Goblin OST with Gong Yoo narrations, lyric book and photo book: Pre-orders open online

Apart from a lyric book, there will be a photo album that contains never-seen-before images of Gong Yoo.

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Cast of tvN drama 'Goblin.' facebook.com/Goblin.official

The tvN series Goblin's popularity is soaring high with strong TV ratings and popular soundtracks which became chart toppers. According to reports, the upcoming release of the soundtrack album of the tvN fantasy drama contains special items which include a narration from Goblin's lead actor Gong Yoo.

Reportedly, "Goblin" OST is trying to delight its avid fans with a compilation of16 songs from the tvN drama. Reportedly, the previous tracks such as Punch's collaboration single "Stay With Me," EXO's Chanyeol, Ailee's hit "I Will Go to You Like the First Snow," Crush's "Beautiful" and others will all be part of the upcoming OST album.

According to South Korean news outlet Wow TV, apart from these, the opening track from the tvN drama 'Goblin' yet to be released will also be included in the two-disc "Goblin" OST. According to Yibada, in the said OST album, one of the CDs will contain only the instrumental tracks from the K- drama 'Goblin'.

And apart from the various songs from the popular fantasy series, there will also be a narration piece of Gong Yoo. Reportedly, a lyric book as well as a photo book will be included, which contain some images which were never seen before, as well as many other still photos from the drama.

Fans are quite excited about the new OST album which promises to have a unique design cover. In fact, the cover of the album showcases several images when it is viewed from specific angles. For the South Korean buyers, pre-orders for the "Goblin" OST is already open online.

In other news, the tvN fantasy drama maintained the top spot of the Content Power Index (CPI), for the period of Jan. 2-Jan. 8. With a score of 294.4 points, "Goblin" grabbed the first spot, according to CJ E&M and Nielsen Korea, as cited by Yonhap News.

This article was first published on January 19, 2017