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Talented Korean Drama OST Singers

Quynh P Feb 28

Korean dramas attract you not only because of its stand out storytelling but also because of its beautiful voice in the back sound. OST is an essential element contributing to the drama’s success. Have you ever been curious about the voices behind those beautiful OSTs? Here are talented Korean drama OST singers whose voices make the drama more popular: 

Baek Jiyoung

When talking about Korean drama soundtracks, indeed, the first name that comes to mind is Baek Jiyoung. It is not natural that she is known as the “Queen of Drama Music” of South Korea. Many dramas feature Baek Jiyoung’s voice as a soundtrack singer. Of course, the soundtrack of the drama she sings has been exceptionally successful, both inside and outside the drama. “That Woman,” OST for the drama “Secret Garden,” won her the “Best Korean Soundtrack” award at the 2011 Seoul International Drama Awards.

Korean Drama OST Signers

Baek Jiyoung was born on March 25, 1976, is the most famous OST singer in  South Korea. Baek Jiyoung’s music has always become a hit, steadfastly ranked high on the charts, made a bold impression on audiences, and then went beyond the drama’s boundaries into truly successful songs. Her most significant success is performing the song “Don’t forget” in Iris.

Don’t Forget – Baek Jiyoung

Ailee

Ailee is an American-Korean singer and songwriter. She debuted on February 9th, 2012 under YMC Entertainment. Soundtracks of this female singer always make listeners overwhelmed and touched by her excellent ability to convey emotions. Referring to Ailee’s soundtrack, one can immediately think of extremely famous songs such as “Ice Flower” – soundtrack of “Queen of ambition”, “Goodbye my love” – soundtrack of “You are my destiny” and ” I Will Go To You Like The First Snow “- the soundtrack of the movie” Goblin “.

Korean drama OST singers

I Will Go To You Like The First Snow – Ailee

Punch

When it comes to young Korean drama OST singers in South Korea but has a vast treasure trove of soundtracks, surely that list cannot miss a beautiful young female singer, Punch. Although she is only a young rookie in the Korean music industry, this singer has become a shining pearl in the drama music industry. Increasingly, Punch’s name is more and more famous through her famous soundtrack, such as “Every time,” a duet with Chen (EXO) – the soundtrack of “Descendants of the Sun” and “Stay With Me,” a duet with Chanyeol (EXO) – the soundtrack of “Goblin.”

Korean drama OST singers

Stay With Me – Punch & Chanyeol

Lyn

Lyn’s real name is Lee Sejin, born on November 9, 1981, is a K-pop singer. Up to now, she has released five albums. Lyn performed the song “Back in Time”, the famous soundtrack of the historical drama “The Moon Embracing The Sun”. Another favorite soundtrack is “My Destiny” – OST of “My Love from The Star”, which earned her the “Best Soundtrack” award at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2014. All became hits and received the best OST award at year-end awards ceremonies.

Korean dram OST singers

My Destiny – Lyn

Byul

Byul’s real name is Kim Goeun, born on October 22, 1983. She is mainly known for her ballads. She was discovered by Park Jin Young (JYP) when she got a chance to sing for him at his fan meeting.

Korean drama OST singers

Byul released her first album in 2002, titled December 32nd, marking her debut in the entertainment industry. Her next single on the album did not achieve the expected success, causing her to pause from music activities for a while. After that, Byul made her comeback by releasing her fifth album in January 2009. Some of her soundtracks are “Remember”- OST of “School 2015: Who Are You?”, “Beautiful Days”- OST of “Twenty Again”, or “Reminds of You”- OST of “Missing You.” 

Bautiful Days – Byul 

Lim Jeong-hee

Lim Jeong-hee was born on May 17th, 1981, in Seoul, South Korea. She is a Korean R&B and Pop singer who debuted in 2005 under JYP Entertainment. One of her notable performances in 2005 was at the 5th Pattaya Music Festival in Thailand, bringing her name to foreign music lovers. She is more famous for street music than music on television or radio. Before her official debut, Lim Jeong-hee held countless street performances, dubbed the “diva of street music,” significantly contributing to attracting a large fan base. Her popular soundtracks included “Scent of a Flower”- OST of Emergency Couple, “It Hurts It Hurts”- OST of Super Daddy Yeol, and “I’ll Be There”- OST of “Medical Top Team.”

Korean drama OST singers

It Hurts It Hurts – Lim Jeong-hee

Gummy

Gummy’s natural and emotional voice has never disappointed Korean music lovers. Moreover, when people know that this female singer will sing for a particular drama, they will find that drama and watch it right away to enjoy the drama and hear her emotional voice. In the treasure trove of Korean drama music, there are many hit songs performed by Gummy and always top on the music charts, such as “You Are My Everything” – soundtrack “Descendants the Sun” or “Remember Me “- the soundtrack of “Hotel Del Luna.”

Korean drama OST singers

Remember Me – Gummy

Taeyeon (SNSD)

Taeyeon’s full name is Kim Taeyeon, born on March 9, 1989. She is the leader, main vocalist of SNSD, the leading girl group in Korea directly under the “big man” SM Entertainment. At the same time, she is also a member of SM. The Ballad – a project group that brings together SM’s “huge” vocals. As a solo artist and her usual productions, she has featured in many soundtrack songs. Along with Hyolyn, Taeyeon is one of the few vocalists from an idol group highly appreciated as a singer singing the soundtrack. She is one must-have talent to have in the list of Korean drama OST singers. 

The leader of SNSD is a rare internal vocalist of K-pop. Even when working with a group or releasing a solo song, everyone always praises her voice. Especially in the role of performing the OST, Taeyeon has completed very successfully the OSTs of a series of hit dramas such as “That Winter, the Wind Blows”, “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo”, “To the Beautiful You”, etc. 

Closer – Taeyeon (OST To the Beautiful You) 

Heize

Since joining the television program, “Unpretty Rapstar” season 2 in 2015, Heize has been officially known to Korean music fans more widely. She is also considered a phenomenon on the digital charts of Korean music in 2016. With her unique voice and unique style, Heize is increasingly asserting her position. Besides, she also owns many very famous soundtracks and is always welcomed by many people.

Can you see my heart – Heize (OST Hotel Del Luna)

Hyolyn (Sistar)

“Hello / Goodbye” is a popular song from the drama “My Love from The Stars” performed by Hyolyn- a member of Sistar. Many Kpop group fans do not know Korean movies or actors. In contrast, many Korean drama fans are not interested in idol groups at all. Therefore, choosing an idol group member to sing drama soundtracks is a wise way to boost both sides’ names. Of course, not all idol singers can be charming and have a long-term attachment to the soundtrack career. Hyolyn is one of the few idols who can do this.

Hyolyn’s real name is Kim Hyo-jung, born on December 11, 1990. She is best known as a member of the girl group Sistar and the subunit Sistar19. On November 26, 2014, she made her official debut as a solo artist with her debut album “Love and Hate” and title song duo “Lonely” and “One Way Love.” “Hello / Goodbye” is a solo performance that helped Hyolyn take No. 1 on the Gaon music charts and K-pop Hot100. The song was released on January 22, 2014, and has earned more than 1 million copies sold.

Hello/Goodbye – Hyolyn

These are some talented Korean drama OST singers who give out their beautiful voices to make the drama more prefect. They can make you become their fans after listening to their list of excellent music above. Also, you may not want to miss our should watch Korean dramas.