Girls’ Generation, EXO, TVXQ, & F(x) To Be Featured On “Cobu 3D” Soundtrack
By Staff Writer | October 14, 2012 07:17 PM EDT
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At the Irvine, California based Hallyu convention, "KCON 2012", one of the booths displayed preview for the movie "Cobu 3D."
"Cobu 3D" tells the story of two star-crossed dancers who fall in love although their brothers have a rivalry over their underground dance clubs. SM Entertainment's BoA plays Aya alongside "Dancing with the Stars"' Derek Hough who will play Donny.
The booth playing the "Cobu 3D" trailer revealed that SM Entertainment will take a part in the soundtrack of movie, which will include three new English songs.
The booth revealed that one of the tracks to be featured on the movie soundtrack will be by Girls' Generation. The track is said to be called, "Cheap Creeper." "Cheap Creeper" is rumored to be a fast tempo English song that will include rapping from the 9-member girl group.
The booth also added that the second song from SM Entertainment will be called "Say Yes," another face paced song which will feature, EXO-M's leader Kris, Girls' Generation's Jessica and her younger sister, f(x)'s Krystal.
TVXQ will also be featured on the soundtrack with a new English song called, "Running on Empty."
"Say Yes" and a preview of "Cheap Creeper" can be heard below.
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