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|Product Title:||Lovers in Prague Original Soundtrack (2CD+DVD) (Taiwan Version) 布拉格戀人電視原聲大碟 (2CD+DVD) (台灣版) 布拉格恋人电视原声大碟 (2CD+DVD) (台湾版) プラハの恋人 OST (2CD+DVD) (台灣版) Lovers in Prague Original Soundtrack (2CD+DVD) (Taiwan Version)|
|Singer Name(s):||Korean TV Series Soundtrack 韓國電視原聲 韩国电视原声 韓国ＴＶドラマサントラ 한국드라마 사운드트랙|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Other Information:||2CDs + DVD|
|Shipment Unit:||2 What is it?|
|Publisher:||Alpha Music Co., Ltd|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1004309834|
Product Information / Track List
01. 奇蹟般的你 - 金時真
02. 這一次... - 任宰範
03. 痛苦消失後 - 允美萊
04. 唯一的摯愛 - 劉海浚
05. 布拉格戀人 - 金時真
06. 向日葵 - 趙奎萬
07. 悲痛的謊言 - 金時真
08. 你的微笑 - 朴學奇
09. Once - Paran
10. 你… - 延羽
11. 在你身邊 - 金東旭
12. 回憶布拉格 - 任宰範
** 內附中譯歌詞 **
01. 布拉格戀人 (對白)
02. 布拉格戀人 (主旋律)
04. 瓦次拉夫廣場 (對白)
08. 夕陽 (對白)
11. 我愛你 (對白)
13. Praha For Lovers (對白)
14. Praha For Lovers
18. Praha For Lovers with Guitar
01. 這一次... - 任宰範
02. 唯一的摯愛 - 劉海浚
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Editor's Pick of "Lovers in Prague Original Soundtrack (2CD+DVD) (Taiwan Version)"
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January 25, 2008
Pictures and music go hand in hand, as seen in the well-crafted soundtracks for hit dramas like The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince, Dae Jang Geum, and Winter Sonata. Another soundtrack that beautifully renders its partner's appeals is the Lovers in Prague OST.
A contemporary Korean version of Audrey Hepburn's Roman Holiday, Lovers In Prague sees recently crowned Cannes queen Jeon Do Yeon playing Korea's First Daughter who falls in love with a quirky but charming detective portrayed deftly by Kim Joo Hyuk. Speaking of love that conquers all, Lovers in Prague entrances you into the romantic, historical atmosphere of Prague for which the drama does an excellent job as tour guide.
Musical director Choi Sung Wook, also responsible for the hot-selling soundtracks of I Am Sorry, I Love You and All In, works his magic again with the Lovers In Prague OST. Perfectly complementing the drama while providing entertainment value on its own, the soundtrack rolls out a slew of creative talents like Yim Jae Bum, T (a.k.a. Yoon Mi Rae), Cho Kyu Man, Yoo Hae Joon, and Park Hak Ki. Five member boy band Paran lend their vocals to the main love theme, Once (CD 1 - Track 9), which immediately strikes chord upon first hearing with its catchy mid-tempo melody. Highlighted by the group's soulful and husky rendition, Once draws out emotional inspiration - a confidence booster for anyone craving some encouragement.
The sleeper hit of the album, Dahn Hana Eh Sarang ("The Only Love") (CD 1 - Track 4), made its singer Yoo Hae Joon an overnight sensation. Donning Michael Bolton's soulful huskiness, Yoo melts you like butter with his luscious baritone voice. The calm peaceful interplay between guitar plucking and percussion shaker spread throughout the song projects an overall feel of European ambience and romance. Another nod to Prague, Muluju Te (CD 2 - Track 12), which means "I Love You" in Czech, is aptly used throughout the series. This gripping, heart-racing instrumental score opens with a rumbling piano riff followed by an orchestral outburst. Like the pounding drumbeats of Ave Maria from the Stairway to Heaven soundtrack, this number manages to eke out some intense anxiety, not to mention goosebumps, and soars to the uppermost heights of emotion.
One of the best instrumental scores I've heard in years, No Eul ("Sunset") (CD 2 - Track 8) instantaneously pulls the trigger of past heartaches, but then gradually oozes out the air of hope and optimism. Kim Si Jin's Lovers In Prague (CD 1 - Track 5), a cruising-tempo ballad reminding me of Weather Report's Good, Good, is another highlight. Kim's smooth honest vocals sound inviting and down to earth, while the guitar strumming accentuates the beauty of acoustic arrangement. Capturing the many musical colors that ignite the sparks of the drama, this beautifully crafted soundtrack offers an experience worth numerous spins.