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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Tree felled on grass (song)

Tuned my cellphone radio in the commuter train on my way home to Radio Helsinki last Monday; what the hell, this etheric pop tune is sung in Korean! It was such a startling experience (hearing a Korean song in Finnish radio, and a good one at that) that I had to mail the program host and ask what it was. It was a tune from the soundtrack of 4inyong sikt'ak ("table for four", in its original English name The Uninvited), a horror movie from 2003 which has escaped my attention. The song Chandie pein namu ("Tree felled on grass", or in the original Anglo-Korean, "Grass-cut tree") was sung by Jung Ma-ri, tune by Jang Young-gyu and lyrics by Paek Jin (two last from Uhuhboo Band /어어부 밴드).
Listen to the song from Movist

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