They made their Japanese debut on November 19, 2011 with the single "BTD (Before the Dawn)".
2010: Debut with First Invasion
INFINITE originally debuted with their first mini album First Invasion on June 9, 2010, with "Come Back Again" serving as the album's title track, while "She's Back" was also used during promotions.
2011: Evolution, Over the Top, Japanese debut
Their first full-length album Over the Top was released on July 1. The song "Be Mine" was the song that got them their very first-ever music show win on M Countdown, and won two weeks in a row. The repackage edition, Paradise, was released on September 26.
On November 19, the group made their official Japanese debut with the release of their single "BTD (Before the Dawn)".
2012: Return with first concert, Infinitize
INFINITE returned to the scene with their first concert tour, performing in Seoul between February 11-12 and in Tokyo International Forum on February 25–26. They then held an encore concert, Second Invasion Evolution, on April 1.
On May 15, the group released their third mini album Infinitize, with the song "The Chaser" serving as the title track. It gained them their first triple crown on June 14, and at the end of the year, the song was named the number one K-pop song of the year by Billboard.
2013-2014: New Challenge, first world tour, Season 2, Be Back
INFINITE made a comeback with their fourth mini album New Challenge on March 21, 2013, with the title track "Man in Love" earning them seven music show program wins.
The group began their first world tour One Great Step, beginning on August 9, 2013. The tour consisted of 22 shows in Asia, Europe, North America and Dubai. Their first world tour encore One Great Step Returns was held in Seoul's Olympic Gymnastics Arena on February 28 and March 1, 2014.
On April 10, they released first instrumental album The Origin.
2015: Reality, second world tour, For You
The group released their fifth mini album Reality on July 13. They later on embarked on their second world tour Infinite Effect, with two concerts held in Seoul on August 8-9.
Later, on December 16, the group released their second Japanese full-length For You.
2016-2017: Infinite Only, Air, Hoya's departure
Between February 20-12, 2016, INFINITE concluded their Infinite Effect world tour. Their first special single "That Summer (Second Story)" was released on July 8 and their first Japanese best album Best of Infinite on August 31.
The group's third Japanese full-length album Air was released on May 24, 2017.
On June 9, INFINITE was in talks of contract renewals with Woollim. It had later been revealed on June 28 that only 6 out of the 7 members renewed their contracts. On August 30, Hoya officially left both the group and the agency after he made the desicion to not renew his exclusive contract.
2018: Top Seed, "Clock"
2019-2022: Members' departure from Woollim
|Sung Kyu (성규)||Leader, Main Vocalist||2010–present|
|Dong Woo (동우)||Vocalist, Main Rapper, Main Dancer||2010–present|
|Woo Hyun (우현)||Main Vocalist, Lead Dancer||2010–present|
|Sung Yeol (성열)||Vocalist, Lead Rapper||2010–present|
|Sung Jong (성종)||Vocalist, Maknae||2010-present|
|L (엘)||Lead Vocalist, Visual, Face of the Group||2010–present|
|Hoya (호야)||Vocalist, Main Dancer, Lead Rapper||2010–2017|
- Infinite Concert: Second Invasion Evolution the Movie 3D (2012)
- Grow: Infinite's Real Youth Life (2014)
- You Are My Oppa (2010)
- Japan Days of Infinite (2010)
- Sesame Player (2011)
- Birth of a Family (2012)
- Ranking King (2012)
- 10 Days in Japan Story (2013)
- This is Infinite (2014)
- Infinite's Showtime (2015–2016)
- Tooniverse Wara Store (2011)
- Main article: INFINITE/Gallery