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Korean singer sings 'What's Wrong with Secretary Kim' Philippine adaptation soundtrack

Jan Milo Severo - Philstar.com
Korean singer sings 'What's Wrong with Secretary Kim' Philippine adaptation soundtrack
Kim Won Shik
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MANILA, Philippines — Korean singer Kim Won Shik launched his latest single, "To Be With You," featured as part of the soundtrack for the Philippine adaptation of "What's Wrong with Secretary Kim."

In general, the song reveals a profound narrative of enduring love, longing, and the unbreakable connection shared between two people.

Kim Won Shik's emotive performance in this captivating ballad promises to resonate deeply with audiences, adding a powerful layer to the acclaimed series adaptation that he’s also part of. The artist further enriches the emotional tapestry of the show, providing a fitting backdrop for moments of love, longing, and romance.

This lyrical choice for “To Be With You” paints a picture of a love so deep that it transcends the boundaries of time, evident in lines, “Oh I don't know how long could I love you / Until the end of universe / To be with you my love."

Recorded in South Korea, Won-shik expresses his gratitude for the opportunity to share this single under Universal Records Philippines, showcasing his remarkable talent and passion for music apart from being a known actor. Won-shik himself performed it during the show's exclusive media conference last month.

"To Be With You" is now available on all major streaming platforms, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in its soul-stirring melodies and heartfelt lyrics.

"What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" starring Kim Chiu and Paulo Avelino started streaming on March 18 exclusively on VIU.

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