The Warrior Baek Dong-Soo TV Series Soundtrack (2CD)
무사 백동수

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Also Known As:The Warrior Baek Dong Soo, Musa Baek Dong Soo, Honorable Baek Dong-Su
Director:Lee Hyeon-Jik, Kim Hong-Seon(b)
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Traditional, History, Action
Release Date:Sep 06, 2011
Publisher:Star and Tree
Product Made In:South Korea
Case:CD Case

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Disc. 1
야뇌 - BMK (4:55)
사랑에 빠지다 - 김태우 (3:54)
사랑 때문에 - 한승연 (카라) (4:38)
단 하루만 - 예성 (슈퍼주니어) (4:51)
내가 있죠 - 서영은 (4:21)
고여 - 신성우 (4:40)
The Only Road - 부활 (3:45)
심장이 미쳐서 - 신재 (3:35)
다시 만나면 - 지창욱 (4:02)
야뇌 Acoustic - 박은태 (3:37)
사랑에 빠지다 (Inst)
사랑 때문에 (Inst)
단 하루만 (Inst)
내가 있죠 (Inst)
The Only Road (Inst)

Disc. 2
참월도 (斬月刀) (6:32)
북벌의 대업 (4:38)
장용위 (壯勇衛) (3:28)
무사 백동수 (5:23)
운명 (4:40)
The Warriors (5:21)
Opening Theme (3:18)
기월산천 (期月山川) (2:35)
A Battlefield (4:47)
취우 (驟雨) (4:18)
지기지우 (知己之友) (5:18)
어릴적 작란 (作亂) (1:52)
비가 (悲歌) (3:43)
고수련 (1:50)
Green Frog (2:28)
흑사초롱 (4:27)
About Warrior Baek Dong-Soo TV Series, The
Broadcast: July 4, 2011 ~ September 20, 2011
Episodes: 29

Warrior Baek Dong-soo is 2011 SBS Historical television series in 29 episodes, aired beginning July 4, 2011, and continuing twice-weekly through October 10, 2011, set in the 18th century Joseon dynasty.

It is based on the real-life story of Baek Dong-soo (1743–1816), one of the three authors of Muyedobotongji, a pivotal martial arts work commissioned by King Jeongjo, and become the protector of the son of Prince Sado, King Jeongjo, along with his group. it stars Ji Chang-wook in the title role along with Yoo Seung-ho, who played Yeo-woon was Dong-soo's friend turned enemy and Choi Min Soo as the assassin lord Chun. As a political drama, the series traces the relationships between Joseon, led by King Yeongjo, the Qing empire, through its Ambassador to Joseon, the Heuk Sa Cho Rong assassin's guild, led by Chun, Ji and In, and later Yeo Woon, and the Japanese empire, represented by Kendo.