With the release of the movie 'Josée', IU's song 'Lullaby' was found to have been inserted in the ending credits, drawing attention.
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The movie 'Josée' (directed by Kim Jong Kwan), which was released on December 10, depicts the most shining moments of the girl with the unforgettable name Josée (played by Han Ji Min) and a guy named Young Seok (played by Nam Joo Hyuk) from the day they first met.
As revealed by early moviegoers, IU's 'Lullaby' is inserted in the ending credits of 'Josée', which brings warmth to theaters this winter. As a result, the movie is drawing a lot of attention for its lingering imagery.
'Lullaby' is a song from IU's latest album 'Love Poem' released in November last year, and it is a song with lyrics about a person one meets in a dream, who will be forgotten after one wakes up, singing a lullaby before leaving. In particular, IU drew attention by revealing that she wrote the lyrics herself, inspired by 'Walking at Night' directed by Kim Jong Kwan, an episode of the original Netflix series 'Persona', in which she starred as the main role.
With her special relationship with director Kim Jong Kwan, 'Lullaby' appears in the ending credits of 'Josée' and doubles the heart-rending echo and sentimental emotion with its lyrics and melodies. Director Kim Jong Kwan said, "Personally, it's a heartwarming song, but after completing the film, I found the song essential to 'Josée'. I think 'Lullaby' will be a song that will leave a deep mark on the audience."