Super Junior discography

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Super Junior discography
Super Junior at Kaohsiung Arena, Taiwan(2).jpg
Super Junior members at LG Optimus Super Junior Fan meeting at Chateau de Chine in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in November 2011.
Studio albums 9
Live albums 6
Compilation albums 15
Video albums 3
Music videos 50
Singles 29
Soundtrack albums 7
Guest singles 3

This is the discography of South Korean boy band Super Junior, produced and managed by SM Entertainment. Super Junior has formed five sub-groups, which target different markets. While their subgroups are not as commercially successful as the main group, they provide a new degree of critical appraisal. Super Junior-T, for example, brought influence to the younger generation on trot-styled music[1] and Super Junior-M is credited as an influential group in the Chinese music industry.

The group has released nine studio albums, six CD singles, and six live albums. The group also contributed in a total of seven compilations and soundtracks. The releases below are music records officially released by Super Junior, although the group has also unofficially-released productions, such as opening themes for radio shows and television shows.

Their fourth album Bonamana is listed as the best-selling album of 2010 with 200,193 copies sold, and the repackaged version at ninth at 99,355 copies.[2] On 12 April 2012, Gaon Chart announced that, up till the end of March 2012, their fifth studio album, Mr. Simple has sold a cumulative total of 548,164 copies in South Korea, the first to exceed half a million in four years in South Korea,[3] hence making it the highest-selling album of their career.

Note:

1) For sub-groups's and individual member's discography, see their articles.

2) The following, except for the group's debut album, Super Junior 05 and their collaboration single with TVXQ, Show Me Your Love, both in which were released under the name of SuperJunior05, are music released and credited under the name of Super Junior. Up till 2008, South Korean chart and sales data were compiled by defunct Music Industry Association of Korea (MIAK), where upon in February 2010 Gaon Chart was launched with nationwide data from 2009. The releases are in Korean, unless otherwise specified.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[4]
JPN
[5]
TW US
World

[6]
US
Heat

[6]
Korean
Super Junior 05 3 16
  • KOR: 180,794+ (as of 2012)[7]
Don't Don
  • Released: September 20, 2007
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released: November 5, 2007
  • Formats: CD, cassette, DVD, digital download
1 55 1
  • KOR: 225,482+ (as of 2013)[8]
Sorry, Sorry
  • Released: March 12, 2009
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (It's You): May 14, 2009
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 33 1
  • KOR: 335,394+ (as of 2013)[9]
  • PHL: 7,500+
Bonamana
  • Released: May 13, 2010
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released: June 28, 2010
  • Formats: CD, DVD, digital download
1 15 1 7
  • KOR: 416,239+ (as of 2013)[10]
  • JPN: 30,615+ (as of 2012)
  • TWN: 57,000+
  • PHL: 7,500+
Mr. Simple
  • Released: August 3, 2011
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (A-Cha): September 19, 2011
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 17 1 3 41
  • KOR: 559,233+ (as of 2014)[11]
  • JPN: 54,498+ (as of 2012)
  • TWN: 45,000+
  • PHL: 7,500+
Sexy, Free & Single
  • Released: July 4, 2012
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (Spy): August 6, 2012
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 5 1 3 37
  • KOR: 497,428+ (as of 2014)[12]
  • JPN: 73,285+ (as of 2012)
  • CHN: 15,716+
Mamacita
  • Released: September 1, 2014
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (This Is Love): October 27, 2014
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 3 1 1 39
  • KOR: 414,389+ (as of 2015)[13]
  • JPN: 37,410+ (as of 2015)
  • US: 1,000+
Devil
  • Released: July 16, 2015
  • 10th anniversary special album
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (Magic): September 16, 2015
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 8
  • KOR: 276,244+ (as of 2016)[14]
  • JPN: 33,401+ (as of 2015)
Play
  • Released: November 6, 2017
  • Label: SM Entertainment
  • Re-released (Pause): November 28, 2017
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 16 3 15
Japanese
Hero
  • Released: July 24, 2013
  • Label: avex trax
  • Formats: CD, DVD, digital download
10 2
  • KOR: 4,223+ (as of 2013)[18]
  • JPN: 122,373+ (as of 2013)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Live albums[edit]

The following releases are in Korean, unless otherwise specified.

# Year Information Chart positions Sales
Gaon Album Chart
(South Korea)
Oricon Charts
(Japan)
1st 2008 Super Show Concert Album
  • Released: May 19, 2008
  • Format: CD, DVD
1
230
2nd 2009 Super Show 2 Concert Album [19]
  • Released: December 10, 2009
  • Format: CD, DVD
1
81
3rd 2011 Super Show 3 Concert Album
  • Released: October 24, 2011
  • Format: CD, DVD
2
3
(Limited Edition)
30,951+
4th 2012 World Tour Super Show 4 Live in Japan
  • Released: October 31, 2012
  • Format: Blu-ray, DVD
1
40,511+
4th 2013 Super Show 4 Concert Album
  • Released: June 28, 2013
  • Format: CD
2
20,263+
5th 2014 World Tour Super Show 5 Live in Japan
  • Released: January 29, 2014
  • Format: Blu-ray, DVD
3
41,504+
5th 2015 Super Show 5 Concert Album & Super Show 6 Concert Album
  • Released: November 6, 2015
  • Format: CD
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales and Certifications Album
KOR
[20]
KOR
Hot 100

[21]
JPN
Oricon
Korean
2005 "Twins (Knock Out)" "Super Junior 05"
2006 "Miracle"
"U"
  • KOR (CD): 92,000+[22]
  • KOR (DL): 1,700,000+[23]
U
"Dancing Out" 2006 Summer SMTOWN
2007 "Happiness" 2007 Summer SMTOWN – Fragile
"Don't Don"
  • KOR (DL): 1,478,468+
Don't Don
"Marry U"
2009 "Sorry, Sorry"
  • KOR (DL): 2,998,678+
Sorry, Sorry
"It's You"
  • KOR (DL): 1,225,000+
2010 "Bonamana" 8
  • KOR (DL): 1,264,311+[24]
Bonamana
"No Other" 20
2011 "Mr. Simple" 1 4
  • KOR (DL): 1,899,728+[25]
Mr. Simple
"A-CHa" 14 19
  • KOR (DL): 710,531+[26]
"Santa U Are the One" 43
  • KOR (DL): 160,238+[27]
2011 Winter SMTOWN – The Warmest Gift
2012 "Sexy, Free & Single" 5 15
  • KOR (DL): 872,657+[28]
Sexy, Free & Single
"SPY" 10 20
  • KOR (DL): 440,202+[29]
2014 "Mamacita" 11
  • KOR (DL): 152,933+
Mamacita
"This Is Love" 62
2015 "Devil" 21
  • KOR (DL): 293,660+
Devil
"Magic" 87
2017 "Black Suit" 23
  • KOR (DL): 92,923+[30]
Play
Japanese
2008 "U / Twins" 8
  • JPN: 21,379+
Non-album single
"Marry U" 20
  • JPN: 8,705+
2011 "Bijin (Bonamana)" 2
  • JPN: 69,875+
Hero
"Mr. Simple" 2
  • JPN: 110,608+ (Gold)
2012 "Opera" 3
  • JPN: 184,469+ (Gold)
"Sexy, Free & Single" 2
  • JPN: 123,140+ (Gold)
2013 "Blue World" 3
  • JPN: 77,026+
Non-album single
2014 "Mamacita -Ayaya-" 1
2016 "Devil / Magic" 2
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Featured singles[edit]

Year Title Sales and certifications Album
2005 "Show Me Your Love"
(with TVXQ)
  • KOR (CD): 67,000+[33]
Non-album single
2009 "S.E.O.U.L."
(with Girls' Generation)

Soundtrack[edit]

Year Released date Title Track
2007 April 4, 2007 H.I.T OST Success, H.I.T
July 26, 2007 Attack on the Pin-Up Boys OST Wonder Boy
November 22, 2007 Thirty Thousand Miles In Search of My Son OST Our Love (Drama Ver.)
2010 May 20, 2010 Dream Come True OST
  • 1. Victory Korea
  • 2. Victory Korea (OST Ver.)
October 8, 2010 HARU OST Angel

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales and Certifications Album
KOR
Korean
2012 "From U" 51 141,293+ Sexy, Free & Single
"Bittersweet" 65 86,267+
"Someday" 68 84,424+
"A `Good`bye" 71 82,293+
"NOW" 72 78,309+
"Daydream" 76 72,303+
"Rockstar" 77 70,874+
"Gulliver" 82 62,727+
"Butterfly" 83 63,141+
"Only U" 86 34,998+ Spy
"HARU" 93 31,412+
"Outsider" 102 31,412+
2014 "Shirt" 132 24,307+ Mamacita
"Raining Spell For Love" 142 17,128+
"Mid-Season" 147 16,278+
"Islands" 152 11,585+
"Midnight Blues" 151 11,443+
"Too Many Beautiful Girls" 164 10,888+
"Let's Dance" 168 10,671+
"...ing" 263 5,084+ This is Love
"Hit Me Up" 291 4,515+
"Don't Leave Me" 279 4,643+
2015 "Alright" 157 22,938+ Devil
"Love At First Sight" 148 20,499+
"Stars Appear..." 143 20,437+
"Simply Beautiful" 154 18,947+
"We Can" 153 18,612+
"Don't Wake Me Up" 161 18,494+
"Good Love" 177 16,733+
"Rock N Shine" 185 12,331+
"Forever With You" 193 11,252+
"Dorothy" 200 9,228+ Magic
"Sarang" 298 6,170+
"You Got It" 308 5,986+
2017 "One More Chance" 85 20,443+ Play

Compilation albums[edit]

SMTOWN[edit]

SMTOWN is the project name used by SM Entertainment for their vacation compilation albums. SMTOWN consists of current artists under SM Entertainment.

Title Date Released Language Label Tracks contributed
2006 Summer SMTown June 20, 2006 Korean SM Entertainment

1. Full Sun (Red Sun) - SM Town
3. Dancing Out
10. Smile!

2006 Winter SMTown - Snow Dream December 12, 2006 Korean SM Entertainment

1. Snow Dream - SM Town
3. Tic! Toc!
5. Just You[KRY]

2007 Summer SMTown - Fragile July 5, 2007 Korean SM Entertainment

2. Let's Go On a Trip! - SM Town
3. Full of Happiness
4. Eve Warning[SD]
8. A Shell Necklace[YS][RW]
9. Under The Sea[LT][HC][YS][KI][SM][EH][DH][RW]

2007 Winter SMTown - Only Love December 7, 2007 Korean SM Entertainment

1. Only Love - SM Town
4. First Snow

2009 Summer SMTown – We Are Shining August 14, 2009 Korean SM Entertainment

1. Seaside - TVXQ, Super Junior, SHINee
4. Carnival

2011 Winter SMTown - The Warmest Gift December 13, 2011 English SM Entertainment

Miscellaneous[edit]

Title Date Released Language Label
Sweet memories with Super Junior March 12, 2008 Japanese SM Entertainment
heart 2 heart with Super Junior March 13, 2008 English SM Entertainment

Music videos[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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