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Renowned singers band together in the OST production of Iron Kid

2006/04/24 | Permalink | Source

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Renowned singers from Korea and abroad collaborated on the production of an OST album of the Korean 3D animation, Iron Kid.

M. C. The Max and May participated in making the OST album of Iron Kid, the first robot martial arts and action 3D animation of its kind in the world, which was first broadcast on April 6 on KBS 2TV.

Iron Kid, a Korean 3D animation blockbuster with a six-year production period and 5.1 billion Korean won in production costs, was chosen as a 'Star Project' by the Korea Culture & Content Agency (KCCA) in 2003.

M. C. The Max sang the opening song in this OST album, which contains songs that depict progressive and challenging adventures, as does Iron Kid. Since the first broadcast of the animation on April 6, viewers have been asking for the opening song in search portal sites, showing their high interest in the song.

He Will Come, the album's ending title song, was sung by May, an upcoming singer who has just announced the release of her new album in Korea, Japan, and China. May is becoming very popular in Japan and has sealed an official contract with AVEX, the largest entertainment agency in Japan, after her participation in the AVEX LIVE Concert in Japan, with KOCCA's support.

Wonderland, the title song of her first Japanese album and the theme song of NHK's popular animation Major Season 2, soared up to the no. 7 slot in a Japanese music streaming site within two weeks of the announcement of its release.

Iron Kid's OST album featuring M.C. The Max and May has a total of 12 songs, which was performed in public on JukeOn with an album release event on April 14.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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