Suzy hurt by expectations
Suzy shared her thoughts on the SBS talk show “Healing Camp” on Monday, talking about her debut in the entertainment scene in 2010 as a girl group member.
“I think it hurts when people just ignore me, saying that I’m just a kid, but still expect me to act like a grown-up,” said Suzy.
“I have suffered from a sort of depression.”
However, what made the audience burst into tears came later as Suzy watched a video letter from her parents that was pre-recorded for the show.
Her dad, a taekwondo instructor, said he was particularly strict on her when she was young because she looked so cute and he was worried that she might be harassed.
“Now that I think about it, I am sorry,” he said. “My daughter, I love you.”
Her mother added that she was especially proud of Suzy’s role in the film “Architecture 101” (a hit romantic-drama from last year) and went to see the movie in a theater alone more than 10 times.
By Lee Sun-min
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