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There’s a Romantic Korean Drama, Here Are 5 Iconic KDrama Soundtracks that Makes Your Head ring.

In addition to a slick story coupled with the charming acting of the actors and actresses, Korean dramas also cannot be separated from the original soundtrack (OST), making the audience feel the story presented.
When listening to the soundtrack, the audience can imagine the story or footage in the drama. It can be romantic Korean dramas, comedies to dramas with sad endings.
Here are five iconic Korean drama soundtracks that can make your head ring. There are romantic Korean dramas too!
1. Always – Yoon Mirae (Descendants of The Sun)
This popular romantic Korean drama that aired in early 2016 has an OST that is no less popular. One of them is the first OST entitled “Always,” sung by Yoon Mirae.
This mellow song is guaranteed to make you confused and carried away when you see Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo’s acting.
2. Stay With Me – Chanyeol EXO ft Punch (Goblin)
The fantasy drama Goblin, which many Korean drama lovers have loved, also has a main OST, “Stay With Me.”
The song from the duet of EXO’s Chanyeol and the female soloist Punch produces a unique blend.
Punch sings it in a soft tone that can evoke a sad atmosphere. Meanwhile, Chanyeol showed his rapping skills.
3. We All Lie – Han Jin (Sky Castle)
We All Lie, performed by female soloist Han Jin, adds to the impression of the life story of four wealthy families.
This song also won the OST Award at the 2019 Korea Drama Awards.
Previously, many netizens criticized that the song was the result of plagiarism by American singer Bea Miller with the title “To the Grave” because of the resemblance. However, Sky Castle confirmed it was not plagiarism.
4. A Poem Titled You – SNSD’s Taeyeon (Hotel Del Luna)
SNSD’s Taeyeon sang the OST entitled “A Poem Titled You” in the drama Hotel Del Luna.
This is Taeyeon’s first OST song after last singing for the drama Scarlet Heart: Goryeo in 2016.
Approximately three hours after its release on July 21, 2019, this song topped the charts in South Korea, such as Bugs, Genie, Naver, Soribada, and Melon.
5. I Give You My Heart – IU (Crash Landing On You)
An OST from the Korean drama Crash Landing On You is sung by talented artist IU.
Released on February 15, 2020, the song quickly topped the real-time charts in South Korea.
On February 17, at around 14:30 local time, IU became the second singer to break the all-kill record.
All-kill is obtained if the real-time and daily charts on music streaming applications Melon, Genie, Bugs, and Soribada, as well as Flo and iChart, reach number one.
The first singer to get an all-kill was Zico with the song “Any Song.”



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