BY Adrienne Stanley | Oct 31, 2015 06:50 PM EDT
Autumn is a transitional season where angst-ridden ballads dominate Korean pop charts. While K-pop focuses on breakup tales and songs of woe, the strongest dramas have centered on romance birthed out of childhood friendship. "She Was Pretty" exemplifies this theme that continues to rule the airwaves.
Super Junior's Choi Siwon proves that he is a talented comedic actor in the hit MBC series and his contribution to the original soundtrack, "Only You," shows off his skills as a vocalist.
The popular Super Junior star continues to wow viewers as Kim Shin Hyuk, an hilarious and carefree editor at a leading fashion magazine, the Most.
EXO's Xiumin shines on "You are the One," an uptempo ditty from his web series, "Falling for Challenge." Xiumin makes his dramatic debut in the drama as Na Do Jeon, a young man whose part-time job is working as a clown. Kim So Eun (Scholar Who Walks the Night) is Ban Ha Na, a fellow college student who dreams of launching a food truck, while attempting to keep the hobby club, One Plus, functioning on the campus.
Produced by Samsung Group, the series will run a total of six episodes through Naver, Daum, and YouTube.
Big Bang's T.O.P ventures outside the box of his notorious rapid-fire rhymes, exhibiting rich vocals on "Hi Haruka" from his upcoming drama, "The Secret Message."
"The Secret Message" is a Korean-Japanese web series that will air 18 episodes on Naver TV Cast, LINE, and DTV. In the drama, T.O.P portrays Woo Hyun, a man who is struggling with the emotions remaining from his first love. He continues to believe in true love and could find it, when he encounters Haruka, a Japanese woman who is seeking ideal romance.
After School's Lizzy delivers sweet vocals alongside the easygoing flow of Kanto for "Flower" from the "Sassy Go Go" soundtrack. "Flower" illustrates the budding romance between the protagonists of the teen series, Kang Yeon Do (After School's Jung Eun Ji) and Kim Yeol (Lee Won Keun).
Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor at KDramaStars. She is also a contributing music writer at KpopStarz, MTV Iggy and other publications. When she is not listening to "Rhythm Ta," she can be found on Twitter. (@retrogirladdy).
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