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Suzy, "I couldn't even sleep"

2013/06/25 | 1665 views | Permalink | Source

Suzy was greatly reviewed for her outstanding performance as Dam Yeo-wool in the MBC drama "Gu Family Book". Her romance with Lee Seung-gi in the role of Choi Kang-chi sweetened up the atmosphere and became the heroine.

Suzy said, "I learned a lot from this drama. I was taken care of by many people like the director and fellow actors and actresses so I was able to gain more confidence. It was easy to act out Yeo-wool because she is more like me".

She also showed her gratitude towards Lee Seung-gi and the director. She said, "The director doesn't talk much but whenever he would tell me I did well at the end of a scene, I would feel so good - I couldn't even sleep. I felt like Yeo-wool for real and Seung-gi looked like Kang-chi too".

Suzy said, "I am grateful many people loved what I did. I didn't even feel tired. I hope to see you soon with something else soon".

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