Kim Nam-joo and Cha Eun-woo's 'Wonderful World' OST pre-order begins
Kim Nam-joo and Cha Eun-woo's 'Wonderful World' OST pre-order begins
Pre-order sales for the OST album of the drama ‘Wonderful World’ begin today (11th).

'Wonderful World' is a human mystery drama in which Eun Soo-hyun (Kim Nam-joo), who personally punished the murderer who killed her son, uncovers the mysterious secrets surrounding that day. The meeting of Kim Nam-joo (played by Eun Soo-hyun), who returned after six years, and Cha Eun-woo (played by Kwon Seon-yul), who attempted to transform his acting, attracted attention. With the end approaching, an OST album that adds to the narrative of the play is being released.

In this OST album, the first track is OST Part.1 'Cuz You - Park Hak-gi', which conveys warm comfort with a sweet voice and leaves a deep impression. Next, OST Part.2 'Never Again - Lim Ji-soo' was included, which decorated the tragic narrative and ending with explosive singing ability on top of strong and impactful sound. In addition, OST Part.3 'Remember - Kwon In-seo' depicts regret and regret for those who have left, and OST Part.4 'Walking Night - Ali' calmly unfolds the sad inner feelings of characters living in resignation for their lost family. (ALi)' was also included in the album. OST Part.5 ‘Eyewitness – Jeong-yeop’, which conveyed a deep resonance in the heart with lyrics that seemed to depict Su-hyeon and Seon-yul living under the weight of life, was also included. In addition to the 5 singing songs, 20 score tracks that added tension to the play were included.

The letter envelope, which was an important medium in the story, was used as the album case. In addition, photo books and photo cards are also included.

The music of 'Wonderful World' was created under the leadership of music director 'Ant', who participated in 'Descendants of the Sun', 'When the Camellia Blooms', 'Boys' Generation', and 'Welcome to Samdali'.

The album 'Wonderful World' will begin pre-orders through various online music sites starting today (11th).

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter translated by google