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BEAST Supports Drama 'Big' With OST Song 'Ugly Person'

By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 11:27 PM EDT

BEAST Supports Drama 'Big' With OST Song 'Ugly Person'
BEAST will be begin their comeback stage at the end of June. (Photo : KBS)

KBS drama ‘Big’ featuring Gong Yoo and Lee Min Jung will be receiving the support of idol group BEAST as they participated as the second singer for the ‘Big’ OST.

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Although BEAST’s upcoming comeback is set for late June, they released the ‘Big’ OST ‘Ugly Person’ on June 11. This song features an upbeat tempo which matches well with the theme of the drama. The song's fun lyrics also flow with the fresh acoustic sounds of the guitar.

BEAST commented, "We are happy to show a new side of BEAST through this new song. We are really enjoying the drama so far. Please support the drama as well as our comeback stage in June!"

The drama ‘Big’ is a fun and quirky story of a high school boy trapped in the body of an engaged man. This drama airs every Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:55 PM KST.


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