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Actor Jang sings for new drama 'Marry Me, Mary!' OST

2010/11/01 | 5289 views | Permalink | Source

By Ines Min

Actor, singer and model Jang Geun-suk is about to remind fans once more of his multi-faceted talents.

The 23-year-old has contributed three songs to the OST for his latest KBS drama "Marry Me, Mary!', affiliated management company Y-Tree Media announced Monday.

"Jang Geun-suk sings three songs on the soundtrack", a spokesperson said. "The first song `Butak-hae, My Bus!' will be released today".

Jang plays the role of Kang Moo-gyeol in the drama, a vocalist in an indie band who gets caught up in a love triangle. The song `Butak-hae' comprises lyrics that detail a symbolic conflict between the character's reality and the ideal world, according to Y-Tree.

"Jang Geun-suk is an actor with amazing singing abilities and vocal skills", said music director Choi Cheol-ho, who worked on the song.

The actor has been known to sing in dramas and advertisements, although he has yet to produce a full album release. His rise to fame came with his role in the drama "You're Beautiful", in which he played another musician opposite Park Shin-hye. Jang Geun-suk played in several broadcasts, such as the series "Beethoven Virus" and the feature film "The Case of Itaewon Homicide".

"Marry Me, Mary!" begins airing Monday, following the show "Sunkyunkwan Scandal".

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