'To the Beautiful You' OST Will Be Officially Released on September 19
By Staff Writer | September 18, 2012 02:45 PM EDT
SBS Weds/Thurs drama "To the Beautiful You" OST will go on sale beginning on September 19.
The official album will include the ten songs that have already been released as singles on different music websites and 15 other instrumental songs. The reviews are of the general opinion that listening to it will give you a definite sense of the mood of the drama.
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OST includes songs from many SM Entertainment members like The Grace's Dana, Super Junior's K.R.Y, Kyuhyun, Girls Generation's Taeyeon, Jessica, Tiffany, Sunny, SHINee's Onew, Taemin, f(x)'s Luna, Krystal and J-Min. They expect that the fans will be satisfied because of the variety of the genres of music that make it more interesting to listen to.
A new song by SHINee's Taemin will be released on Tuesday. Jessica and Krystal duet song "Butterfly," and Taeyeon's "Closer" is still incredibly popular. Kyuhyun and Tiffany sang a duet entitled "To the Beautiful You," which is of very high quality.
"To the Beautiful You" deals with a love story between a national level high jumper and a girl who disguises herself as a boy in order to get closer to the athlete of her dreams.
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