Missing Korea - Netflix
In the year of 2020, South Korea and North Korea are leading to reunification through Beauty Pageant contest.
Runtime: 10 minutes
Missing Korea - I'll Be Missing You - Netflix
“I'll Be Missing You” is a song recorded by American rapper Puff Daddy and American singer Faith Evans, featuring R&B group 112, in memory of fellow Bad Boy Records artist Christopher “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace, who was murdered on March 9, 1997. Released as the second single from Puff Daddy and the Family's No Way Out album, “I'll Be Missing You” samples The Police's 1983 hit song “Every Breath You Take”, with an interpolated chorus sung by Evans. The track also features a spoken intro over a choral version of Samuel Barber's “Adagio for Strings”.Another interpolation found in the song is the Christian 'O Come Let Us Adore Him'. In 1998, the song won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The single spent 11 weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 during the summer of 1997. With worldwide sales likely over 8 million, including shipments of 3 million copies in the United States and over 1 million in both Germany and the United Kingdom, the song has become one of the best-selling singles of all time. As of February 2016, it is rated the 99th biggest song of all time in the US, according to Billboard.
Missing Korea - Chart performance - Netflix
“I'll Be Missing You” topped many charts across the world. It reached number one in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Norway, Denmark and Poland. The song is one of the few to debut at No. 1 in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100, and the only rap song by a male to do so until Eminem's “Not Afraid” debuted at the top spot 13 years later in 2010 then in 2017 with DJ Khaled's “I'm The One”. The song spent a record-breaking 11 weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100, making it the longest running No. 1 hip-hop song in history until Eminem's “Lose Yourself” spent 12 weeks at No. 1 in 2002. The song re-entered the UK Singles Chart at #32 on July 8, 2007, ten years after it had its full physical release and 10 years after it was No. 1.
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