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Kim Jae-joong sang "Triangle - Drama" OST

2014/06/02 | 771 views | Permalink | Source

JYJ member Kim Jae-joong participated in the OST for the drama "Triangle - Drama" in which he's starring in.

The OST was revealed on the ninth episode of the MBC drama "Triangle - Drama". The song will be released at noon on the 9th.

Apparently Kim Jae-joong also participated in the making of the song as well.

The song title is yet to be released. This ballad song starts off with a calm tone but then explodes into affection towards the end. The voice of Kim Jae-joong and string music assemble well in the song, which focuses on the romance between Heo Yeong-dal and Oh Jeong-hee in the drama.

Kim Jae-joong's lyric, "Hey sky, answer me. You left me coldheartedly. I will let go of my ego and wait even though it angers me. I am waiting for you" reflects on his character.

"Triangle - Drama" can be seen every Monday and Tuesday at 10PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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