The Grace discography

This is the discography of Korean girl group The Grace, known as Tenjochiki in Japan.

Korean studio albums

Year Album Information
2007 Hanbeon Deo, OK?
  • Released: May 4, 2007 (South Korea)
  • 15,000 copies sold

Japanese studio albums

Year Album Information Oricon Weekly
Peak Position
[1]
Copies sold
2007 Graceful 4
  • Released: November 14, 2007
103 2,000+[2]
2009 Dear...
  • Released: January 7, 2009
37 5,000+[3]

Singles

Korean singles

Year Title Album
2005 "Too Good" Hanbeon Deo, OK?
2006 "The Club"
"열정 (My Everything) "

Korean digital singles (The Grace - Dana & Sunday singles)

Year Title Gaon Weekly
Peak Position
Gaon Monthly
Peak Position
2011 "Na Jom Bwajwo (One More Chance)" 20 45
"지금 그대" 68 -
"처음엔 아메리카노" - -

Japanese singles

Year Title Oricon Weekly
Peak Position
[1]
Album
2006 "Boomerang" 110 Graceful 4
"The Club" 131
"Sweet Flower" 151
"Juicy Love" 162
2007 "Piranha" 50
2008 "Stand Up People" 49 Dear...
"Here" 18

Collaborations

  • 04 Summer Vacation (Released: June 30, 2004)
    • Track 07: 바램 (Fight to the End)
  • 2006 Summer SMTown (Released: June 21, 2006)
    • Track 6: Catch the Shooting Star
  • 2006 Winter SMTown (Released: December 13, 2006)
    • Track 4: Dreams Come True
  • 2007 Summer SMTown (Released: July 5, 2007)
    • Track 7: Festival
  • 2007 Winter SMTown (Released: December 7, 2007)
    • Track 5: We Wish You a Merry Christmas & Feliz Navidad
  • "소중한 열매" feat. Sungmin (Super Junior), Lina, and Dana
  • "Everlasting Star" feat. Stephanie from 天上智喜 (DJ Makai) (Released: September 24, 2008)
  • 2011 Winter SMTown – The Warmest Gift (Released: December 13, 2011)
    • Track 10: Amazing feat. Dana & Sunday

Sound tracks

  • Backdancers! Original Soundtrack (Released: August 23, 2006) (Japan)
    • Track 4: Get on the Floor (Tenjochiki & Dogma)
  • Billy Jean Look at Me Original Soundtrack (Released: January 24, 2007) (Korea)
    • Track 1: Angels (Rock Ver.) (Sunday)
    • Track 4: Out of Sight, Out of Mind (Dana)
  • Lovers Ah Original Soundtrack (Released: April 16, 2007) (Korea)
    • Track 1: 사랑하고 있어 (Sunday)
    • Track 4: 4월의 첫날 - April Fool's Day
  • Air City Original Soundtrack (Released: May 23, 2007) (Korea)
    • Track 6: 하루만 - Just for One Day (feat. Super Junior)
  • Air City Original Soundtrack (Released: January 1, 2008 (Japan)
    • Track 6: 하루만 - Just for One Day (feat. Super Junior)
    • Track 17: Just for One Day (feat. Jejung from TVXQ)
  • Tribute to: Subaru Street Dance (Released: March 18, 2009) (Japan)
    • Track 6: Coming to You
    • Track 11: 少しでいいから

DVDs

  • Rhythm Nation 2006: The biggest indoor music festival (Released: July 11, 2007) (Japan)
    • Track 7: Boomerang
  • A-Nation'07: Best Hit Live (Released: November 7, 2007) (Japan)
    • Track 4: Piranha
  • Rhythm Nation 2007: The biggest indoor music festival (Released: April 2, 2008) (Japan)
    • Track 15: One More Time, OK?
  • A-Nation'08: Avex All Cast Special Live (Released: November 26, 2008) (Japan)
    • Track 29: Stand Up People

Music videos

Korean

  1. Too Good
  2. Boomerang
  3. The Club (feat.)
  4. 열정 (My Everything)
  5. 한번 더, OK? - One More Time, OK?
  6. Dancer in the Rain
  • As Dana & Sunday
  1. 나 좀 봐줘 (One More Chance)
  2. 처음엔 아메리카노

Japanese

  1. Boomerang
  2. The Club (feat.Seamo)
  3. Sweet Flower
  4. juicy Love (feat.Corn Head)
  5. Piranha
  6. One More Time, Ok?
  7. Stand Up People
  8. Here
  9. Near ~thoughtful・1220~
  10. 少しでいいから

Chinese

  1. Too Good

References

External links

Official sites
  • (Korean) http://www.tszx.co.kr
  • (Japanese) http://rhythmzone.net/tenjo/
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