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Suzy Goes Bold for ′Big′

Rating Rating more Two Stars

2012.05.27 10:12 CJ E&M enewsWorld Lee, InKyung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Bae Suzy, who quickly became the ′icon of first love′ through the film Architecture 101, lives up to that title once again in her upcoming drama, donning a daring set of clothes.

Bae Suzy has begun shooting upcoming romantic comedy drama KBS2′s Big, where she plays the female lead, a teenage American resident Jang Ma Ri, and sported a ′Korean American look.′

Her character, Jang Ma Ri, is so bold, she calls her boyfriend her "husband" and even flies to Korea with the sole purpose of finding her missing boyfriend.

As if to express her character′s boldness through her style, she wore accessories that made her look innocent yet provided a strong, attention-grabbing point to her clothes. In a still photo released by the producers, Bae Suzy is seen wearing a sleeveless shirt, a yellow skirt and a yellow hairband.

Suzy Goes Bold for ′Big′

A producer for the drama said, "The yellow ′Korean American fashion′ that Bae Suzy wore expresses well the Jang Ma Ri character, who looks up to Lady Gaga, the leader of unconventional styles. She is reminiscent of Jun Ji Hyun′s role in My Sassy Girl when she flashes her cell phone to show what kind of person she is. Please look forward to seeing Bae Suzy as the bouncy and off-the-wall Jang Ma Ri."

Big has been heightening anticipation for the sensible dialogue expected to be written into the story by hit-makers Hong Jung Eun and Hong Mi Ran and also for its star cast, which includes Gong Yoo, Lee Min Jung and Bae Suzy.

The drama will air its first episode on June 4 to tell its story of a perfect man with a teenage boy′s soul (Gong Yoo) and his fiancee, the clumsy schoolteacher Lee Min Jung.

Photo credit: Born Factory

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