Several of Korea's most prominent acts have come together to record the 2019 One K global campaign theme song "Korean Dream," expressing hopes for a reunited Korea.
The music video for the ensemble version, which was released on February 15, features 59 different singers, including solo artists like Lim Chang Jung, Jung In, ALi, Lee Sang Min, rapper Cheetah, and idol groups Momoland, April, LABOUM, KARD, TRCNG, and Dream Catcher. There is also an instrumental version and another solely performed by the members of ASTRO.
According to the One K campaign, the ensemble version also includes the voices of five children representing Daesungdong Elementary School, located just below the North-South Korea divide in the city of Paju. The school is famous for having given North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun a bouquet of flowers during the April 2018 Inter-Korean Summit.
"Korean Dream" will be performed at the 100 year anniversary concert held to commemorate the March 1 Movement, a historical day of uprising against Japanese occupation. The event, which will be sponsored by SBS, is set to host 20 different musical acts.
Meanwhile, One K is currently preparing even more for their campaign, including a documentary film and an art exhibition combining the works of both North and South Korean talents.
Check out the music video for campaign song "Korean Dream" above!