There are 5 Wonho albums available at the moment. That includes 4 mini albums (the first 2 are a part of the Love Synonym series), and 1 single. They were manufactured by Seoul Media, premiered under Highline Entertainment, and were distributed by Kakao M. The soloist released his debut EP titled Love Synonym Pt.1: Right For Me in September of 2020.
Here's the list of all Wonho albums in order.
The debut solo album of Wonho titled Love Synonym Pt.1: Right For Me came out on September 4, 2020 under Highline Entertainment. It was manufactured by Seoul Media and distributed by Kakao M Corp. It is the first installment into the Love Synonym album series. It is composed of 8 tracks including Open Mind, I Just, Lost in Paradise, Losing You (Korean version), Interlude: Runway, With You, Open Mind (English version) and Losing You. Open Mind was chosen as the lead single. It was produced by Corey Latif Williams, David Brook, Bryan Fryzel and Aaron Kleinstub. The lyrics were written by Wonho and Lee Seu-ran. Losing You was previously released as a digital single on August 14, 2020.
The soloist is credited as a co-composer of all songs on the album except Open Mind, and a co-writer of all of them except the English version of the song.
The first of Wonho albums topped the Gaon Weekly chart, and reached the 9th position on the Billboard's US World chart. It also peaked at number 8 on the Japanese Oricon chart. It was the biggest seller of September 2020 with a total number of 143,355 copies sold (and the 2nd best-selling album of any soloist after Kim Ho-joong and his full-length album Our Family). Eventually it sold 146,068 units by the end of 2020 and became the 59th most purchased album of the year in South Korea.
The physical edition of Love Synonym Pt.1: Right For Me comes in 3 different versions - 1, 2 and 3. All of them come in a silver wrapper, and are composed of a CD containing the music (120 x 120 mm), a 56 pages photobook (150 x 210 mm), a 32 pages lyrics book (150 x 210 mm), a sheet of logo stickers (150 x 210 mm), and a single photo card randomly chosen out of 18 different versions (55 x 85 mm).
Additionally some pre-order benefits were included if you purchased your copy of this Wonho album earlier. That included a random postcard selected out of 5 options (100 x 150 mm), a single film photo card selected out of 6 variants (100 x 70 mm), and 1 folded poster featuring Wonho, of a dimensions of 420 x 300 mm.
The second extended play and the second of Wonho albums overall was released by Highline Entertainment on February 26, 2021. Kakao M for the second time serves as the distributor. The second part of the Love Synonym series titled Love Synonym Pt.2: Right For Us features 8 tracks including Lose, Devil, Best Shot, Weneed, Ain't About You (with American singer and songwriter Kiiara), Flash, Lose (English version) and Outro: And. The opening song Lose serves as the lead single. It was composed by Noah Conrad, Tony Ferrari and Roland Spreckley, and arranged by Wonho and Stereo14. Wonho also wrote the lyrics alongside Brother Su. He participated in the composition process and writing the lyrics for all songs except the title track, Devil and Ain't About You.
The second of Wonho albums reached the 2nd position on the Gaon chart during the 9th week of the year (behind only SHINee's Don't Call Me). It also peaked at number 27 on the Oricon chart. It was the 5th best-selling Korean release of February 2021 with 79,479 units sold (and the 2nd most purchased album of any KPop soloist after Kim Woo Seok's second mini album 2nd Desire [Tasty]). It sold additional 24,903 copies the following month and was the 22nd most popular release of March.
Similarly to its predecessor, Love Synonym Pt.2: Right For Us is available in 3 versions - 1 (light blue cover), 2 (blue cover) and 3 (dark blue cover). All three measure 150 x 210 mm and consist of a CD disk, a 200 pages photobook, a single sheet of stamp stickers (100 x 150 mm), and a random photo card selected from a lot of 18 different variants (55 x 85 mm).
4 different items were included as a pre-order benefit - a random 4cut photo (3 options, 100 x 150 mm), a paper ornament randomly chosen out of 3 variants, composed of 3 elements (140 x 200 mm), a single bookmark selected out of 6 options (55 x 150 mm), and finally 1 random scratch card of a size of a regular photo card (9 options, 85 x 55 mm).
The third mini album of Wonho titled Blue Letter came out under Highline Entertainment on September 14, 2021. It was manufactured by Seoul Media and is composed of 7 tracks including the intro Seasons and Patterns, the lead single Blue, No Text No Call, Come Over Tonight, 24/7, Stranger and the English version of Blue.
Blue Letter did pretty well on the weekly Gaon chart peaking at the 5th position. It sold a total number of 63,718 units in its premiere month becoming the 9th biggest seller of September. 10,690 additional copies were sold in October.
The physical edition is available in 3 different versions including I, II and III, all with a similar covers. Inside the package you will find a CD disk, a photobook of a size of 150 x 210 mm with 96 pages of pictures, 1 random photo card selected out of 18 variants, an accordion postcard, and a folded poster measuring 300 x 420 mm.
2 additional pre-order items were included if you purchased your copy before the official premiere. You could get a bookmark depicting Wonho and a message card in a blue envelope.
The first single album of Wonho titled Obsession was released by Highline Entertainment on February 16, 2022. It is available on streaming, digitally and as a physical edition. It features only 2 songs including the main track Eye On You and Somebody.
The single reached a high position on the Gaon weekly chart - number 3. It sold 67,141 copies in February of 2022 and became the 6th best-selling album of the month. It was the highest positioned KPop soloist that month after Taeyeon and her album INVU. 5,708 additional copies were sold the following month.
3 versions of the physical edition are available. That includes version 1 (purple cover), 2 (red cover) and 3 (black cover). Each of them come with a sleeve cover and measure 150 x 210 mm. Inside the package you will find of course a CD disk, a 104 pages photobook, 1 random photo card included from a lot of 18 unique sheets, and 3 mini posters of a dimensions of 150 x 210 mm.
This time 3 pre-order benefits were included. That includes a message photo card added from a lot of 6 options, a bookmark of a size of 55 x 130 mm, and a film photo included at random out of 6 options.
Facade is the fourth mini album of the artist. It had its premiere on June 13, 2022 under Highline and was distributed by Kakao Entertainment. Seven songs are featured on the EP. That includes the intro 9AM, the title track Crazy, Close, the Korean version of White Miracle, and outro 9PM.
Facade managed to reach number 8 on the weekly Gaon chart. It sold 43,432 copies in its premiere month becoming the 20th biggest seller of June.
Physically, the mini album comes in 7 different versions including 3 normal (01 (green cover), 02 (white cover) and 03 (black cover)), 3 jewel case versions (01, 02 and 03), and a single Kihno edition.
The normal edition contains a CD disk, a 96 pages photobook, 1 random photo card selected out of 18 variants, a bookmark, and 1 folded poster. You could get also 2 pre-order items if you bought your copy before the official premiere. That includes a 2cut photo and a special message photo card.
The jewel case version is composed of a CD disk, a 16 pages booklet, 1 photo card selected out of 6 unique options, and a folded mini poster.
Inside the package with the Kihno edition you will get the Air Kit, a card with the title and tracklist, 1 postcard, 1 selfie photo card, and a set of 24 photo cards of a rather unusual size of 85 x 119 mm.