OSTrich Mondays #6
I’m so dead and tired of this stu-dying factor. The last exam is on Thursday and even if i tried to write some reviews/recaps about Kill Me, Heal Me’s 9th and 10th episodes it was something i couldn’t accomplish. I’m left behind and it hurts! All of my braincells are glued together, unable to fulfill my drama writing desires. It feels like being in a constant hangover mode and i’m only functioning, at least i think so, when i’m stu-dying. It’s not that i understand that much anyway, signals and systems are neither my strong point nor something interesting. Oh well, i hope i will pass them alongside the other exams whose grades haven’t come out yet.
It’s quite cold today and a windy, rainy day deserves some like-minded atmosphere. It’s not that i have watched Doctor Stranger, many negative opinions have prevented me from taking that atrocious step ahead. However, my ears gave the OST a chance and discovered an instrumental gem which i loved. It holds a sense of 2046 and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance in terms of orchestrations. It’s imposing yet caressing, soothing but also heartrending once it escalates the tension within in a circular repetitive motive of various tonal scales of intensity or tranquility; like a Memory.
And a song from one of my favorite movies, Daisy, with one of the most majestic presences on earth, Jeon Ji Hyeon, who’s shining as Hye Young. Soothing, floating and with warm vocals filled with longing as they pace wonderfully with the like-minded orchestration and the accompanying piano parts, Hey offers wholeheartedly a sense of nightly serenity.