Promise to Promise

I’ve been racking my brain thinking why am I not familiar with this song?! I know all SS501 songs and to which album it belongs to. So I found a video and listened to it…finally found out the reason I’m not familiar with it! Its a Japanese song! I don’t like Japanese songs and don’t listen to it! The only Japanese album I listened to was the 1st one and that’s because its their 1st.

Promise to Promise


11/22 [trans] Double S 301 “We want to reunite just like Sechskies hyungs” — Quainte501

Credits : ( + (English Translation) xiaochu @ & REPOST WITH FULL CREDITS ONLY SS501 was put up to their brilliant prime time as the 2nd generation boyband as soon as they debuted. Despite numerous twists and turns during their hiatus period of 7 years, they are back with an even more […]

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SS301 Releases Comeback Details & Concept Photos — Sweet Sweet Kpop

SS301 is officially coming back in December! “Eternal 0” and “Eternal 1” are two different versions of their comeback mini album, “REMOVE,” and will be the conclusion to their “Eternal” series. The album consists of 5 tracks: “Remove,” “La La La,” “My You,” “Luv With U,” and “My Universe.” Member Youngsaeng even wrote and produced the […]

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The Top Ten Best Songs by SS501

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Top Ten Best Songs By SS501SS501 was DSP Media’s juggernaut boy group in the mid to late 00’s. Along with groups like TVXQ, Shinhwa, Super Junior and Bigbang, they’re responsible for writing the template of modern k-pop, but unlike those other groups, I feel like they don’t often get as much recognition as they deserve. Leaving behind a stellar kpop discography, SS501 released their last single as a group in 2010. Since then, members have gone on to solo careers and sub-unit Double S 301 promises to come back next week for their eleventh anniversary. That makes it the perfect time to look back at their ten best title tracks!

10. Snow Prince (2005)

A classically cheesy boyband pastiche, complete with swelling chorus and chintzy dance-pop beat. But none of this is a bad thing!

9. U R Man (2009)

U R Man presented a newly matured sound, highlighted by its layered chorus and repeating, ever-heightened key…

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