Keyword: Monstar Kdrama
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A surprising collaboration of the two biggest names in K-pop idol groupsnamely Beast's Junhyung and BTOB's Minyuk,Hyunsik, Changsub and Sungjae is here.The group revealed their own composition entitled "Man in Black" and recentlyreleased " After Time Passes" as the second single for the soundtrack of thedrama "Monstar" currently airing in Korean television.
The group revealed their photos of their special participation in the tvN andMnet music drama. Speculations around the OST are swirling that it is just aremake same as the track coming from Postino.
"After Time Passes" is described as having a melancholic approach thatdelivers the emotional vocal power of each members, slow but would leave a markin the hearts of every listener
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Kpop/Kdrama is a new series about kdramas that involve kpop idols ordramas that focus on a kpop band. Any drama that combines the two tendsto become a favorite. And it is likely to have a great soundtrack.
The first in this series is the new drama "Monstar" which follows thestory of a troubled idol. He is both a star and a monster, because hehas psychological scars that never healed properly. Not only will thedrama star B2ST's Yong Joon Hyung in his first leading role, he willsing on the OST. BTOB members will play band members in the drama andcontribute to the soundtrack.
"Monstar" employs the "Dream High" and Shut Up Flower Boy Band"formula for kdrama success. It brings the music and the idols to a highschool.You can "Monstar" on Hulu.
Idol rapper Yong plays Yoon Sul Chan, the bad-tempered vocalist forthe group Men in Black
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"Monstar," the new drama starring idol singer Yong Jun Hyung, isabout the excitement of making musical dreams come true and the power ofmusic to heal emotional scars.
Yong Jun Hyung, a rapper with the boy band Beast, will play Yoon SeolChan, a singer in a fictional band called Men in Black. His pastnegative experiences have made him, cold, cynical, and prone to tempertantrums. His temper gets him in trouble so many times that hismanagement company sends him back to high school, where he has to behaveor else.
He's a star but he's also a monster, so that makes him a "monstar," and that's not likely to make him popular.
Meanwhile, the audition craze has inspired students at his new highschool to try for their own dreams of musical superstardom