Japanese Version Of “Smile Flower” By SEVENTEEN Featured As OST In Abema TV Original Drama
The spring to Carats’ smiles, gifted only by SEVENTEEN, has been featured in a Japanese drama as an OST!
The OST powerhouse group SEVENTEEN has given fans a listen to the Japanese version of their song “Smile Flower” for the first time through Abema TV’s latest original drama!
Just as the official release of their second Japanese single “Fallin’ Flower” gets nearer, the boy group delightfully scores the spotlight in a Japanese drama with their song being picked and featured as an original soundtrack!
First unveiled as the last track for their third mini-album Going SEVENTEEN in 2016, the meaningful serenade dedicated to their fans titled “Smile Flower” is set to be released again. This time, it will come in its Japanese version which will be included in the group’s upcoming single album.
However, fans have already heard the song ahead of the single album’s scheduled release as it made its special debut in AbemaTV’s latest original drama I’m The Only 17-year-old In The World (literal translation).
The song was featured in the second half of the sixth episode of I’m The Only 17-year-old In The World which aired on March 19.
Taking on the fantasy romance genre, the drama revolves around the story of childhood friends Kouta and Mei who love each other.
However, Kouta unexpectedly passes away before he gets to confess his love, and only during the season where cherry blossoms bloom does he get to visit Mei.
“Whenever, wherever/ Even if we’re not together, just like always/ Our smile flowers bloom/ I’ll be the spring to your smile,” a line from the song says, perfectly fitting the sweet yet emotional storyline of the Japanese drama.
Meanwhile, the group will be releasing their newest Japanese single “Fallin’ Flower”—which saw the active participation of members Woozi and Dino in its making— this April 1. Prior to this, its enchanting music video was released on March 24.