The OST Part 3 of "Adult Trainee," which will be released simultaneously through major domestic music sites, consists of two songs, "All Again," in which Jade participated, and "Dumbi," sung by Suin.
All Again is a folk-pop-style song that expresses the excitement of love that has come again, and sings about the importance of everything with a precious person.
Jade made his debut with the digital single "Complete Yours" in 2017 and has since released digital singles such as "Us," "Vintages," and "Paradise" as well as mini-album "Violet Dreamer."
Recently, he participated in the OST of tvN's drama "Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha," which ended successfully, and released the song "My Romance," which was written, composed, and arranged himself, and also participated in the OST "EP. Hi Dorothy" of "Drama Stage 2021.
He is a rookie who made his debut after releasing I'lltakeyoudownipromise, and is expanding his position in the music industry by embodying his music world through digital singles "24" and mini albums "A.N.Other."
His song "Dumbi" features a simple rhythm and addictive melody, and Suin's powerful vocals harmonized with it give a strong impression. It is also expected that the harmony of vocals and chorus in harmony with the synthesizer sound will be expressed as if pouring out, giving listeners a refreshing feeling.
Jade's All Again and Suin's Dumbi, the third OST of "Adult Trainee," can be found on major domestic music sites at 6 p.m. on the 26th.
The last episode of "Na Eun Episode," which will be released on the 26th, depicts what happens when Na Eun (Kwon Young-eun), who is always worried about dieting, receives gifts and letters from an anonymous opponent named J.
It will be interesting to see Na-eun struggling to find a real J between the two with J candidates Bum (Cho Sung-joon) and Kang Joon (Kim Min-ki), who caught Na-eun's eyes.
The tving Original "Adult Trainee," consisting of a total of three omnibuses (7 episodes), is a bloody pink comedy featuring the concerns and love of teenagers whose bodies are covered first, featuring Ryu Eui-hyun, Miyeon, Cho Yoo-jung, Ryeo-woon, Kwon Young-eun, and Kim Min-ki.