What Songs Do Lee Junho and Lee Se Young Listen to In Order to Get into Their Roles in ‘The Red Sleeve’?

The Red Sleeve Junho
The Red Sleeve Junho
Credit: MBC Radio

Lee Junho and Lee Se Young talked about the songs they listen to in order to get into their roles in The Red Sleeve.

On the 28th, The Red Sleeve stars appeared on MBC radio’s Kim Shin Young’s Hope Song at Noon as special DJs to keep the promise they made. Previously, the actors promised to revisit the show as DJs if their drama surpasses the 10% ratings.

During the show, Lee Junho and Lee Se Young were asked what songs they listen to these days.

In response, Junho replied, “I often listen to Wheein’s ‘I Wish.’ I listen to it when I’m getting ready or when I’m at home.” He then explained, “It especially helps me get immersed in our drama. The song reminds me of the young Deok Im and San, and it makes me sad, affectionate, longing, and like that.”

Lee Se Young chose the song “Starlight Heart” by Ben, another OST of The Red Sleeve. “After Ben’s ‘Starlight Heart’ was first released, I started listening to it. I listen to it a lot after I finish filming,” she commented.

Junho then added that listening to the drama OST helps them a lot to get into their roles.

Meanwhile, The Red Sleeve is a record of an affectionate love story of a royal concubine who wanted to protect the life she chose and a king who put his country first over his love. The drama became a major hit, recording 14.2% ratings nationwide for its last episode.

 

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