OSTrich Mondays #5
One exam is over, the next one is on Wednesday for another one to follow on Saturday. It’s a writing spree in the middle of a war between stress and positive vibes! As for tonight, after the stu-dying factor has fulfilled its cycle and right before falling asleep to wake up anew early in the morning for the final knowledge rehearsal of disharmony there’s always some gracious time to spend alongside music. So, let’s dive in the heartrending side of life!
It’s from a drama i haven’t watched yet, Cain and Abel, but still, it’s a song i dearly cherish for its woeful beauty through the surrounding fragile orchestrations and the gentle yet brokenhearted vocals that adorn the musical background in the most representative way. I’m referring to V.O.S (Voice of Soul) – More Sad Than Parting Words 이별보다 슬픈 말.
And a song from a drama i will marathon as soon as the exams are over, My Girl. The reasons are more than apparent. Lee Da Hae and Park Shi Yeon are two of my personal South Korean constellations and measuring equally my sight feels inevitable if i don’t want to look like Mr. Bean afterwards. Plus, Lee Dong Wook and Lee Jun Ki have their own place in my circle of respectable actors, so it’s going to be an interesting experience to say the least and the signs are more than positive. Jo Kwan Woo‘s entrancing voice in Sangeoreul Saranghan Ineo transmits through higher levels of emotional intelligence as it blends with the floating melodies. It’s as fragile as it can get.