[ENG SUB] Spring Is Gone by chance MV
Jemini has released a MV for the OST Part.4 of the drama, The Girl Who Sees Smell” titled, “I’ll Pray Everyday.”
The drama features popular artist and actor, JYJ’s Yoochun, and Shin Sekyung, who is popular for many roles including High Kick and Tazza: the Hidden Card.
The Girl Who Sees Smells (냄새를 보는 소녀) Two people are brought together by their connection to a horrible event and work together to solve the case. Choi Moo Gak (Park Yoochun) lost his younger sister, Eun Seol (Kim So Hyun), in a senseless killing known as the “Bar Code Murders” three years ago.
“‘I’ll pray everyday’ is another fine ballad made by the composer-team Red Socks, who is very active in the field as composing ‘I miss you so much by Acoustic Collabo’ in Discovery of Love OST and ‘In the time that I loved you by Xia Junsu’ in Mr.Baek OST, and Jemini who has already proven her talent in the Birth of a beauty OST. Jemini is a new singer who drew a lot of attention by singing the main theme of Han Ye Seul in the ‘Birth of a beauty’, the weekend soap opera of SBS.
Although it is a major ballad song, it pathetically expresses the heart of Oh Cho Rim by applying the minor scale at the introduction. As the song flows to the latter part, you can feel why Jemini should sing this song with her voice.”
Ep. 2 Preview: Mugak visits the Section Chief so to request a chance to distinguish himself to get chosen as a homicide detective. The Section Chief gives a case file to Mugak and tells him that for him to be chosen as a detective, he’ll be given ten days to catch the culprit. Meanwhile, Cho-rim suggests that Mugak be a comic partner with her, in exchange for car repairs..
Ep. 3 Preview: Cho-rim tells Mugak that she sees Joo Mari’s perfume smell leading to the river, and Joo Mari’s car and corpse lying in the river. Confirming that the barcode is the thing carved on Joo Mari’s arm, Yeom-mi orders for Mugak to join the special crime investigative unit to solve the barcode serial murders..
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