Younha Says Take Five In Remake Mv For Seo Taijis 25th Anniversary Starring Shin Se Kyung

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Younha says 'Take Five' in remake MV for Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary starring Shin Se Kyung
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Younha says 'Take Five' in remake MV for Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary starring Shin Se Kyung

Singer Younha lent her voice for Part 3 of Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary remake project, 'Time: Traveler'!

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Younha's remake song is "Take Five", originally released in 1998. The song was a message of thanks to fans after Seo Taiji and the Boys' disbandment, when Seo Taiji began making music again while living in the U.S. in retirement.

The remake consists of a soft acid pop sound the original did not have, sporting a slow, but groovy tune. The MV for "Take Five" stars Shin Se Kyung, who during her child actress days starred in Seo Taiji's MV.

Watch: Younha Releases MV For Soothing Remake Of Seo Taijis Take Five Starring Shin Se Kyung
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Watch: Younha Releases MV For Soothing Remake Of Seo Taijis Take Five Starring Shin Se Kyung

In June, it was confirmed that talented vocalist Younha would be participating in Seo Taijis remake project for his 25th debut anniversary and released the MV for her remake of the artists hit Take Five earlier today.

Take Five was released in 1998 by Seo Taiji as a message to fans saying that he would return to the music scene again after the retirement of Seo Taiji and Boys in 1996. Younhas remake of the song stays true to the original in that it conveys the feeling of hope and comfort through her melodious and strong vocals but also differs from the original song with a softer, groovier pop sound.

BTS To Remake Seo Taijis Song For His 25th Debut Anniversary
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BTS To Remake Seo Taijis Song For His 25th Debut Anniversary

BTS is the first artist to participate in Seo Taijis new remake project, 25!

In celebration of his 25th debut anniversary, Seo Taiji will hold a concert on September 2 and start a new project in which junior artists will remake some of his best songs. It is meant to create a musical bond between Seo Taiji and junior singers and also to deliver meaningful music to listeners.

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A source from Seo Taijis agency explained, In addition to BTS, Seo Taiji will choose the junior singers who will participate in the project and work closely with them to pick and arrange the song they will remake. Seo Taiji will announce the next artists to join the project one by one.

BTS will be the first participants in Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary remake project
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BTS will be the first participants in Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary remake project

BTS is the first group up for Seo Taiji's 25th anniversary project.

He will be having project '25', where hoobae artists will remake his past hits. BTS will be the first ones in the project. In 2016, BTS had covered Seo Taiji's "Classroom Ideas" at the KBS Gayo Festival.

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Seo Taiji will be choosing the hoobae artists himself, and so far there's no information on which song BTS will be covering.

'Bride of Water God' starring Nam Joo Hyuk, Shin Se Kyung, Krystal, and Gong Myung to air in July
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'Bride of Water God' starring Nam Joo Hyuk, Shin Se Kyung, Krystal, and Gong Myung to air in July

New tvNdrama 'Bride of the Water God' is coming this summer.

'Bride of the Water God' is a spinoff version of a romantic comedy cartoon of the same title. Nam Joo Hyuk and Shin Se Kyung confirmed to play the leads while Gong Myung and f(x)'s Krystal also confirmed to join.

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Previously, it was announced that the drama has officially started filming on March 22.A rep from tvN gave more information about the new production on May 15, and revealed that 'Bride of the Water God' is set to air in July after the drama 'Circle'.