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“Twenty-Five Twenty-One” main leads to sing the next OST of the series!

The five main leads of the ongoing hit tvN series “Twenty-Five Twenty-One” will lend their voices for an OST in the drama!

On March 11th it was announced that Kim Tae Ri, Nam Joo Hyuk, WJSN Bona, Choi Hyun Wook, and Lee Joo Myung, will sing the original soundtrack part 7 titled “With” for the drama “Twenty-Five Twenty-One.” Kim Tae Ri, Bona, Choi Hyun Wook, and Lee Joo Myung’s characters are classmates in the drama while Nam Joo Hyuk is their senior and friend. The track will showcase healing and encouraging messages to all the youths who are having a hard time fulfilling their dreams. The song also conveys assurance that they are not alone in this journey. 

The song was composed and written by Noh Kyung Bo, a member of the indie band Oksusu Photo Studio that debuted in 2007. They have also participated in the OSTs of dramas “Oh My Ghost” and “Plus Nine Boys.”

The upcoming OST “With” will be released on March 13, 6 PM KST. It will also be played on the upcoming episodes of the drama. 

 “Twenty-Five Twenty-One” is a drama set in 1998 and tells the stories of a youth who’s struggling and doing everything to fulfill their dreams despite their current situation. It showcases the journey of aspiring national fencer Na Hee Do, Baek Yi Jin who was forced to be an adult, and their hometown friends in pursuing the things they love despite the difficulties. 

The series airs every Saturday and Sunday. It can be viewed both on tvN and the global streaming platform, Netflix. 

Other singers who participated in the OSTs of  “Twenty-Five Twenty-One”  are NCT’s Taeil, Wonstein, TWICE’s Jihyo, BIBI, and more. 

“Twenty-Five Twenty-One” achieved a double-digit rating on the last episode that aired. The series garnered 10.9 percent making it the highest rating since the drama aired. 

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