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Suzy talks about her difficulties

  • Published : Nov 19, 2015 - 13:33
  • Updated : Nov 19, 2015 - 13:33

Singer-actress Suzy of Miss A talked about her difficulties while filming the periodic flick “The Sound of a Flower.”

“I remember suffering from a severe cold after shooting the scene where I get drenched from heavy rain,” she said at the press conference in Seoul on Wednesday. “There was also a scene where I go into a valley of water, but that was edited out. It’s not in the film, but I caught another cold.”

Suzy at the press conference in Seoul on Wednesday (OSEN)
“Suzy had to act in the rain for a long time wearing thin hanbok (traditional Korean gown),” said director Lee Jong-pil. “The staff members tried to stop (her) from shooting further, but Suzy was very firm. If it were other actresses, they will get annoyed and leave, but she endured until the end. What surprised me more was that after the shooting, she smiled and said bye, like nothing happened.”

“The Sound of a Flower,” directed by Lee, is based on a real story between Joseon-era pansori (traditional Korean narrative singing) theoretician Shin Jae-hyo, played by actor Ryu Seung-ryong, and his gifted student Jin Chae-sun, the first female pansori singer, played by Suzy.

The flick also stars Song Sae-byuk as a famous pansori singer Kim Se-jong and Kim Nam-gil as princes regent Heungseon Daewongun.

The film opens in theaters on Nov. 25.

By Ahn Sung-mi (sahn@heraldcorp.com)

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