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Midas OST – Can I Love You

“Can I Love You” by No Min Woo

Excited to meet you many times
Cried to part many times
I believed love is painful, love doesn't last forever
There's always an end for love
I made you cry saying words that I didn't mean
I hurt you like a fool
Now I know, I can't live without you
Even though I don't deserve you
Can I love you
Can I hold you
It's not a waste to give you everything I have
I realized it is love for the first time
You are the one I love more than myself
Now I don't want to lose you
Now I don't think I can love someone else
All those tears I shed through pain
That is a practice for seeing you
Can I love you
Can I hold you
It's not a waste to give you everything I have
I realized it is love for the first time
You are the one I love more than myself
I want to love you
I want to hold you
I am reborn after meeting you
Even though life is hard and the world lies to me
I will watch over you, I love you

Midas OST – Sad Love

Midas OST Part 5=

“Sad Love” by No Min Woo

Love really doesn't know my heart
The world really doesn't know my heart
There is a person that I love
But she doesn't know my heart
Right this moment, it's you
Foolish love, finally finally
Do you know my heart, feel my heart
My yearning heart for you
Foolish love, finally finally
Do you know my heart, feel my heart, my darling
Please don't forget my eyes, my heart
People don't know you
They don't know your beautiful heart
The pain from breakup, pretending it doesn't hurt
Do you miss the one that left you
Are you still hurting, I'm looking at you
Foolish love, finally finally
Do you know my heart, feel my heart
My yearning heart for you
Foolish love, finally finally
Do you know my heart, feel my heart, my darling
Please don't forget my eyes, my heart
Only your love makes me
Forget my painful heart, the reason for me to live
I love you so much, now now
Do you know my heart, feel my heart
My yearning heart for you
Foolish love, finally finally
Do you know my heart, feel my heart, my darling
Forget me, forget me, please
Goodbye, sad love

Midas OST – You Are Heaven

Midas

“You Are Heaven” by Kang Seung Yoon

I can't hear anything, I can't see anything
In a place where there is no sound, a place where there is no light
A day when I put my head down and cry 

The tears that wet my foot, a face that I remember from them
Who is that person, I stood still watching but then
I realized it was you

Because I love you, I live because of you
I can go through this

This hard world
Every day that was like hell
Because you are with me, it's becoming heaven

Even it's something I can't turn back, even if it's a road I can't go back to
Becoming the sunlight, the person that shines bright
I realized it was you

Because I love you, I live because of you
I can go through this

This hard world
Every day that was like hell
Because you are with me, it's becoming heaven

It's fate, my heart tells me 

I will love you, only you

Because I love you, I live because of you
I can go through this

This hard world

Every day that was like hell
Because you are with me, it's becoming heaven

Now..

Jang Hyuk’s Midas Touch

Who would’ve imagined that the Jang Hyuk from back in the days as the prototypical dorky cowering boyfriend to uber alpha girlfriends i.e Shin Mina and Jeon Jihyun could transform into such a delicious scroundel complete with reverberating gruff throaty voice, scruffy facial stubbles, and six- (maybe even eight-) pack choco abs. But here he is, in contention- rumored or what not- to lead the best scripts floating around where his potential roles’ characters are craft without a speck of sugar.

After last year’s all around cinematic K.O. Chuno (2009), Jang Hyuk had been in talks to lead dramas such as romantic-fantasy Secret Garden (2010) and action-adventure Poseiden (2010), which ultimately didn’t pan out, delaying seeing this surprisingly wide-ranged transformative actor sooner. Last seen in the Chinese remake of All About Eve (2010), taking on the character Jang Dong Gun played in the Korean version (2000), he has finally confirmed his latest project- Midas.

Midas will be broadcast on SBS network (which is having an amazing lineup all the way to next year) centering on the business world and several of its movers and shakers. Jang Hyuk’s character hasn’t been completely fleshed out yet, but in the high-stake, make-or-die cutthroat financial world, a three-piece Hugo Boss suit draped, smoldering shark persona might not be far from possibility.

Flanking him are Lee Min Jung, fresh off her local box-office topper Cyrano Agency, and Kim Hee Ae, ready for a comeback since 2006’s My Man’s Woman.

Midas, taken from the tragic Greek mythological character King Midas, who simultaneously gained and lost everything he came in contact with, is a telling title for a drama set in the world of tycoons, stocks, securities, and mergers and acquisitions. With the continuing fallout of the global financial crisis with its varying recession lows, there should be plenty of source material for inspiration and content to work with. Director Kang Shin Ho reunites with Jang Hyuk once again after their collaboration in Tazza (2008) to steer him and company through All In (2003) and Jumong (2006-2007) famed screenwriter Choi Wan Kyu‘s script.

Midas lines up after Athena:Goddess of War.