Currently there are 6 Everglow albums available including 4 extended plays and 2 single albums. All of them were released by the group's management company Yuehua Entertainment and distributed by Stone Music Entertainment and Genie Music. The members debuted in 2019.
Here's the list of all Everglow albums in order.
The debut single album of Everglow was released by Yuehua Entertainment on March 18, 2019, although it was available physically only from March 19. It was distributed by Stone Music Entertainment. On the CD you will find 3 songs including Moon, Bon Bon Chocolat and D+1. Bon Bon Chocolat serves as the title track. It was composed by Melanie Fontana, Michel 'Lindgren' Schulz and Jurek Reunämaki, and arranged by Reunämaki and Schulz. The choreography for the song was made by a renowned South Korean choreographer Lia Kim. Moon was put on the list of The Best K-pop B-sides of 2019 by MTV (at 19th position), while the entertainment website Refinery29 recognized Bon Bon Chocolat as the 19th best KPop song of the year.
To promote the first of Everglow albums a special showcase was held at the Blue Square YES24 Live Hall in Seoul, during which the three songs mentioned above were performed by the members.
Arrival of Everglow peaked at number 5 on the Gaon Weekly Chart, and was the 2nd most popular album of the week of any girl group after Mamamoo's White Wind. It later became the 29th best-selling South Korean release of March 2019.
The physical edition of this Everglow album comes in a slip case and consists of a CD disk featuring a photo of one of the 6 members (chosen randomly), a 68 pages photobook (190 x 150 mm), 1 group postcard plus 1 random individual member postcard (190 x 150 mm), 2 stickers (round and rectangular), and 1 photo card randomly added from a lot of 12 variants (2 per member).
A poster of a size of 525 x 770 mm was issued for this release.
The second of Everglow albums titled Hush had its premiere on August 19, 2019 under Yuehua Entertainment. Stone Music Entertainment was responsible for the distribution. The single features - similarly to the previous release - 3 songs including Hush, Adios and You Don't Know Me. The title track Adios was produced by Melanie Fontana, Lena Leon, Michel "Lindgren" Schulz and 72. Lee Bo-ra alongside 72 wrote the lyrics. The song won the award on SBS' The Show, which was the first award of Everglow on any music show.
Hush reached number 5 on the Gaon Weekly chart, and was the second most popular KPop album this week of any girl group after Red Velvet's tenth EP The ReVe Festival: Day 2. It was the 20th best-selling South Korean release of August 2019 with the sales equal 12,199 copies.
The Everglow album comes in 1 physical version with a slip cover of a dimensions of 190 x 150 mm. It consists of a CD disk, a photobook with 64 pages full of pictures of all members of Everglow, 7 postcards in a set selected randomly out of 2 variants (190 x 150 mm), 1 random group photo card (3 options), and 1 solo photo card chosen randomly from a lot of 12 options (2 per member). The photo cards are of a standard size and measure 55 x 85 mm.
Hush was available with some interesting pre-order benefits. You could get a book cover depicting a random member (190 x 150 mm), a limited 8 pages booklet added out of 3 versions (190 x 150 mm), 1 of 7 posters sized 525 x 770 mm (1 group and 6 individual member sheets), a folded group poster (450 x 380 mm). If you were lucky enough you could also get a polaroid photo and a special event card.
The third Everglow album and the group's first extended play was released under Yuehua on February 3, 2020. Stone Music Entertainment and Genie Music were responsible for the distribution. The EP consists of 4 songs - Salute, Dun Dun, Player and No Lie. Dun Dun was chosen as the lead single. It was composed by Olof Lindskog, Gavis Jones, Hayley Aitken and 72, with the arrangements by OLLIPOP. The lyrics were written by Seo Jieum.
The mini album peaked at number 4 on the Gaon chart and at number 14 on Billboard's US World chart. It also managed to reach number 48 on the Japanese Oricon chart. Reminiscence was the 10th most purchased Korean album in Febuary of 2020 with 27,214 units sold.
1 physical version of Reminiscence was released. It comes in a purple hardcover photobook form of a size of 175 x 175 mm and showcases the tracklist on the spine. Inside you will find a CD disk, a 72 pages photobook with pictures of the members (170 x 170 mm), 2 randomly selected (out of 12) calendar postcards sized 100 x 160 mm and a paper stand, and 1 photo card with a face of a random member of Everglow, chosen out of 12 variants (2 per member) of a dimensions of 55 x 85 mm.
A limited event photo card with a unique number on it was included in some of the copies of this Everglow album. You could also get a very rare polaroid photo if you were lucky enough.
7 different posters were prepared for this release as a pre-order bonus. You could get a group poster (525 x 770 mm) alongside 1 very slim random poster featuring a single member (305 x 905 mm).
The second mini album of a rather peculiar title −77.82X−78.29 came out under Yuehua on September 21, 2020. It features 4 songs including La Di Da, Untouchable, Gxxd Boy, and No Good Reason. La Di Da was selected as the title track. It was composed by Kyung Eun-jin, Yun No-ra, Gavin Jones, and 72.
The extended play managed to reach number 4 on the weekly Gaon chart. It sold more than 20,000 copies during its premiere week.
Physically, 2 versions of the album were released. That includes −77.82X (black cover) and −78.29 (red cover). Both measure 225 x 225 mm and consist of a CD disk in an envelope, an 80 pages photobook, a booklet with 16 pages in it, and a pop-up card with a random member of Everglow.
The EP was available with some special pre-order benefits if you bought your particular copy before the official premiere. That includes a set of 6 postcards, 2 random special photo cards, 2 randomly selected stickers, and a Polaroid photo.
2 posters featuring the whole group were issued for −77.82X−78.29. Both are of a size of 525 x 770 mm.
Last Melody is the third single album of Everglow. It came out under Yuehua Entertainment on May 25, 2021. On the CD you will find 3 tracks including the title track First, Don't Ask Don't Tell, and Please Please.
The album managed to reach number 4 on tha Gaon chart and repeated the success of its predecessor. It sold 36,983 copies during May of 2021 and was the 20th best-selling release of the month. It sold additional 8,872 units the next month.
There are 2 physical version available - called Last Melody (red cover) and First Memoir (grey cover). Both are composed of a CD disk, an 84 pages photobook, a booklet with 28 pages in it, 2 square postcards selected randomly out of 6 options, a floating hologram kit with a special QR card, and 2 regular photo cards included at random from a lot of 30 sheets.
4 pre-order benefits were also included inside the package for those who purchased their copy earlier. That includes a special photo card added randomly out of 6 options, 1 sticker, a folded poster, and a Polaroid photo.
2 posters were issued for the album. Both depicts all members of Everglow and measure 525 x 770 mm.
The third mini album of the group titled Return of the Girl premiered on December 1, 2021. It was released by Yuehua and distributed by Stone Music Entertainment. It is composed of 5 tracks including Back Together, Pirate, Don't Speak, Nighty Night, and Company. Pirate serves as the lead single. An accompanying music video has also been released.
The extended play reached number 10 on the Gaon weekly chart. It eventually became the 12th biggest seller of December 2021 with a total sales equal 40,809 copies. Additional 5,206 units were sold the following month.
2 different physical versions were released - Galaxy and Biker. The package contains a CD disk featuring a random member of Everglow (the offer was available only for the first press units of the album), a postcard book composed of 9 pieces, 1 random sheet of stickers selected out of 6 variants, and 1 photo cards randomly selected out of 18 different variants.
If you purchased your copy during the pre-order period, aside from the special CD you could also get a folded poster depicting a single member, 1 hologram selected out of 12 units, and a limited quantity Polaroid photo.