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Gong Yoo to release his version of “Because It's You / For Anybody” for ‘Big’ OST

Actor Gong Yoo, who’s currently starring as Seo Yoon Jae for his drama ‘Big‘, will be releasing his own version of Davichi‘s “Because It's You / For Anybody” for the drama’s OST. Co-composed by MengEee and Song Bong Jo with lyrics by Song Jae Won and Song Bong Jo, “For Anybody” is a stirring contemporary ballad featuring a simple piano and string instrumental. Gong Yoo will be showing off his singing skills through this new release, bound to melt the hearts of many with his alluring voice. During the recording session for the song, Gong Yoo commented, “It was a great experience that made me forget about my exhaustion while thinking of our viewers.” Gong Yoo is known to have participated in an OST in the past for the film ‘Finding Mr. Destiny‘ titled “Second First Love“. The OST is scheduled for a digital release on July 23rd. Credit: allkpop.com
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