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"ONE DREAM! Hello, We are TOMORROW X TOGETHER!" — TXT's Introduction

TOMORROW X TOGETHER (투모로우바이투게더(明天一起來); read as Tomorrow by Together; commonly known as TXT) is a five-member boy group under Big Hit Music (formerly Big Hit Entertainment). They debuted on March 4, 2019 with their first mini album The Dream Chapter: STAR at Mnet's 'Debut Celebration Show'.[1]


2018–2019: Pre-debut

On November 27, 2018, it was reported that Big Hit had plans to debut[2] a five-member boy group at the beginning of 2019, being the first group to debut in six years, since BTS' debut in 2013. The group would be composed by members with an average age of 17 and would reportedly have a different concept than their seniors[3]

On January 9, 2019, the agency launched a website that features a countdown clock and the text "You & Me". The interactive website also brings up the phrase, "You and I, different but together".[4] In the day after, the first member of the group was shared, Yeonjun, along with the name of the group: TXT, which stands for Tomorrow X Together and it is pronounced in Korea as "Tomorrow by Together".[5] Three days later, the next member, Soobin, was revealed.[6] Following Soobin, Hueningkai was revealed as the third member on January 15.[7] On January 17, Taehyun was revealed as the fourth member.[8] On January 20, Beomgyu, the fifth and last member, was revealed.[9]

2019: Debut and first comeback

On February 7, Big Hit announced the group would release their debut album titled The Dream Chapter: STAR on March 4 with a television special titled TOMORROW X TOGETHER Debut Celebration Show Presented by Mnet to be aired that same day. TXT will then hold their debut showcase at YES 24 Live Hall on March 5.[10][11] On February 18, the agency revealed the group's concept logo and member's first concept photos.[12][13][14]

Following the release, the music video for "CROWN" broke the record for the most viewed K-Pop debut music video within 24 hours for a boy group, accumulating 15.1 million views.[15] Their debut EP atop the Gaon Album Chart,[16] the iTunes Top Albums chart in over 44 territories[17] and the Billboard World Albums Chart, while "Crown" debuted at number one on the Billboard World Digital Songs Chart.[18] The group debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Emerging Artists and at No. 140 on the Billboard 200 chart for the first time, making them the fastest to appear in these charts (the second fastest K-Pop group to appear in the Billboard Emerging Artist) and highest-charting debut album by any male K-pop group. The album also ranked number 3 on Oricon's Weekly Album Chart.[19] Additionally, the album went onto top the Gaon Monthly Album Chart for the month of March.[20] TXT's first music show performance was aired on March 7, 2019 on Mnet's M Countdown.[21][22] They earned their first ever music show win on SBS MTV's The Show with the single "Crown" just after a week of their debut.[23] This was soon followed by wins on M Countdown and Show Champion.[24][25]

On April 9, 2019, TXT announced its first-ever overseas tour, a six-show debut showcase in the U.S. encompassing six american cities - New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Orlando, and Atlanta - over the course of about two weeks, from May 9 to 24.[26] Tickets to all shows were sold out in less than 24 hours.[27] Following their showcase in May, the group performed at the 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango music concert held in Los Angeles on June 1.[28] On July 6, TXT performed at KCON 2019 NY music festival held at Madison Square Garden, New York, in front of 55,000 spectators.[29]

On August 8, 2019, it was announced by Big Hit Entertainment that they had originally planned to release a new album in August. However, due to Soobin being diagnosed with conjuctivitis (pink eye) and Yeonjun affected by back pains, it was postponed to September.[30] On August 20, Big Hit revealed Taehyun and Huening Kai had also been diagnosed with conjuctivitis, thus a reschedule of the album "has become unavoidable", citing the change in release date from September to October.[31]

On October 1, a teaser video was released for the group's first full-length album titled The Dream Chapter: MAGIC, and on October 2, a concept video was shared.[32] On October 21, the album was released, with "9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)" as its lead single.[33] Musically, the album incorporates a variety of different music genres, including R&B, tropical house, acoustic pop and hip hop.[34] Commercially, the album debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart, surpassing 124,000 sales in its first week.[35] This marked the group's second chart-topping album following their EP The Dream Chapter: Star. The album debuted at No. 3 on Billboard's World Albums Chart and at No. 6 on the Heatseeker's Album Chart. A total of four tracks from the album entered the Billboard World Digital Songs chart with the lead single "9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)" debuting at No. 2.[36] Billboard and Dazed both later named “9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)” one of the best K-pop songs of the year.[37][38]

TXT's commercial success in their early months earned them several rookie awards at major Korean year-end music award shows, including the Asia Artist Awards[39], Melon Music Awards[40], Mnet Asian Music Awards[41], Golden Disc Awards[42], Gaon Chart Music Awards[43] and Seoul Music Awards.[44]

2020: Japanese debut, The Dream Chapter: Eternity and Minisode1: Blue Hour

On January 15, 2020, TXT made their Japanese debut with the single "Magic Hour" which includes Japanese versions of the songs "Run Away", "CROWN" and "Angel or Devil". The single debuted at number one on the Oricon daily chart and at number two on the Oricon’s Weekly Singles Chart.[45] On January 19, it was announced that the group would be making their Japanese television debut with first-ever appearance at on TV Asahi’s Music Station. They performed the Japanese version of "Run Away" on January 24, making them the first Korean artist to perform on the show for 2020.[46] "Magic Hour" was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ), selling 100,000 units.[47]

On April 28, Big Hit Entertainment announced that TXT would be releasing their second EP, titled The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY, on May 18 with the lead single "Can't You See Me?".[48][49] Commercially, the album sold over 181,000 units in its first week, and entered the Gaon Album Chart at number two.[50][51] It debuted at number one on the Oricon Albums Chart, becoming the band's first chart-topper in Japan.[52] In July 2020, the album received a platinum certification from the Korea Music Content Association (KMCA), denoting 250,000 shipments, giving TXT their first certification in the country since debut. Two months later, The Dream Chapter: Star and The Dream Chapter: Magic were also certified platinum by the KMCA.[53]

On August 19, TXT released their second Japanese single "Drama". The single album included Japanese versions of "Drama" and "Can't You See Me?", as well as their first original Japanese song "Everlasting Shine".[54] "Everlasting Shine" serves as the twelfth opening theme of the anime Black Clover, which began airing on September 1.[55] "Drama" debuted and peaked at number three on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart, and was certified gold by the RIAJ.[56][57]

TXT released their third EP Minisode1: Blue Hour, with the lead single "Blue Hour" on October 26.[58] The album debuted at number three on the Gaon Album Chart, selling over 300,000 copies in its first week.[59][60] In the United States, the EP debuted at number 25 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming TXT's highest-charting album in the country and was the top-selling album of that week. The album simultaneously claimed the top spot on the Billboard World Albums chart with TXT topping the Emerging Artists chart.[61] It also entered the Oricon Albums Chart at number one, becoming their second chart-topper in Japan.[62]

The band released an OST titled "Your Light" for the JTBC teen-drama Live On on November 24.[63]

2021–present: Still Dreaming, The Chaos Chapter: Freeze, and The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape

Their debut Japanese studio album Still Dreaming was released on January 20, 2021.[64] The album included the original Japanese song "Force" that serves as the opening theme for the second season of the anime World Trigger.[65] Still Dreaming debuted and peaked at number one on the Japanese Oricon Albums Chart and was certified gold by the RIAJ.[66][67] This album charted at number 173 on the Billboard 200 making TXT the second Korean band in history to chart an album in Japanese on the American music chart.[68] In April 2021, Minisode 1: Blue Hour was certified Double Platinum by the KMCA, indicating 500,000 shipments.[69]

On May 24, the band released the original soundtrack "Love Sight" for the tvN drama Doom At Your Service.[70]

On April 22, 2021, Big Hit Music announced that TXT would make a comeback at the end of May.[71] TXT released their second studio album, The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE on May 31, with the lead single "0X1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You)", featuring Seori.[72] On May 7, it was announced that the album pre-orders had surpassed 520,000 copies in six days.[73] On May 31, before the official release of the album, pre-orders increased to over 700,000 copies, doubling from their last release.[74] The Chaos Chapter: Freeze debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the band's highest-charting album in the United States, as well as being the top selling album that week[75] and it also peaked at number 1 on the Oricon Albums Chart, becoming TXT's fourth consecutive chart-topper in Japan.[76] On June 25, TXT released a remix of "0X1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You)" featuring pH-1, Woodie Gochild and Seori.[77] In July, The Chaos Chapter: Freeze was certified Gold by the RIAJ making it TXT's first Korean release with a certification in Japan.[78] In August, the album was certified Triple Platinum by the KMCA, indicating 750,000 shipments.[79]

On August 17, 2021, the group released The Chaos Chapter: FIGHT OR ESCAPE, a repackaged version of The Chaos Chapter: Freeze, with "LO$ER=LO♡ER" as the lead single.[80]


See also: Members

The members don't have any official fixed positions, except for the leader which is the only official position that was announced by BigHit Entertainment, on January 14, 2019. They all can sing, dance and rap. As for Beomgyu, he is almost always the center and intro fairy, and also has the most amount of screentime. However, BigHit Entertainment has never officially announced that Beomgyu is the center.

Name Position(s)
Yeonjun (연준)
Soobin (수빈) Leader
Beomgyu (범규) Center
Taehyun (태현)
Hueningkai (휴닝카이) Maknae

Awards and nominations

See also: List of Awards and Nominations



Studio albums

Mini albums

Repackage albums

Digital singles


  • "Your Light" from Live On OST Part.1 (2020)
  • "Love Sight" from Doom at Your Service OST Part.2 (2021)


Digital singles


Studio albums

Mini albums




See also: Videography


TV Shows

Year Title Channel Note
2019 ONE DREAM.TXT Mnet TXT - Based reality show, 8 episodes[81]
Playground With Enhypen; Lunar New Year special variety show, 2 episodes

Online shows

Year Title Channel Note
2019-present TALK X TODAY Youtube
V Live
TXT - Based reality show, 3 seasons.[82][83]
Based variety show
Weekly TXT Abema TV Japanese weekly reality show
Predebut TXT - Based reality show


Year Title Channel Role Note
2019 Tomorrow X Together Show Naver Now DJs
2021 Listen EBS


  • On April 25, it was announced that the group's fan club would be called "YOUNG ONE".[84] However, on May 6, Big Hit announced they would be revising the name due to similarities to Tiffany's fandom name "Young Ones".[85] On August 22, it was announced that the group's new fan club name would be "MOA".[86] The name is an acronym for "Moments of Alwaysness".
  • According to their website, the meaning behind "Tomorrow by Together" is five individuals who "come together under one dream in hopes of building a better tomorrow".[87]
  • The name of the group was derived from "PLUS X", a Korean creative agency company that has recently been gaining recognition over their design project of the BTS Youth League. It is also responsible for the logo design.[88]
  • In their first ever interview with MBC's "Section TV", the group mentioned that they prefer to be called by their full name, not by their initials.[89]
  • The group is both popular in South Korea and internationally.
  • The average height of the members is 181.5 cm.
  • According to music commentator Kim Young Dae, TXT seems to be an idol group that can dig genre closer to pop than hip-hop.
  • At the Golden Disk Awards ceremony, a member of BTS, Jimin, and their choreographer Son Seong Deuk posed in a similar shape to the infinity, which is the signature of the group.
  • TXT meanwhile also do OST for K-Dramas. For example the song "Your Light" for the K-Drama "Live On" or the song "Love Sight" for the K-Drama "Doom at Your Service".
  • All members are the eldest brothers of their families.
  • There are no fixed positions in the group except for leader.



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  1. Soompi: Big Hit’s New Boy Group TXT Confirms Plans To Debut On Mnet Special and Reveals Album Name
  2. Soompi: Big Hit Entertainment To Debut A New Boy Group Next Year
  3. Soompi: Reported Details About Big Hit’s New Boy Group Revealed
  4. Soompi: Big Hit Gets Hearts Racing With Countdown Clock To Something New
  5. Soompi: Big Hit’s New Boy Group TXT Is Coming: Here’s An Introduction To First Member Yeonjun
  6. Soompi: Big Hit’s New Boy Group TXT Introduces 2nd Member Soobin
  7. Soompi: Big Hit’s New Boy Group TXT Reveals 3rd Member Hueningkai
  8. Big Hit’s Upcoming Boy Group TXT Introduces 4th Member Taehyun
  9. Big Hit’s New Boy Group TXT Reveals Fifth Member Beomgyu
  10. Billboard: TOMORROW X TOGETHER Announces First Album 'The Dream Chapter: STAR'
  11. 투모로우바이투게더, 3월4일 Mnet ‘데뷔 셀러브레이션 쇼’로 데뷔(공식입장) MBN (in Korean)
  12. YouTube: TXT (투모로우바이투게더) - The Dream Chapter: STAR
  13. @BigHitEnt on Twitter (February 18, 2019): The Dream Chapter: STAR - Concept Photo 1
  14. @BigHitEnt on Twitter (February 18, 2019): The Dream Chapter: STAR - Concept Photo 1
  15. Billboard: "Video For TOMORROW X TOGETHER's Debut Single 'Crown' Viewed Over 15 Million Times In First 24 Hours"
  16. "Gaon Album Chart – Week 10, 2019". Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  17. Soompi: TXT Tops iTunes Charts All Around The World In Impressive Debut
  18. Billboard: "Tomorrow X Together Debuts at No. 1 on Emerging Artists, World Albums & World Digital Song Sales Charts"
  19. "투모로우바이투게더, 미국 '빌보드 200' 140위" Yonhap News Agency (in Korean)
  20. "2019 March Album Chart" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  21. "데뷔 투모로우바이투게더, 무대 최초 공개..폭발적인 인기 상한가" Maeil Ilbo (in Korean)
  22. "'엠카' ITZY, 1위 추가 5관왕..투모로우바이투게더⋅Jus2 핫데뷔+박봄 컴백 예고[종합]" Osen (in Korean)
  23. "'더쇼' TXT, 데뷔 첫 1위 영예 "응원해주시는 팬 분들께 감사해"[종합]" Herald POP (in Korean)
  24. "'엠카운트다운' 투모로우바이투게더 1위...박봄·마마무 컴백 [종합]" XportsNews (in Korean)
  25. "'쇼챔피언' 투모로우바이투게더, 1위 3관왕…박봄·마마무 컴백 [종합]" XportsNews (in Korean)
  26. Billboard: "TOMORROW X TOGETHER Announce First U.S. Showcase"
  27. "'글로벌 슈퍼루키' 투모로우바이투게더, 첫 美 6개도시 쇼케이스 전석 매진" Newsen (in Korean)
  28. "투모로우바이투게더, 美 콘서트 '왕고 탱고'서 공연" Edaily (in Korean)
  29. "'KCON 2019 NY' 5만 5천 관객의 환호 속 성료..미국 팬들 사로잡았다" Seoul Economic Daily (in Korean)
  30. @BigHitEnt on Twitter (August 8, 2019): [공지] 투모로우바이투게더 롯데면세점 패밀리 콘서트 및 컴백 관련 공지 (+ENG)
  31. @BigHitEnt on Twitter: 투모로우바이투게더 앨범 발매 연기 및 스케줄 안내 (+ENG)
  32. Soompi: TXT Introduces Comeback Concept For “The Dream Chapter: Magic” With Psychedelic Trailer
  33. Billboard: "TXT Release First LP 'Dream Chapter: Magic' Album: Watch the Magical Music Video for Single 'Run Away'"
  34. "TXT returns with 1st studio album 'The Dream Chapter: Magic'" Yonhap News Agency
  35. "투모로우바이투게더, 정규 1집 가온차트 주간 앨범 차트 1위" Star News (in Korean)
  36. Billboard: "Tomorrow X Together Return to Top 5 of World Albums & World Digital Song Sales Charts"
  37. Billboard: "The 25 Best K-pop Songs of 2019: Critics' Picks"
  38. Dazed: "The 20 best K-pop songs of 2019"
  39. "투모로우바이투게더, 2019 AAA서 신인상 수상…4관왕 달성" n.news.naver.com (in Korean)
  40. [MMA 종합] 방탄소년단, 대상 4개 석권·총 8관왕 “아미 ‘보라’해” Hankook Ilbo (in Korean)
  41. [2019 마마] "올해의 가수는 방탄소년단!"…4개 대상 싹쓸이 '9관왕' [종합] My Daily (in Korean)
  42. 방탄소년단, 디지털 음원 대상…마마무‧ITZY 2관왕 (종합) [2020 골든디스크] Osen (in Korean)
  43. 방탄소년단 3관왕 인기 입증, 청하·엑소·세븐틴·벤 2관왕(종합)[2020 가온차트] Newsen (in Korean)
  44. "슈퍼주니어, 본상 수상…"더욱 치열하게 살겠다" [2020 서울가요대상]" XSportsNews (in Korean)
  45. "TXT, 일본 데뷔 첫주 오리콘 1위 기염" Edaily (in Korean)
  46. 투모로우바이투게더(TXT), 일본 '뮤직 스테이션'(엠스테) 출연 확정…24일 방송서 확인 가능 Top Star News (in Korean)
  47. "Japanese single certifications – TOMORROW X TOGETHER – MAGIC HOUR" Recording Industry Association of Japan (in Japanese)
  48. 투모로우바이투게더, 내달 18일 미니 2집으로 컴백 Yonhap News Agency (in Korean)
  49. "'컴백' 투모로우바이투게더 연준·범규, '세계가 불타버린 밤, 우린' 티저 공개" Sports Donga (in Korean)
  50. "Gaon Album Chart – Week 21, 2020" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  51. 투모로우바이투게더, 50개 아이튠즈 1위+日 오리콘 데일리-주간 앨범차트 1위 Newsen (in Korean)
  52. 투모로우바이투게더, 日도 알아본 '꿈의 장: ETERNITY'..오리콘 앨범 차트 정상 OSEN (in Korean)
  53. "가온 인증(Gaon Certification)" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  54. TOMORROW X TOGETHERの日本2ndシングル『DRAMA』8月リリース Billboard Japan (in Japanese)
  55. TOMORROW X TOGETHER、初の日本オリジナル楽曲がTVアニメ『ブラッククローバー』新OPテーマに決定 Billboard Japan (in Japanese)
  56. 週間 シングルランキング 2020年08月31日付 (2020年08月17日~2020年08月23日) Oricon (in Japanese)
  57. "Japanese single certifications – TOMORROW X TOGETHER – DRAMA" Recording Industry Association of Japan (in Japanese)
  58. '컴백' 투모로우바이투게더, 오늘(26일) 새 앨범 발표..급이 다른 청량함 온다[공식] OSEN (in Korean)
  59. "Gaon Album Chart – Week 44, 2020" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  60. "'자체 신기록' 투모로우바이투게더, 새 앨범 '블루 아워' 첫 주 판매량 30만장 돌파" Xports News (in Korean)
  61. The Korea Herald: "TXT debuts at No. 25 on Billboard 200 with latest EP"
  62. "투모로우바이투게더, 오리콘 일간·주간 앨범차트 동시 석권" Yonhap News Agency (in Korean)
  63. "TXT, '라이브온' OST 첫 주자로 나선다" Hankyung (in Korean)
  64. Tomorrow X Togetherの日本1stアルバム発売決定 Natalie (in Japanese)
  65. World Trigger theme song by TOMORROW X TOGETHER Natalie (in Japanese)
  66. Weekly Album Chart dated February 1, 2021 (January 18, 2021 ~ January 24, 2021) Oricon (in Japanese)
  67. "一般社団法人 日本レコード協会" www.riaj.or.jp (in Japanese) Select 2021年1月 on the drop-down menu
  68. Naver: Tomorrow X Together enters US Billboard main chart with Japanese full album (in Korean)
  69. "가온 인증(Gaon Certification)" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  70. Tomorrow by Together, Participate in 'Doom' OST 'When I See You, Time Stops at Any Moment' Naver (in Korean)
  71. "빅히트 뮤직 측 "투모로우바이투게더 5월 말 컴백 확정"(공식)" Newsen (in Korean)
  72. "투모로우바이투게더, 5월 31일 정규 2집으로 컴백" Sedaily (in Korean)
  73. Tomorrow X Together new album, pre-order 520,000 copies in 6 days. Newsis (in Korean)
  74. Tomorrow by Together's new album surpassed 700,000 copies. Accelerated growth. Star News (in Korean)
  75. "TXT soars to No. 5 on Billboard main albums chart" The Korea Herald
  76. "TOMORROW X TOGETHER、海外男性アーティスト2組目となる4作連続アルバム1位【オリコンランキング】" Oricon (in Japanese)
  77. pH-1 X Woodie GoChild, featuring in Tomorrow X Together new song (in Korean)
  78. "ゴールドディスク認定" (Gold disc certification) RIAJ (in Japanese)
  79. "가온 인증(Gaon Certification)" Gaon Music Chart (in Korean)
  80. Billboard: TOMORROW X TOGETHER Release 'The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape' Album, Drop 'LO$ER=LOVER' Video: Watch
  81. "투모로우바이투게더, 첫 단독 리얼리티 'ONE DREAM. TXT' 6월 방송" Exsport News (in Korean)
  82. "투모로우바이투게더, 첫 리얼리티 'Talk X Today'로 소통 행보" Hankook Ilbo (in Korean)
  83. "투모로우바이투게더, 26일 리얼리티 'Talk X Today' 시즌2 공개 [공식]" Osen (in Korean)
  84. Soompi: TXT Announces Official Fan Club Name
  85. Soompi: Big Hit Announces Plans To Change TXT's Official Fan Club Name
  86. Soompi: TXT Reveals Official Fan Club Name
  87. "Archived copy of the official website" 2019-10-21.
  88. PLUS X announces Logo design for TXT
  89. YouTube: [HOT] TOMORROW X TOGETHER debut scene, 섹션 TV 20190311