Shinhwa discography

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Shinhwa discography
A photograph of Shinhwa at a press conference in 2012
Shinhwa Grand Tour in Singapore press conference on June 16, 2012
(Left to right: Eric, Jun Jin, Lee Min-woo, Andy, Kim Dong-wan and Shin Hye-sung)
Studio albums 16
Live albums 3
Compilation albums 5
EPs 4
Singles 37
Other appearances 16
Box sets 1

The South Korean boy band Shinhwa has released fifteen studio albums, three live albums, five compilation albums, one box set, three EPs, thirty-four singles, and sixteen contributions to multi-artist compilations.

Shinhwa was created by SM Entertainment and debuted in 1998 with the album Resolver (Hangul해결사 ; RRHaegyeolsa). Under SM Entertainment, Shinhwa released six full-length studio albums and contributed to numerous SM Town compilation albums featuring other SM artists. Sixteen promotional, not-for-sale singles were also released. One greatest hits compilation, My Choice, was released by SM Entertainment in 2002 in South Korea.

After expiration of their contract with SM Entertainment in 2002, Shinhwa moved to Good EMG.[1] Following discussions and compromises regarding the group's right to continued use of their name and to perform the music and choreography created while at SM Entertainment,[2] Shinhwa released their first album under Good EMG, titled Winter Story, in late 2003. Winter Story was the first of two albums and two EPs Shinhwa would eventually release with "Winter Story" in the titles. The albums are considered "special releases" and are usually not counted when assigning ordinals to Shinhwa's studio album releases in the media and by the group itself. Thus, it was Shinhwa's next album release, Brand New in 2004, that was publicized as their seventh album,[3] though technically it was their eighth. The success of Brand New brought the group two prestigious Daesang (Korean: 대상; lit. "grand prize") awards for the year 2004, a first for the group.[4][5] Shinhwa went on to release a total of eight albums and EPs under Good EMG, plus thirteen promotional singles. In 2006, they contracted with Nippon Columbia to release an album, Inspiration #1 and single "We Have the Sun in Our Hearts" (Japanese: "僕らの心には太陽がある"; "Bokura no Kokoro ni wa Taiyō ga aru") targeted for the Japanese market. Shinhwa's first six Korean albums were released to the Japanese market in 2001, 2002, and 2003, and Avex Trax released three Korean-language greatest hits compilations in Japan and one in Taiwan.

2008 signaled the beginning of a four-year hiatus of Shinhwa's group activities, as five of the six members were required to fulfill their mandatory national military service.[6][7][8][9][10] During the inactive period, Pony Canyon released a multi-disc box set collection of Shinhwa's Korean albums in Japan in 2009.[11]

In August 2011, in preparation for their post-military return to the music industry, Shinhwa established Shinhwa Company (briefly renamed ShinCom Entertainment during a copyright lawsuit), a joint venture to oversee Shinhwa's group activities.[12][13][14][15][16] Since 2012, Shinhwa have released three full-length albums and four promotional singles, distributed through CJ E&M Music. They are one of the only Korean pop artists currently who continue to release full-length albums instead of a multitude of EPs and maxi-singles.[17] They are also considered the longest-running idol group in Korea, having existed for 19 years with no changes in member lineup.[17]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
RIAK
[18][A]
KOR
Gaon
[19][B]
JPN
[20]
US
World
[21]
Korean
Resolver
(Korean: 해결사)
T.O.P.
  • Released: April 5, 1999[23]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (KSC-9014)
  • Format: CD
3
Only One
  • Released: May 27, 2000[25]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SSM-043)[26]
  • Format: CD
1
Hey, Come On!
  • Released: June 28, 2001[28]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SM-007)
  • Format: CD
3 6
Perfect Man
  • Released: March 29, 2002[31]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SM-033)
  • Format: CD, cassette
1 9 99
Wedding
(Korean: 너의 결혼식)
  • Released: December 27, 2002[33]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SM-051)
  • Format: CD, cassette
3 8 100
Winter Story
  • Released: December 30, 2003[35]
  • Label: Good EMG, IO Music (EKLD-0329)
  • Format: CD
3 253
Brand New 1 100
Winter Story 2004–2005
  • Released: December 18, 2004[39]
  • Label: Good EMG, CJ E&M Music (EKLD-0517)
  • Format: CD, digital download
3 158
State of the Art
  • Released: May 10, 2006[41]
  • Label: Good EMG, CJ E&M Music (CMBC-0648)
  • Format: CD, cassette, digital download
1
Volume 9
  • Released: April 3, 2008[43]
  • Label: Good EMG, Vitamin Entertainment (VDCD-6062)
  • Format: CD, digital download
1 155
The Return
  • Released: March 22, 2012[45]
  • Label: Shinhwa Company, CJ E&M Music (CMCC-9910)
  • Format: CD, digital download
3
The Classic
  • Released: May 15, 2013[48]
  • Label: Shinhwa Company, CJ E&M Music (CMCC-10098)
  • Format: CD, digital download
2
We
  • Released: February 23, 2015[50]
  • Label: Shincom Entertainment, CJ E&M Music (CMCC-10486)
  • Format: CD, digital download
2 6
Unchanging: Touch
  • Released: January 2, 2017
  • Label: Shinhwa Company, CJ E&M Music
  • Format: CD, digital download
2
Japanese
Inspiration #1
  • Released: August 16, 2006[53]
  • Label: Nippon Columbia (COZA-210/1)
  • Format: CD, digital download
5
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
RIAK
[54][A]
JPN
[20]
2001 1st Live Concert
  • Released: March 27, 2001 (KOR)[55]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SMM-061)
  • Format: CD
3
The Everlasting Mythology:
Shinhwa 2nd Concert
  • Released: October 7, 2003 (KOR)[57]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SMM-071)
  • Format: CD
[C]
2005 Japan Tour Live Document
  • Released: March 24, 2006 (KOR)[58]
  • Label: Good EMG, Phantom Entertainment (FTECD-1003)
  • Format: CD+DVD
[C]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
RIAK
[59][A]
KOR
Gaon
[60][B]
JPN
[20]
My Choice
  • Released: January 31, 2002 (KOR)[61]
  • Label: SM Entertainment (SM-023)
  • Format: CD
4 17
Perfect
  • Released: May 15, 2002 (JPN)[62]
  • Label: Avex Trax (AVCD-18028)
  • Format: CD
[C]
Best of Shinhwa 2001–2003
  • Released: September 18, 2003 (JPN)[63]
  • Label: Avex Trax (AVCD-18050/B)
  • Format: CD
[C]
Best Hits Collection 1998–2003
  • Released: December 16, 2003 (TWN)[64]
  • Label: Avex Taiwan (AVKCD80142/4)
  • Format: CD
Precious: Essential Collection
  • Released: March 30, 2005 (JPN)[65]
  • Label: Avex Trax (AVCD-18069/B)
  • Format: CD
[C]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Box sets[edit]

List of box sets
Title Album details
Shinhwa CD Premium Box
  • Released: April 15, 2009 (JPN)[66]
  • Label: Pony Canyon (PCCA-02881)
  • Format: 14 CDs

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions and sales figures
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
RIAK
[67][A]
Summer Story 2005
  • Released: August 5, 2005 (KOR)[68]
  • Label: Good EMG (MLCD-0036)
  • Format: Digital single
Winter Story 2006–2007
  • Released: January 25, 2007 (KOR)[69]
  • Label: Good EMG, Vitamin Entertainment (VDCD-6014)
  • Format: CD, digital download
2
Winter Story 2007
  • Released: December 5, 2007 (KOR)[71]
  • Label: Good EMG, Vitamin Entertainment (VDCD-6047)
  • Format: CD, digital download
1
Unchanging: Part 1 Orange
  • Released: November 29, 2016
  • Label: Shinhwa Company, CJ E&M Music
  • Format: CD, digital download
2
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
Gaon
[74][B]
KOR
Hot 100
[75][D]
JPN
[76]
"Resolver"[77][F]
(Korean: "해결사")
1998 Resolver
"Eusha! Eusha!"[78]
(Korean: "으쌰! 으쌰!")
"Sharing Forever"[79]
(Korean: "천일유혼"; lit. "Thousand-Year Spirit")
"T.O.P. (Twinkling of Paradise)"[80] 1999 T.O.P.
"Yo! (Brat Report)"[81][F]
(Korean: "Yo! (악동보고서)")
"Only One"[82] 2000 Only One
"All Your Dreams"[81]
"First Love"
"Wedding March (Your Side)"[F]
(Korean: "Wedding March (너의 곁에서)")
"Hey, Come On!"[78] 2001 Hey, Come On!
"Wild Eyes"[79]
"My Life Style" 2002 My Choice
"Perfect Man"[78] 2002 Perfect Man
"I Pray 4 U"[79]
"Wedding"
[83](Korean: "너의 결혼식")
2001 너의 결혼식 (Wedding)
"Addiction (Deep Sorrow)"[84][F]
(Korean: "중독 (Deep Sorrow)")
"Young Gunz"[85] 2004 Winter Story
"How Do I Say?"[79] remixes later included on
Summer Story 2005
"Brand New"[86] Brand New
"Fever (Crazy)"[87]
(Korean: "열병 (Crazy)")
"Oh!"
"Angel"[88]
"2gether 4ever"
"Hey, Dude"[89] 2005 Summer Story 2005
"Once in a Lifetime"[80] 2006 State of the Art
"Throw My Fist"[90]
"You're My Everything"[78]
"We Have the Sun in Our Hearts"[91][F][E]
(Japanese: "僕らの心には太陽がある")
9 Inspiration #1
"Just One More Time..."[92][F]
(Korean: "다시 한번만...")
2008 Volume 9
"Run"[93]
"Evidence (Destiny of Love)"[94][F]
(Korean: "흔적 (Destiny of Love)")
"Venus"[95] 2012 6 6 The Return
"This Love"[96] 2013 3 5 The Classic
"Memory"[97] 2015 15 We
"Sniper"[98]
(Korean: "표적")
3
"Orange"
(Korean: "오렌지")
2016 42 Unchanging: Part 1 Orange
"Touch"
(Korean: "터치")
2017 4 Unchanging: Touch
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other charted songs[edit]

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
Gaon
[99][B]
KOR
Hot 100
[100][D]
"Be My Love" 2012 89 The Return
"Hurts" 43 30
"Let It Go" 83
"Move With Me" 88
"On the Road" 73 48
"Red Carpet" 85
"Stay" 84
"Welcome" 97
"Acquainted Guy"[F]
(Korean: "아는 남자")
2013 99 The Classic
"Alright" 2015 58 We
"Cat"
(Korean: "고양이")
89
"Don't Cry" 91
"Give It 2 Me" 95
"Ice Moon"[F]
(Korean: "얼음달")
94
"I'm in Love" 96
"White Shirts" 87
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other appearances[edit]

List of other non-single song appearances, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Merry Christmas" 1999 Christmas in SMTown[101]
"Prayer"[F]
(Korean: "기도")
2000 Christmas Winter Vacation in SMTown.com: Look Out the Window[102]
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"
(Korean: "루돌프 사슴코")
"White Paradise"
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas" 2001 Winter Vacation in SMTown.com:
Angel Eyes
[103]
"White Love"
"12:00 N" Guardian Angel: 수호천사[104]
"Hero" 2002 2002 Summer Vacation in SMTown.com[105]
"For This Time"[F]
(Korean: "이번만큼은")

2002 Winter Vacation in SMTown.com:
My Angel My Light
[106]
"Silver Bells"
Kangta, Shin Hye-sung, and Isak N Jiyeon
"Snow Baby"
Kim Dong-wan, Jun Jin, and Fly to the Sky
"I Miss You"
Yoo Soo-young, Eric Mun, Andy Lee, and Shinvi
"Look Out the Window"[F]
(Korean: "창 밖을 보라")
Moon Hee-jun, Lee Min-woo
"I Pray 4 U" (Remix) 2003 2003 Summer Vacation in SMTown.com[107]
"Just Be My Love" 2005 The 101st Proposal OST[108]
"That Day"[F]
(Korean: "그날이 오면")
Super Rookie OST[109]

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ ^ ^ ^ The Recording Industry Association of Korea (RIAK) tracked physical album, EP, and singles sales and released a consolidated sales and ranking chart monthly from January 1999 to September 2008.[110] It did not track digital-only sales.
  • B ^ ^ ^ ^ The Gaon Music Chart began releasing data in 2010 after the Recording Industry Association of Korea stopped compiling data in October 2008.[111] Charts are released weekly, monthly, and yearly. Chart positions listed in this article are weekly rankings, unless otherwise noted. Online sources for charts released after September 2008 and before January 2010 are currently unavailable.
  • C ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ There are no publicly-available records for Japan's Oricon chart prior to mid-2005.
  • D ^ ^ The Billboard Korea K-Pop Hot 100 charted sales in Korea from August 25, 2011[112] to May 17, 2014.[113]
  • E ^ Shinhwa's Japanese single, "We've Got the Sun in Our Hearts", was released in Korea as "우리들의 마음에는 태양이 있어" on September 6, 2006[114][115] and was tracked on the RIAK's "pop" chart for foreign music releases. The chart for the month of September 2006 was never successfully archived, and thus the probable chart peak for the single is unavailable. The highest verifiable chart position is number 7 for the following month of October 2006. The single sold 15,052 copies in its debut month (17,316 total sales through October minus 2,264 sales in October).[116]
  • F ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ These songs, originally titled in Korean (or Japanese), have no official English titles. Therefore, the translations provided here may differ from those in other sources.

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