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No More Dream

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Limited Edition A Cover
Limited Edition B Cover
Regular Edition Cover
Catalog Number
PCCA-04026 (Limited Edition A)
PCCA-04027 (Limited Edition B)
PCCA-04028 (Regular Edition)
¥1,728 (Limited Editions)
¥1,296 (Regular Edition)
CD Tracklist
  1. NO MORE DREAM -Japanese Ver.-
  2. Shingeki no Boudan -Japanese Ver.- (進撃の防弾; Rise of Bangtan)
  3. Ii ne! (いいね!) (Regular Edition only)
DVD Tracklist
  1. Jacket Making Video


"NO MORE DREAM" is Bangtan Boys's debut Japanese single. It came in three versions: a limited CD+DVD edition (A), a limited CD+GOODS edition (B), and a regular CD Only edition. The Limited Edition B came with an original dog tag. All editions came with a high five event lottery ticket.

The title track is the Japanese version of the song found on their first Korean single "2 Cool 4 Skool". The original version ranked #124 on the Gaon weekly digital chart.

Live Performances

Korean Version

Song Information

Pdogg, "Hitman" Bang, RM, SUGA, J-HOPE, Supreme Boi
Pdogg, "Hitman" Bang, RM, SUGA, J-HOPE, Supreme Boi
RM, SUGA, Jungkook, V, J-HOPE, Jimin, Jin
Other Information
Arrangement: Pdogg
Chorus: Jungkook, Pdogg, Supreme Boi
Keyboard: Pdogg
Synthesizer: Pdogg
Mixing: James F. Reynolds
Producer: Pdogg

Music Video

PV shot.

The Korean original version had a promotional video released a day before their debut, on June 12th, 2013, after they released two teasers.

It features the members dancing and singing in the street after crashing a bus, in a graffited building and inside the bus itself.

A 'Choreography Version' music video was released four days later on June 16th. This time, they perform their choreography between the graffited building and outside on the streets. The dance was entirely choreographed by Son Sung Deuk.

A music video was released for the Japanese version of the song on May 25th, 2014. The locations for the shooting are different, but it follows the same theme as the original version. They can be seen singing and dancing inside different vandalized buildings.


  • So-Loved Awards - Choreography Male (nominated)

Oricon Chart Positions

BTS promoting the single.
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
6 5 4 5 3 4 8 32,356
27 45 x 41 x x x 62 1,097
x x x x x x x 127 385
x x x x x x x 152 364
x x x x x x x 172 253
x x x x x x x out for 1 week
x x x x x x x 140 293
Year Month Rank Sales
2014 June 20 34,202

Total Reported Sales: 34,748* (#198 single of 2014)


No More Dream
Found on the "2 Cool 4 Skool" single as track #4. This is the original version of the song.
NO MORE DREAM -Japanese Ver.-
Found on the WAKE UP Japanese album as track #9. This is the Japanese version of the song, with new lyrics in Japanese.

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