Members of Korean idol group Super Junior will be singing the main theme song for upcoming sports film tentatively titled "Dreams Come True," according to its producer on Wednesday.
CJ Entertainment stated in a press release that Super Junior members Shindong, Leeteuk, Eunhyuk, Yesung and Sungmin had prepared the song since its planning stages a year ago.
"The fresh and vibrant image these Super Junior members give off due to their various activities on variety programs, radio shows and musicals, goes well with the title song and theme of the movie," a representative from CJ was quoted as saying.
"Dreams," starring Korean actors Lee Sung-jae, Kang Sung-jin, Yoo Tae-woong and Lee Sun-ho, is about how North Korean and South Korean soldiers near the demilitarized zone separating the two countries come together for their love of soccer.
The movie, a comical drama helmed by Kye Yoon-shik, is set to premiere on May 27 in Korea.
Super Junior is known as one of the biggest K-pop groups in Asia with several hit singles including "Sorry, Sorry," "It's You," Rukkugo," and "Full of Happiness."
They are set to return to the local music scene with their fourth full-length album "BONAMANA" at the end of the week.