SHINee’s Taemin to Release First OST in 6 Years for tvN’s “Navillera” – Info%

SHINee’s Taemin will officially release his first OST in 6 Years for tvN’s “Navillera” on March 30th. Shawols around the world were delighted after hearing Taemin’s melodious and gentle voice on the ending song of the first episode of Navillera. This is after the incredible success of their comeback album, Don’t Call Me, we Shawols couldn’t be happier. Once again, Taemin has proven that he is not afraid to try something new, this time, the Criminal singer has captivated us all with his first OST in 6 years for tvN ‘Navillera.’ The emotional ballad song, “My Day,” marks his comeback to the KDrama OST scene following his duet, “Your Name,” which he sang with fellow member Jonghyun in 2015 for the KBS series, “School 2015: Who Are You?”

Watch a preview of SHINee’s Taemin First OST After Six Years – My Day:

SHINee Do not call meSuccess and Taemin.

SHINee is currently showering in success after their latest music video for their comeback album, Do not call me, garnering huge acclaim, and Taemin’s return to the world of Kdrama OST was basically the cherry on top for Shawols. Recently in an interview with the South China Morning Post, they talked about what it was like to bounce back from their 3 year hiatus. The group talked about how much they are eager to try something new, to fit the “current musical genre and mood,” and how they want to give their fans the best of what they have – we are in luck! – who has been waiting for them for three years.

Do not call me

As for Taemin, he has also proven himself to be a soloist. Her song, Criminal, from her album Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 1, has taken the world by storm. Seeing him say, “Break me again,” in his studded eye patch and leather ensemble was enough for fans to have a metaphorical heart attack. Not only that, he also gives us a glimpse into his cinematic vision and how he’s never afraid to try new things. SM entertainment is not wrong in giving the name “Ace of Aces.

Lee Taemin



Two people, who are very different ages, but have the same love for dancing, for ballet. The play’s name, “Navillera,” means a metaphor that conveys the appearance of a flying butterfly. It revolves around the lives of seventy-year-old Sim Deok-Chool (Park In-Hwan), who has a lifelong dream of appearing as a ballet dancer, and Lee Chae-Rok (Song Kang), who is twenty and three. , and her dreams of becoming a ballet dancer are slowly fading away.

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Deok-Chool was born during the Korean War. Even though she had a great interest in ballet, she had to give up on her dream of helping and supporting her family. After retiring from his job as a post office clerk, he took ballet classes. The entrance of Chae-Rok dances and inspires him to try his dream one more time. Chae-Rok, on the other hand, has tried his hand at many sports, but to no avail. In the end, she followed in her mother’s footsteps and tried ballet – and loved it. But because of great financial and emotional problems, his desire to dance faded. Thus, it begins a wonderful story about how a seventy year old student helps her teacher, who is in her twenties, find pleasure in ballet again.

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This kdrama was adapted from the Webtoon of the same name. The cast is just perfect! There are two veteran actors Park In-Hwan and Na Moon Hee, playing Deok-Chul and his wife, Hae-Nam. It is interesting to note that these two are considered the “national treasures” of Korean dramas. Song Kang himself still praises his outstanding acting at Sweet Home and is the reason for the tears of every other fangirl who is waiting for Love Alarm Season 2 to arrive. In my opinion, this Kdrama will definitely be a hit at all ages!

This is SHINee 4’s Taeminth Kdrama OST, its first release after 6 long years. She also sang for “To The Beautiful You,” Kdrama 2012 starring fellow member Minho, for Kdrama “Prime Minister and I” in 2014, and a lovely duet with late fellow member Jonghyun for “Who Are You.”

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