Listen to Kang Seung Yoon’s ‘Half and Half’ it describes Bo Ra! Deborah’s relationship perfectly in True to Love song

Lead singer of the South Korean boy band Winner Kang Seung Yoon, aka Yoon, has just released another single and, wow, is it the coolest thing.

The single is Kang Seung Yoon’s ‘Half and Half‘, and it is the official theme song for the relationship between Yeon Bo Ra and Lee Soo Hyuk. Also known as the main leads in the new and currently ongoing Korean drama Bo ra! Deborah (aka True to Love).

The music video for Kang Seung Yoon’s ‘Half and Half‘ was also released via the Genie Music YouTube channel earlier this week.

The official lyric video features Yoon performing the song in a studio, while interspersed with cute clips from Bo ra! Deborah.

The song itself is a bangin’ K-pop track featuring Yoon’s usual stellar vocals.

Vocals that fans are going crazy about in the comments on the YouTube video.

As for the lyrics of Yoon’s ‘Half and Half‘, they describe perfectly the relationship between Yeon Bo Ra and Lee Soo Hyuk:

Everything from the beginning were words about love
But words that don’t know love
When we started I pretended to be indifferent and smile

But even from afar light shines in my eyes
Stars rise
Imaginations I encounter every time I walk down the street
I can’t hide can’t hide
It’s right now, let’s go

(A rough English translation. You will find the full Korean lyrics for Yoon’s ‘Half and Half via Genius).

Kang Seung Yoon’s ‘Half and Half‘ music video was released on Friday. You can watch it down below.

As for Bo ra! Deborah, while not one of the most-watched rom coms coming out of South Korea right now, it absolutely should be.

It really is that cute and funny.

Bo ra! Deborah, aka True to Love in the west stars Yoo In Na as dating coach Yeon Bo Ra and Yoon Hyun Min as publishing planner Lee Soo Hyuk.

It airs on ENA in South Korea every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:00 (KST), with new episodes showing up on Amazon Prime Video outside Korea soon after.


About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.