Bae Suzy

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For the Portuguese singer, see Suzy (singer).
This is a Korean name; the family name is Bae.
Bae Suzy at "Uncontrollably Fond" press conference, 4 July 2016 05.jpg
At Uncontrollably Fond press conference, July 4, 2016
Born Bae Suji
(1994-10-10) October 10, 1994 (age 22)
Gwangju, South Korea
Other names Bae Suzy
Musical career
Years active 2010–present
Associated acts
Bae Suzy
Hangul 배수지
Hanja 裵秀智[1]
Revised Romanization Bae Su-ji
McCune–Reischauer Pae Su-chi
Stage name
Hangul 수지
Revised Romanization Su-ji
McCune–Reischauer Su-chi

Bae Su-ji (Hangul배수지; born October 10, 1994), better known by the mononym Suzy, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is a member of the girl group miss A under JYP Entertainment and is best known for her roles in the musical drama Dream High (2011), romantic film Architecture 101 (2012), historical-fantasy Gu Family Book (2013) and melodrama Uncontrollably Fond (2016).

Early life[edit]

Suzy was born in Gwangju, South Korea on October 10, 1994,[2] to Bae Wan-young and Jeong Hyun-sook; she has an older sister, Su-bin, and a younger brother, Sang-moon.[3] She attended Seoul Performing Arts High School.[3] Before debuting, she was an online shopping model.[4] In 2009, she auditioned for Mnet Superstar K and made it through the preliminary round but she was ultimately eliminated. However, she caught the attention of a scout from JYP Entertainment and soon became a trainee.[5] After training for a year, she was paired with fellow members Fei and Jia. After the addition of Min into the group, the four of them prepared to debut as miss A.


As idol singer with Miss A[edit]

Main article: Miss A
In October 2011

In March 2010, Suzy joined fellow members Fei, and Jia to form the group miss A. The trio began their first official promotional activities in China as a group by signing up with the Samsung Electronics group in China. The group released a song used for the commercial called "Love Again" for the Samsung Beat Festival. The song was written by Korean composer Super Changddai, and the music video was directed by Hong Won-ki.[6][7] The group was later joined by a fourth member, Min.

The four piece girl group eventually made their debut in July 2010 through JYP Entertainment, with the single "Bad Girl Good Girl"[8] After a successful promotion period of seven weeks, the group came back in October with a new title track, "Breathe", from the second single Step Up. They promoted the song for a month and had their last goodbye stage on November 7.

The group then returned in July 2011 with the release of their first full-length studio album A Class with the title track "Good Bye Baby". The group held their goodbye stage in early September after finding great success with their album and title track. They then turned their focus towards their overseas activities, including their Chinese debut. In February 2012, they came back with their new style of music through Touch.

In the later quarter of the year 2012, they released Independent Women Pt.III. The album was designed to pay homage to the song "Independent Women" by Destiny's Child, the group's idol. On November 6, 2013, miss A made their comeback after more than a year with a second full-length studio album Hush. The title track was composed by famous composer duo, E-Tribe. On March 30, 2015, the group released another chart topping hit song titled "Only You" produced by Black Eyed Pilseung from their mini album Colors.

2010–2013: Solo activities and rising popularity[edit]

In December 2013

In October 2010, Suzy became the host for MBC Show! Music Core alongside Minho and Onew, both from SHINee, and Jiyeon, from T-ara.[9] Suzy later hosted other shows such as Inkigayo, M! Countdown, M! Countdown Hello Japan,[10][11] the 21st Seoul Music Awards, 26th Golden Disk Awards with F.T. Island's Hongki, and Mnet 20's Choice Awards alongside actor Song Joong-ki[12] where she won an award under the category "Hot New Star of 2011".[13] Since then, Suzy continues to host many events from music shows to major award ceremonies.

Apart from her group activities, Suzy also ventured into acting. She made her acting debut in the high-school drama Dream High, which aired on KBS from January 3 to February 28.[14][15] Suzy also released an OST for the drama, titled "Winter Child". The drama was a success locally, earning high viewership ratings during its two-month run. It also gained popularity in other countries and won several international awards.[16][17] At the KBS Drama Awards, Suzy won the Best New Actress award as well as Best Couple Award with co-star Kim Soo-hyun.

In October 2011, Suzy became a cast member in KBS TV reality show Invincible Youth 2. The show began filming its first episode on October 19 and aired on November 11.[18] On November 4, 2011, it was revealed that Suzy will be making a surprise appearance in former G.o.d's member Son Ho-young's new music video titled "Pretty but Hateful". She captivated the audience with her natural beauty and innocent charm, and also left a strong impression by being able to cry on demand in the beginning of the music video.[19]

In 2012, Suzy showed her support towards the Pink Wings Campaign, ran by the Korean Citizens' Coalition for Teens, by participating in the special photoshoot Vogue Girl conducted. On March 22, 2012, she made her movie debut in the film Introduction to Architecture playing the younger version of the female protagonist.[20][21][22] Architecture 101 was one of the ten most-watched films in Korea in the first quarter of 2012, and achieved over 4.1 million admissions nine weeks after its theater release; a new box office record set for Korean melodramas. Suzy made a lasting impression with her natural acting and innocent charm; and was ultimately hailed as Korea's Icon of First Love.[23] The same year, Suzy played a supporting role in KBS drama Big, written by the Hong Sisters, alongside Gong Yoo and Lee Min-jung.

Suzy was announced to be the first Korean female celebrity to reach over one million followers on Twitter. She is also the first Korean female celebrity to win a singer rookie award, drama rookie award and movie rookie award, having received the Best New Actress Award at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards for her acting performance in Architecture 101.[24] On December 22, 2012, Suzy won the Best Newcomer Award in the Variety category at the KBS Entertainment Awards for her stint in Invincible Youth 2, marking her 4th rookie award in different entertainment fields and showing her versatility as an all-round entertainer.[25]

2014-present: Mainstream success[edit]

In 2013, she starred in the fusion martial arts action historical drama Gu Family Book alongside Lee Seung-gi. The drama amassed stellar ratings, staying at the number one spot for Monday-Tuesday time-slot throughout its entire run. Suzy later received acting recognition at the MBC Drama Awards, winning the Top Excellence Award. She also featured on the variety show Healing Camp, becoming the youngest guest on the show.[26][27] The following year, Suzy made a cameo appearance on My Love from the Star which starred her previous Dream High co-star Kim Soo-hyun.

With her wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong, 13 September 2016

Suzy has been hailed a "CF Queen" due to numerous endorsement deals ranging from cosmetics, apparel, up to basic commodities like sugar.[28]

In May 2014, Suzy was cast in the film The Sound of a Flower as Jin Chae-sun, Korea's first female Pansori singer. The movie depicts the struggle of a singer who is not allowed to perform in the public because of her gender during the Joseon era. To prepare herself for the role, Suzy received training in pansori for a year.[29] The Sound of a Flower premiered on November 25, 2015. The same year, Suzy collaborated with Taiwanese singer-actor Show Luo in the single "Together In Love", featured in his album Reality Show.

In January 2016, Suzy released a digital single titled "Dream" with EXO's Baekhyun. The song debuted at number one on Gaon's weekly digital chart. [30] "Dream" also won first place five times in total on music television programs Music Bank and Inkigayo.

She then starred in the melo-romance drama Uncontrollably Fond with Kim Woo-bin.[31][32] Suzy released two OSTs for the drama, including a self-composed song.[33]

In September 2016, Suzy's wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong went on display.[34] She is the first Korean female celebrity to receive a wax-likeness of herself at Madame Tussauds.[35]

In November 2016, it was confirmed that Suzy will be starring alongside Lee Jong-suk in the drama While You Were Sleeping which will premiere in 2017. This drama will serve as the second collaboration between Suzy and scriptwiter Park Hye-ryun after working together in the 2011 hit drama series Dream High.[36]

In December 2016, it was confirmed that Suzy will be making her solo debut.[37] Her pre-release single "Pretend" was released on January 17 and achieved an all-kill on music charts.[38] A week later, she released her first EP titled Yes? No?.

Personal life[edit]

In March 2015, Suzy and South Korean actor Lee Min-ho were confirmed to be in a relationship.[39]


Main article: Bae Suzy discography



Year Title Role Notes
2012 Architecture 101[40] Yang Seo-yeon (young)
2015 The Sound of a Flower Jin Chae-seon
2017 Real Cameo

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role TV Network Notes
2011 Dream High Go Hye-mi KBS2
Human Casino (Drama Special) Cameo
2012 Dream High 2[41] Herself Cameo
I Need a Fairy[42][43] Aspiring actress Cameo
Big[44][45] Jang Ma-ri
2013 Gu Family Book[46][47][48] Dam Yeo-wool MBC
2014 My Love from the Star Go Hye-mi SBS Cameo (ep 17)
2016 Uncontrollably Fond Noh-eul KBS2
2017 While You Were Sleeping Nam Hong-ju SBS

Show appearance[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2010 Show! Music Core Special host MBC with 2PM's Nichkhun
Inkigayo SBS with Jo Kwon and CNBLUE's Jung Yong-hwa
2010–2011 Show! Music Core Main host MBC with T-ARA's Park Ji-yeon and SHINee's Choi Min-ho and Onew
2011 5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards Host Mnet with Song Joong-ki
Win Win Special host KBS2 with Kim Sung-soo and Jung Jae-young
Cover Dance Festival K-Pop Roadshow 40120 Judge / Narrator MBC Judges with miss A's Min and f(x)'s Victoria and Amber
2011–2012 Invincible Youth 2 Member of G8 ® G6 ® G5 KBS with Girls' Generation's Sunny and Hyoyeon, f(x)'s Amber, SISTAR's Bora, Jewelry's Yewon, Rainbow's Woori and KARA's Jiyoung with Boom, Ji Hyun-woo, Lee Su-geun, Kim Shin Young and Lee Young Ja serving as hosts.
2012 26th Golden Disk Awards Host jtbc with FTISLAND's Lee Hong-gi
M! Countdown Special host Mnet with John Park
M! Countdown Hello Japan Host with Lee Joon
18th Korea Musical Awards SBS with Kim Won-jun
College Music Festival MBC with Lee Juck
M! Countdown Special host Mnet with FTISLAND's Lee Hong-gi
Show! Music Core MBC with miss A's Min and B.A.P's Daehyun
Style Log: Weekly – Much Wanted Life Narrator OnStyle
11th KBS Entertainment Awards Host KBS2 with Shin Dong-yup and Lee Ji-ae
SBS Gayo Daejeon SBS with IU and Jung Gyu-woon
2013 Korea Music Wave in Bangkok MBC with 2PM's Nichkhun, SHINee's Choi Min-ho, Jo Kwon and T-ARA's Park Ji-yeon
8th Seoul International Drama Awards with Lee Sung-jae
Real Men Narrator
Music Bank in Istanbul Host KBS with Super Junior's Kyuhyun and BEAST's Yoon Doo-joon
KBS Gayo Daejun with Lee Hwi-jae and Yoon Shi-yoon
2014 Connection Narrator OnStyle, XTM with Roy Kim
2016 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards Host jTBC with Shin Dong-yup
2017 Off The Record, Suzy Herself Dingo Music YouTube, V LIVE First own solo reality show

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Role Episode Network
2011 Happy Together Guest with Dream High cast 177 SBS
2011–2014 Running Man Guest 55, 93–94, 117, 155, 172–173, 208
2012 Weekly Idol Guest with Miss A 35–36, 69–70 MBC Every 1
2013 Healing Camp, Aren't You Happy Guest 101 SBS
After School Club Guest with Miss A 32 Arirang
Happy Together Guest with Fei 325 KBS2
2 Days & 1 Night Guest – Morning Angel 322 KBS2
2014 I GOT7 Guest 3–4
2015 Happy Together Guest 392 KBS2
Real Miss A Host with Miss A YouTube, Naver

Music video appearance[edit]

Year Song title Artist Role
2011 Pretty But Hateful Son Ho-young Main Female Character

Ambassadorial roles[edit]

On April 28, 2011, Suzy and Kim Soo-hyun were officially revealed to be the ambassadors of the "16th Goyang Korea Flower Show" in the Gyeonggi Province. The flower show was held at the Goyang Flower Exhibition Center at Ilsan Lake Park on April 29.[49]

On August 28, 2013, Suzy was appointed as the honorary ambassador for the "Korean National Police Agency".[50]

On November 19, 2013, Suzy alongside Ki Bo-bae, Son Yeon-jae, Yang Hak-seon and Choi Eun-sook was appointed as the promotional ambassador for the "2015 Summer Universiade". Suzy was participating in a number of promotional videos, posters and photos, as well as a host of other events used to promote the Universiade.[51]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
47th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best New Actress (TV) Dream High Nominated
Most Popular Actress (TV) Nominated
5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
Hot New Star Won
4th Korea Drama Awards
Best New Actress Nominated
25th KBS Drama Awards
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Nominated
Best New Actress Won [52][53]
Best Couple with Kim Soo-hyun Won
Best Couple with Ok Taec-yeon Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
48th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best New Actress (Film) Architecture 101 Won
Most Popular Actress (Film) Nominated
6th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
Hot Female Movie Star Won
MTN Broadcast Advertisement Festival
Women's CF Model Award N/A Won
7th Seoul International Drama Awards
Outstanding Korean Actress Dream High Nominated
5th Style Icon Awards
First Love Fantasies Architecture 101 Won
17th Busan International Film Festival
Best Dressed Award N/A Won
21st Buil Film Awards
Best New Actress Architecture 101 Nominated
49th Grand Bell Awards
Nominated [54]
Popularity Award Nominated
33rd Blue Dragon Film Awards
Best New Actress Nominated
Popular Star Won
11th KBS Entertainment Awards
Best Female Newcomer in a Variety Show Invincible Youth Season 2 Won [55]
Best Cameo Appearance Gag Concert Won
26th KBS Drama Awards
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Big Nominated
Best Couple with Baek Sung Hyun Nominated [56]
Popularity Award Won [57]
49th Baeksang Arts Awards
Most Popular Actress (TV) Nominated
Singapore Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Korean TV Artiste N/A Nominated
7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards
20's Drama Star Female Gu Family Book Won
8th Seoul International Drama Awards
Outstanding Korean Actress Won
Outstanding Korean OST – Don't Forget Me Nominated
6th Korea Drama Awards
Excellence Award, Actress Nominated
Best Couple with Lee Seung-gi Nominated
6th Style Icon Awards
The Immortal First Love Icon N/A Nominated
Korean Advertisers Association Awards
Best Model Award N/A Won
15th Mnet Asian Music Awards
Best Original Soundtrack – Don't Forget Me Gu Family Book Nominated
32nd MBC Drama Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Won
Best Couple with Lee Seung-gi Won
Popularity Award Nominated
50th Baeksang Arts Awards
Most Popular Actress (TV) Nominated
16th Seoul International Youth Film Festival
Best Young Actress Nominated
Sina Weibo Night Awards
Goddess Award N/A Won
52nd Grand Bell Awards
Popularity Award N/A Nominated
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards
Most Popular Actress (Film) The Sound of a Flower Won
InStyle Fashionista Award N/A Won
iQiyi Global Star Award N/A Nominated
5th APAN Star Awards
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Uncontrollably Fond Nominated
1st Asia Artist Awards
Best Star Award Won
Popularity Award, Actress Nominated
Melon Popularity Awards
Weekly Popularity Award (January 25) Dream Won
8th Melon Music Awards
Best R&B / Soul with Baekhyun Won
18th Mnet Asian Music Awards
Best Collaboration with Baekhyun Won
30th KBS Drama Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actress Uncontrollably Fond Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length drama Nominated
Best Couple Award with Kim Woo-bin Nominated
Netizen Award Nominated
I-Magazine Fashion Face Awards
Asian Female N/A Nominated
31st Golden Disc Awards
Digital Bonsang with Baekhyun Dream Won
Asian Choice Popularity Award with Baekhyun Nominated
6th Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards
Song of the Year – January with Baekhyun Pending

Music programs[edit]

Music Bank
Year Date Song
2016 January 15[58] "Dream" (with Baekhyun)
January 22
2017 January 27 "Pretend"
February 3
Year Date Song
2016 January 17[58] "Dream" (with Baekhyun)
January 24
January 30


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