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Korean Drama OST Concert to Be Staged in Japan

2009/04/24 | 268 views | Permalink | Source

The "Korean Wave Gala Concert 2009" will be held at the Tokyo International Forum on July 11.

The concert will feature Korean singers who took part in the original soundtracks of Korean dramas which have been popular in Japan. They include Ryu, who sang the theme song of "Winter Sonata", Zero of "Beautiful Days", July of "Stairway to Heaven", and Hong Jong-myung of "Beautiful Lady" and "Happy Together" (starring Lee Byung-hun).

Actor Park Hae-jin, who appeared in "Famous Princesses" and "East of Eden", will attend as a special guest.

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