[News] FTISLAND Lee Hong Gi Sings the Original Sound Track of ‘SWITCH’

April 24, 2018 in Drama / Movies / TV, Music, Press Articles by tenshi_akuma (Japan)

Credit: SBS NEWS
K-pop boy group FTISLAND’s member Lee Hong Gi has participated in singing one of the original sound tracks of SBS’ drama ‘SWITCH’.

According to the production crew of ‘SWITCH’ on April 24, Lee Hong Gi has sung ‘Raise Me Up’ for ‘SWITCH’.
As the last time he has sung an original sound track was for SBS’ drama ‘Modern Farmer’ back in 2014, many are excited to hear the news.
‘Raise Me Up’ is a British pop genre that has a sentimental melody and lyrics, wrapped with Lee Hong Gi’s deep, emotional and sorrowful voice.

The song intends to express the sad emotions of the main character Sa Do-chan (Jang Keun Seuk) as opposed to the bright side of him which he usually shows.
‘Raise Me Up’ will be available via Melon, Genie, Naver Music, and other domestic music streaming sites from 6PM KST on April 25.

(Lee Narin, Credit= ‘skullhong12’ Instagram, SBS funE)

(SBS Star) 

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