Davichi's Kang Minkyung and Bebop release tracks for "Haeundae Lovers OST Part 2"
Davichi's Kang Minkyung and female group Bebop have recorded tracks for the OST of KBS's currently airing drama, "Haeundae Lovers," titled "Farewell Is Coming" and "Hello Boy," respectively.
Kang Minkyung's "Farewell Is Coming" is an emotional ballad that starts off with a piano introduction. As the song progresses, Minkyung's bright and strong vocals increase the song's energy with a strings and drumset accompaniment.
Bebop's "Hello Boy" is a more upbeat track, with a faster-paced tempo and a catchy melody. Bebop's light-hearted vocals make this track a pleasant and enjoyable listen.
Check out the new tracks below! You can purchase "Haeundae Lovers OST Part 2" on sites like Bugs and Melon. Have you been watching "Haeundae Lovers"?
01. Farewell Is Coming
02. Hello Boy
03. Farewell Is Coming (inst.)
04. Hello Boy (inst.)
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