Capture of ‘Spring in Myanmar’. Provided｜Pulpiri Project
[Reporter Se-yeon Park, Daily Economy Star Today]
Myanmar’s girl singer, Wan Yi-hwa, has released her tribute song “Spring in Myanmar.”
Myanmar’s girl singer Wan Yi-hwa, who drew attention by singing “Sang Sa-hwa” at KBS2’s “Trot National Sports Festival,” released a tribute song for the Myanmar people called “Spring in Myanmar” on “Interpark” at noon on the 16th. Along with this, the tribute songs released include “Everything Will Be OK” and “Everything Will Be OK.”
The event, organized by the YouTube channel Full Flute Project, features Koreans’ sadness and support under the theme of “Korea’s dedication to the Myanmar people” under the direction of music director Cosmic Myung.
In line with the project called “Korea’s Dedication,” up to 40 professional performers participated in the music work.
Wan Yi-hwa sings the Korean version of ‘Spring in Myanmar’ and ‘Everything Will Be O.K.’ through the project. In addition to this song, there is “Everything will be fine” involving Kim Da-young, a one-year student at Dongduk Women’s University, and Kim Gun-hui, a four-year student at Namsan Elementary School. Wan Yi-hwa is a first-year middle school student staying in South Korea as a refugee status in Myanmar.
Prior to the release of the music, the video of “Spring in Myanmar” was released on the YouTube channel “Full Flute Project” on the 15th. The video clip of “Spring in Myanmar” is a glass egg-like video that makes people feel sad.
Meanwhile, the Pulpyri project will release the Korean, English and Myanmar versions of “Everything Will Be OK,” “Everything Will Be OK,” and “Everything Will Be OK” on YouTube sequentially after “Spring in Myanmar.”
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