SEVENTEEN’s Jun Lovingly Sings The Chinese Version Of OST “Dream” From “The King: Eternal Monarch”
SEVENTEEN’s Jun taught us how falling in love feels like through his sweet Chinese rendition of The King: Eternal Monarch OST “Dream”.
SEVENTEEN’s Jun showed his all-rounder artist presence by singing the official soundtrack from the drama The King: Eternal Monarch. Jun released the Chinese version of the soundtrack “Dream” on July 2 at 11 AM KST.
“Dream” was originally sung by Paul Kim, who is currently one of the well-loved male vocalists in the industry.
Jun’s rendition of “Dream” portrays a loving vibe and lyrical strings accompanied with sweet piano melody. The artist’s warm and sweet tone interweaves Lee Gon’s hearts towards Jung Tae in the drama.
Delicately expressing the lyrics in his own style, Jun perfectly reflects the sincere confession of Emperor Lee Gon. Evoking simple yet romantic mood, the melodious track captivated the hearts of its listeners and viewers of the drama as well.
Continuing the drama’s lingering effects, Jun’s interpretation of the song through his mother tongue leaves deep impressions. Through his high-end vocals, listeners and viewers’ expectations with his future activities add up.
Jun is actively promoting in various fields along with the group activities. He constantly demonstrates all-rounder skills as SEVENTEEN’s performance unit member. This include his elegant and excellent dancing skills and high-quality singing prowess.
Meanwhile SEVENTEEN is currently promoting with their title track “Left & Right”.
Listen to Jun’s Chinese version of “Dream” on Kuwo Music.
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Source: Herald Pop
Photo From: Tencent Music Entertainment