BTS Discography

(Updated December 2020)


Page 1: Overview, 2013-2016
Page 2: 2017-present
Page 3: Other Collaborations, OSTs, and Sources

Number of Title Track Singles: 17
Number of Promoted Follow-Up Singles: 5
Number of Pre-release Singles: 2
Number of Mini Albums/EPs: 6
Number of Full Albums: 5
Number of Repackages/Compilation Albums: 4
Number of Single Albums: 1
Number of OST Albums: 1

Foreign Promotions: BTS has been also active in Japan since 2014 and has a solid discography there. However, I don’t cover K-pop idols’ Japanese activities because I’m not familiar with the Japanese music industry. BTS has also been active in the United States over the past few years, and they are the most popular K-pop group in that country.


“No More Dream” (June 12)

“We Are Bulletproof, Pt. 2” (follow-up single)

2 Cool 4 Skool
(1st single album)

“N.O.” (September 11)

(1st mini album)


“Boy in Luv” (February 12)

Skool Luv Affair
(2nd mini album)

“Danger” (August 19)

“War of Hormone” (follow-up single)

Dark & Wild
(1st full album)

“Just One Day” (May 14)

Skool Luv Affair: Special Addition
(Skool Luv Affair repackage)


“I Need U” (April 29)

“Dope” (follow-up single)

The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 1
(3rd mini album)
This album marks the beginning of BTS’s famous “Youth” trilogy. It’s the point of time when they started to gain notoriety in Korea, earning them their first music show win.

“Run” (November 30)

The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2
(4th mini album)


“Fire” (May 2)

“Save Me” (follow-up single)

The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever
(compilation album)

“Blood, Sweat & Tears” (October 10)

(2nd full album)
This is about when BTS became pretty popular in South Korea.  This album and single won them many music show prizes and end of year awards, including several bonsangs and daesangs – an event that has continued up until now.

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