This LA-Based Musician Wrote a Song Inspired By ‘Crash Landing on You’
The song talks about hoping for one’s own Captain Ri — or the person one’s always dreamed of
As a consumer and lover of media, I’m no stranger to feeling so moved and inspired by a piece of pop culture that I just have to create something around it, whether that’s an essay, a work of fiction, a fan video, or a page in my journal. That’s one of my favorite parts of consuming media: its transformative aspect, the ability to do your own take on something you love and turn that work of art into something more personal to you.
For this Los Angeles-based musician, it’s no different.
The up-and-coming artist Bey released her debut single called “Crash Landing,” a three-minute dream pop track inspired by one of 2020’s most successful K-dramas, Crash Landing on You.
The song’s meaning is layered—it talks about fantasy, but it also speaks of the reality when it comes to relationships: “the excitement and uncertainty that comes with weathering life together.”
Bey’s first-ever single has two versions: one in English, and another in Korean, both of which are available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, and Deezer.
Lead photos from IMdB (Crash Landing on You) and Universal Records (Bey)