Heyne To Sing ‘Let’s Eat’ OST
By Staff Writer | January 31, 2014 03:55 AM EST
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The January 30th broadcast of tvN drama "Let's Eat" was the show's 10th episode. Heyne has been busy with her 2nd digital album LOVE007 activities, following her debut digital single album, "It's Different" and has been the buzz because of her unique voice. She sang the OST "Don't Do This" (translated title) for the drama.
Heyne's OST was written by Naver webtoon artist Hong Seung Pyo. The song was composed by Indie Band Fighting Daddy leader Shim Jae Woong. The song has a rhythmical and refreshing melody line, and Heyne's added unique tone is definitely a plus to the song. It's even been said that her unique voice has contributed to the drama's feel.
Lee Soo Kyung, Yoon Doojoon, Yoon So Hee, and Shim Hyung Tak appear in "Let's Eat," which is the story of 4 men and women's business and romance life. They build relationships with each other through food, which help many viewers relate. It airs every Thursday on tvN, and began airing on November 28th of last year. It shows the characters eating different kinds of food, especially four different kinds on the 10th episode that includes sushi and noodles. The drama has been showing 1~2% viewing rate, which is pretty high for a cable TV drama.
FeelDog of the Korean male group, Big Star, is set to appear in this drama, as the love interest of Yoon So Hee.
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