Movie 'Concrete Utopia', original soundtrack released today (30th)
Movie 'Concrete Utopia', original soundtrack released today (30th)
The movie 'Concrete Utopia' (Director Uhm Tae-hwa) has officially released the sound source containing the soundtrack.

'Concrete Utopia' is a disaster drama depicting the story of survivors gathering in the only remaining imperial palace apartment in Seoul, which was devastated by a major earthquake.

The soundtrack of 'Concrete Utopia', which can be found on major domestic music sites from 12:00 pm on the 30th, can be felt from the ironic moment in the movie to the breathtaking suspense. It contains the music of music director Kim Hae-won, who raised the level of perfection of the work.

In particular, Park Ji-hoo's 'Apartment', which decorates the film's ending credits and doubles the audience's afterglow, is included in the soundtrack, drawing attention. In the movie, the resident representative 'Young Tak' (Lee Byung-hun) sang 'Apartment', which left a strong impression on the audience, and reinterpreted it in an empty atmosphere. Following this, on September 1st, an overseas digital music source is scheduled to be released.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia translated by google