Top Korean boy group BTS is back by singing an OST for the Japanses remake of ‘Signal’. There’s nothing that BTS can’t do as they are now bringing their music to Japan!
This will definitely make ARMYs go crazy!
According to Allkpop, BTS’s agency, Big Hit Entertainment, confirmed the news on March 7th and said:
“BTS participated in the OST for the Japanese remake of ‘Signal’ (シグナル 長期未解決事件捜査班). They will add intensity to the production with the track ‘Don’t Leave Me’.”
The title song “Don’t Leave Me” can be described as an EDM and hip-hop track with strong beats which suits BTS’s hip-hop style of singing.
The good news just keep coming! The song will also be included in BTS’ 3rd Japanese album ‘Face Yourself’ which will be released on April 4th!
In the meantime, the Japanese remake of ‘Signal’ actually derives from the hit South Korean police procedural television series starring Lee Je-hoon, Kim Hye-soo and Cho Jin-woong.
The Japanese version of ‘Signal’ will also be featuring top Japanese actor, Sakaguchi Kentaro as he will be playing the main character.
After the news of Kentaro as male lead broke out, it had lead to high anticipations!
The first episode of the drama is set to air in April. For all Kentaro’s fans and J-drama fans, remember to mark the date down on your calendar and catch the first episode.
Written by: Chan Suet Yee