All About SS501: Profile, Facts, Discography, and Much More!

SS501 Discography


SS501 debuted in 2005, so they have a substantial body of work. Don’t worry, we are providing it to you.


  • “Gyeonggo” (경고) (June 2005)
  • “Snow Prince” (December 2005)
  • “Deja Vu” (March 2008)
  • “Love Like This” (October 2009)
  • “I’m Your Man” (2009)
  • “Love Ya” (May 2010)


  • S.T. 01 Now (November 2006)
  • Rebirth (October 2009)
  • Destination (June 2010)
  • Deja Vu
  • U R Man (November 2008)


  • 1st Concert Step Up (November 2006)
  • The 1st Story of SS501 (April 2007)

Music Videos

  • Gyeonggo (경고)
  • Everything
  • Never Again
  • Snow Prince
  • Fighter
  • Geunyeo… Useotda (그녀…웃었다) oleh 2Shai (starred Kim Hyun Joong and Kim Kyu Jong)
  • Kkaman Angyeong (까만안경) oleh Eru (starred Kim Hyun Joong)
  • Unlock
  • 4 Chance
  • Geop Jaeng I 겁쟁이
  • Deja Vu
  • Neol Bureuneun Norae Remix (널 부르는 노래 Remix)
  • Find
  • SS501 Solo Collection Drama
  • Love Like This
  • UR Man
  • Love Ya
  • Let Me Be The One
  • As A Man oleh Gummy (starring Kim Hyun Joong)

SS501 Filmography


Besides producing music for their own comebacks, SS501 was also chosen to be one of the contributors of original soundtracks for some Korean dramas and anime. There are

  • Koongya Koongya (쿵야쿵야 (anime, KBS, November 2006-Juni 2007)
  • Surgeon Bong Dal-hee (외과의사 봉달희) (SBS, January 2007-Maret 2007)
  • Boys Before Flowers (romance drama, KBS December 2008)



As a popular boy-group with many hit songs at that time, SS501 received many awards when they were still active in producing music. Here the list of awards that they’ve received.

Major awards

Year Awards
  • 2005 KM Music Festival: Best New Male Group Award
  • 2005 KM Music Festival: Best New Music Video Award
  • 2005 SBS Gayo Awards: Best New Artist
  • 2005 SBS Gayo Awards: Most Popular Artist voted by Netizens
  • 2005 MBC Music Festival: Best New Artist
  • 2006 SBS Gayo Awards: Bonsang
  • 2006 SBS Gayo Awards: Netizen Popularity Award
  • 2006 KM Music Festival: Best Dance Group Award
  • 21st Golden Disk Award: Newcomer Award
  • 21st Golden Disk Award: Disk Bonsang
  • 21st Golden Disk Award: Popularity award
  • 22nd Japan Gold Disc Award:Best 10 New Artist
  • 5th Asia Song Festival: The Best Asian Artist Award
  • 네티즌 연예대상 (Netizens Entertainment Award): Best Group Award
  • 18th Seoul Music Awards: Hallyu Award
  • 18th Seoul Music Awards: Bonsang Award
  • Cyworld Digital Music Awards: Song of the Month (February) (Because I’m Stupid)
  • 2009 Asian Yahoo Buzz Award: Top Buzz International Group
  • 11th Mnet Asian Music Awards: Best OST Award (“Because I’m Stupid” – Boys Over Flowers)
  • Cyworld Digital Music Awards: 2009 OST Award (Because I’m Stupid)
  • Bugs Music Awards: Best TV Drama Song of the Year (Because I’m Stupid)
  • 2009 Warner Music Taiwan Golden Disk: White Golden Disk Awards
  • The First Barkada Choice Awards: Choice Asian Pop Band of the Year
  • 2011 KBS World Radio Awards: Best Korean Band/Solo of the Year
  • 2012 KBS World Radio Awards: Best Korean Band/Solo of the Year
  • Nominated M Countdown 10th Anniversary: 2006 Favorite Song of the Year: “Snow Prince”
  • Pending M Countdown 10th Anniversary: Best MC


Not only has the group received major awards in some music festival awarding, but SS501 also received several wins on Korea’s televised music shows such as Inkigayo which is aired on SBS, M! Countdown on Korean cable channel Mnet, and Music Bank on KBS. Here are the list!

Music Bank

Year Date Song
2009 13 November “Love Like This”
29 November
2010 11 June “Love Ya”
18 June


Year Date Song
2007 7 January “4 Chance”
28 January
4 February
2008 20 April “Deja Vu”
2009 11 January “U R Man”
2009 22 November “Love Like This”

M! Countdown

Year Date Song
2005 15 September “Never Again”
2006 5 January “Snow Prince”
19 January
2007 18 January “4 Chance”
1 February
2009 8 January “U R Man”
15 January

Show Music Tank (currently Show Champion)

Year Date Song
2006 18 February “Snow Prince”
2007 6 January “4 Chance”
20 January



Since leaving DSP Entertainment in 2010 and releasing their last album, Destination, that same year, SS501 is on hiatus from their activities. Even though there’s never been a statement about their disbandment, neither do they do any new group activity. Since the group is on hiatus, the members currently have their own activities.

Kim Hyun-joong joined KeyEast and started promoting, both as an actor and singer. His first acting project was the Korean drama Playful Kiss, that broadcast on MBC in September, 2010. In that drama, he played the leading role of Baek Seung-Jo. He then released his debut solo album, Break Down, on June 8, 2011, and it exceeded 70,000 pre-ordered copies in ten days. The album received a very impressive response as it was certified gold in Korea and was certified platinum in Taiwan. The album also ranked at #1 in Oricon weekly foreign album charts. In May, 2015, Kim Hyun-joong officially enlisted for his mandatory military service.

Heo Young-saeng and Kim Kyu-jong held a joint fan meeting, Kim Kyu-jong & Heo Young-saeng Story In Seoul on December 4, which continued to Hong Kong, Japan and other countries across Asia. Heo Young-saeng was scheduled to launch his solo singing career on April 28, 2011, but had to postpone it he tore some ligaments on his right hand during dance practice. His solo debut was with the mini album, Let It Go, which was released on May 12, 2011, featuring with Kim Kyu-jong and Hyuna of the girl-group 4minute.

The album ranked at number one on Gaon’s album chart for the week starting on May 8, 2011. Not satisfied in the career as a solo singer, he made his theatrical musical debut in The Three Musketeers in November and December. After that, on December 28, just before the end of the year, Heo released a soundtrack song entitled “The Words On My Lips” for a Korean drama, Fermented Family.

Then, in 2012, Heo joined the cast of I Need a Fairy (or Sent From Heaven), a KBS2 sitcom, in episode 23, playing the role of Heo Young Saeng/Kaki. A month later, he released a soundtrack for the drama Love Song. Heo Young-Saeng enlisted in the army on October 31, 2013. After serving his mandatory military service as a police officer, he was discharged on July 30, 2015.

Kim Kyu-jong made his musical debut in Goong: Musical, playing the lead role of Crown Prince Lee Shin, in Kyoto, Japan, from June 11 to July 1. He debuted as a solo artist in September, 2011, with mini album Turn Me On. The album features rap by Heo Young-saeng in the dance track “My Love”, and Yang Jiwon of Spica in the Yesterday music video.

On July 23, Kim reported to the recruit training center of the 35th division in Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, for four weeks of basic training. They further explained that he was originally exempted because he was a hepatitis B carrier. However, since there was a change in the conscription law, he was eligible to serve non-active duty as a public service worker. On July 18, Kim released a limited edition, and, later on, a normal edition, mini-album Meet Me Again, dedicated to his fans before his enlistment.

Park Jung-min’s comeback single, Not Alone, was originally planned to be released on November 25, 2010, but was pushed back to January 20, 2011. He subsequently released his first mini-album, The, Park Jung Min, on April 1, 2011. Park was cast in a Japanese musical Bonds Of Boys as an exchange student from November 18 to 23, 2011. He also expanded his experience in acting by being cast in the Japanese drama, Love Song in August. He contributed to KBS2’s The Princess’ Man‘s OST in August, where he sang “Missing You”, composed by Park Jung Wook.

Kim Hyung-jun signed with Avex Entertainment for his Japanese activities in January 2011. On March 8, 2011, Kim finally released his debut solo mini album, My Girl, with music videos for the two lead tracks “oH! aH!” and “Girl”, in which Park Jung-min visited him during the music video shoot for the latter.

A Japanese version was released on April 6, 2011, with two bonus tracks of Japanese versions of the two lead tracks. On July 27, Kim released his first Japanese single, Long Night. In October, 2011, Kim made his theater debut in the romantic comedy musical Caffeine, where he played as a barista. After his acting debut on Black City, Kim starred in his first main lead role in the KBS romantic comedy series, My Shining Girl in March, playing the role of “Kang-min”.