BTS V OST is Coming. ‘Our Beloved Summer,‘ starring Kim Da Mi and Choi Woo Shik, is a romantic comedy in which two former lovers rekindle their relationship after their documentary becomes wildly popular ten years later.
BTS V’s OST Will be Out Tomorrow?
Kim Taehyung’s OST for ‘Our Beloved Summer’ will be released after the drama premieres on December 6. While no specific date has been set, fans can expect the OST to be released in the final month of the year, before the ‘Winter Bear’ crooner’s birthday.
the first episode of “our beloved summer” will be released tomorrow (dec 6th) at 10pm kst on netflix, the exact date for kim taehyung’s ost hasn’t been announced yet but let’s get ready for him
V OST IS COMING pic.twitter.com/fHTIEJr7gb
— .·͙☽ (@taeteland) December 5, 2021
BTS V is supposed to be joining the OST lineup of Wooga Squad member Choi Woo Shik’s new drama, ‘Our Beloved Summer.’ Fans of BTS V are overjoyed at the prospect of another legendary original soundtrack from the iconic ‘Sweet Night’ crooner.
According to a Korean media report, Kim Taehyung, aka BTS V, whose OST ‘Sweet Night’ holds the record for most streamed Korean Original SoundTrack on Spotify, will return with another gift for fans.
Why is V in the OST?
V previously recorded vocals for the OST ‘Sweet Night’ from the groundbreaking drama ‘Itaewon Class.’ He provided the vocals for another ‘Wooga Squad’ member, Park Seo Joon, on this track. His solo singles ‘Scenery,’ ‘Winter Bear,’ ‘Snow Flower,’ and others have received a huge response from fans all over the world.
Jin, another member of BTS, released his solo OST ‘Yours,’ which featured Jun Ji Hyun and Ju Ji Hoon, earlier this year. More information on V’s OST for ‘Our Beloved Summer’ is forthcoming.
so excited for our taehyung's ost !
— daily kth (@tinyykth) December 5, 2021
As shown in a Korean media report, the OST for ‘Our Beloved Summer’ will be produced by famous music director Nam Hye Seung, whose work includes some of the most memorable soundtracks for dramas such as ‘Goblin,’ ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,’ and ‘Crash Landing on You.’
The music director emphasizes BTS V’s rich and warm ‘honey’ vocal tone, which perfectly fits the mood of the OST. Furthermore, the OST plays an important role in the development of Choi Woo Shik’s melodrama ‘Our Beloved Summer.’