. "Eyes on You" (너)
  4. "I See U" (너만 보인다)
  5. "Listen" (들어봐 줄래)
  6. "YTMOB (You Turn Me On Baby)" (넌 모를 거야)
  7. "Would U Be My"
3 19
Take a Leap
  • Released: June 23, 2020
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Take Off"
  2. "One (Lucid Dream)"
  3. "OMG" (훅 들어와)
  4. "Moment" (혼잣말)
  5. "Make Me Love"
  6. "H.E.R" (그녀에게)
  7. "Pass Me By"
6 26
Yes.
  • Released: January 25, 2021
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
2 42

Single albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[76]
Goldenness
  • Released: July 4, 2018
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Let Me"
  2. "If"
  3. "Thank You"
6
Pump It Up
  • Released: October 7, 2020
  • Label: Woollim Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  1. "Pump It Up"
  2. "That Guy" (그 자식)
  3. "Lean on Me" (너의 뒤에서)
2

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart
positions
Sales Album
KOR
[95]
JPN
[96]
US
Dig.

[97]
US
World

[98]
"DamDaDi" (담다디) 2017 N/A Gol-Cha!
"It's U" (너라고) 2018 Miracle
"Let Me" Goldenness
"Genie" Wish
"Spring Again" (그러다 봄) 2019 Non-album single
"Wannabe" Re-boot
"Without You" 2020 Without You
"One (Lucid Dream)" [A] Take a Leap
"Pump It Up" [B] Pump It Up
"Burn It" (안아줄게) 2021 89 Yes.
"Ra Pam Pam" [C] 37 2 Game Changer
"Ddara" [D] Ddara
"A Woo!!" 2022 1 Non-album singles
"Rata-Tat-Tat" TBA
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other releases[edit]

Title Year Peak
chart
position
Sales Member(s) Album
KOR
Soundtrack appearances
"Love Letter" 2017 N/A All 20th Century Boy and Girl OST
"Love Shaker" 2020 Y, Seungmin, Joochan Best Mistake 2 OST
"Come With Me" Y, Jibeom Lonely Enough to Love OST
"Love your everything" 2022 Jibeom, Joochan Moonshine OST
Collaborations
"Relay" (이어달리기)
(with Infinite's Kim Sung-kyu, Lovelyz, Rocket Punch, Drippin)
2020 N/A All Non-album singles
"Under the Sky of Suncheon" (순천의 하늘 아래에서)
(with Lovelyz[a])
Tag, Joochan
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Videography[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
2017 "DamDaDi" Lee Joong-yup
2018 "It's U" Sunny Visual
"Lady"
"Let Me"
"Genie"
2019 "Spring Again"
"Wannabe" Zanybros
2020 "Without You"
"One (Lucid Dream)"
"Pump It Up"
2021 "Burn It (안아줄게)"
"Breathe"
"Ra Pam Pam"
"Ddara" Kim Jak Young (Flexible Pictures)

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Notes
2018 Golden Movie Short Film

Television series[edit]

Year Channel Title Role(s) Notes
2017 MBC 20th Century Boy and Girl Themselves Cameo

Reality series[edit]

Year Channel Title Notes
2017 Mnet 2017 Woollim Pick Golden Child's First Reality Show
Naver/V Live Ring It! Golden Child! Aired every Tuesday. Hosted by Kim Shin-young
2018 YouTube,

V Live

Gol-Cha's Holiday
YouTube,

V Live

Gol-Cha's Holiday Season 2
DATV, KNTV,

Kchan! Hallyu TV

Let's Go Korea Gangwon-do

Infinite x Golden Child Battle Tour

Dae-yeol, Y, Jang-jun

(with Infinite's Sung-yeol and Sung-jong)

V Live Make A Wish
2019 Kchan! Hallyu TV Tsukuru Miracle Golcha TV
YouTube Gol-Cha's Holiday Season 3
2020 V Live,

YouTube

2020 Crazy Petty Reunion

(Uhadong)

Variety-reality show showing their life

10 years after Uhame

U+ Idol Live,

YouTube

Idol Workshop Golden Child
2022 Olleh TV 2022 Winter Golympics 7 episodes [104]

Web series[edit]

Year Network Title Role(s) Notes
2019 Lululala Story Lab Crazy Petty Housemate (Uhame) Themselves Golden Child's First Web Sitcom

Concerts[edit]

Golden Child 1st Concert - Future and Past[edit]

Date City Country Venue
January 18, 2020 Seoul South Korea BlueSquare iMarket Hall
January 19, 2020 Seoul South Korea BlueSquare iMarket Hall

Golden Child Ontact Concert - NOW[edit]

Date City Country Platform
September 13, 2020 Seoul South Korea MyMusicTaste, Seezn

2021 Golden Child Concert - Summer Breeze (Cancelled)[edit]

Date City Country Venue / Platform
July 17, 2021 Seoul South Korea BlueSquare Mastercard Hall. MyMusicTaste
July 18, 2021

2022 Golden Child Concert - Play[edit]

Date City Country Venue / Platform
February 5, 2022 Seoul South Korea KBS Arena. Kavecon
February 6, 2022

2022 Golden Child US Concert Tour - Play[edit]

Date City Country Venue / Platform
June 24, 2022 San Jose U.S.A. TBA
June 26, 2022 Los Angeles
June 28, 2022 Denver
June 30, 2022 Dallas
July 2, 2022 Minneapolis
July 4, 2022 Chicago
July 6, 2022 Nashville
July 8, 2022 Atlanta
July 10, 2022 New York Central Park SummerStage
July 11, 2022 Philadelphia TBA

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards Golden Child Best New Male Artist Nominated [105]
Qoo10 Artist of the Year Nominated
2018 Fandom School Awards The Best New Artist Won [106]
Korea Culture & Entertainment Awards K-pop Singer Award Won [107]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Korean Act Nominated [108]
Seoul Music Awards New Artist Award Nominated [109]
Popularity Award Nominated
Hallyu Special Award Nominated
V Live Awards Global Rookie Top 5 Won [110]
2021 Asia Artist Awards Choice Award Won [111][112]
Golden Disc Awards Album Bonsang - Game Changer Nominated [113]
Hanteo Music Awards Artist Award - Male Group Nominated [114]
WhosFandom Award Nominated
Seoul Music Awards Main Prize (Bonsang) Nominated [115]
K-wave Special Award Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "One (Lucid Dream)" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at no. 77 on the component Download chart.[99]
  2. ^ "Pump It Up" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at no. 19 on the component Download chart.[100]
  3. ^ "Ra Pam Pam" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at no. 9 on the component Download chart.[101]
  4. ^ "Ddara" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at no. 15 on the component Download chart.[102]
  1. ^ Credited under Lovelyz, but only sung by Baby Soul and Ryu Su-jeong.

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