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PostSubject: SS501 - BIOGRAPHY   SS501 - BIOGRAPHY EmptyThu Jan 28, 2010 8:02 pm

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SS501 (pronounced as Double-S 501) is a South Korean boy band under management of Daesung Entertainment, also known as DSP Entertainment.

Kim Hyun Joong (Korean: (김현중); Hanja: 金賢重; Japanese: キム・ヒョンジュン)
Heo Young Saeng (Korean: (허영생); Hanja: 許永生; Japanese: ホ・ヨンセン)
Kim Kyu Jong (Korean: (김규종); Hanja: 金圭鐘; Japanese: キム・ギュジョン)
Park Jung Min (Korean: (박정민); Hanja: 朴政玟; Japanese: パク・ジョンミン)
Kim Hyung Joon (Korean: (김형준); Hanja: 金亨俊; Japanese: キム・ヒョンジュン)

They debuted in 2005 with their first single “경고” (Warning), with a second single “Snow Prince” released in late 2005. The group was inactive in Korea for most of 2006, although they had a fan meeting in Japan in April. The hiatus was due to Heo Young Saeng’s throat condition which required surgery, thus resulting in a need for time to fully recover… Around July - September 2006, they held their first concert, “Step Up Concert” in Osaka, Japan. In late 2006, they returned to Korea in order to promote their first full album, which was released on November 10. Singles from the album included “Unlock” and “Four Chance”. As well as promoting the album on various variety and music shows, they also filmed a show on MNet called SOS. On their 600th day (January 28, 2007), they won the Mutizen award from SBS Inki Gayo for their song “Four Chance”. As of 2007 they are planning to release an album in Japan (presumably in Japanese) sometime in the future and eventual releases may include a Thai version.

Later in 2007, the group debuted in the Japanese market. A Japanese fanclub has been established with the name of “Triple S Japan”; it officially debuted on March 25, 2007, when SS501 will had first official meeting with the group. In Korea, their fan club members number around 41,700[citation needed]. The group had a Japanese single “Kokoro”, which had multiple versions, including one with all members and five others featuring the members individually. The single debuted at #5 on the Oricon chart.[citation needed] A full album was released later in the year.

In 2008, SS501 returned to Korea with their single Deja Vu released on March 8, 2008. The title track was the first song to be promoted, and they started their comeback on music channel M.Net’s M Countdown.After success with their single “Deja Vu”, they began to promote their second single, “A Song Calling For You”. They performed their Goodbye Stage on Music Bank on June 6th, 2008, to return to Japanese activities.

SS501 member Kim Hyun Joong was cast as the F4 member ’Hanazawa Rui’ in the Korean version of ’Hana Yori Dango’, also known as ’Boys Before Flowers’, which is scheduled to be broadcast via KBS 2TV in the first half of 2009 with a total of 24 episodes. According to an official from Group Eight, the production house in charge of the drama, Kim Hyun Joong was selected to play Rui, Ji Hoo (Korean ver.), because he was deemed suited for the character. The decision was based on his performance in the MBC program “We Got Married” where Kim Hyun Joong is being coupled with singer Hwangbo.

On October 2, 2008, an official announcement confirmed Hyun Joong as part of the cast for ‘Hana Yori Dango’.

Due to two of the members’ busy schedules, Jungmin performing in a musical and Hyun Joong filming a drama, SS501’s album, originally due for release in late 2008, was to be pushed back to April 2009. Instead, a subgroup SS501 was formed, known as Triple S (They decided to use the same name.) With the remaining members and a mini album UR Man released on November 25, 2008.

The original group, with all five members, is scheduled to debut in late April 2009.

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