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Ateez
Ateez (Korean: 에이티즈, pronounced "Ei-Teez"), is an 8-member boy group from South Korea under the company KQ Entertainment. The group is composed of eight

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South Korean pop music group AteezAteez at its Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action showcase, October 2019 (from left: Yunho, Seonghwa, San, Yeosang, Hongjoong, Wooyoung, Jongho, and Mingi)Background informationOriginSeoul, South KoreaGenresK-pop, J-popYears active2018–presentLabels
  • KQ
  • Legacy
  • RCA [1][2]
  • Nippon Columbia [3]
Website
  • ateez.kqent.com
  • ateez-official.jp
Members
  • Hongjoong
  • Seonghwa
  • Yunho
  • Yeosang
  • San
  • Mingi
  • Wooyoung
  • Jongho

Ateez (Korean: 에이티즈, pronounced "Ei-Teez"), is an 8-member boy group from South Korea under the company KQ Entertainment. The group is composed of eight members: Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung and Jongho. They debuted on October 24, 2018 with Treasure EP.1: All to Zero.[4][5] On November 2, 2018, the group performed their song "Pirate King" on KBS2's Music Bank.[6][7]

Contents
  • 1 History
    • 1.1 2018: Pre-debut and Treasure EP.1: All to Zero
    • 1.2 2019: Treasure EP.2, Treasure EP.3, Treasure EP.Fin, The Expedition Tour and Debut in Japan
    • 1.3 2020: Treasure Epilogue
  • 2 Members
  • 3 Discography
    • 3.1 Studio albums
    • 3.2 Extended plays
    • 3.3 Singles
    • 3.4 Other charted songs
  • 4 Videography
    • 4.1 Music videos
  • 5 Filmography
    • 5.1 Reality shows
  • 6 Tours and concerts
    • 6.1 The Expedition Tour (2019)
    • 6.2 The Fellowship: Map The Treasure Tour (2020)
  • 7 Awards and Nominations
    • 7.1 Golden Disc Awards
    • 7.2 High1 Seoul Music Awards
    • 7.3 MGMA M2 X Genie Music Awards
    • 7.4 Mnet Asian Music Awards
    • 7.5 MTV EMA Awards
    • 7.6 Soribada Best K-Music Awards
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links
History 2018: Pre-debut and Treasure EP.1: All to Zero

Prior to their debut, Ateez were called KQ Fellaz[8] after their label, KQ Entertainment. KQ Entertainment released a YouTube series, KQ Fellaz American Training in which they traveled to Los Angeles, California to train. During this show, KQ Entertainment introduced a ninth member to the trainee group, Lee Junyoung.[9] Together, they composed and choreographed a song, produced by the leader Hongjoong, and trained at dance studios Movement Lifestyle[10] and Millennium Dance Complex.[11] Yunho was also featured in one of Millennium's dance videos.[12] The group released their first performance video on May 18. Through this release, KQ Entertainment announced that trainee Lee Junyoung would not join the final debut team. For the finale of the YouTube series, KQ Fellaz released the song, "From", on July 3, 2018.[13]

Following the YouTube Series, KQ Entertainment announced KQ Fellaz's reality show on June 26, 2018, with the first of three teasers. The second teaser was released on July 3, in which they introduced the official name for the group: Ateez. Hence, the reality show was ultimately called Code Name is Ateez. The third teaser was uploaded on July 13, showcasing the show's opening title. The show premiered on the Korean broadcasting media Mnet on July 20.[14]

On October 2, 2018, through their official SNS, Ateez released a teaser photo announcing their debut date. Additionally, it provided of the date and location of their debut showcase: October 24 in Yes24 Livehall.[15] Following this announcement, they sequentially uploaded teaser photos from October 8 to October 23.[16][17] On October 24, 2018, Ateez released their debut EP, Treasure EP.1: All to Zero.[18] Alongside the release of the album were music videos for titles tracks, "Pirate King" and "Treasure". The album reached #7 on the Gaon Albums Chart.[19] The group held their debut showcase in the same day.[20] Their first music show performance was on October 25 on Mnet's M Countdown.[21]

2019: Treasure EP.2, Treasure EP.3, Treasure EP.Fin, The Expedition Tour and Debut in Japan

On January 2, Ateez released an image through their official SNS with Morse code as the caption. They later confirmed their comeback EP, Treasure EP.2: Zero to One, on January 3 with a follow up teaser.[22] On January 15, they released Treasure EP.2: Zero to One alongside the music video for the lead single "Say My Name".[23][24] The performance video of "Hala Hala (Hearts Awakened, Live Alive)" was released on February 7.[25] On January 24, they announced their first ever tour, titled The Expedition Tour, with March tour dates in Brooklyn, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.[26]

On February 20, they announced more tour dates for Europe, with April shows in London, Lisbon, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan, Budapest, Stockholm, Warsaw, and Moscow.[27] All fifteen shows were completely sold out.[citation needed]

On May 9, the music video for "Promise" was released.[28] On May 17, Ateez performed at KCON 2019 Japan in Chiba, Japan.[29]

On June 5, Ateez announced their first tour of Australia, titled The Expedition Tour In Australia, with shows scheduled in Melbourne on August 9 at Margaret Court Arena and Sydney on August 11 at The Big Top Sydney. The band released their third EP, Treasure EP.3: One to All on June 10.[30] The lead single from the EP, "Wave", was selected via a fan vote.[31] On the same day, the music video of "Wave" and "Illusion" were released.[32][33] On June 20, Ateez won their first music program broadcast award on M Countdown.[34] On June 25, they won their second music program broadcast award, 1st Place The Show Choice Winner on The Show.[35]

On July 6, Ateez performed at KCON 2019 NY in New York City, USA.[36] On July 8, the music video for "Aurora" was released.[37] Aurora was written, composed and produced by leader Hongjoong. On August 16, Ateez participated in and performed at KCON Rookies, which was part of KCON LA.

On August 17, Ateez performed at the KCON 2019 concert in Los Angeles. On August 19, Ateez also performed at the KCON LA After Party. On August 20, Ateez received their first music award Best Performance Award at Soribada Awards 2019.

On September 18, Ateez announced their comeback with Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action. A series of photo and video teasers were released for the album.[38] They performed at KCON Thailand on September 29.

On October 4, Ateez performed at Spotify On Stage 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesia.[39] On October 6, they performed at Seoul Music Festival (SMUF).[40] On October 8, Ateez released their first full studio album, Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action.[41] The music video of the title song "Wonderland" was also released on the same day.[42] They performed at Busan One Asia Festival on October 20.[43]

On November 2, Ateez performed at Jindai Festa in Yokohama, Japan.[44]. On November 10, the MV of Ateez's Japanese debut title song "Utopia" was released.[45]

On December 4, Ateez performed at Mnet Asian Music Awards 2019 in Nagoya, Japan, where they received Worldwide Fan Choice top 10 award. On the same day, Ateez released their Japanese debut album Treasure EP.Extra: Shift the Map.

2020: Treasure Epilogue

On January 6, Ateez released their fourth EP, Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer, the final part of the Treasure series.[46] The MV for their title track "Answer" was released on the same day. The Japanese MV version of "Answer" was released on January 29.

Members

List of members names and positions.

  • Kim Hong-joong (김홍중), leader, rap, composition[47]
  • Park Seong-hwa (박성화), vocal[48]
  • Jeong Yun-ho (정윤호), performance, vocal[49]
  • Kang Yeo-sang (강여상), vocal, performance[50]
  • Choi San (최산), vocal[51]
  • Song Min-gi (송민기), rap, performance[52]
  • Jung Woo-young (정우영), performance, vocal[53]
  • Choi Jong-ho (최종호), main vocal[54]
Discography Studio albums List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and sales Title Details Peak chart positions Sales KOR
[55] AUS
Dig.
[56] FRA Dig.
[57] JPN
[58] US
Heat.
[59] US
World
[60] Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action
  • Released: October 8, 2019 (KOR)
  • Label: KQ Entertainment, RCA
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
1 32 53 — 10 7
  • KOR: 174,855[61][62]
  • US: 1,000[63]
Treasure EP.Extra: Shift the Map
  • Released: December 4, 2019 (JPN)[64]
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
— — — 9 — —
  • JPN: 13,113 (Phy.)[65]
Extended plays List of extended plays, with selected chart positions and sales Title Details Peak chart positions Sales KOR
[66] AUS
Dig.
[67] FRA Dig.
[68] JPN
[69] US
Heat.
[70] US
World
[71] Treasure EP.1: All to Zero
  • Released: October 24, 2018 (KOR)
  • Label: KQ Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
7 — — — — 12
  • KOR: 57,577[72]
  • US: 10,000[73]
Treasure EP.2: Zero to One
  • Released: January 15, 2019 (KOR)
  • Label: KQ Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
6 — 94 — 7 5
  • KOR: 69,903[74]
  • US: 1,000[75]
Treasure EP.3: One to All
  • Released: June 10, 2019 (KOR)[76]
  • Label: KQ Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
2 35 45 25 9 8
  • KOR: 149,513[77][78]
  • JPN: 2,896 (Phy.)[79]
  • US: 1,000[75]
Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer
  • Released: January 6, 2020 (KOR)
  • Label: KQ Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
1 — N/A 31 18 5
  • KOR: 128,273[80]
  • JPN: 1,472 (Phy.)[81]
  • US: 1,000[73]
Treasure EP.Map to Answer[82]
  • Release date: February 12, 2020 (JPN)
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Formats: CD, digital download, streaming
— — 3 — —
  • JPN: 18,720 (Phy.)[83]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region. Singles Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album KOR
[84] KOR
Hot.
[85] US
World
[86] "Pirate King" (해적왕) 2018 — — — N/A Treasure EP.1: All to Zero "Treasure" — — — "Say My Name" 2019 — — 8 Treasure EP.2: Zero to One "Illusion" — 70 23 Treasure EP.3: One to All "Wave" — — 17 "Wonderland" — — 6
  • US: 1,000[63]
Treasure EP.Fin: All to Action "Answer" 2020 — — 6
  • US: 1,000[73]
Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer "—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region. Other charted songs Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album KOR
[87] KOR
Hot.
[88] US
World
[89] "Horizon" (지평선) 2020 — — 18 N/A Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer "—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region. Videography Music videos Year Music video Director(s) Choreographer (s) Note Ref. 2018 "From" N/A ATEEZ Pre-debut as KQ Fellaz N/A "Pirate King" (해적왕) Lee Gi-baek
(Tiger Cave) 홍재민 (BB Trippin), Rie Hata, ATEEZ Performance Video [90] "Treasure" 홍재민 (BB Trippin), Anze Skrube Debut Music Video [91] 2019 "Hala Hala (Hearts Awakened, Live Alive)" Jason Kim
(FLIPEVIL) 홍재민 (BB Trippin)[92] Performance Video [93] "Say My Name" 홍재민 (BB Trippin), Anze Skrube, Josh Smith, Johnny Erasme N/A "Promise" N/A Special Music Video by M2 N/A "Illusion" Jason Kim
(FLIPEVIL) 홍재민 (BB Trippin), Anze Skrube and Johnny Blaze[94][95] [96] "Wave" [97] "Aurora" N/A 홍재민 (BB Trippin)[98] N/A "Aurora (NY Edition)"[99] Studio CHOOM Special New York Edition by M2 N/A "Wonderland" Jason Kim
(FLIPEVIL) 홍재민 (BB Trippin)[100], Anze Skrube, Johhny Blaze and Josh Smith [101] "Utopia" Junwoo Lee
(Salt Film) 홍재민 (BB Trippin) Debut Japanese Music Video [102] 2020 "Answer" Jason Kim
(FLIPEVIL) 홍재민 (BB Trippin)[103], Anze Skrube [104] "Answer (Japanese Version)" Jason Kim
(FLIPEVIL) 홍재민 (BB Trippin)[105], Anze Skrube Japanese MV [106] Filmography Reality shows Year Title Episodes Network Note Ref 2018 KQ Fellaz 미국 연수기 19 episodes YouTube pre-debut training in LA [107] Code Name Is Ateez 8 episodes Mnet pre-debut [108] 2019 Ateez Wanted 8 episodes YouTube [109] Ateez Long Journey 4 episodes Mnet [110] Ateez Treasure Film 3 episodes Mnet Ateez ANEWZ 8 episodes YouTube Tours and concerts The Expedition Tour (2019) Date City Country Venue Ref March 15, 2019 Los Angeles United States Globe Theater [111] March 17, 2019 Dallas Granada Theater March 20, 2019 Chicago Park West March 22, 2019 Atlanta Center Stage Theater March 24, 2019 New York Warsaw April 3, 2019 London United Kingdom O2 Forum Kentish Town [112] April 5, 2019 Lisbon Portugal Lisboa ao Vivo April 7, 2019 Paris France Le Bataclan April 9, 2019 Berlin Germany Astra Kulturhaus April 12, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Q Factory April 14, 2019 Milan Italy Magazzini Generali April 16, 2019 Budapest Hungary Durer Kert April 18, 2019 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset Klubben April 19, 2019 Warsaw Poland Palladium April 21, 2019 Moscow Russia Izvestia Hall August 9, 2019 Melbourne Australia Margaret Court Arena [113][114] August 11, 2019 Sydney Big Top Sydney [113][115] The Fellowship: Map The Treasure Tour (2020) Date City Country Venue Ref February 8–9, 2020 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Hall April 2–3, 2020 Osaka Japan Zapp Osaka Bayside April 4–5, 2020 Tokyo Zepp Tokyo March 14, 2020 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre March 17, 2020 Paris France AccorHotels Arena March 20, 2020 London United Kingdom The SSE Arena, Wembley March 22, 2020 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live March 25, 2020 Berlin Germany Mercedes Benz Arena March 27, 2020 Warsaw Poland WARSZAWA EXPO XXI March 29, 2020 Moscow Russia Adrenaline Stadium April 17, 2020 Newark United States Prudential Center April 19, 2020 Chicago Wintrust Arena April 21, 2020 Atlanta Infinite Energy Center April 23, 2020 Dallas The Theatre at Grande Prairie April 26, 2020 Los Angeles The Forum Awards and Nominations Golden Disc Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 Best Album Ateez Nominated Most Popular Artist Nominated Rookie Artist Nominated Next Generation Award Won High1 Seoul Music Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 Rookie Award Ateez Pending [116] Popular Award Pending K Wave Award Pending MGMA M2 X Genie Music Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 The Male New Artist Ateez Nominated [117] Mnet Asian Music Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 Artist of the Year Ateez Nominated [118] Worldwide Fans' Choice Won Best New Male Artist Nominated MTV EMA Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 Best Korean Act Ateez Won [119] Soribada Best K-Music Awards Year Award Recipient Result Ref 2019 Best Performance Award Ateez Won [120] References
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