Strong Woman Do Bong Soon OST
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01. Jung Jae Woo – No Mercy
02. Romantisco – Russian Super Hero
03. Jung Cha Sik – Dodo Twist
04. Jung Cha Sik – Curry Pie
05. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Heartbeat Happy Comic
06. Romantisco) – Arabian Midnight
07. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Friend Comic
08. Romantisco – Night Chaser
09. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – My Mistake
10. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Heartbeat Strings
11. Jung Cha Sik – Chilly Guobaorou
12. Romantisco – Fat Ghost
13. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Heartbeat Comic Piano
14. Jung Cha Sik – Find Do
15. Romantisco – Hometown Girl
16. Jung Jae Woo – Lone Fighter
17. Jung Cha Sik – Boogie Woogie
18. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Open The Door
19. Jung Cha Sik – Animals
20. Lee Kyung Sik – Pollack
21. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Bloody Hands
22. Romantisco – Brand New Bastard
23. Jung Cha Sik – Turn Off
24. Jung Jae Woo – Oops
25. Kang Hee Chan – Innocent
26. Kang Hee Chan – Mysterious
27. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Fung Fu Fighter
28. Romantisco – Hometown Murder
29. Lee Kyung Sik – Story 01
30. Moon Sung Nam (Every Single Day) – Heartbeat Lonely
‘Strong Woman Do Bong Soon’ OST By MAMAMOO Released As Cast, Crew Goes To Bali; Secret To High Rating Revealed
by Guenee Salugsugan / Mar 29, 2017 05:56 AM EDT
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"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" OST was recorded by MAMAMOO. This was previously confirmed by Rainbow Bridge World, the South Korean girl group's management agency on March 21.
"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" Seventh Episode Will Feature The Song Recorded By MAMAMOO
The "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" song track that was recorded by MAMAMOO as part of its OST was released on music online sites on March 24, Friday. Prior to that, the viewers already had the chance to hear a bit of the recorded song during the "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon's" seventh episode. In that particular scene, Ahn Min Hyuk Do Bong Soon was taking a bus together while going home.
"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon," recently made JTBC history for being the TV drama show with the highest viewer ratings on the cable network. A new behind-the-scenes video has also been released online that shows Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik's lovable chemistry. According to reports, the pair's chemistry is one of the main reasons why the show is very popular.
Meantime, MAMAMOO is famous for their talent, and have been recording songs in OSTs for years, beginning in 2014 with their OST track for the tvN drama "Marriage, Not Dating." the girl group's most recent song for an OST was from another tvN drama titled "Goblin," Soompi reported.
"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" Cast And Crew Goes On A Trip To Bali
"Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" cast and crew are set on a vacation to Bali. As confirmed by a representative of JTBC's new TV drama, the whole staff will be staying in Bali for 5 days and 3 nights, with 6 days and 4 nights as a reward vacation.
Meanwhile, "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" is a romantic comedy about a woman named Do Bong Soon, who is endowed with superpowers, a justice driven cop played by Ji Soo and his girlfriend Seo Rina, as well as a CEO of a video game company portrayed by Park Hyung Sik. Currently, the JTBC drama is earning praises as episode 8 recorded a viewer rating of 9.603 percent on March 18, All KPop reported. Watch "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" Episode 9 Preview Teaser here:
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Squid Game: The rise of Korean drama addiction
By Alex Taylor
BBC Entertainment reporter
If watching Squid Game means the prospect of playing red light, green light now fills you with nerve-shredding terror rather than fond childhood memories, you aren't alone.
The Korean thriller, which tells the story of debt-ridden people competing for a huge cash prize in a deadly series of children's games, has become Netflix's biggest ever series launch - streamed by 111 million users in its first 28 days.
In doing so it knocked Bridgerton off the top spot, making clear that Korean dramas - K-dramas for short - have most certainly been given the green light by audiences worldwide.
So, how can we understand this rise, and what are some of the other K-dramas to look out for if you're a new convert?
Squid Game's breakthrough popularity marks the latest wave in a Korean culture tsunami that's built throughout the West in recent years.
The show joins K-pop artists such as BTS and Blackpink, who have become household names in music, and films like Parasite and Minari, which achieved Hollywood recognition and Oscars success.
But the K-drama takeover is far from the overnight sensation it may first seem.
Although they've only recently gripped worldwide audiences, K-dramas have been popular in Asia for decades.
Increasing liberalisation throughout the country in the 90s saw huge amounts of money poured into the entertainment industry. As Japan battled economic decline and China rose, South Korean culture pounced - offering TV that was both more relatable than US shows and morally palatable to Beijing.
Over the next decade it challenged Japanese might to become a new purveyor of Asian cool, with 20% of viewers in Japan watching 2003 drama Winter Sonata.
A 2011 report by the Korean Culture and Information Service concluded: "In many Asian cities, Korean dramas seem to be influencing lifestyles and consumer behaviour, which speaks to their cultural appeal."
Global interest grew as streaming services like Viki and DramaFever made it possible for viewers to legally watch Korean content online with English subtitles, opening K-dramas up to a new audience over the past decade.
As their grassroots popularity increased, so did distribution deals with Western streaming upstarts Hulu and Netflix. When Warner Bros shut DramaFever in 2018, Netflix began further investment.
Slowly over the next two years, a growing number of subscribers would become hooked on K-dramas, drawn into the varied storylines and comforting escapism.
The word-of-mouth success of 2019 romantic drama Crash Landing on You - which stayed in the top 10 in Japan for 229 days and was the sixth most-watched show on Netflix in the US between March 21 and March 27, 2020 - coincided with the big-screen success of Parasite to spark new-found levels of interest.
Then the pandemic happened, and with the Western entertainment industry (literally) shuttered down, K-drama fever truly hit. Netflix revealed that viewing of Korean content across Asia increased fourfold in 2020 compared with 2019.
London-based writer and K-drama fanatic Taylor-Dior Rumble explains: "Most popular K-dramas are typically ultra stylised, glossy and quite removed from reality, which is why they're such a great form of escapism.
"After such a bleak few years, people are gravitating more towards heart-warming forms of entertainment," she says.
There is a "wide range of shows containing plenty of unique ideas and unexpected storylines that you'd probably never get from a British or American channel", which range from fantasy and sci-fi to action and thriller, Rumble says.
This broad appeal is helped by the family-friendly tone. "There's practically no nudity or sex," adds Rumble. "Korean society is quite conservative so this means a lot of their shows hold cross-culture appeal."
Add in high-end production values and stunning locations, and Rumble says the dramas offer "a rich and pleasurable viewing experience that you simply don't get enough of anywhere else".
K-dramas also reflect worldwide social stresses that resonate with many younger generations.
"As the wealth gap between the rich and poor continues to widen and other inequalities continue to increase, Parasite's frank exposure of the extremes in Korea resonated with so many people" says Rumble.
Squid Game, she feels, is similarly pointed beneath its bloodied popcorn exterior.
"It tackled a lot of situations, such as debt and the pressures of providing, which was probably somewhat relatable to a world still recovering from a pandemic that has been incredibly difficult for a lot of people."
Hooked after Squid Game? Here are six K-drama alternatives
Crash Landing on You (for fans of romance)
A tornado, a paragliding misadventure and a love that crosses the divide between North and South Korea… there is a perhaps no better introduction to the weird and wonderful world of small-screen K-dramas.
Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is a millionaire K-beauty entrepreneur and pro-paraglider. When she crashes mid-flight after getting caught in a storm, she emerges to find herself stuck in the militarised zone. Fortunately she's discovered by benevolent North Korean soldier Captain Ri (Hyun Bin).
And so begins a star-crossed love story that's full of intrigue, political subtext and cute humour.
Vincenzo (for fans of gangster shows)
Vincenzo Cassano (Song Joong-ki) is a lawyer and consigliere for the Italian mafia. After returning to his homeland of Korea, he takes on a corrupt CEO and his henchmen and a flurry of other bad guys, as well as sticking up for local business; dealing justice on both sides of the law.
It's a love letter to crime, gangster and legal dramas - penned in incredibly addictive form.
Oh My Ghost (for fans of weirdly sexy ghost stories)
Soon-ae haunts the Earth as a ghost until she has sex for the first time. In desperation, she seizes the body of an innocent assistant cook named Bong-Sun (Park Bo-young) and attempts to draw her together with her handsome boss Kang Sun-woo (Jo Jung-suk).
Cue drunken comedy and sexual desire K-drama style…
Kingdom (for history/horror buffs)
Fancy a historical zombie drama about a 17th Century crown prince, Lee Chang (Ju Ji-hoon), who has to fight a mysterious plague of flesh-eating zombies that threaten to overtake his kingdom? If that's a yes, this is for you.
Inheritors (for KUWTK fans)
Also known as The Heirs, Inheritors depicts the friendships, rivalries and love lives of young, rich heirs led by Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) and a girl named Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye).
Expect love triangles, drama that would make the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful blush, and storylines the Kardashians could only dream of.
Strong Girl Bong-Soon (for superhero fans)
Park Bo-young stars as Do Bong-soon, a young woman who has a Hulk-like strength passed down through the XX chromosomes of her family.
Despite her best efforts to keep this in check, living a careful mortal life, her secret eventually gets out. Once this happens, she helps to form a crime-fighting team that would give any of the X-Men or Marvel/DC cohort a delightfully nerdy run for their money.
Follow us on Facebook, or on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts. If you have a story suggestion email [email protected].
jtBC drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon will officially wrap next week. Farewell to our addictive Bong Bong and Min Min, portrayed by Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik respectively. I’ll miss them—lots. Never had I imagine they would make such adorable cute couple, but they did; and I’m happy because they make drama viewing sooo much more enjoyable, especially when the story fail to impress. As if wanting the show to end with a bang, uri CEO Ahn a.k.a Min Min / male lead / ZE:A idol, Park Hyung Sik is wrapping the show up with his last OST. The song can already be heard in this week’s episodes, where the lyrics sounded a lot like Ahn Min Hyuk confessing his undying love and heart for his Bong Soon.
Although I wouldn’t put them in the same rank as Goblin or Moonlight Drawn by Clouds, the drama OST isn’t too shabby.
Songs strong girl bong soon
Meat, I thought in disgust, but replied modestly: I was also glad to come in. I quietly sipped tea while the girls chatted about something of their own. I saw how they looked at each other, how they talked, and suddenly I realized that they are not just two friends who live together and sleep in the. Same bed.MAMAMOO - Double Trouble Couple (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon OST) [Music Video]
When he accompanied me, he offered to show him the itinerary of the conference when I had drawn it up. It was cool in the room, I went to the balcony. Sipping a light cocktail, I thought about our last meeting with Vyacheslav.
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