Jung Yong-hwa to lend voice to ‘The Spies Who Loved Me’ OST

CNBLUE’s Jung Yong-hwa will be serenading viewers once again in his first original soundtrack (OST) participation after nine years!

The singer-actor has been roped in to sing a song as part of the original soundtrack of MBC’s ongoing drama The Spies Who Loved Me. His track “Shall We Kiss?” will be released at 6 p.m. KST today, October 29, through various music sites.

“Shall We Kiss?” is described as a pleasant, medium-tempo song that will intensify the romantic atmosphere between lead characters Jun Ji-hoon (Eric Mun, Eccentric! Chef Moon) and Kang Ah-reum (Yoo In-na, Touch Your Heart). ZigZag Note, who has worked with TWICE, GFriend, Kyuhyun, and NCT127, has composed and arranged the song.

Jung Yong-hwa's Shall We Kiss in The Spies Who Loved Me OST
The Spies Who Loved Me Original Soundtrack Part 1: Shall We Kiss? by Jung Yong-hwa

This OST project will be one of Jung Yong-hwa’s first activities after his discharge from the military service in November 2019. Since his return to the industry, he has appeared as an MC in the SBS reality show K-Trot in Town, released the song “Would You Marry Me?,” which features artists Lee Joon, Doojoon of Highlight, and Kwanghee, and received an offer to headline a supernatural series with Jang Na-ra.

As a recognized actor, fans and viewers alike are also looking forward to Jung’s next small-screen venture. Apart from his last performance in the 2017 series The Package, he is also known for his roles in the Park Shin-hye starrer dramas You’re Beautiful (2009) and Heartstrings (2011). It was also in Heartstrings that Jung last sang for a television series soundtrack.

Meanwhile, K-drama fans can catch Jun Ji-hoon, Kang Ah-reum, and Derek Hyun’s (Lim Ju-hwan, The Game: Towards Zero) action-filled lives in The Spies Who Loved Me every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 p.m. KST on MBC.

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