The ReVe Festival: Finale

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The ReVe Festival: Finale
Red Velvet - The ReVe Festival Finale.png
Digital and Finale version cover
Compilation album by
ReleasedDecember 23, 2019 (2019-12-23)
StudioSM Studios, Seoul, South Korea
ProducerLee Soo-man (exec.)
Red Velvet chronology
The ReVe Festival: Day 2
The ReVe Festival: Finale
Physical album artwork
Singles from The ReVe Festival: Finale
  1. "Psycho"
    Released: December 23, 2019

The ReVe Festival: Finale is the first compilation album by South Korean girl group Red Velvet, released by SM Entertainment on December 23, 2019. It was announced on December 12 and it became available to pre-order that day. Serving as the third and final release of the trilogy The ReVe Festival, the album contains sixteen tracks including the lead single "Psycho" and three other new tracks, as well as all tracks from The ReVe Festival: Day 1 and The ReVe Festival: Day 2.[3][4] A digital EP including only the four new tracks was also released on the same date.[5]


The album was announced through social media on midnight of December 12, 2019, with movie-poster style teaser photos with tagline; "Don't be afraid of the dark. The fireworks will light up the sky" and "Stay in the magic even after dark. The fireworks start". The 16-track track list was revealed again through social media on midnight of December 15, 2019, revealing the four new tracks "Psycho", "In & Out", "Remember Forever" and "La Rouge" as a special track, that was performed during their titular third concert on November 23–24, 2019 at Korea University's Hwa-jung Tiger Dome, Seoul, South Korea.[6][unreliable source] The album's showcase was supposed to be during SBS Gayo Daejeon on December 24, but as Wendy suffered injuries during rehearsal, they did not attend the live ceremony, but the prerecorded version was played instead.[7][unreliable source] The rest of the group will continue their promotion with four members.

Commercial performance[edit]

The single "Psycho" topped all of South Korea's realtime music charts upon its release, being Red Velvet's second song to achieve a "realtime all-kill" after their 2018 single, "Power Up".[8] The song has also achieved the "certified all-kill" status, where a song is topping all the charts, both realtime and daily, simultaneously. It also became Red Velvet's second song to top the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart, following "RBB (Really Bad Boy)" the previous year.

The album went on to sell over 30,000 physical copies on the first day of availability according to Hanteo, their second-best, just next to The ReVe Festival Day 1, released June earlier that year, selling over 45,000 physical copies on the first day of availability.[citation needed] As of February 2020, the album has sold 134,720 copies.[9]

Track listing[edit]

All new tracks indicated in bold. Tracks 4 to 9 are from Day 2 while tracks 10 to 15 are from Day 1.

  • Andrew Scott
  • Cazzi Opeia
  • EJAE
  • Druski
  • Yoo Young-jin
2."In & Out"Kenzie
  • Kenzie
  • Moonshine
  • Cazzi Opeia
3."Remember Forever"
  • Lee Seuran
  • Jang Yeo-jin (Lalala Studio)
  • Louise Frick Sveen
  • Royal Dive
Royal Dive3:08
4."Eyes Locked, Hands Locked" (눈 맞추고, 손 맞대고; nun matchugo, son matdaego)SuminSuminSumin, Jeong Dong-hwan4:11
5."Ladies Night"Park Ji-yeon (Mono Tree)
  • Chu Dae-gwan (Mono Tree)
  • Andreas Öberg
  • Maja Keuc
Chu Dae-gwan (Mono Tree)3:57
  • Kenzie
  • Caesar & Loui
  • Ylva Dimberg
Caesar & Loui3:36
7."Love Is the Way"
  • Goo Tae-woo
  • Shin Hye-sun
(Jam Factory)
  • Denzil "DR" Remedios
8."Carpool" (카풀; kapul)Kenzie
  • Sophia Ayana
  • Léon Paul Palmen
  • Nathan Cunningham
  • Marc Sibley
  • Sophia Ayana
  • Léon Paul Palmen
  • Nathan Cunningham
  • Marc Sibley
9."Umpah Umpah" (음파음파; eumpa-eumpa)Jeon Gandi
  • Christoffer Lauridsen
  • Andreas Öberg
  • Allison Kaplan
  • Christoffer Lauridsen
  • Andreas Öberg
10."LP"Seo Ji-eum
  • Ryan S. Jhun
  • Hanif Hitmanic Sabzevari
  • Dennis DeKo Kordnejad
  • Pontus PJ Ljung
  • Anna Isbäck
  • Ryan S. Jhun
  • Hitmanic
  • DeKo
  • PJ
11."Parade" (안녕, 여름; Annyeong, Yeoreum; lit: Hello, Summer)Seo Ji-eum
  • Fredrik Häggstam
  • Johan Gustafsson
  • Sebastian Lundberg
  • Ylva Dimberg
12."Bing Bing" (친구가 아냐; Chinguga Anya; lit: Not A Friend)Kim Soo-jin (Jam Factory)
  • Will Simms
  • Ylva Dimberg
  • Neil Athale
  • Will Simms
  • Ylva Dimberg
  • Neil Athale
13."Milkshake"Kim Bo-eun (Jam Factory)
  • Moonshine
  • Cazzi Opeia
  • Boots a.k.a. Per Kristian Ottestad
14."Sunny Side Up!"Jeon Gandi
15."Zimzalabim" (짐살라빔; Jimsallabim)Lee Seu-ran
  • Caesar & Loui
16."La Rouge" (Special Track)
  • JQ
  • Moon Seo-ul
  • Ahn Young-joo (makeumine works)
  • mola (makeumine works)
  • Andreas Öberg
  • Simon Petrén
  • Maja Keuc
  • Hwang Chan-hee
  • Hong So-jin
Simon Petrén3:10



Year-end lists
Critic/Publication List Rank Ref.
Reddit K-Pop Album of the Year 2019 1 [22]
Best Album Cover Art 2019
Idology Korea 2019: Album Of The Year 1 [23]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Various December 23, 2019 SM Entertainment


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