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Music director of 'The Host' Lee Byeong-Woo makes his first online game soundtrack

2008/02/22 | 141 views |  | Permalink | Source

Famous Korean guitarist and movie music director Lee Byeong-woo will make his first online game music.

Lee will make the background music for Dragonika, an online game published by NCSoft (CEO: Kim, Jin-Taek) and developed by Barunson Interactive (CEO: Lee, Seung-Gu and Lee, Yeon-Ju).

Lee is one of Korea's most sought-after musicians. He has made music for movies like "The Host", "Rules of Dating", and "A Tale of Two Sisters". He was also the man behind the dual album One Day 1/2, which has been recognized for its significant contribution to Korean popular music history.

He has also staged performances with the Eurasian Philharmonic Orchestra, Peabody Symphony Orchestra, Seoul City Philharmonic and other major Korean orchestras.

"I love games and game music is the genre I have not delved into yet, so I have been wanting to this for a long time", said Lee. "'Dragonika' is a fantasy game about dragons and humans and I did my best in using my music to bring the lyrical legend to life".

Dragonika is a 3D fantasy action RPG, where the player embarks on a journey in the continent of dragons to fight against evil dragons and to create a world of good dragons. The game, complete with Lee's music, will begin its closed beta service in the first half of this year.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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