Tim (singer)

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Tim
KoreAm 2008-02 Cover.jpg
On the cover of KoreAm , February 2008
Background information
Birth nameTim Hwang
Born (1981-12-23) December 23, 1981 (age 42)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres Korean ballad, R&B
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active2003–present
Track listing
  1. 사랑합니다...
  2. 가끔씩 눈물이 나죠
  3. Yes
  4. 재회
  5. 아픈 다짐
  6. 넌 착한 사람
  7. Always
  8. 예전처럼
  9. Bye Bye Love
  10. Hey Girl
  11. Party
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  • KOR: 28,422+ [9]
Second Breath
  • Released: June 1, 2004
  • Labels: JM Entertainment, EMI Korea
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Track listing
  1. 이야기
  2. Daydream
  3. 고마웠다고
  4. 난 어떻게
  5. 사랑의 길을 잃다
  6. 오랜만에
  7. Morning Star
  8. I'm Sorry
  9. 너에게만은
  10. 우정
  11. 아버지께
  12. 자장가
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감성
  • Released: April 28, 2006
  • Labels: Yedang Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Track listing
  1. Intro
  2. 하루새...
  3. 조심하세요...
  4. 폴라리스
  5. 내가 아니죠
  6. 나 혼자만
  7. 내게 와줘요
  8. 너의 뒤에서
  9. We Are the Reason
  10. 꿈 속에서...
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Love is...
  • Released: October 24, 2007
  • Label: LOBE Entertainment, Seoul Records
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Track listing
  1. 내 마음 사용 설명서
  2. 고마운 기적
  3. 혼잣말
  4. 내 안의 전쟁
  5. 사랑한 만큼
  6. Serendipity
  7. 소망상자 (Wish List)
  8. 애착
  9. 후회하지 않아요
  10. 그댄 나에게
  11. 즐거운 인생 (feat. Son Ho-young and Danny Jung)
  12. Walk on Water
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New Beginnings
  • Released: November 25, 2010
  • Label: Sony Music Korea
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Track listing
  1. 난 너 때문에
  2. 그대여
  3. River Flows in You (by Yiruma)
  4. 다음 역에선
  5. Love Song (with Lyn)
  6. 남자답지 못한 말
  7. Missing U
  8. 닭살 커플 (with Esna)
  9. 이별을 배우다
  10. Liquid
  11. He Said, She Said (No Other Way) (with Esna)
4
"—" denotes album did not chart.

Extended plays

TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positionsSales
KOR
[8]
...하루가 길다
  • Released: November 16, 2011
  • Label: Sony Music Korea
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Track listing
  1. 하루가 길다
  2. 그말만은 하지마
  3. 그래주겠니?
  4. 가슴에 살아
  5. 지워도...널
  6. 하루가 길다 (inst.)
8
그려본다
  • Released: September 26, 2016
  • Label: Genie Music
  • Format: CD, digital download
Track listing
  1. 그려본다
  2. 휘파람 (너에게 가는 길)
  3. 그려본다 (inst.)
"—" denotes album did not chart.

Contributed singles and songs

TitleYearAlbumRef
바래요
(Son Ho-young feat. Tim)
2008Returns
겨울인데
(Pento feat. Tim)
2014Non-album single

Music videos

SongYearAlbumStarringRef
"We Can Make It"
(Jang Keun-suk, Son Ho-young and Tim as "WEE Band")
2008 Ministry of Education WEE Project [14]

Filmography

Awards

YearAward-Giving BodyCategoryWorkResult
2003 Mnet Asian Music Awards Best New Male Artist "I Love You" (사랑합니다) [15] Nominated

Notes

  1. First peaked at number 19 on MIAK's monthly chart in May 2003.
  2. Second Breath peaked at number 5 on MIAK's monthly chart in June 2004.
  3. 감성 peaked at number 9 on MIAK's monthly chart in April 2006.
  4. Love is... peaked at number 16 on MIAK's monthly chart in December 2007.

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  12. Cumulative sales for Love is...:
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