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Psy 6 Six Rules , Part 1

Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1
EP by
ReleasedJuly 15, 2012
Psy chronology
Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1
Chiljip Psy-da
Singles from Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1
  1. "Gangnam Style ( )"
    Released: July 15, 2012

Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1 (Korean 6? Part 1; RRSsai Yukgap Part 1) is an extended play[1] of South Korean pop rapper Psy, and is his sixth major album release. It was released on July 15, 2012, the same day "Gangnam Style" was released as the lead single. The EP has sold 106,594 copies in South Korea.

Part 2 was announced to be released in March 2013.[2]Part 2 would include his single "Korea" and all of the songs from his remix and live albums.[] As of September 2019, it has yet to be released.

Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1 was released in a tin that had a fishbowl-like appearance. Inside the tin is a card that contains the album artwork, cards which contain artwork and lyrics for each of the songs (the artwork for "Gangnam Style" was different from the Germany-released single's art), a card for the credits, two cards of advertising from YG Entertainment and the CD. The whole ensemble is packaged in a white box printed with information.

Track listing

CD and digital download[1]
1."Blue/Tree Frog" (?; Cheong-gaeguri, featuring G-Dragon of Big Bang)3:27
2."Passionate Goodbye" ( ; Tteugeoun Annyeong, featuring Sung Si-kyung)
  • You Hee-yeol
  • Kim Tae-hoon
3."Gangnam Style" ( ; Gangnam Seutail)Psy
  • Psy
  • Yoo Gun-hyung
4."Year of 77" (77; Chilchilhakgaeron, featuring Leessang and Kim Jin-pyo)
  • Psy
  • Yoo Gun-hyung
5."What Would Have Been?" (?; Eottaesseulkka, featuring Lena Park and IU (singer))Psy
  • Psy
  • Yoo Gun-hyung
6."Never Say Goodbye" (featuring Yoon Do-hyun)Psy
  • Psy
  • Yoo Gun-hyung
Total length:22:37
  • Track 2 is a remake of the song under the same title, which was originally performed by South Korean one-man project band Toy, from their sixth studio album Thank You released in 2007.[3][4]
  • The title of track 4 literally means "Seventy-Seven 101".

Chart performance

Album chart

Chart Peak
Japan Oricon weekly albums[5][A] 92
South Korea Gaon Weekly album chart[6] 1
South Korea Gaon Monthly album chart[6] 5
South Korea Gaon Yearly album chart[6] 15
  • ^ Sales come from the South Korean imported version.

Other songs charted

Song Peak chart position
Gaon Chart[6] K-Pop Billboard[7]
"Passionate Goodbye" 4 6
"What Would Have Been?" 9 7
"Blue/Tree Frog" 9 17
"Year of 77" 10 13
"Never Say Goodbye" 14 29

Sales and certifications

Chart Sales
Gaon physical[8]

106,594 (2012)
20,283 (2013)

Cover versions

  • South Korean recording artist Roy Kim covered "Blue/Tree Frog" (Korean?; RRCheong-gaeguri) on the eleventh episode of Mnet's talent competition series Superstar K4, where he was crowned the final winner of the show.[9]


Psy sampled Switch's I call your name (featuring Bobby DeBarge) (from the album Switch II) for his track "Year of 77" (77; Chilchilhakgaeron, featuring Leessang and Kim Jin-pyo). This sample contains vocals from that song.


  1. ^ a b "PSY 6? (Six Rules), Pt. 1 - EP by PSY". iTunes Store. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "PSY Wants Tom Cruise to Go 'Gangnam Style', Talks 2013 Album". Billboard. November 28, 2012. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ Jang, Yeon-joo (July 23, 2012). ""? " (""I Feel Bewildered at Responses as Enthusiastic as When I Debuted"")". The Korean Herald (in Korean). Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ "iTunes - Music - Thank You by Toy". iTunes Store. Retrieved 2015.
  5. ^ "?you" [Oricon Ranking Information Service "You Big Tree"]. Oricon. Retrieved 2012. (subscription only)
  6. ^ a b c d "Gaon Search - PSY" (in Korean). Gaon. Retrieved 2012.
  7. ^ "Korea K-Pop Hot 100 Music Chart". Billboard. September 1, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  8. ^ "Gaon album chart". Gaon (in Korean). Retrieved 2012.
  9. ^ Mnet (October 26, 2012). "?K 4 - [?K4] - ?@?K4 11?" (YouTube).

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