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Almost paradise: K-dramas and their OSTs

A drama’s OST, or original soundtrack, is a powerful player in dramaland. It has the ability to single-handedly make or break the show’s strongest and most powerful scenes. The soundtrack can either elicit more tears than you care to shed over parted lovers, thwarted lovers, and reunited lovers — or it can make you gag and hit fast-forward (or at least mute).

I’ve discovered two simple words that express the earth-shaking power of a drama’s soundtrack: almost paradise. And if you’ve seen Boys Before Flowers, you not only know exactly what I’m talking about, but the infamous T-Max song has already started playing in your head, and probably will continue to do so all week. You’re welcome.

What I’m getting at is that sometimes a drama’s soundtrack — and that one, specific overplayed theme song — eclipses the drama itself. One such offender that comes to mind is Changmin’s “Moment” from the Heirs OST. If ever there was an overused, hive-inducing song inserted into a drama, it was this one.

“Love is the mooooooment!” burst out so frequently anytime our leads were together that it became more troublesome than the drama’s actual antagonists. Did the confusing English phrasing make it better or worse? I’m still undecided. Love is the moment? For me, love is the moment when I hit the mute button with ninja-level speed.

Frequency of playback is also to blame for taking some nice drama soundtracks and turning them into abhorrent tunes I never want to hear again. I love the team behind Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food and One Spring Night, and they have a way of carefully curating songs that fit the tone of these dramas — but then they murder them by repeating the songs multiple times per episode. No exaggeration.

In One Spring Night, a leading character could not move from any location without the sudden burst of Rachel Yamagata’s “No Direction” to accompany them. It was okay the first few times, but soon it overpowered whatever was happening on screen. And in Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food it was more of the same. Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman? Yes. But sometimes it is also hard to be a K-drama watcher.

Something interesting about OSTs is that I find my reaction to them changes over the course of my drama watching. At first, it’s okay. A song like LYn’s “My Destiny” (of You From Another Star fame) is expected in such a drama. But by the time we’re on the fifth replay, it’s already starting to get to me. By the last episodes of the drama, I’m either making fun of it, or singing along in a hilarious voice (or maybe they’re one in the same?).

When the theme song is killed by overuse, it also kills whatever emotion the production team was hoping it would elicit. I can safely say I would have enjoyed You From Another Star just as much if that song were missing in action.

But here’s the funny part. After time passes, the nails-on-chalkboard reaction quiets. And if I hear the song again — in a clip, homage, or even a spoof — I feel a happy burst of drama nostalgia.

How can something that started out as egregious and annoying become something that can manifest nostalgia in a snap? Music is powerful. It carries us back to memories, places, people, emotions — even to K-dramas past.

Sometimes the nostalgia is just around the drama, as with You From Another Star. I’ll think fondly on the awesomeness of Jun Ji-hyun, the fashion and makeup crazes she sparked, and usually end this thought process with, “How is she so gorgeous?!”

But there’s a deeper nostalgia, too, and if we’re talking about the emotions brought on by the chorus of “Almost Paradise,” I’m whisked back to my first-ever K-drama — and to everything that was going on in my own life then, too.

Music can spark memories and emotions, but isn’t it amazing how it can make you remember things you don’t even remember remembering? This happens to me all the time in real life, when music brings me back to a certain chapter or circumstance in my life — but it happens in dramaland too.

I didn’t know there was a little filing cabinet in my brain for K-drama OSTs, but it seems there is. All I had to do was click on Yoonmirae’s “Always” and *whoosh* I was back in Uruk and thinking about that strangely romantic drama.

Soundtracks can be powerful tools of remembering, and while I’ve been picking on some particularly poor ones, there are many instances where the opposite is true. There are many OSTs that are so wonderful or special that they cause ripples of happiness whenever they are heard, long after the drama is over. Crush’s “Beautiful” from The Lonely Shining Goblin is one of those for me. It doesn’t matter where I am or what I’m doing — the second I hear that piano intro, I’ve stopped to listen.

The theme song from Healer is another one that makes me infectiously happy. It’s not just because I loved the drama so much, but there is something about “Eternal Love” that’s just epic. Is it the strings? The slow journey to the chorus? The total cheesiness? Either way, this is one drama OST that makes me want to jump on the couch instead of hide under it.

A more recent (but equally infectious) example is the use of VERIVERY’s “My Beauty” in the closing credits of Extraordinary You. There is nothing like finishing out a fantastic episode with a song that makes you love the world of the story even more — and then, like we were saying before, becomes synonymous with it. Because I can’t play “My Beauty” in my car without seeing the Stage and Shadow, and all those wonderful characters lined up in my mind’s eye.

But there’s another use of music in K-dramas that goes a step beyond the OST and theme song, and that’s the use of music within the world the drama. This is common for music-focused dramas, of which there are many, but none did it better for me than Shut Up: Flower Boy Band.

All these years later, Sung Joon singing “Wake Up” and “Today” still gut me as much as they did when I first watched the drama. These songs are as strong within the drama (as a part of the plot) are they are outside of it (as a part of the drama).

There are so many other examples of in-drama music that were particularly well-done, but one of my absolute meta-y favorites was the classical guitar song “Memories of the Alhambra” in the Hyun Bin drama of the same name. In a story that played with the line between reality and fiction, this song — and that eerie, almost mythical guitar playing — became more than a mere song. It signified the shift of boundaries, worlds, and all this time later I can’t hear it without looking over my shoulder and wondering who or what I’ll find there. (And sadly, no, it’s not Hyun Bin.)

While I’ve picked on a lot of the drama OSTs that have threatened to drive me crazy, the main point here is not my lack of patience for overpowering ballads, but the fact that music plays an important part in the drama experience. And though I might complain, when it comes down to it, I actually love them, because they’re an integral part of the K-drama package.

Whether it’s a catchy song that you can’t wait to hear at the closing credits, or a song that’s woven into the very fabric of the drama itself, music has the power to elevate a drama into pure magic. And if it doesn’t make magic, well, it still makes something memorable.

 
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I am probably the last person who should comment on a discussion of kdrama original sound tracks. Let me go out on a limb and put a plug in for the amazing OST for STRANGER/SECRET FOREST.
STRANGER's Wiki page lists as composers Kim Jun Seok and Jung Se Rin.

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If people were to ask what my favorite K-pop singer is I'd probably say Sondia - and I'd probably get confused looks in return. Sondia is the composer-singer of some of the best recent OST ballads, starting with 'Adult' from My Ajusshi (Mister) to most of the songs performed in the series 'When The Devil Calls Your Name', plus a lot of songs from 'Extraordinary You' and 'Secret Life of My Secretary' too. She's even got a song in the recent 'Black Dog'.

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I love my OSTs! Some that come to mind are:

Healer (instrumental theme song, Eternal Love, etc.)
Signal (The Road, 나는 너를 by Jeong Cha Sik, etc.)
My Love From Another Star (Tears Fallin Like Today, etc.)
Because This Life is My First (This Life, Marriage, etc.)
Kill Me, Heal Me (Auditory Hallucination)
Queen In Hyun’s Man (the instrumental one)
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Ju (You&I, From Now On)
Goblin (Stay With Me, Who Are You, Round and Round)
Reach of Sincerity (What If Love)
Just Between Lovers (Where We, I’ll Be There, Aurora, etc.)
A Moment at Eighteen (instrumentals, Moments, Nervous, Our Story, etc.)
Extraordinary You (My Beauty, the Stray Kids one)

Dramas I haven’t seen or haven’t finished:

Cheese in the Trap (I Am Love, Attraction)
Hotel Del Luna (Done for Me)
Mr. Sunshine (The Day, AND I, etc.)
My Country (instrumentals, Wild Road, Remember, Because It’s You)
Save me (환각 by The VANE)

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I have hardly seen anyone mentioning I am Love. It is my favorite OST from CITT but the rest of that show is great too. Your list of osts is pretty similar to mine so I'm guessing I'll also like the ones you mentioned but I haven't heard. Jbtw have you heard Jealousy Incarnate's OST?

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I don't believe I have. I'll check it out!

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That means you haven't really watched the show either. It actually has those osts that make you nostalgic about a particular scene. But they are good on their own too. Ra D's Lovesome and Suran's step step are my favorite but all others are good too. Jbtw Jealousy Incarnate is a great watch in itself if you plan to watch it anytime.

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The first OST track that comes to mind when talking about memorable soundtracks is "Goodbye My Love" by Ailee in Fated to Love You. I also loved the Goong instrumentals and Goblin's soundtrack. I'm sure there are others I enjoyed while watching other dramas but theses' are the ones that have stuck in my mind specifically to this day.

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Oh I love “Goodbye Love”. Ailee is just amazing! I love all her OST’s

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I got into drama BECAUSE of their OSTs. I swear sometimes I won't drop a drama just because the OST is THAT good. A few dramas that have all around amazing OSTs is namely: Goblin, While You Were Sleeping, Extraordinary You, Hotel Del Luna, My Mister, INAR, Cheese in The Trap , Just Between Lovers and Angel's Last Mission: Love. While some of these dramas are riddled with plot holes, I can't seem to hate them completely because of their OSTs. And When I mention OST i also mean the background music. A drama with notable background music is Come and Hug Me. You're so right about OSTs being noteworthy. I still tear up listening to Adult by Sonia from My Ahjussi!

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Come and Hug Me has probably one of the best instrumental /bgm OST along with Falling for Innocemce's bgm.

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YESSS!!!

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Scrolling the comment section and I'm suprised that no one mention the soundtrack from one of the classic : FULL HOUSE.

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Thank you for mentioning it! So many great songs from that soundtrack - Destiny/Fate, I Think I Love You, and that song by Lyn. And that song that was like "sha la la la" which wasn't in the official OST.

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I WAS PROBABLY LESS THAT 10 YEARS OLD WHEN I HEARD IT THE FIRST TIME. OVER A DECADE LATER, I REMEMBER THE CHORUS PERFECTLY

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Ooo..I love this topic. It's the reason I fell into K-drama trap.

I listened to the song first for a few times before it pulled me into the drama. My first kdrama experience of course Winter Sonata. I don't remember the song title or the singer but anyone will remember that song. It's been so long since I experienced this and recently it happened again with Beautiful Moment - K-Will. Just fall in love with the song then watched the drama. Though the drama has it flaw but I can endure it because of the song.

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I'm a fan of music in general and also love opening (credit) sequences of shows, so sometimes I especially enjoy the "theme" music of whatever show I'm watching and associate it with the program. An interesting tactic is when producers use the main theme of the show within the context of a particular episode, especially when it is not done regularly in the show. An example of this was the use of the main theme of "Let's Eat 2" late in the series, but here using the entire song and not just the initial snippet used in the opening credit sequence (it was in the amusement park scene). The implicit message was that the action in that scene had more than passing import – that it represented a main evolution in the life of our characters.

Also agree with other commenters that the OST of Hotel del Luna was particularly cinematic and elevated the overall look and feel of the show. And that I don't really need to hear "Stand By Your Man" again anytime soon.

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Damn it! Just seeing that title has Almost Paradise playing again in my head! VERIVERY's "My Beauty" was the perfect song for Extraordinary You. It always felt like you were on the precipice of something amazing and I'm always reminded me of that scene of Dan-Oh seeing Haru's face for the first time through the umbrella.

I don't know how but kdramas really do bring it with the soundtracks. They definitely gotten me to feel fond of dramas that I no longer like Secret Garden. The first line of Kim Bum Soo's "Appear" plays and I'm like "Kim Joo Wan's stalker behavior was cute!!"

I play the Korean OSTs channel on Pandora a lot so I encounter songs from dramas I haven't even watched, i.e. Love Rain's "Love Rain" and Legend of the Blue Sea's "If Only". Also a shoutout to Winter Sonata's "From the Beginning until Now"

I love seeing all the mentions here of so many of my favorite drama soundtracks. I've got to throw in a mention for My Girlfriend is a Gumiho's "Fox Rain", Come Back Ahjusshi's "X-Out", Arang and the Magistrate's "Fantasy", and "Fighter" from Fiery Priest. And the instrumentals from Nice Guy.

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omg, no idea there’s a Korean OST channel on Pandora 😮! Thank you very much!

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It's called Korean OSTs Radio. It doesn't have most of the favorites - mainly songs from the popular dramas from the last few years- but it's great at discovering new soundtracks!

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I got started on sageuks, so I love traditional instrumentation – and some that isn't, especially MC Sniper's rap pieces for dramas CHUNO ("minchoui nan"), ARANG AND THE MAGISTRATE ("Mask Dance"), and FAITH ("Bad Person").

Movie OSTs:

Lee Sun-hee: "Innyeon"/ "Destiny" from 2005 film THE KING AND THE CLOWN.

Ju Jin-mo, vocal and geomungo: "A Frozen Flower," title track of the 2008 movie and an old song from Goryeo.

CHUNHYANG (2000) Pansori is used to tell part of the Joseon folk tale.

MISS GRANNY (2014) Shim Eun-kyung sings her little heart out. Daebak!

ROCKIN’ ON HEAVEN’S DOOR (2013) Troubled idol does community service at a hospice and the rest is history. Lee Hong-ki stars.

SUNNY (2011) Vintage ‘80s music.

THE CLASSIC (2003)

Drama OSTs:

– Sageuks –

ARANG AND THE MAGISTRATE (2012)

BICHUNMOO (2008)

CHUNO (2010)

DAMO (2003)

FAITH / GREAT DOCTOR (2012)

JUMONG / PRINCE OF THE LEGEND (2006)

KINGDOM OF THE WINDS / LAND OF THE WIND (2006-2007)

NOKDU FLOWER (2019) Includes the rousing “Saeya, Saeya, Parangsaeya” / “Bird, Bird, Bluebird” by incomparable vocal quartet Forestella. Epic perfection.

PAINTER OF THE WIND / GARDEN OF THE WIND (2008)

REBEL: THIEF WHO STOLE THE PEOPLE (2017) Traditional music and dance, and rollicking modern tunes that make me want to run out and overthrow a tyrant. Includes a version of “Song of the Green Mountain.”

SIX FLYING DRAGONS (2015-2016) Includes “Muyiyiya” and “Song of Chungsan [Green Mountain].”

THE KING'S DAUGHTER, SOO BAEK HYANG (2013-2014) 2 vocal tracks of an ancient song dating to Baekje, which were played a lot; beautiful instrumental score & incidental music.

THE STORY OF THE FIRST KING'S FOUR GODS / LEGEND / TAE WANG SA SHIN GI (2007)

– Non-sageuks –

SIGNAL (2016) Music so daebak it made me watch the drama.

OH HAE-YOUNG AGAIN (2016) Great music paired with exquisite sound design.

LINGERIE GIRLS' GENERATION (2017) OST includes country rock Pt. 1: Jae Yoon (재윤) of SF9: “When We Meet Again” and Pt. 2: HONEYST (허니스트): “Like You” (반하겠어), who sadly disbanded in 2019. Terrific ‘60s-’70s BGM; I posted it on my fan wall when it aired, so it's way far down now.

SOUL MATE (2006) OST and BGM are exquisite in range of styles and emotions evoked.

COFFEE PRINCE (2007) Another drama whose OST and BGM are practically characters in their own right.

THE BEST HIT (2017)

LOVE RAIN (2012)

DRAMA SPECIAL SERIES: ADOLESCENCE MEDLEY / PUBERTY MEDLEY

SHUT UP FLOWER BOY BAND (2012) Eye Purification – ‘nuff said.

LOVE AFFAIRS IN THE AFTERNOON (2019) Lovely, low-key score in the same vein as CHOCOLATE’s.

YOUR HONOR / DEAR JUDGE (2018) Includes 2 lovely instrumental pieces based on the first movement of Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings, Op. 48. Exquisite. Check out Seji...

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YOUR HONOR / DEAR JUDGE (2018) Includes 2 lovely instrumental pieces based on the first movement of Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings, Op. 48. Exquisite. Check out Seji Ozawa conducting the Saito Kinen Orchestra for a taste.

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@pakalanapikake,
You bring back fond memories of YH fans doing detective work in order to identify that Tchaikovsky piece.

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@marcusnyc20 bong-soo,

I really, really like that first movement. And then I recognized the beginning of the second movement, too. ;-)

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@pakalanapikake,
That music was used in YOUR HONOR in the famous (for me anyway) scene in episode 24 where in the courtroom ‘fake’ Judge Han Soo-ho (Yoon Shi-yoon) lowers the boom on corrupt (and despicable) Prosecutor Hong Jung-soo (Heo Sung-tae) with the words “Prosecution! Listen up!”.

O/T I still burst out laughing every time I see HST in PSYCHOPATH DIARY yelling “hyungnim” and pawing over YSY.

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@marcusnyc20 bong-soo,
Ah, the boom-lowering music cue in YOUR HONOR...

I'm thoroughly enjoying Heo Sung-tae in PSYCHOPATH DIARY. After first seeing him in YOUR HONOR as the creeptastic prosecutor, it's a genuine delight to discover he's such a great comic actor. Jang Chil-sung is such a hopeless fanboy of Dong-shik, it's not funny. HST has been in a bunch of sageuk movies and dramas. Just last week or so I was surprised to recognize him in RAMPANT with Hyun Bin. (His first movie was MASQUERADE.)

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Because this is my first life has one of the best OST! All the songs from the drama are my favs! I love reading the recap of the show and have the songs playing in the background!

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The worst thing about falling in love with an AMAZING OST in a drama as soon as I hear the first line is finding out the full version is OST Part 10 or above.

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Too many iconic OSTs! I listen to them on my iPod from time to time and the feels certainly comeback.

It's hard to name my all time favourites; the list will go on. But I`m looking at my playlist now and if I were to name my top 5 today, this would be it:

Full House - Destiny - https://youtu.be/H6cjOMm1L-8
This was my first drama, so lots of feels come back when this song comes on.

Tazza - Reason - https://youtu.be/U053EzFMXbg?t=7
This is not a favourite drama, but Reason is that song I come back to time and time again and not get tired from listening. It's definitely got something to do with Bobby Kim's soothing voice too.

Boys Over Flowers - Something Happened To My Heart - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu9CiVQKhew
BOF had a lot of iconic OSTs to mention. Even if Almost Paradise was the most overused, it was something I had on ipod and used to listen to nonstop. This ballad remains a top BOF OST favourite for me.

Fated To Love You - Goodbye https://youtu.be/DRWyDl26Qt0?t=33
Ahhhh~ Fated To Love You had 3 OSTs I loved. I guess if I were to pick one among the three, it had to be Ailee's song. I still remember how song was being played out while Jang Nara was crying her heart out for her miscarriage. It hurt listening to this song and watching her cry like that.

Goong - Perhaps Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_Sn13FM1jE
Hated the drama adaptation. Loved the OST.

Interestingly enough these OSTs I listed were not from my favourite dramas, but they stood out for me all these years. Ask me again tomorrow, I`m sure this list will be different.

As for my 2019 favourite OSTs:

SKY Castle - We All Lie. Hands down the best OST in 2019 for me. I listen to it and the thrill of watching these families ruin their lives and Coach Kim comes back – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdDfuWJc9dA

Hotel del Luna – great songs, but my favourite is Done For Me. It’s so good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dtu5yGDttCw

Angel’s Last Mission: Love – awesome OST collection. I can’t decide which is my most favourite Oh My Angel or Stay or Pray. Maybe Pray cuz that took the longest to come out and I waited forever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UkwE_HkDu0

Moment at Eighteen - Moment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEcNhCfdpTY&t=14s

Search WWW - Search https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83McdMj9m1U

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One of my bookmarked songs on YouTube is, "I Love You Boy," from While You Were Sleeping. I also bookmarked the "Green Mountain Song," my favorite from Six Flying Dragons.

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Does anyone remember "Suddenly" by Kim Bo Kyung from City Hunter? I feel like it's one of those forgotten OSTs that were legendary when they came out, and as soon as you hear the first two seconds of the song in a random playlist, you're hit with the strongest nostalgia, get transported back to 2012, and it brings all the feels with it.

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Yup! Me and many others have mentioned the City Hunter Soundtrack. My favorites remain Suddenly , Lonely Day and It's Alright. In all honesty the last one is cringey but the other two somehow stand the test of time. They don't sound like most ballads in the 2010, 2011 ish time (especially Suddenly) rather more suiting to how osts are these days.

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The OST is every just as much the soul of a drama as the actors and scenography and often what I remember the most.

Chicago Typewriter had the best OST in terms of how well it fit. I didn't like all the songs (the falsetto comes to mind), but they really fit in so well. I also loved the soundtrack to the mini-series Hymn of death, especially So Hyang's "Only my heart knows". Jealousy Incarnate also comes to mind.

And since this year is my Chinese drama and novel year, I really have to mention;
"Upwards to the moon" from Ashes of Love,
"Never let you go" from Le Coup the Foudre and
"First seen snow" from Love By hypnotic.
2019 was a great year of musical delights.

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Oh I have so much love for Kdrama OSTs! Like the rest of you it brings back the feels I have for the show.
I have plethora of songs on my kdrama ost playlist but on the top of my head, these are the most memorable for me;

~ You're Beautiful - full album
~ Dream High - full album
~ Liar and his Lover - full album
~ Secret Garden - full album
~ Wake up - Shut up flower boyband
~ It has to be you - Cinderella Sister
~ Adult - My Ahjussi
~ Beautiful - Goblin
~ Perhaps Love - Goong
~ If - Hong gil dong
~ All for you - Reply 1997
~ All about you - Hotel del luna
~ She Is - My Name is Kim Sam Soon

This is an awesome article, made me go back and listen to my kdrama playlist. Time to rewatch! XD

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For me - the OST that captivated me was Spring Waltz. The songs and largely the instrumentals really gave off a Spring vibe - you could almost feel the breeze and hear the rustling leaves. Still one of my favourites - in its entirety - to this day.
Music indeed is powerful. Just the piano intro to From The Beginning Until Now or My Memory (Winter Sonata) conjures up falling snow, forests covered with a snow blanket and an imperceptible chill tingles.

Songs triggers reactions. If I am in the doldrums I have to listen to All For You - it perks me right up and I smile.
I love OSTs - some other favourites
Fondly, Goodbye - Sung Si Kyung (MDBC)
So Long - Paul Kim (HDL)
Remember Me - Gummy (HDL)
It Has to be You - Yesung (Cinderella's sister)
Think of You - Ha Sung Woon (HPL)
Maybe - Lee Have Ri (HPL)
Come Into My Heart - Park Seo Joon (Witch's Romance)
OK - I'll stop - this could go on forever!!! 😂

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All it takes is few seconds of "Lost" from Hundred Million Stars from the Sky, or "Aurora" from Just Between Lovers and all the feels come rushing in, leaving me a sad mess.

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As always such a pleasure to read you @missvictrix . Music is powerful in Kdramas, I so agree with you! I nvr paid attention to music in films or dramas until I got into Kdrama. It is indeed a package. Like you, Healer main OST is one of my fave too. I also still feel so happy and nostalgic when hearing "auditory hallucination" from kill me heal me. I remember putting this on repeat while watching the drama. Also, "Pray" by YounHa from School 2015 was a really good one. Among the most recent ones, I really liked www: Search OST, especially the one sang by Lee Da Hee "when I see you on TV".

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OSTs are my thing. I enjoy them so much.
Here are few that I enjoy
Boys Over Flowers : the whole album
Heirs: the whole album
Goblin: Beautiful
Goblin: Stay with me
Extraordinary You: the ones sung by stray kids
He is Psychometric : Take
Crash Landing On You: But its destiny
My First First Love: My All
My First First Love: Baby Baby
My First First Love: First Love
VIP: Nothings Right
VIP: Set Me Free
Liar And His Lover: practically everything
Her Private Life: Help Me
Angel Last Mission : Pray
Fated To Love You: Ready For Love
My Country: Because Its You
My Girlfriend is a Gumiho: Loosing My Mind
My Girlfriend is a Gumiho: Fox Rain
You Are Beautiful: Promise
Descendants of the Sun: Talk Love
Crash Landing on You: But Its Destiny

And plenty more I can't remember. Listening to them without understanding the words but knowing the feelings behind them is golden

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After reading this, I had to play eternal love used in Healer 😆😆. The song brings back memories. Wow! Also cheese in the trap OST, my time with you by vanilla Acoustic. Great connect with their drama

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Hello hello shiny boy from City Hunter. ARGH! Loved the drama, hated the song.

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