BTS’ V has achieved a significant milestone with his song “Sweet Night,” an original soundtrack (OST) featured in the popular JTBC drama “Itaewon Class.” Starring Park Seo Joon and Kim Da Mi, the drama garnered substantial attention, and V’s contribution to its soundtrack, “Sweet Night,” has now amassed over 100 million views on YouTube.
The Exciting News
Vlending Co. Ltd., the company responsible for the production of the OST, confirmed this accomplishment on October 25. BTS’ V’s heartfelt performance adds to the song’s widespread appeal.
This achievement solidifies “Sweet Night” as the second OST video from “Itaewon Class” to reach this remarkable view count, following Gaho’s “Start,” which achieved this milestone in January. Notably, “Sweet Night” has also gained significant recognition on Spotify, accumulating over 300 million streams, making it the second most-streamed Korean OST after “Christmas Tree.”
V’s Excellent Achievements
In “Sweet Night,” BTS’ V delivers a moving performance with a message of comfort, expressing the desire to offer solace to the main character, Park Sae Ro Yi, who endures many bitter and painful nights throughout the series.
Know More About Itaewon Class
“Itaewon Class” aired from January to March 2020 and is also available for streaming on Netflix. The series stars Park Seo Joon, Kim Da Mi, Yoo Jae Myung, and Kwon Nara and is an adaptation of the webtoon of the same name.
The storyline follows the journey of Park Sae Ro Yi, who, after a tragic incident resulting in his father’s death, seeks vengeance against the son of the powerful Jangga Group’s founder. This pursuit of retribution leads to his imprisonment. After his release, Park Sae Ro Yi established a restaurant called DanBam, embarking on a quest for success and justice against the Jangga Group. Along the way, he encounters various individuals who assist him in his mission.