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5 Best K-Drama OSTs Of April 2015

BY Adrienne Stanley | May 07, 2015 02:29 PM EDT


April was a fantastic month for K-pop and was a particularly solid period for original soundtrack releases. EXO's Baekhyun delivered the tremendous ballad, "Beautiful" while Tiger JK continued the momentum of his latest MFBTY release with his soundtrack appearance for "Who Are You: School 2015." While these songs received some of the most attention, releases by Hwanhee and Loco were equally noteworthy. Here are 5 of the best Korean drama original soundtrack releases for April 2015. 

 1. “Beautiful” from part one of the “EXO Next Door “ soundtrack  EXO led the pack of original soundtrack releases for April 2015 with the soulful hit, “Beautiful.” Baekhyun skillfully performed the song, whose official music video racked up more than 1 million views. “EXO Next Door” has continued to serve as a thrilling web drama for fans of EXO, demonstrating the acting skills of Chanyeol, Baekhyun, D.O, Sehun and Kai. The series will continue to air in 15 minute segments on Naver TV Cast through May 28.

 2. “Reset” from “Who Are You: School 2015  

MFBTY’s Tiger JK followed the success of “WondaLand” with “Reset” for part one of the “Who Are You: School 2015” soundtrack. Tiger JK, who is also known as Drunken Tiger, is joined by Jinsil of Mad Soul Child on the stirring song which evokes the emotional of complexity of the latest installment of the on-going “School” series.

 3. “Spring Is Gone By Chance” from “The Girl Who Sees Smells” 

AOMG rapper Loco and Yuju conjure the sounds that mark the spring on the “Spring Is Gone By Chance” for the part two of “The Girl Who Sees Smells” original soundtrack.

 4. “Heart-breaking” for part one of the “Orange Marmalade” soundtrack

“Orange Marmalade” has yet to premiere but Hwanhee released the emotional song “Heart-breaking” for part of the highly anticipated original soundtrack.

 5. “Paradise” for “Falling In Love With Innocence”
The compelling weekend drama “Falling In Love With Innocence” has been punctuated by the infectious electro-pop song “Paradise” from Davink, which appeared on part one of the soundtrack.

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