“Feast of the Gods” OST by Lee Seung Chul hits #1 on Music Charts
By Staff Writer | February 19, 2012 05:15 PM EST
OST maker Lee Seung Chul has done it again.
"Have you forgotten me?" which is the OST of the new MBC drama "Feast of the Gods" climbed up to #1 swiftly after its release.
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This is Lee Seung Chul's first drama soundtrack after "That person" of the drama "Kim Tak Goo." Many of his previous soundtracks have dominated music charts after their release such as the song "Are you listening" from the drama "East of Eden" and "There is none like you" from the movie "A Story sadder than sadness."
Many speculate that it is Lee Seung Chul's deeply emotional voice which goes well with the atmosphere of many dramas. Lee Seung Chul had allegedly turned down the offers for the recent drama soundtrack but took on the job after numerous persistent requests from the drama staff.
Lee is currently residing in Chad for a community service project. He expressed curiosity about the song saying that he is unable to check out the responses himself due to the poor internet.
In Chad, Lee Seung chul is managing a school which had been initiated by the former Actor Park Yong Ha. On top of that, he is engaged in a medical project and is involved in several other community service teams. He is planning to establish ten schools in Africa during the upcoming decade.
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