TVXQ singles discography

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TVXQ singles discography
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TVXQ performing during the K-Pop World Festival, 2012
Singles74
Featured appearances3
Soundtrack appearances27

South Korean pop group TVXQ, known as Tohoshinki (東方神起, Tōhōshinki) in Japanese releases, have released 74 singles (including 1 as a co-featuring artist), 3 featured appearances, and 27 soundtrack appearances. The group signed with S.M. Entertainment in 2003 and released their debut single "Hug" in January 2004, peaking at number four on the Monthly Albums Chart of the Music Industry Association of Korea (MIAK). Their following single "The Way U Are", released in June 2004, entered the MIAK Monthly Albums Chart at number one.

In late 2004, TVXQ signed with Japan's Avex Group to launch their Japanese music career. They first issued the English version of "Hug" in November 2004, which was then followed by the release of their debut Japanese single "Stay with Me Tonight" in April 2005, peaking at number thirty-seven on the Oricon Singles Chart. They achieved their first top-three single in Japan the following year with "Miss You / 'O'-Sei.Han.Gō.", and in 2008, they scored their first number-one Japanese single with "Purple Line". Its accompanying studio album T spawned six top-five singles on the Oricon.

In September 2008, TVXQ released their fourth Korean studio album Mirotic. The album's title single became one of TVXQ's biggest worldwide hits – it topped digital charts across most major Asian music markets, and became a signature song for the Hallyu. The group's fourth Japanese studio album The Secret Code, released in March 2009, repeated Mirotic's success, spawning four number-one singles on the Oricon. The single "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" (2008) was the album's best-selling single, receiving a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) after only one week of release. It went on to receive two platinum certifications in digital downloads in 2014.

The singles following "Survivor" (2009) cemented TVXQ's commercial success in Japan. The group scored their best-selling hit with "Share the World", receiving three platinum certifications in digital downloads from the RIAJ. The single, released in April 2009, was part of the soundtrack for the anime, One Piece. In 2010, TVXQ released their first platinum-certified singles "Break Out!" and "Toki o Tomete". The latter was TVXQ's last single to feature members Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu.

TVXQ restarted their career as a duo with members Yunho and Changmin in January 2011. Their first single "Keep Your Head Down" debuted at number five on South Korea's Gaon Singles Chart and number one on Japan's Oricon, receiving a platinum certification from the RIAJ one week after release. "Keep Your Head Down" is one of TVXQ's biggest hits in Japan; it topped music charts across the country, earning a platinum certification in digital downloads. All of the duo's singles released after "Keep Your Head Down" have charted within the top three. With a total of twelve number-one singles recorded on the Oricon, TVXQ is highest-ranking foreign music act in Japan.[1] They have since sold more than 4.2 million physical singles there, making them the best-selling international artist of all-time in CD singles.[2]

Singles[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and sales figures, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications[D] Album
KOR JPN TW
[3]
KOR
[4][A]
KOR
Hot

[5][B]
JPN
[6]
JPN
Hot

[7][C]
JPN
RIAJ

[8][D]
Korean
"Hug" 2004 12[a] 77
  • KOR: 244,579 [9]
  • JPN: 4,710
N/A Tri-Angle
"The Way U Are" 68[b]
  • KOR: 300,558[9]
"Mideoyo"
"Tri-Angle"
(featuring BoA and the TRAX)
"Magic Castle" The Christmas Gift from TVXQ
"Hi Ya Ya Yeoreumnal" 2005 45[c]
  • KOR: 86,591
Non-album single
"Rising Sun" Rising Sun
"Tonight"
"Show Me Your Love"
(with Super Junior)
28[d] Non-album singles
"Dongbangui Tuhon" 2006 93[e]
  • KOR: 36,516
"'O'-Jung.Ban.Hap." "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.
"Balloons"
"Mirotic" 2008 Mirotic
"Wrong Number"
"Keep Your Head Down"
2011 5
  • KOR: 1,391,468 (DL)[11]
Keep Your Head Down
"Before U Go" 15
  • KOR: 489,503 (DL)[12]
Before U Go
"Catch Me" 2012 16 25
  • KOR: 594,124 (DL)[13]
Catch Me
"Humanoids" 32
  • KOR: 157,915 (DL)[14]
Humanoids
"Something" 2014 4 7
  • KOR: 564,880 (DL)[15]
Tense
"Spellbound" 27 52
  • KOR: 136,338 (DL)[16]
Spellbound
"Rise as One"
(sung by Max Changmin)
2015 Rise as God
"Champagne"
(sung by U-Know Yunho)
77
"The Chance of Love" 2018 30 New Chapter #1: The Chance of Love
"Love Line"
"Truth" New Chapter #2: The Truth of Love
Japanese
"Stay with Me Tonight" 2005 37
  • JPN: 10,116
  • KOR: 28,298
Heart, Mind and Soul
"Somebody to Love" 14
  • JPN: 10,496
  • KOR: 24,413
"My Destiny" 16
  • JPN: 16,615
  • KOR: 23,362
"Asu wa Kuru Kara" 2006 22
  • JPN: 11,484
  • KOR: 21,596
"Rising Sun" 22
  • JPN: 7,672
  • KOR: 12,339
"Heart, Mind and Soul"
"Begin" 15
  • JPN: 17,283
  • KOR: 13,011
Five in the Black
"Sky" 6
  • JPN: 26,890
  • KOR: 10,952
"Miss You" 3
  • JPN: 29,226
  • KOR: 11,645
"O"-Sei.Han.Gō."
"Step by Step" 2007 7
  • JPN: 29,144
  • KOR: 13,468
"Choosey Lover" 9
  • JPN: 28,116
  • KOR: 9,354
"Lovin' You" 2
  • JPN: 49,495
  • KOR: 10,714
T
"Summer Dream" 2
  • JPN: 124,829
  • KOR: 16,536
"Song for You"
"Love in the Ice"
"Shine" 2
  • JPN: 41,978
  • KOR: 12,355
"Ride On"
"Forever Love" 4
  • JPN: 50,812
  • KOR: 9,494
"Together" 3
  • JPN: 39,595
  • KOR: 6,235
"Purple Line" 2008 72[f] 1 10 79
  • JPN: 47,303
  • KOR: 18,869
"Two Hearts" 13 57
  • JPN: 27,116
  • KOR: 10,523
The Secret Code
"Runaway" 8 49
  • JPN: 32,983
  • KOR: 11,266
"If..." 12 32
  • JPN: 32,939
  • KOR: 13,518
"Close to You" 9 42
  • JPN: 21,037
  • KOR: 11,939
"Keyword" 7 33
  • JPN: 29,122
  • KOR: 12,582
"Beautiful You" 1 10 4
  • JPN: 121,771
  • KOR: 9,831
"Sennen Koi Uta"
"Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" 1 6 17 4
  • JPN: 120,890
  • KOR: 10,473
"Mirotic" 1 4 91 17
  • JPN: 100,000
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
"Bolero" 2009 1 6 5
  • JPN: 110,717
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 23,000
"Kiss the Baby Sky"
  • JPN: 110,717
  • KOR: 23,000
"Wasurenaide"
"Survivor" 3 11 55 1
  • JPN: 100,313
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 10,469
"Share the World" 1 4 5 4
  • JPN: 180,826
  • JPN: 750,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 8,432
Best Selection 2010
"We Are!" 39
  • JPN: 180,826
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 8,432
"Stand by U" 65[g] 2 2 7
  • JPN: 233,057
  • JPN: 250,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 7,342
"Break Out!" 2010 3 1 1 7 4
  • JPN: 289,412
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 7,817
"Toki o Tomete" 2 1 1 26 3
  • JPN: 250,448
  • KOR: 5,162
"Why? (Keep Your Head Down)" 2011 5 1 1 1 9
  • JPN: 286,056
  • JPN: 250,000 (DL)
  • JPN: 100,000 (Chaka-uta full)
  • JPN: 100,000 (PC Haishin)
  • KOR: 4,235
  • RIAJ: Platinum[28]
    • Gold (Chaka-uta full)[29]
    • Gold (PC Haishin)[30]
    • Platinum (DL)[19]
Tone
"Superstar" 8 2 1 11 13
  • JPN: 184,317
  • KOR: 3,997
"Winter Rose" 5 2 2 23 10
  • JPN: 153,580
  • KOR: 5,760
Time
"Duet" (winter version) Tone
"Still" 2012 6 1 1 8 7
  • JPN: 160,791
  • KOR: 3,968
Time
"Android" 16 1 2 4 14
  • JPN: 175,544
  • KOR: 3,838
"Catch Me -If you wanna-" 2013 7 1 1
  • JPN: 156,537
  • JPN: 100,000 (DL)
  • KOR: 2,799
"Ocean" 10 2 2 14
  • JPN: 159,163
  • KOR: 3,183
Tree
"Scream" 2 2 16
  • JPN: 145,628
"Very Merry Xmas" 2 3 19
  • JPN: 133,058
"Hide & Seek" 2014 2 2
  • JPN: 119,291
"Something"
"Sweat" 2 1
  • JPN: 140,300
With
"Answer"
"Time Works Wonders" 2 1
  • JPN: 115,877
"Sakuramichi" 2015 2 2
  • JPN: 158,131
Fine Collection: Begin Again
"Reboot" 2017 2 3 Tomorrow
"Road" 2018 2 2
"Jealous" 1 3 XV
"Hot Hot Hot" 2019 2 4
"Mirrors" 46
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications[D] Album
KOR
Gaon

[50][A]
JPN
100

[51][C]
JPN
RIAJ

[52][D]
Korean
"Traveling" 2007 2007 Winter SMTown – Only Love
"Nothing Better" 2009 2009 Summer SMTown – We are Shining
"Athena" 2010 22 Keep Your Head Down
"Journey"
(featuring Seohyun)
2011 111
Japanese
"Amaku Hateshinaku" 2009 8 Best Selection 2010
"I Don't Know" 2011 44 Tone
"I Think U Know"
"B.U.T (BE-AU-TY)" 65 9
"Back to Tomorrow" 94 17
"Jumon -Mirotic-"
(Live Tour 2012: Tone)
2012 Non-album singles
"Rising Sun"
(Live Tour 2012: Tone)
"Summer Dream"
(Live Tour 2012: Tone)
"I Know" Time
"In Our Time" 2013
"Rat Tat Tat"
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Featured appearances[edit]

As featured artists[edit]

List of singles as featured artists, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak positions Sales Certifications[D] Album
JPN
Oricon

[6]
Japanese
"Last Angel"
(Kumi Koda featuring Tohoshinki)
2007 3
  • JPN: 91,620
  • JPN: 100,000(Chaka-uta full)
  • RIAJ: Gold[53]
    • Gold (Chaka-uta full)[54]
Kingdom
"Just the Two of Us!"
(ravex featuring Tohoshinki)
2009 Trax
"Survival Dance 〜No No Cry More〜"
(TRF featuring Tohoshinki)
2013 TRF Tribute Album Best
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

As SM Town[edit]

Title Year Album
Korean
"Hot Mail"
(as SM Town)
2004 2004 Summer Vacation in SMTown.com
"Drive"
"Through the Forest"
"Red Sun"
(as SM Town)
2006 2006 Summer SMTown
"Oasis"
"Snow Dream"
(as SM Town)
2006 Winter SMTown – Snow Dream
"When We'll Be Together"
"Let's Go On a Trip"
(as SM Town)
2007 2007 Summer SMTown – Fragile
"White Summer Christmas"
"Only Love"
(as SM Town)
2007 Winter SMTown – Only Love
"Evergreen"
"Yeohaenggi"
"Seaside (Boom Boom)"
(with Super Junior and SHINee)
2009 2009 Summer SMTown – We Are Shining
"Nothing Better"
"Sleigh Ride" 2011 Winter: The Warmest Gift
"Dear My Family"
(as SM Town)
2012 I AM. – Original Film Soundtrack
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Song Year Film and/or television drama series
Korean
"Free Your Mind" (Opening theme) 2006 Featured in Origami Warriors
"Love Is All I Need" (Ending theme)
"Greeting" A Millionaire's First Love – Original Soundtrack
"Holding Back the Tears" Vacation – Original Soundtrack
"Beautiful Thing" (Harmonica version)
"Remember" 2007 Goong S – Original Soundtrack
"Harudal" Air City – Original Soundtrack
"All in Vain"
"Rising Sun" 2009 Featured in Fast & Furious
"Athena" 2010 Athena: Goddess of War – Original Soundtrack
"Journey" 2011 Paradise Ranch – Original Soundtrack
Japanese
"I'll Be There" (Japanese version) 2007 Featured in Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea
"A Whole New World" Disneymania presents Pop Parade Japan
"Sennen Koi Uta" The Legend – Original Soundtrack
"Last Angel" Resident Evil: Extinction – Original Soundtrack
"Bolero" 2009 Subaru – Original Soundtrack
"The Way U Are" (Japanese version)
"Asu wa Kuru Kara" (17th ending theme) 2010 One Piece Memorial Album
"We Are!" (10th opening)
"Share the World" (11th opening)
"Break Out!" (Opening theme) Suzusato High School Calligraphy Club – Original Soundtrack
"With All My Heart ~Kimi ga Odoru, Natsu~" The Summer You Danced – Original Soundtrack
"Why? (Keep Your Head Down)" (Opening theme) 2011 My Beautiful Neighbor – Original Soundtrack
"One More Thing" (Opening theme) 2012 Featured in Let M: Watashi ga Anata wo Aisuru Riyuu
"Scream" 2013 Theme for Sadako 3D 2
Ranked #5 in the Orion Annual Ranking for Movie Tie-Up Singles
"Answer" (Opening theme) Featured in Hard Nut
"Hide & Seek" (Opening theme) 2014 Featured in Team Batista 4
"I Love You" (Opening theme) Featured in Kykei no Koya
"Sakuramichi" (Opening theme) 2015 Featured in Hanayome Noren
"Reboot" (Opening theme) 2017 Featured in School Counselor
"Daisuki Datta" 2018 Theme for Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends
"Mirrors" (Opening theme) 2019 Featured in Sign
English
"Runnin on Empty" 2014 Make Your Move (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Other charted songs[edit]

List of non-single songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
Gaon

[55][A]
JPN
RIAJ

[56][D]
Korean
"How Can I" 2011 81 Keep Your Head Down
"Maximum 14
"Crazy"
(featuring Jay)
112
"Rumor" 108
"Our Game" 132
"She" 115
"Sleigh Ride" 173 2011 Winter SMTown – The Warmest Gift
"Viva" 2012 113 Catch Me
"Destiny" 96
"Like a Soap" 107
"I Don't Know" (Korean version) 118
"Dream" 115
"How are You" 87
"Getaway" 126
"I Swear" 112
"Gorgeous" 129
"Good Night" 122
"Ten (10 Years)" 2014 70 Tense
"Your Man" 68
"Moonlight Fantasy" 67
"Beside" 79
"Double Trouble" 105
"Off-Road" 89
"Smoky Heart" 96
"Love Again" 93
"Steppin'" 90
"Rise..." 100
"Always With You" 75
Japanese
"Tea for Two" 2009 89 Single B-Side Collection
"A Whole New World" (DJ Kaori Remix) 82 Disney / Mellow Disney ~R & B Revisited~
"With All My Heart~君が踊る、夏~" 2010 11 Best Selection 2010
"Maximum" 2011 31 Tone
"Duet" 35
"Shiawase Iro no Hana" 97
"Easy Mind" 83
"One More Thing" 2012 38 Time
"Blink" 49
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ Prior to the establishment of the Gaon Music Chart in 2010, South Korea's music charts were supplied by the Music Industry Association of Korea (MIAK), which stopped compiling data in 2008.[57] There are no known cumulative chart records for digital singles prior to 2010.
  • B ^ The first issue date of the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 was on August 25, 2011.[58] The chart was discontinued after the May 17, 2014 issue date.
  • C ^ The first issue date of the Billboard Japan Hot 100 was on March 3, 2008.[59]
  • D ^ The Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) supplies the music recording sales certification in Japan. Until July 27, 2012, Chaku-uta Full (cellphone downloads), Chaku-uta (ringtones) and regular PC Haishin (PC digital download) sales were charted separately by the RIAJ on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart. The chart was discontinued after July 27, 2012. On February 28, 2014, the Chaku-uta Full and PC categories were merged to create the Single Track (digital download) category.[60]
Specific
  1. ^ Released in 2004, "Hug" peaked at number four on the MIAK charts for the month of January 2004. It entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2014 and peaked at number 12 for the week of January 12–18, 2014.
  2. ^ Released in 2004, "The Way U Are" peaked at number two on the MIAK charts for the month of July 2004. It entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 68 for the week of March 7–13, 2010.
  3. ^ Released in 2005, "Hi Ya Ya Summer Day" entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 45 for the week of February 28 to March 6, 2010.
  4. ^ Released in 2005, "Show Me Your Love" peaked at number one on the MIAK charts for the month of December 2005. It entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 28 for the week of February 21–27, 2010.
  5. ^ "Fighting Spirit of the East" was released in 2006 to support the South Korean football team at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 93 for the week of January 10–16, 2010.
  6. ^ Released in 2008, "Purple Line" entered the Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 72 for the week of March 28 to April 3, 2010.
  7. ^ Released in 2009, "Stand by U" entered the cumulative Gaon Album Chart in 2010 and peaked at number 65 for the week of March 7–13. 2010.

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    • "Beautiful You / Sennen Koi Uta" (千年戀歌): "2008年—第23週"
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    • "2009年—第18週"
    • "Stand by U": "2009年—第28週"
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    • "Why? (Keep Your Head Down)": "2011年—第8週"
    • "Superstar": "2011年—第32週"
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