SEVENTEEN’s Seungkwan To Stir Hearts With An Uplifting OST For “Record Of Youth”

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SEVENTEEN’s main vocalist Seungkwan will be making autumn more exciting as he lends his wonderful voice to the newest drama of tvN.

Seungkwan of popular boy group SEVENTEEN will take part in the official soundtrack of the upcoming tvN drama Record Of Youth.


“Go” is an upbeat song that gives pure hope, especially to the younger generation who face constant hardships and struggles.

This project will mark Seungkwan’s second time to feature on an OST since he sang a flawless track for the 2018 drama Mother.

Through its warm atmosphere, “Go” will surely suit the inspiring story of Sa Hye Jun (played by Park Bo Gum) and An Jung Ha (played by Park So Dam).

Additionally, Nam Hye Seung, who worked in famous hit dramas such as Goblin, also wrote and composed the said track.

With Seungkwan’s participation, “Go” will also enhance the immersion of the viewers to the drama through the idol’s emotional take and magnificent singing ability.


Hailing from South Korea’s famous cable channel, Record of Youth is a refreshing drama that depicts the life of young people, who strives to attain their goals and love freely.

Created by Ha Myung Hee and directed by Ann Gil Ho, the drama allows spectators to continuously dream and be hopeful about the future.

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The interesting drama will also tackle a lot of life’s daily aspects through its motivational theme and heartwarming plot.

Seungkwan is the charming member of the boy group SEVENTEEN, who debuted in 2015, with the album titled 17 Carat.

Just recently, the group swept the No.1 spot on Japan’s Oricon Weekly Album Chart with its mini-album Heng:garae.

Moreover, SEVENTEEN is also currently preparing for the release of their Japanese second mini-album 24H.

Along with SEVENTEEN’s success, Seungkwan has also been receiving lots of love from the public with his amazing entertainment skills.

Among the passionate idol’s famous variety show appearances are Prison Life of Fools, Unexpected Q and Five Cranky Brothers.

Meanwhile, Seungkwan’s “Go” will be released on September 7 at 6 PM KST, along with the premiere of the drama.

Source: Maeil Economy

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