4 Music Dramas to Groove Along to
If you’re interested in the secrets behind the success of a K-pop idol, you won’t want to miss out on this drama starring Ji Sung and popular K-pop acts like Girl’s Day’s Hyeri and CN Blue’s Minhyuk. Ever wondered how rookie idol groups sweep music charts or why they’re so talented with their self-composed tunes? Of course, this is only a drama and there are true blue talents out there. Watch how Ji Sung starts a new band right from scratch and understand the true meaning of Music.
When a twin brother messes up his plastic surgery, that’s when his twin sister comes in handy, even if it means changing her gender to fit the role. Park Shin Hye is decked in male clothes for this drama to blend in as one of the members of male idol group AN.JELL. With all four members blessed with music talents, you can expect to hear them on the OST. This drama was even remade in Taiwan with Fahrenheit’s Jiro Wang as the lead role.
Shut Up! Flower Boy Band
As the title suggests, you’re in for some real eye candy with indie styled music to go along. When their leader unfortunately dies in a car accident, the remaining members are left to pick up the pieces with his muse (aka his inspiration for music). You might spot some familiar faces like the charismatic Sung Joon and the innocent cute guy, Kim Min Suk, from Descendants of the Sun. If you’re into indie bands, you might pick up a couple of good songs here!
In Kirin High School, you can outrightly live your dream as an aspiring K-pop idol, catfights and backstabbing included. It’s not just about the looks but the moves, the voice and most importantly, playing it right with the teachers. With an idol-studded cast, you can be sure that each character is truly fitted for the role. Don’t miss IU’s shocking transformation as an ugly duckling with a voice of an angel!