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Korean Drama OST Concert Planned for Tokyo Nov. 18

2007/11/05 Source

A Korean drama music concert will be held in Tokyo on Nov. 18.

Pross Media said the OST concert at the Prince Hotel in Shinagawa will gather the artists Just (famous for his songs in the dramas 'Damo' 'Green Rose' and 'My Name is Kim Sam-soon'), Kim Tae-hoon (drama "Revenge") and also household-name and OST singer Jo Eun ('Something Happened in Bali', 'Phoenix').

A Pross Media official said, "As interest in the original soundtracks of Korean dramas has risen, the OST concert--the second of its kind--has been arranged in response to fans' requests".

The popularity of Korean dramas and such large scale concerts will likely boost the advance of Korean OST singers to Japan.

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