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The 'Love Alarm' Season 2 Soundtrack Will Make You Relive All The Best Moments In The Show

BRB. Putting my earphones in and pretending my life's a K-Drama!
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When I'm watching a really good romantic Korean drama, it's like I turn into a lovesick high schooler getting all the butterflies everywhere. It's easy to get wrapped up in it, and by the time that I'm done with the show, I find myself asking, "What am I going to do with my life now?"

But what always gets me out of a serious post-K-drama funk is playing through a show's soundtrack. It's like reliving all the best scenes—feeling all the feels from all the emotional (sometimes overdramatic, but forgivably so) sequences, heartfelt exchanges between lovers, and even the little cutesy moments.

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So if you're done watching all six episodes of Love Alarm Season 2 and you're missing spending time with Jojo, Sun-oh, and Hye-yong, but don't exactly want to or have the time to rewatch everything, maybe try listening to the music featured on the show. It might ease a little bit of the dull pain while waiting for Netflix to drop a third season. 

Here are the tracks that played in Love Alarm Season 2:

1. "Bendable" by Keep Shelly in Athens

This song wasn't used in the show itself but plays in the trailer, and it's definitely a vibe.

2. "Volcano" by Kai Stone

Also a trailer track, "Volcano" is a low-key bop. And who doesn't like a love song with a catchy tune?

3. "Love Alarm" by Tearliner feat. Taru

A cute, bouncy, feel-good tune by K-pop indie gem Tearliner that you've probably heard from the first season's OST.

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4. "Falling Again" by Klang

Another iconic song that's been carried over from the previous season. It's still so good!

5. "In My Little Mind" by Hodge

This song has a folk/country sound to it, which adds that much more to the heartbreak-y feels. Sad reacts only.

6. "Blooming Story" by Tearliner feat. Jo Hae-Jin

A grand, victorious melody for all the moments Jojo overcame adversities that came her way. This song slays.

7. "Giving" by Ian Hug

This one hurts. It's a song that plays during those intense emotional sequences where one or more of the characters are bursting into tears. Perfect for a good, cathartic cry in the shower.

8. "It's Ringing" 

This is an original song that was 100% made for Love Alarm. I mean, it's basically Jojo's inner monologue for this season as she explores her feelings for Hye-Young. Also, in case you didn't notice, the title's "It's Ringing."


9. "Star" 

A super sweet and simple ballad that's bound to make anyone feel giddy inside!

10. "It's You" by Ian Hug

Another short, feel-good tune that you might just find yourself randomly humming to.