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"Three Summer Nights" Kim Dong-wook, Im Won-hee and Son Ho-jun sing OST

2015/07/08 | 791 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Kim Dong-wook, Im Won-hee and Son Ho-jun sang the OST for the movie "Three Summer Nights" and released a music video.

The title of the OST is "Great Summer".

"Three Summer Nights" is a comedy about three men, Myeong-seok (Kim Dong-wook), Dal-soo (Im Won-hee) and Hae-goo (Son Ho-jun) on vacation in Haeundae and waking up one day to some angry gangsters, cops and girlfriends.

The music video is of the three actors recording the song themselves.

They seemed nervous at first but soon melted into the atmosphere and sang their parts.

"Great Summer" is lyrical and suits the sunset of the ocean in Haeundae.

The three actors sang their hearts out in rock and proved their excellent singing skills.

The lyrics of the song are witty and fun and they blend well with the comical scenes in the movie.

"Three Summer Nights" will be released on the 15th of July.

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