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Ateez at their The World EP.1: Movement showcase, July 2022 (from left: Yunho, Seonghwa, San, Yeosang, Hongjoong, Wooyoung, Jongho, and Mingi)
Ateez at their The World EP.1: Movement showcase, July 2022 (from left: Yunho, Seonghwa, San, Yeosang, Hongjoong, Wooyoung, Jongho, and Mingi)
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2018–present
Labels
Members
  • Kim Hong-joong
  • Park Seong-hwa
  • Jeong Yun-ho
  • Kang Yeo-sang
  • Choi San
  • Song Min-gi
  • Jung Woo-young
  • Choi Jong-ho
WebsiteOfficial website

Ateez (Korean에이티즈; RREitijeu, stylized as ATEEZ) is a South Korean boy band formed by KQ Entertainment. The group consists of eight members: Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung and Jongho. They debuted on October 24, 2018, with the extended play (EP) Treasure EP.1: All to Zero.[4]

Ateez were named Worldwide Fans' Choice at the 2019 and 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and won the Bonsang (main award) at the 4th The Fact Music Awards, the 30th and 31st Seoul Music Awards.

As of August 2022, Ateez have released nine EPs and one studio album in the Korean language, as well as two EP and two studio albums in the Japanese language. Their records Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action, Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer, Zero: Fever Part.1, Zero: Fever Part.2, Zero: Fever Epilogue and The World EP.1: Movement each topped the South Korean Gaon Album Chart, with Zero: Fever Part. 1 becoming the group's first to be certified platinum in the country.[5] Ateez have sold over four million physical albums worldwide. Often referred to as "Global Performance Idols" by Korean media and dubbed "4th Generation Leaders" by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, the group has also served as official global ambassadors for Korean culture and tourism.[6][7]

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Extended play

An extended play record, usually referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single but fewer than an album or LP record. Contemporary EPs generally contain four or five tracks, and are considered "less expensive and time-consuming" for an artist to produce than an album. An EP originally referred to specific types of records other than 78 rpm standard play (SP) and LP, but it is now applied to mid-length CDs and downloads as well.

Treasure EP.1: All to Zero

Treasure EP.1: All to Zero

Treasure EP.1: All to Zero is the debut EP by South Korean boy band Ateez. It was released on October 24, 2018, with "Pirate King" and "Treasure" serving as the album's singles. It reached number seven on the Gaon Album Chart and sold 57,777 copies in South Korea.

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

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2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place live on December 6 at the CJ ENM Contents World in Paju, South Korea with the theme, "New-Topia". The ceremony was held with no on-site audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ceremony was the 22nd in the show's history.

The Fact Music Awards

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Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action

Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action

Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action is the first studio album by South Korean boy band Ateez. It was released through KQ Entertainment on October 8, 2019, alongside the single "Wonderland" and its music video. It also serves as the final part of the Treasure series. The album debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart.

The World EP.1: Movement

The World EP.1: Movement

The World EP.1: Movement is the ninth extended play (EP) by South Korean boy band Ateez. It was released on July 29, 2022, through KQ Entertainment, RCA Records, and Legacy Recordings. It consists of seven tracks, including the single "Guerrilla".

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

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History

2016–2018: Formation, pre-debut activities, and Treasure EP.1

Plans for a new KQ Entertainment boy band began after a staff member discovered a letter and sample mixtape from Kim Hongjoong, who would eventually become Ateez's leader, expressing interest in becoming a trainee at the company due to his admiration of Block B, a group also managed by KQ Entertainment.[8] Hongjoong became the company's first official trainee and would remain the only one until Yunho joined six months later.[9][10] Over the next year, members Mingi, San, Seonghwa, Yeosang, Jongho, and Wooyoung joined KQ Entertainment as trainees. Many had previous training experience at other companies: Mingi at Maroo Entertainment, Jongho at TOP Media, and Yeosang and Wooyoung who trained at Big Hit Entertainment together.[11]

In late 2017, Hongjoong, Mingi, Wooyoung, and Jongho competed on the survival reality show Mix Nine, placing 42nd, 63rd, 72nd, and 43rd respectively out of all male contestants.[12][13][14] Prior to debuting, trainees under KQ Entertainment were known as "KQ Fellaz".[15] On May 18, 2018, KQ Entertainment released the YouTube video "KQ Fellaz Performance Video I", which featured all eight Ateez members together for the first time, dancing to the song "Pick It Up" by rapper Famous Dex. Shortly after, the group premiered their pre-debut web series, KQ Fellaz American Training, showcasing the eight members traveling to Los Angeles, California, to train in dance at The Millennium Dance Complex.[16] During this period, a ninth trainee, Lee Junyoung, was promoted as a member of KQ Fellaz but ultimately not added to the final lineup.[15] For the finale of the web series, KQ Fellaz released the music video of "From", a song composed and produced by Hongjoong.[17][18]

KQ Entertainment announced a debut reality show with a set of three teasers. The second teaser, released on July 3, 2018, revealed the official name for the group: Ateez. The show, Code Name Is Ateez, premiered on Mnet on July 20.[19]

On October 24, 2018, Ateez released their debut EP, Treasure EP.1: All to Zero, alongside music videos for the two lead singles "Pirate King" (Korean: 해적왕; RR: Haejeogwang) and "Treasure". Their debut showcase was held on the same day.[20][21] The album peaked at number seven on the weekly Gaon Albums Chart, selling 23,644 copies in 2018.[22]

2019: Breakthrough, first tour, and first studio album

On January 3, 2019, Ateez announced their first comeback EP, Treasure EP.2: Zero to One, with a teaser photo on their social media accounts.[23] The EP was released on January 15, alongside a music video for the lead single "Say My Name".[18] A music video for the track "Hala Hala (Hearts Awakened, Live Alive)" from the EP was released on February 7.[24]

On January 24, Ateez announced their first tour, The Expedition Tour, with March dates in five American cities: New York City, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.[25][26] The tour was then extended through April with the addition of European shows in London, Lisbon, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan, Budapest, Stockholm, Warsaw, and Moscow.[27] All American and European shows reportedly sold out.[28][29] On May 17, Ateez performed at their first joint K-pop concert, KCON 2019 Japan, in Chiba, Japan.[30] In early June, The Expedition Tour was extended again, this time visiting Australian cities Melbourne and Sydney in August.[31]

Ateez released their third EP, Treasure EP.3: One to All, on June 10.[32] The lead single, "Wave", was selected via fan vote, winning in the competition over "Illusion".[33] Music videos for both songs were released on the same day. On June 20, Ateez won their first music program award on M Countdown for "Wave", winning a second time on The Show five days later.[34][35] On July 8, music video for the track "Aurora" was released. Ateez performed at KCON events in New York City and Los Angeles in July and August respectively, and received the Soribada Award for Best Performance on August 20.[36][37][38]

On September 18, Ateez announced their third comeback with Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action, their first studio album.[39] It was released on October 8 with a music video for lead single "Wonderland".[40][41] The album sold 165,479 physical copies in South Korea in 2019 and became the first Ateez album to reach number one on the weekly Gaon Albums Chart.[42][43] On November 3, Ateez won the Best Korean Act award at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards.[44]

On November 10, they released their first Japanese-language music video for the song "Utopia", originally a track on Treasure EP.3.[45] On December 4, their debut Japanese album Treasure EP. Extra: Shift the Map was released, and they won the Worldwide Fans' Choice Award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Nagoya, Japan on the same day.[46][47]

2020: Conclusion of Treasure series and start of Fever era

On January 6, 2020, Ateez released their fourth EP, Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer, as the conclusion to their Treasure series, alongside a music video for lead single "Answer".[48][49] The EP sold 179,796 physical copies in South Korea in 2020.[50] On February 12, Ateez released their first Japanese EP Treasure EP.Map to Answer, with the Japanese version of "Answer" as the lead single.[51]

The group's second world tour, The Fellowship: Map the Treasure, was scheduled to begin in Seoul in February before reaching seven European cities in March and two Japanese cities and five American cities in April. The Seoul tour dates were held as planned on February 8 and 9.[52] However, due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, the remaining tour dates were indefinitely postponed.[53][54][55] Several tour dates had already been sold out; the shows in Amsterdam, Madrid, and Moscow were reportedly since January. All dates in United States were also sold out, including some arenas with capacities of over 18,000 people.[56]

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ateez hosted a free, virtual concert called "Crescent Party" on the V Live app, with over 1.4 million viewers tuning into the live event on May 30.[57] On June 26, they performed both the opening and closing stages at KCON:TACT 2020 and held their first virtual meet-and-greet with fans.[58]

On July 4, Ateez released a promotional schedule for their fifth EP, Zero: Fever Part.1, their first release following the conclusion of the Treasure series.[59] The lead single, "Inception", was voted by fans over the track "Thanxx".[60] The EP was released on July 29, and Ateez received their third and fourth music program awards for "Inception" on August 4 and 5, on The Show and Show Champion.[61][62] Music video of the other single, "Thanxx", was released on August 24. Zero: Fever Part. 1 sold 379,052 physical copies in South Korea in 2020, which was Ateez's first album to be certified platinum by the Korea Music Content Association, as well as making Ateez the second fourth-generation boy group to generate one million total sales as rookies.[5]

On August 29, Ateez appeared on the South Korean television program Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend.[63] They performed a cover of Turbo's "The Black Cat Nero" and won the episode, making them the first fourth-generation group and the sixth idol group overall to win on the program.[64] On October 31, Ateez released a special Halloween music video version of "The Black Cat Nero", featuring the original artist Kim Jong-kook.[65]

On November 15, it was announced that member Mingi would temporarily suspend promotional activities with the group in order to receive treatment for and recover from symptoms of psychological anxiety.[66]

At the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards, Ateez won the Worldwide Fans' Choice and Discovery of the Year awards.[67] During their performance at the show, it was announced that they would be joining The Boyz and Stray Kids on the inaugural season of Kingdom: Legendary War, an Mnet competition show which aired in April 2021.[68]

On December 19, Ateez were the only idol group invited to the Immortal Songs year-end finale "King of Kings", where they performed their version of Seo Taiji and Boys' "Anyhow Song".[69] According to an official Twitter survey, Ateez were the fifth most tweeted-about musician in the United States in 2020, after BTS, Kanye West, Beyoncé, and Drake, and the 10th most tweeted-about K-pop group in the world.[70]

2021: Fever series, Kingdom and domestic promotions

On January 31, Ateez received their first Bongsang (main award) since debut on the 30th Seoul Music Awards.[71] They returned to Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend for a third time and won the episode on February 6 by performing a rendition of Rain's "It's Raining", making them the only K-pop boy group with multiple wins on the program.[72]

On March 1, their sixth EP, Zero: Fever Part.2, was released with a music video for promoted single "Fireworks (I'm the One)" (Korean: 불놀이야; RR: Bulnoriya).[73][74] Ateez received their fifth music show win on The Show on March 9 for the song.[75] Zero: Fever Part.2 was certified double platinum on July 8, having sold over 500,000 copies.[76][77] On March 24, Ateez released their first original Japanese studio album Into the A to Z with "Still Here" as the lead single.[78]

In addition to their music releases, the group and individual members participated in various Korean television programs.[79] In March, Yeosang became a co-host of SBS MTV's music program The Show.[80] Meanwhile, Yunho, Jongho, Seonghwa, and San were cast in the KBS2 television drama Imitation, which aired from May to July.[81] The competition show Kingdom: Legendary War that Ateez participated in alongside five other K-pop boy groups first aired on April 1.[82] For the final round, they released the song "멋 (The Real)" on May 28, which Mingi participated in recording but not performing.[83][84] The group finished in third place overall.[85] On May 22, Ateez returned to Immortal Songs for a fourth time, winning with their performance of Psy's "Right Now" and consequently tying with Mamamoo for most wins by a idol group on the show.[86]

On July 9, KQ Entertainment confirmed that San tested positive but was asymptomatic for COVID-19. All members except Mingi suspended their activities to enter self-isolation until July 23, and San stayed at a treatment center until he was released on July 19.[87][88] On July 19, it was announced that Mingi would be returning to group activities.[89]

On July 28, Ateez released their first Japanese single "Dreamers", which served as the fifth ending theme for the 2020 reboot anime series Digimon Adventure.[90] On August 4, Ateez announced an album collaboration with Kim Jong-kook titled Season Songs, with lead single "Be My Lover" (Korean: 바다 보러 갈래?; RR: Bada Boreo Gallae?), which was released on August 16.[91][92] On August 19, it was announced that Ateez collaborated with American a cappella group Pentatonix on the single "A Little Space", set for digital release the following day.[93]

On September 13, Ateez released their seventh EP, Zero: Fever Part.3. The lead single "Deja Vu" was voted on by fans over the track "Eternal Sunshine".[94] Pre-orders for the EP surpassed 800,000 copies, more than double that of their last release.[95] It debuted at number one on the Billboard World Albums Chart, and the group reached a new peak on the Billboard World Digital Songs Chart with "Deja Vu" charting at number four. The EP debuted at number 42 on the Billboard 200, their first appearance on the chart. Ateez also topped the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart.[96] Domestically, they received their sixth music show win on MBC M's Show Champion for "Deja Vu" on September 22.[97] The EP received double platinum certification on November 11, having surpassed the 500,000 copies sales mark.[98][77]

On October 2, Ateez won the Artist of the Year award on The Fact Music Awards.[99] On October 31, They performed at the SBS Super Concert in Daegu, where Yunho was appointed as one of the hosts.[100] On November 14, it was announced on their virtual concert "Fever: eXendtion edition" that the group's third world tour, The Fellowship: Beginning of the End, would be held in 2022. The world tour was scheduled to begin with three dates in Seoul in early January and proceed to five cities in the US in the latter part of the month before concluding on March 1 after shows in six European cities.[101]

On December 10, Ateez released their eighth EP, Zero: Fever Epilogue, featuring the lead singles "Turbulence" (Korean: 야간비행; RR: Yaganbihaeng) and "The Real (Heung version)" (Korean: 멋 (흥 ver.); RR: Meot (Heung ver.)).[102] The album included tracks previously introduced as performances on Kingdom, and was certified platinum.[77] On December 25, Ateez made a return to Immortal Songs year-end finale "King of Kings" with a mashup of Block B's "Nillili Mambo", Big Bang's "Fantastic Baby", and their own song "The Real (Heung version)".[103]

2022–present: Two world tours, Beyond: Zero, The World EP.1: Movement and The World EP.Paradigm

Ateez held their first offline concerts in two years in Seoul from January 7 to 9. 'The Fellowship: Beginning of the End' world tour continued with six sold-out shows in Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, Dallas and Los Angeles in the United States in January.[104] On January 18, it was announced that Yeosang would continue his role as co-host of The Show for a second year.[105] On January 23, Ateez won the main award on the 31st Seoul Music Awards.[106]

On January 31, they released the promotional single "Don't Stop" through Universe Music for the platform Universe.[107] On February 3, it was announced that Ateez would appear on 'Global Spin Live' at the Grammy Museum on February 8.[108] They performed and participated in an interview, as well as an audience question-and-answer segment on the live event.

The European leg of the "Beginning of The End" world tour was rescheduled to late April and May, in which eight shows in Madrid, London, Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam were held, while the Warsaw show was canceled. Three additional shows in Yokohama, Japan in mid July were also announced.[109]

On May 25, Ateez released their second Japanese EP, Beyond: Zero, with lead single "Rocky (Boxers Ver.)".[110] The EP charted at number two on the Oricon weekly album chart, Line Music weekly album chart and Billboard Japan Top Album Sales chart.[111]

On June 30, they performed at the Jeddah K-pop Festival in Saudi Arabia.[112] On July 3, they closed the second day of UNI-KON 2022 in Seoul.[113]

On July 29, Ateez released their ninth Korean EP The World EP.1: Movement, featuring the lead single "Guerrilla".[114] Pre-orders exceeded 1.1 million copies, making it their first million seller EP.[115] Album sales on the first week was over 930,000 physical copies, and the EP topped South Korea's Circle Album Chart for two consecutive weeks.[116] The album charted at number three on Billboard 200 in the United States, which was Ateez's first top 10 on the main chart. The group wrapped up their album promotion with a total of six music program awards for "Guerrilla", grabbing first places on The Show, Show Champion and Music Bank.[117]

On August 22, Ateez performed at KCON 2022 LA, and were appointed to interpret and perform the LA version of KCON 2022's signature song "Poppia".[118] On September 8, it was reported that Hongjoong and Yunho have been chosen as DJs for MBC Radio's Idol Radio Season 3, and the show incorporates Ateez's color by adopting a "space pirate" concept.[119] On September 9, Ateez released an original soundtrack for the web drama Mimicus named "Let's Get Together".[120] Jongho then released his first solo OST "A Fairy Tale of Youth" for TVING's variety show Young Actor's Retreat on September 16.[121]

Ateez performed in several joint concerts across Asia during September and October, including Kpop Land 2022 in Jakarta, K-pop Masterz Ep.2 in Manila and Bangkok, KCON 2022 Saudi Arabia in Riyadh, Powerful Daegu K-pop Concert Restart, and KCON 2022 Japan in Tokyo.[122][123][124][125][126][127] On October 8, Ateez received the Artist of The Year Bonsang, as well as the Best Performer award at The Fact Music Awards.[128]

Ateez started off their second world tour of the year "The Fellowship: Break The Wall" with two sold-out concerts in Seoul on October 29 and 30.[129][130] They then carried on with the North America leg of the tour, comprising eleven shows in Oakland, Anaheim, Phoenix, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Newark and Toronto.[131][132] KQ Fellaz 2, a pre-debut group from the same label as ATEEZ, were the opening act of all the American shows, presenting to the audience their two pre-debut songs. On November 26, Jongho released the OST "Gravity" for the JTBC drama Reborn Rich.[133]

On November 30, Ateez released third Japanese EP, The World EP.Paradigm, featuring the lead single "Paradigm".[134]

On December 1, the Europe leg of the "Break The Wall" world tour was announced for February 2023. Ateez are set perform in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, Copenhagen and Paris.[135]

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Endorsements

On May 8, 2020, the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism named Ateez as their 2020 promotional ambassador to help the promote Korean culture and tourism abroad.[136] They participated in the "Overcome Together" relay challenge to encourage safer habits for avoiding COVID-19 and served as ambassador of the Talk Talk Korea Contest in 2020.[137][138][139]

On January 28, 2021, Ateez filmed a commercial for the 'LG webOS TV'.[140] On April 14, San was appointed as Public Relations Ambassador of Namhae, his hometown in South Gyeongsang Province, South Korea. On July 1, it was announced that members Hongjoong and Yunho would participate in the 2021 Pepsi Taste of Korea Campaign.[141] They collaborated with K-pop artists Rain, Brave Girls and Monsta X on the song "Summer Taste", which was released on July 14.[142]

On February 3, 2022, Ateez collaborated with online fashion store Poshmark.[143] On July 14, Ateez was announced as global ambassadors for Korean cosmetics brand Mernel.[144]

Philanthropy

On August 31, 2020, it was announced that Ateez members Mingi and Yeosang would participate in Star Bookstore, a relay donation campaign where celebrities read children's books for children in disadvantaged situations.[145] The audiobooks that each member recorded surpassed 10,000 views within one day of release, leading to a donation of ₩2 million from Happy Bean on behalf of the two members towards various welfare organisations in Korea.[146]

On September 14, 2020, Ateez were announced as ambassadors for Polished Man, an initiative raising funds for trauma prevention and trauma recovery programs for young survivors of violence.[147] Member Hongjoong had raised awareness for the campaign's cause since Ateez's debut by painting one of his nails,[148] leading the group's fans to set up fundraising pages on Polished Man's website to raise hundreds of dollars in 2019 and early 2020, before Ateez officially partnered with the campaign.[149] As of July 2021, funds raised through the partnership with Polished Man have exceeded $30,000.[150]

On May 15, 2021, Ateez appeared on Identity 2021, a live stream fundraiser hosted by Amazon Music in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.[151] The campaign raised over $20,000 towards Pacific Bridge Arts Musical Scholarships and the Gold House AAPI Community Fund.[152]

In November of 2022, in the wake of the Seoul Halloween crowd crush, Ateez donated ₩100 million to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association using the profits from their concert to support those affected by the accident.[153]

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LG Corporation (Korean: 엘지), formerly Lucky-Goldstar from 1983 to 1995, is a South Korean multinational conglomerate founded by Koo In-hwoi and managed by successive generations of his family. It is the fourth-largest chaebol in South Korea. Its headquarters are in the LG Twin Towers building in Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo District, Seoul. LG makes electronics, chemicals, and telecommunications products and operates subsidiaries such as LG Electronics, Zenith, LG Display, LG Uplus, LG Innotek, LG Chem, and LG Energy Solution in over 80 countries.

Rain (entertainer)

Rain (entertainer)

Jung Ji-hoon, better known by his stage name Rain, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, and record producer. Rain's musical career includes seven albums, 28 singles and numerous concert tours around the world. He achieved breakthrough success with his third Korean album, It's Raining (2004), which spawned the number one single of the same name. The album sold a million copies in Asia, and established Rain as an international star.

Brave Girls

Brave Girls

Brave Girls is a South Korean girl group formed by producer Brave Brothers in 2011 and managed by Brave Entertainment. After making their debut with the single album The Difference on April 7, 2011, the group has since released six extended plays, including Back to da Future (2011), Re-Issue (2012), High Heels (2016), Rollin' (2017), Summer Queen (2021), and Thank You (2022). Initially a five-member group, Brave Girls has undergone multiple lineup changes and currently consists of Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, and Yuna, with no original members remaining. In 2021, the group gained a huge spike in popularity after their song "Rollin'" unexpectedly went viral.

Monsta X

Monsta X

Monsta X is a South Korean boy group formed through the reality survival program No.Mercy under Starship Entertainment. The group is currently composed of six members: Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney and I.M, with former member Wonho having left the group in October 2019.

Poshmark

Poshmark

Poshmark is a social commerce marketplace where users can buy and sell new and secondhand fashion, home goods, and electronics. The platform has over 80 million users, with over 200M available listings. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California, with offices in Canada (Vancouver), Australia (Melborne), and India (Chennai).

Seoul Halloween crowd crush

Seoul Halloween crowd crush

On the night of 29 October 2022, a crowd crush occurred during Halloween festivities in the Itaewon neighbourhood of Seoul, South Korea. At least 158 people were killed and 196 others were injured. The victims were mostly young adults.

Members

  • Kim Hong-joong (김홍중) – leader, rapper, composer[154]
  • Park Seong-hwa (박성화) – vocalist[155]
  • Jeong Yun-ho (정윤호) – performance, vocalist[156]
  • Kang Yeo-sang (강여상) – vocalist, performance[157]
  • Choi San (최산) – vocalist[158]
  • Song Min-gi (송민기) – rapper, performance[159]
  • Jung Woo-young (정우영) – performance, vocalist[160]
  • Choi Jong-ho (최종호) – vocalist[161]

Discography

Filmography

Television

Year Title Network Episodes Notes Ref.
2018 Code Name Is Ateez (작전명 ATEEZ) Mnet 8 episodes Pre-debut reality show [19]
2019 Ateez: Treasure Map Mnet 1 episode Part 1: Long Journey, Part 2: Showcase [162]
Ateez Treasure Film Mnet 3 episodes Reality show filmed in Australia and the US [163]
2020 Kang-on Box (韓ON! BOX!!) M-On! 13 episodes [164]
2021 Salary Lupin ATEEZ Mnet 7 episodes [165]
Kingdom: Legendary War Mnet 10 episodes [82]

Online shows

Year Title Episodes Notes Ref.
2018 KQ Fellaz 미국 연수기 19 episodes Pre-debut training in LA [166]
2019 Ateez Wanted 8 episodes [167]
Ateez Long Journey 4 episodes [162]
Ateez Anewz 14 episodes
2020 Ateez 82 Challenge 8 episodes [168]
Ateez Fever Road 8 episodes [169]
Kids Teaching Idol 4 episodes [170]
2021 GGULlog.zam Ateez: Holiday 7 episodes
Pirate Reboot: The Five Treasures 10 episodes [171]
The Man of Ateez 5 episodes Collaboration special with Kim Jong-kook [172]
Ssap-Dance 6 episodes
Parasite Challenge Double Up 8 episodes [173]
Do Not Disturb 8 episodes
2022 Ateez Wanted Special 10 episodes Showcase with Korea Tourism Organization [174]
Update My Profile 2 episodes
Stressor Thing 8 episodes
The Vikings 8 episodes Continuation of Pirate Reboot: The Five Treasures [175]
The Curse of the Money Hole 8 episodes [176]
Real Now - Ateez 7 episodes [177]
Wanteez 8 episodes [178]

Radio shows

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2019 School Road (스쿨로드) Naver Now [179]
2022 - Idol Radio (아이돌라디오) Season 3 MBC Hongjoong and Yunho as the hosts [180]

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Mnet (TV channel)

Mnet (TV channel)

Mnet is a South Korean pay television music channel owned by CJ E&M, a division of CJ ENM, part of CJ Group.

Music On! TV

Music On! TV

Music On! TV , also known as M-On! , is a Japanese music cable television network operated by M-On Entertainment, Inc. , a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment Japan, Inc. (SMEJ).

Kingdom: Legendary War

Kingdom: Legendary War

Kingdom: Legendary War is a television program that aired on Mnet beginning on April 1, 2021, and ending on June 3, 2021. It is known as the male counterpart of Queendom, and the sequel of Road to Kingdom. During the finale on June 3, 2021, Stray Kids won the program, finishing in 1st place.

Kim Jong-kook

Kim Jong-kook

Kim Jong-kook is a South Korean singer, entertainer, and actor. Kim debuted as a member of South Korean duo Turbo in 1995. The duo was considered to be one of the most popular idols in that time and sold out millions of albums in South Korea and Asia. Following the disbanding of the duo in 2000, Kim released his debut solo album, Renaissance, in December 2001.

Korea Tourism Organization

Korea Tourism Organization

The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) is an organization of the Republic of Korea under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. It is commissioned to promote the country's tourism industry.

Idol Radio

Idol Radio

Idol Radio (Korean: 아이돌라디오) is a South Korean radio show created by MBC Radio specially for idols. It is listenable through MBC Standard FM and watchable through formerly Naver V Live and currently Universe. The episodes are also available on the radio show's YouTube channel.

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation is one of the leading South Korean television and radio broadcasters. Munhwa is the Sino-Korean word for "culture". Its flagship terrestrial television station MBC TV broadcasts as channel 11.

Tours and concerts

  • The Expedition Tour (2019)
  • The Fellowship: Beginning of the End Tour (2022)
  • The Fellowship: Break The Wall Tour (2022)

Awards and nominations

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee(s)/Work(s) Result Ref.
APAN Music Awards 2020 Best Male Group (Global) Ateez Nominated [181]
APAN Top 10 (Bonsang) Nominated
Asia Artist Awards 2020 Popularity Award – Male Singer Nominated [182]
2021 AAA RET Popularity Award – Male Group Nominated [183]
U+Idol Live Popularity Award – Male Group Nominated [184]
Asia Model Awards 2020 Popular Star Award – Male (Singer) Won [185]
Blue Dragon Series Awards 2022 Best Male Entertainer Longlisted [186]
Best New Male Entertainer Longlisted
Forbes Korea Awards 2022 The Best Fandom Won [187]
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2021 Album of the Year – 1st Quarter Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer Nominated [188]
Album of the Year – 3rd Quarter Zero: Fever Part.1 Nominated
Mubeat Global Choice Award – Male Ateez Nominated [189]
World Rookie of the Year Won [190]
2022 Mubeat Global Choice Award – Male Nominated [191]
Genie Music Awards 2019 The Male New Artist Nominated [192]
Golden Disc Awards 2020 Disc Bonsang Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action Nominated [193]
Most Popular Artist Ateez Nominated [194]
Next Generation Award Won [195]
Rookie of the Year Nominated [193]
2021 Disc Bonsang Zero: Fever Part.1 Nominated [196]
Curaprox Popularity Award Ateez Nominated [197]
QQ Music Popularity Award Nominated [198]
2022 Album Bonsang Zero: Fever Part.3 Nominated [199]
Most Popular Artist Award Ateez Nominated [200]
Hanteo Music Awards 2021 Artist Award – Male Group Nominated [201]
Initial Chodong Record Award Won
MAMA Awards 2019 Artist of the Year Nominated [202]
Best New Male Artist Nominated [203]
Worldwide Icon of the Year Nominated [47]
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 Won
2020 Worldwide Icon of the Year Nominated [67]
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 Won
Discovery of the Year Won
Best Dance Performance – Male Group "Inception" Nominated [204]
Song of the Year Nominated
2021 Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 Ateez Nominated
2022 Nominated [205]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2019 Best Korean Act Won [206]
Mubeat Awards 2019 Best Song "Wonderland" Won [207]
Best Ending Fairy Nominated
Best Male Rookie Artist Ateez Nominated
Best Performance Group Nominated
2020 Artist of the Year Nominated [208]
Song of the Year "Inception" Nominated
Best Performance Group Nominated
2021 Artist of the Year Ateez Nominated [209]
Song of the Year "Deja Vu" Nominated
MV of the Year Nominated
Best Performance Nominated
Seoul Music Awards 2020 K-Wave Award Ateez Nominated [210]
Popularity Award Nominated
Rookie of the Year Nominated [211]
2021 Main Award (Bonsang) Won [212]
K-Wave Popularity Award Nominated [213]
Popularity Award Nominated
WhosFandom Award Nominated [214]
2022 Main Award (Bonsang) Won [215]
K-wave Popularity Award Nominated [216]
Popularity Award Nominated
U+Idol Live Best Artist Award Nominated [217]
Soribada Best K-Music Awards 2019 Performance Award Won [218]
Popularity Award – Male Nominated [219]
2020 Popularity Award – Male Nominated [220]
Global Artist Award Nominated [221]
The Fact Music Awards 2020 Global Hottest Artist Won [222]
Popularity Award Nominated [223]
Fan N Star Choice Award - Singer Nominated [224]
2021 Artist of the Year (Bonsang) Won [225]
Popularity Award Nominated [226]
Fan N Star Choice Award - Singer Nominated [227]
2022 Artist of the Year (Bonsang) Won [228]
Best Performer Won [229]

Listicles

Name of publisher, year listed, name of listicle, and placement
Publisher Year Listicle Placement Ref.
Grammy 2021 5 Rising Korean Artists To Know Now Placed [230]

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APAN Music Awards

APAN Music Awards

The APAN Music Awards is a South Korean music awards ceremony organized by the Korea Entertainment Management Association (KEMA), the same body responsible for the APAN Star Awards. It was created to honor the top K-pop artists of the year across various music categories as part of a two-day integrated event collectively referred to as the APAN MusicStar Awards.

Asia Artist Awards

Asia Artist Awards

Asia Artist Awards is an awards ceremony organized by South Korea-based business newspaper Money Today and its global media brands StarNews and MTN. It honors outstanding achievements and international contributions of Asian artists in television, film and music. The inaugural ceremony was held on November 16, 2016, at Kyung Hee University's Hall of Peace in Seoul, and was broadcast live via satellite across Asia.

Blue Dragon Series Awards

Blue Dragon Series Awards

The Blue Dragon Series Awards is an annual awards ceremony that is organised by Sports Chosun for excellence in streaming television and OTT in South Korea.

Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer

Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer

Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer is the fourth extended play (EP) by South Korean boy band Ateez. It was released on January 6, 2020, with "Answer" serving as the lead single. The physical album comes in two versions: A and Z. Musically, it is a hip hop and EDM album.

Zero: Fever Part.1

Zero: Fever Part.1

Zero: Fever Part.1 is the fifth extended play (EP) by South Korean boy group Ateez. It was released on July 29, 2020, with "Inception" and "Thanxx" serving as lead singles. The physical album comes in three versions: Thanxx, Inception, and Diary. The album is composed of seven tracks, and incorporates different genres such as dance-pop, trap, hip hop, D&B, reggae, pop rock, and synth-pop.

Genie Music Awards

Genie Music Awards

The Genie Music Awards (Korean: 지니뮤직어워드) is a music awards show that is held annually in South Korea and organized by Genie Music together with their partner network. The award winners are selected based on chart data from the Genie Music platform, evaluation from judges, and online voting in South Korea.

Golden Disc Awards

Golden Disc Awards

The Golden Disc Awards is an annual South Korean major music awards ceremony that honors achievements in the local music industry. The awards ceremony was founded with the purpose to promote popular culture creativity, discover new artists, and contribute to the growth of the music industry. The first ceremony was held in 1986.

Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action

Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action

Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action is the first studio album by South Korean boy band Ateez. It was released through KQ Entertainment on October 8, 2019, alongside the single "Wonderland" and its music video. It also serves as the final part of the Treasure series. The album debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart.

Hanteo Music Awards

Hanteo Music Awards

The Hanteo Music Awards is a music awards show which is held annually presented by Hanteo Global Inc.. The winners were selected based on various indices, such as Physical Album, Digital Music, Social, Media, Global Authentication, Portal, and Fandom that made a big impact on the music industry in the course of the year.

MAMA Awards

MAMA Awards

The MAMA Awards is a major music awards ceremony presented annually by entertainment company CJ E&M. First held in South Korea, the majority of prizes has been won by K-pop artists, although there are other Asian artists winning in various award categories, such as for Best Asian Artist and other professional-related awards.

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place on December 5 at Nagoya Dome, Japan. It was the 21st ceremony and the one of the largest in the show's history, with more than 40,000 people attending.

2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards

The 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony, organized by CJ E&M through its music channel Mnet, took place live on December 6 at the CJ ENM Contents World in Paju, South Korea with the theme, "New-Topia". The ceremony was held with no on-site audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ceremony was the 22nd in the show's history.

Source: "Ateez", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, December 3rd), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ateez.

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