Suzy Shows Support For Actor Park Bo Gum At His Musical “Let Me Fly”

Suzy Shows Support For Actor Park Bo Gum At His Musical “Let Me Fly”

Park Bo Gum is currently starring in the musical Let Me Fly. About a young man called Nam Won, he suddenly becomes a 70-year-old grandfather due to the effects of radio frequency. As his soul is still immature and young, he struggles to adapt to life as a 70-year-old and tries to return to the past. Amongst the people who help him are grandmother Sun Hee and his one love, Jung Boon.

Actress Suzy, who is his co-star in the upcoming film Wonderland, went to support his show. She brought along actress Lee Young Ah too. She uploaded a picture of her backstage with Park Bo Gum to her Instagram story.

A warm and beautiful performance. I cried and laughed a lot.

— Suzy

She also posted a small snippet of the performance.

| @skuukzky/Instagram

Fans were heartened to see that Suzy still maintains good ties with her co-stars. Lee Young Ah starred in Uncontrollably Fond with her.

Netizen comments. | theqoo When will wonderland be released? I’m waiting for Wonderland. It’s been so long since I’ve seen Lee Young Ah. She’s still as pretyt as ever. Let Me Fly is so f*cking fun. Oh, fascinating. Let me Fly hehe. I’ve been holding my breath for 4 years waiting for Wonderland. I’m going to die of not being able to breathe. Please release it soon, Director. The message behind Let Me Fly is good, and the songs are great too. Anyway, please give us Wonderland soon. The tickets sold out so it’s hard to book. Please perform it again. I watched Let Me Fly once, and the character is just perfect for Park Bo Gum. He’s also pretty good at singing. It was so touching. I remember crying even though I didn’t have tissue.

Wonderland is about a virtual world which allows people to reunite with people they may not meet ever again. It is simulated through AI. A woman in her 20s, played by Suzy, requests to meet her lover who is in a vegetative state (played by Park Bo Gum). Other stars in the film include Tang Wei, Gong Yoo, Choi Woo Shik and more.

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