Recently, several netizens had a discussion on the popular forum website, Nate Pann, about which K-Drama OST sung by a K-Pop idol was their favorite. They admitted that it was difficult due to there being so many memorable songs in the industry. Below are the final 8 decisions and the netizens’ thoughts behind them!

8. “Yeowooya” by Red Velvet’s Joy (for The Liar and His Lover)

Joy’s voice is so clear and soft. I love this song, and I listen to it once a day. It’s an innocent and bright song.

7. “Love Song” by BTOB’s Sungjae (for School 2015)

When you listen to this song, doesn’t it feel like you want to fly around in your school uniform? It makes me feel good when I listen to it.

6. “You’re My Garden” by Apink’s Eunji (for Strong Woman Do Bong Soon)

Her voice is clear but a bit husky. I think Eunji’s voice is perfect for this song. It’s weak and innocent at first, but powerful at the end.

5. SEVENTEEN Seungkwan’s cover of “Beautiful Moment” by K.Will (for Beauty Inside)

I think this is the best idol cover I’ve ever seen. His voice is beautiful when he sings falsetto and high notes.

Seungkwan is a legend. I listen to every song he makes.

4. “Happy” (for Do You Like Brahms?) and “On the Road” (for Hyena) by EXO’s Baekhyun

Please listen to these two songs. They are the best OSTs ever, and I’m in love with them. Baekhyun’s voice sounds both soft and solid, especially the high notes.

All of Baekhyun’s songs are good. *crying emoji*.

3. “With My Tears” by MAMAMOO’s Wheein (for Hospital Playlist)

Wheein’s voice was perfect for this remake. Maybe it’s because of her transparent, clear voice, but her song just makes me even sadder.

I tear up every time I hear this song.

2. “Missing You Like Crazy” by Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon (for The King 2 Hearts)

Taeyeon sounds like a clear, cool, and powerful voice. The more I listen to it, the more I fall in love with it. I also love her song for Hotel del Luna, ‘All About You.’

She really has so many amazing songs.

1. “Sweetest Thing” by SEVENTEEN (for Chocolate)

I think it fits SEVENTEEN’s image. It feels refreshing and innocent. When you listen to it, it kind of feels like you’re at the beach.