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TVXQ and JYJ bested; Park Si-hoo's first Chinese movie OST overcomes JYJ

2014/08/07 | Permalink | Source

The OST for the Chinese movie "Scent" sung by Park Si-hoo is currently on the top of the music charts.

The OST titled, "The Sound of You" is a collaboration with Park Si-hoo and producer Kim Hyeong-seok. Park Si-hoo recorded it in both Korean and Chinese. The video was exclusively revealed on one of China's biggest portal sites.

Park Si-hoo's "The Sound of You" ranked first place in the Chinese charts on the 8th Korean time. Both Korean and Chinese versions came up on live time chart, 'King Chart'.

Park Si-hoo's agency stated, "It beat JYJ and TVXQ in 8th and 6th place. This is the power of 'Asian Prince Park Si-hoo'. We are grateful so many people are showing interest in Park Si-hoo's first Chinese movie. We didn't think we'd get a reaction like this".

Park Si-hoo's "Scent" will be released on the 15th all over China.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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