The Meaning Behind the 12 Queen of Tears Soundtracks: All Deep!

Explore the emotional depths of Queen of Tears OSTs, each song a narrative masterpiece reflecting love, regret, and reconciliation.
The Meaning Behind The 12 Queen Of Tears Soundtracks: All Deep!

1. “The Reasons of My Smiles” – BSS (SEVENTEEN)

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 1 “The Reasons of My Smiles” – BSS (SEVENTEEN). (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

This song sung by the SEVENTEEN sub-unit describes the feeling of falling very deeply in love. Both Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In, they are fascinated by each other and fall in love with each other many times.

As the title suggests, they think their partner is the reason that can make them smile. They will protect each other without thinking about how big the danger is lurking. Because their partner is their treasure and also half their soul.

2. “Tell Me It’s Not a Dream” – 10CM

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Poster OST Queen of Tears Part 2 “Tell Me It’s Not a Dream” – 10CM. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

When Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In’s relationship began to drift apart, a miracle came to bring them both together again. This is hard to believe and even dreamlike. That’s what the song “Tell Me It’s Not a Dream” from 10CM wants to convey.

Smiles cannot be avoided when they start to repair the broken relationship. They just realized that their partner is very valuable in their life. Therefore, they do not hesitate to spend the rest of their lives with their soul mate.

3. “Hold Me Back” – Heize

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Poster OST Queen of Tears Part 3 “Hold Me Back” – Heize. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

Heize’s “Hold Me Back” can be said to be an expression of regret from Baek Hyun Woo’s perspective. Choosing to separate from Hong Hae In because they always argue seems like the wrong decision. Baek Hyun Woo has difficulty forgetting his memories with Hong Hae In. Moments of fighting that once felt suffocating are now moments that he longs for. His heart always tends to run after his beloved.

4. “Love You with All My Heart” – Crush

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 4 “Love You with All My Heart” – Crush. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

In accordance with what Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In experienced, they often lied to themselves about their respective feelings. They tend to prioritize ego instead of admitting that they love each other. As time went by, they finally realized that the two of them were born to complement each other. This is expressed well through the song “Love You with All My Heart” sung by Crush.

5. “Fallin'” – Hong Issac

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Poster OST Queen of Tears Part 5 “Fallin’ ” – Hong Isaac. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

After getting bored with arguing, now is the time for Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In to make peace and return to their love. For the umpteenth time, they fell in love again. The romance that was once vague becomes truly real. They become increasingly enamored with each other. In the future, they will not hesitate to be honest about each other’s feelings.

6. “Can’t Get Over You” – Paul Kim

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 6 “Can’t Get Over You” – Paul Kim. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

“Can’t Get Over You” by Paul Kim is one of the iconic OSTs. This song implies Baek Hyun Woo’s sadness when he feels a deep longing for Hong Hae In.

When he missed him, Hong Hae In’s face always filled Baek Hyun Woo’s heart and mind. Until he decided to express his longing by expressing his feelings of love. Baek Hyun Woo doesn’t just like Hong Hae In, he also loves her.

7. “From the Bottom of My Heart” – Kim Na Young

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 7 “From the Bottom of My Heart” – Kim Na Young. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

On the other hand, Kim Na Young’s “From Bottom of My Heart” takes Hong Hae In’s point of view. Sometimes, he shows an indifferent attitude, pretends not to care, even hides his tears behind his curt attitude. In fact, behind all that, he really wanted to always be beside Baek Hyun Woo. Her husband is the only reason why she wants to live longer.

8. “Last Chance” – So Soo Bin

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 8 “Last Chance” – So Soo Bin. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

The sincerity of Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In’s love is clearly depicted in “Last Chance” performed by So Soo Bin. When given the opportunity, they try to correct the mistakes of the past. By starting their love affair again, they hope their relationship will last a long time. Longing and sincerity of love that come together are like a real miracle.

9. “Promise” – Choi Yu Ree

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 9 “Promise” – Choi Yu Ree. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

As the title suggests, “Promise” by Choi Yu Ree is about promises. Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In promise to always be together, take their beloved to the most comfortable place, and enjoy ordinary days just the two of them. After previously it was just a dream, now is the time for them to make these fairly simple wishes come true.

10. “Heart Flutter” – dory

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 10 “Heart Flutter” – dori. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

Having a sweet melody, “Heart Flutter” from dori contains the beautiful feeling of falling in love. Even though you have felt in love before, this time it feels very different. From Baek Hyun Woo’s point of view, he had never fallen in love that deeply except for Hong Hae In, and vice versa.

11. “More than Enough” – Kim Taerae ZEROBASEONE

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 11 “More than Enough” – Kim Tae Rae (ZEROBASEONE). (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

Towards the end, Queen of Tears released an extra OST specifically for the second couple, Hong Soo Cheol (Kwak Dong Yeon) and Cheon Da Hye (Lee Joo Bin). The song entitled “More than Enough” was sung by Kim Taerae from ZEROBASEONE. The lyrics are a description of the flow of their love story. Whatever the obstacles, they will face them as long as they live together. Because living together is more than enough for them.

12. “Way Home” – Kim Soo Hyun

The Meaning Of The 12 Osts Of Drakor Queen Of Tears, All Deep!Queen of Tears OST Poster Part 12 “Way Home” – Kim Soo Hyun. (Instagram.com/hyeseung_nam_music_director)

Special OST Queen of Tears, “Way Home”, performed by the actor Baek Hyun Woo himself, namely Kim Soo Hyun. Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In have gone through the twists and turns of difficult household problems. Now, Baek Hyun Woo intends to propose to Hong Hae In again. They will hold hands and go together to achieve their goal, which is to remarry and live happily.

Korean OST Queen of Tears produced by music director Nam Hye Sung, working with Kim Kyung Hee and Park Jin Ho. The three of them are also involved in producing OSTs for other popular Korean dramas, such as Crash Landing On You (2019), Our Beloved Summer (2021), Lovestruck in the City (2020), and many more.

Apart from the drama, OST Queen of Tears also gained high popularity. In fact, “Love You with All My Heart” sung by Crush managed to penetrate the top 10 charts in South Korea. This proves Queen of Tears It was worked out very well and in detail to become the big success it is today.

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