Will INFINITE be the New OST 'Trend Idol'? First Attempt with Sitcom 'What's a Mother Anyways'

By Staff Writer | September 07, 2012 12:46 AM EDT

Will INFINITE be the New OST 'Trend Idol'?...First Attempt with Sitcom "What's a Mother Anyways"
Will INFINITE be the New OST 'Trend Idol'?...First Attempt with Sitcom "What's a Mother Anyways" (Photo : d)

Idol group INFINITE will be making their first attempt at an OST for a drama.

According to their agency, INFINITE will be singing an OST for the new MBC sitcom, "What's a Mother Anyways."

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This is their first OST attempt since debut and many are anticipating their song as they have been known for their great vocals and amazing stage performance.

INFINITE was requested by the producers of the sitcom and the two sides have been working together to create this song.

An official commented, "Since they have been away for foreign activities, we thought this would be a great way to have them be a bit closer to the fans at home."

INFINITE has recently won the 'triple crown' with their new song, "Chaser." Their summer concert, "That Summer" was also a sold out concert.

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