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MC the Max Releases “Looking At You” Music Video from “Birth of a Beauty” Soundtrack

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MC the Max has released a music video for the song “Looking At You.“ The song is taken from the soundtrack of SBS’ weekend drama series “Birth of a Beauty.”

The track is the fourth to be released from the “Birth of a Beauty” soundtrack. Other artists who have contributed music for the series include SHINee member Jonghyun, as well as Gemini and Lee Haena.

The music video is made up of clips from scenes taken from the drama, and especially scenes featuring Joo Sang Wook, one of the main actors in the series. The song is a slow, emotive ballad with an acoustic guitar accompaniment.

MC the Max also contributed a song to the soundtrack of hit drama “It’s Okay, That’s Love” earlier this year

K-Drama OST Roundup: Tiger JK Lends His Voice To The ‘Pinocchio’ Soundtrack With ‘First Love’

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Tiger JK appears on part one of the "Pinocchio" soundtrack.

Tiger JK has appeared on his first drama soundtrack with the song “First Love.” “First Love” is a midtempo hip-hop track which features vocals from Punch. The song was released on November 20 on part one of the “Pinocchio” soundtrack.


“Pinocchio” stars Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye as rookie investigative reporters. The drama kicked off last week with the back story of Choi Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk), an unlikely genius who is nicknamed All-Zero as a reflection of his school grades.Park Shin Hye portrays In Ha, a girl who struggles with the fictitious ailment known as Pinocchio Syndrome, which forces people to hiccup whenever they tell a lie

Web Drama ‘Love Cell’ Releases Soundtrack

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The online portal site Naver"s web drama "Love Cell," which premiered last week on November 2, 2014, shared its soundtrack, including the main actress Kim Yoo Jung"s song. Actress Kim Yoo Jung, who in the recently premiered fantasy romantic comedy web drama "Love Cell" plays the main character Nebi, sang the soundtrack called "I Love So Much" for the drama. The popular composer Kim Jin Ho, who composed many hit songs in k-pop, wrote the song for the web drama. Kim Yoo Jung sang the song with the guitar melody. The fantasy romantic comedy web drama "Love Cell," starring top actors such as Kim Woo Bin and Jang Hyuk, tells a story of a kitten called Nebi, played by actress Kim Yoo Jung, who has a "love DNA cell." The kitten tries to help the timid boy Ma Dae Choong, played by actor Park Sun Ho, achieve his one sided romance for the top star Suh Rin, played by actress Nam Ji Hyun

Kim Yoo Jung Sings Soundtrack of Web Drama ‘Love Cell’

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The online portal site Naver"s web drama "Love Cell," which premiered last week on November 2, 2014, shared its soundtrack. Actress Kim Yoo Jung, who in the recently premiered fantasy romantic comedy web drama "Love Cell" plays the main character Nebi, sang the soundtrack called "I Love So Much" for the drama. The popular composer Kim Jin Ho, who composed many hit songs in k-pop, wrote the song for the web drama. Kim Yoo Jung sang the song with the guitar melody. The fantasy romantic comedy web drama "Love Cell," starring top actors such as Kim Woo Bin and Jang Hyuk, tells a story of a kitten called Nebi, played by actress Kim Yoo Jung, who has a "love DNA cell." The kitten tries to help the timid boy Ma Dae Choong, played by actor Park Sun Ho, achieve his one sided romance for the top star Suh Rin, played by actress Nam Ji Hyun

EXO D.O Sings ‘Scream’ For The ‘Cart’ Original Soundtrack

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(Photo : Cart ) D.O appears on the soundtrack for his film "Cart."

EXO’s D.O (Do Kyung Soo) appears on the original soundtrack for his film “Cart.” Part one of the soundtrack was digitially released on November 3 and features the EXO member on the mournful track ‘Scream.’


“Cart” marks the film debut for D.O who previously won over audiences as Kang Woo, the schizophrenic alternate personality of writer Jang Jae Yeol in the hit drama “It’s Okay, That’s Love.” D.O portrays Choi Tae Young, a supporting role in the film.

On “Scream,” D.O demonstrates his potential as a solo artist, who has developed a deeper emotional range which extends into his vocal performance

K-Drama OST Roundup: f(x) Krystal Sings For 'My Lovely Girl' Soundtrack

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(Photo : SBS ) Krystal lends her voice to the "My Lovely Girl" soundtrack.

Krystal of SM Entertainment’s f(x) delivers the stirring track “All of a Sudden” which is also Romanized as "On the Verge of Tears" for part two of the “My Lovely Girl” soundtrack.


“My Lovely Girl” is set in the fictitious agency ANA Entertainment. Krystal portrays Yoon Se Na, a unlikely trainee whose deceased sister dated acclaimed songwriter Lee Hyun Wook.

Rain is Lee Hyun Wook, the grieving producer/songwriter who takes on the task of introducing Se Na to the harsh realities of the entertainment industry.

As the drama is set within the entertainment industry, the cast is predominantly comprised of idols. Korean critics have questioned this casting which also includes INFINITE’s L and Hoya

Block B to Release a Fusion Hip-Hop Track for “Secret Door” Soundtrack

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Boy group Block B will be releasing a fusion hip-hop track for upcoming historical drama “Secret Door.”

A representative of the drama released that “Block B will contribute to the part one of ‘Secret Door’ OST to help the suspense of the story development in the drama.”

Block B’s soundtrack single for “Secret Door” will be a fusion hip-hop track with majestic string arrangements and a mix of traditional sounds. Block B member P.O has paid special attention to the song, contributing to the lyrics of the song.

The score for the soundtrack of “Secret Door” will be produced by famous film soundtrack composer Mowg, known for works on movies like “The Fatal Encounter,” “Hwayi,” and “The Masquerade

Lyn Gets Royalty Treatment in China for “My Love from the Stars” Soundtrack

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On a recent episode of “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook,” singer Lyn appeared as a guest and sang the popular soundtrack for “My Love from the Stars,” “My Destiny.” She revealed that the soundtrack is gaining as much popularity as the drama itself. She became the first Korean female ballad singer to debut in China. She also revealed that she received royalty treatment while she was there.

In other news, Lyn also sang her newest track, “Thank You My Dear,” which has been known to be a song for her husband-to-be Lee Soo. The track was made by Lyn two years ago, expressing her feelings towards her boyfriend. Two years later Lee Soo finally heard it, and it’s been reported that he showed tears while he listened to it

11 Heartwrenching K-Drama Soundtrack OST That You’ll Love

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Every K-drama has one, the official soundtrack (OST) that you can’t get out of your head. These songs have spawned a thousand fan made music videos on YouTube, and some people (not naming names, but okay, me) may listen to their favorites on an infinite loop at work, much to the confusion of their uninitiated coworkers. Compiled below is an unofficial OST Must-Have List: Heartbreak Edition.

Feeling like you and your soul-mate are being ripped apart by time/circumstance/evil parents/evil step-parents? Have you lost something you can’t replace, like true love, or whole weekends spent binge watching K-dramas? Whatever the cause of your heartache, these songs are made for you. So sit back and turn up the volume so no one will hear you cry, or sing, along.

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K-Drama OST Roundup: Melody Day Sings For The ‘Fated To Love You’ Soundtrack

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(Photo : SBS, MBC) Melody Day sings for "Fated to Love You," while "I Feel You" appears on the "It"s Okay, That"s Love" soundtrack.

K-Pop trio Melody Day lend their voices to part seven of the “Fated to Love You” original soundtrack, as the drama draws to a close.

“Fated to Love You” utilized whimsical plot elements to present a unique adaptation of the 2008 Taiwanese hit drama.


“You’re My Everything” captures the emotionality of the lead in to the penultimate episode , as Lee Gun (Jang Hyuk) and Ellie Kim (Jang Na Ra) attempt to decide if they are truly destined to be together.

“It’s Okay, That’s Love” continues to deliver a non-judgemental approach to mental illness while embracing those who are phobic of falling in love

‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’ OST soundtrack is released

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" OST soundtrack volume 1 is officially released today.

The soundtrack album of the popular SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" was released today. Popular singers such as EXO Chen, Hwi Sung, and Hong Dae Kwang participated in making the album. In this first volume of the drama OST soundtrack album, there are six songs in addition to the 11 BGM songs. The songs depicted the romantic feelings detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung, and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, feel for each other. The album was released online today, and is going to be available for sale in stores tomorrow. In related news, the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin

Kim Tae Woo to Lend His Voice for First “The Night Watchman” Soundtrack

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On August 5, Kim Tae Woo will release the first soundtrack for the MBC drama “The Night Watchman.” The song is called “Because It’s You,” and it expresses gratitude to a lover that chose them (in the point of view of the singer) among all of the people in the world.

The song enhances Kim Tae Woo’s soft yet unique voice. His serenade is expected to bring about the emotions of nervousness and bliss that lovers experience in the beginning of a relationship. The news of a new soundtrack by Kim Tae Woo is raising a lot of expectations since he has sung for many hit dramas including “A Gentleman’s Dignity,” “The Feast of the Gods,” and “Personal Taste” among others.

Meanwhile, “The Night Watchman” is a fantasy drama that takes place in the Joseon era

'Make Your Move' soundtrack featuring TVXQ, Girls' Generation, EXO's Kris, f, and more released in Korea

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The full OST to BoA"s "Make Your Move" has been released in Korea for the upcoming movie premiere.


The track has 15 songs, including songs that TVXQ, Girls" Generation, f(x), and EXO"s Kris sang. Because "Make Your Move" focuses heavily on dancing, the music backtrack is also incredibly important to the movie. 


SEE ALSO: EXO to kick off their first solo concert in Seoul next month


TVXQ sang "Runnin" on Empty", a pop R&B song. Girls" Generation lent their voices for "Cheap Creeper", an urban style dance song. As for the song "Say Yes" it"s by Jessica and Krystal that features EXO"s Kris, and is a song that combines accordion with Korean traditional instruments

SM Entertainment Releases “Let Me In” MV from “Make Your Move” Soundtrack

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SM Entertainment just released the music video for “Let Me In,” a song off the soundtrack of upcoming movie “Make Your Move.” The film is scheduled for release on April 18. What will truly amaze you when you watch the music video is that Derek Hough has a fairly impressive set of vocals! With “Let Me In,” Derek Hough proved that he not only can dance - but sing, compose AND write lyrics!

The music video features a montage of romantic and sizzling bits from the movie, “Make Your Move,” between singer BoA and Derek Hough, who are sort-of star-crossed lovers from rival dance groups, falling head-over-heels for each other. Other scenes show Derek Hough strumming an acoustic guitar at the studio and working with Michael Corcoran and Eric Goldman, who also had a hand in writing the lyrics for “Let Me In

Singer Lyn Is Invited to Chinese “QQ Music Awards” to Perform “Man From The Stars” Soundtrack “My Destiny”

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Singer Lyn has been invited to sing her song “My Destiny,” a song very much adored from the popular drama “Man From The Stars,” at the Chinese music awards “QQ Music Awards.” The singer will thus appear on the Chinese stage on the coming March 27.

The Chinese “QQ Music Awards” is an awards show derived from its online music website “QQ Music.”

Even after the ending of the drama, Lyn’s “My Destiny” reached the number one spot on the iTunes website of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, and among the top five in Malaysia, and Singapore’s music websites as well.

On speaking about her invitation, the singer’s agency representative spoke, “Many Chinese fans seem to love Lyn’s ‘My Destiny.’ As well as being a very popular singer domestically, we feel honored on receiving the invitation and on being so well-loved by our Chinese fans as well