Bae Suzy Biography
Three times PaekSang Arts Award winner actress, Bae Su-ji is commonly known by her stage name Suzy. The gorgeous South Korean singer and actress is well known for her role as 'Go Hye-mi' in the KBS2 TV series "Dream High". Bae Suzy was born on October 10, 1994, to the parents, Bae Wan-young and Jeong Hyun-sook. She grew up with her two siblings named, Su-bin and Sang-moon. Bae Suzy went to the Seoul Performing Arts High School. Bae Suzy has a sweet and warm voice and she auditioned for Mnet Superstar K, but she did not get far.
Moving to her personal life, She is in a romantic relationship with Lee Min-ho. The famous couple who started dating in January 2015 now surrounded by break up cheating and controversies. New rumors have surfaced after they were reported to get married soon. Before all these wedding rumors, the couple also went through a lot of breakup rumors following her involvement with Kim Woo Bin who became her co-star in “ Uncontrollably Found”. And these rumors have caused a lot of stir to lee and Suzy's relationship. They were once surrounded by a pregnancy rumor as well but so far Lee and suzy have remained mum about all the wedding and pregnancy rumors. The singer turned actor, Bae holds a Korean nationality and belongs to Asian ethnicity. She is a member of the "girl group miss A" under JYP Entertainment and is well known for her roles in the romantic films, Architecture 101, historical-fantasy Gu Family Book, and melodrama Uncontrollably Fond. She is earning her salary from her acting/singing career, which adds up her current net worth of $10 million.
Born in Gwangju South Korea
Bae Su-ji was born on October 10, 1994, in Gwangju, South Korea. She is better known by her stage name Suzy. She is the daughter of Bae Wan-young and Jeong Hyun-sook. She has an older sister, Su-bin, and a younger brother, Sang-moon.Edit
Joined the group miss A
Suzy joined fellow members Fei, and Jia to form the group "miss A" in March 2010. The group released a song used for the commercial "Love Again" for the Samsung Beat Festival. Which was written by Korean composer Super Changddai, and the music video was directed by Hong Won-ki.Edit
Became a host for MBC Show! Music Core
On October 2010, Suzy hosted for "MBC Show! Music Core" alongside Minho and Onew, both from SHINee, and Jiyeon, from T-ara. Later she hosted other shows such as Inkigayo, M! Countdown, M! Countdown Hello Japan, the 21st Seoul Music Awards, 26th Golden Disk Awards and much more.Edit
Made her acting debut Dream High
She made her acting debut in the high-school drama "Dream High" in 2011. Which was written by Park Hye-r and directed by Lee Eung- bok.The drama was popular among teenagers and brought in viewership ratings in the 18 to 20 percent range during its two-month run.
Won three Awards for her series Dream High
In 2011, she won three Awards for her drama series "Dream High": 5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards in the category of Hot New Star and 25th KBS Drama Awards in the category of Best New Actress and Best Couple with Kim Soo-hyun.Edit
Made her film debut Introduction to Architecture
In 2012, she made her movie debut in the film " Introduction to Architecture" playing the younger version of the female protagonist. The film was written and directed by Lee Yong-Joo. Architecture 101 was one of the ten most-watched films in Korea in the first quarter of 2012.
won award for Best Newcomer Award
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-around entertainer.Edit
Affair with Lee Min-ho
The gorgeous actress, Bae Suzy and handsome hunk actor, Lee Min-ho have been dating since January 2015. Her boyfriend Lee Min-ho is a South Korean actor and singer, who is well known for his film "Gangnam Blues".Edit
Starred in the melo drama Uncontrollably Fond
Bae Suzy starred in the Melo-romance drama "Uncontrollably Fond" with Kim Woo-bin in 2016. Which was written by Lee Kyung-hee and directed by Park Hyun-suk and Cha Young-hoon. It aired every Wednesdays and Thursdays on KBS2 at 21:55 from July 6 to September 8, 2016.