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miss A Suzy, "I Could Finally Breathe"

By Staff Writer | August 04, 2012 09:49 PM EDT

miss A Suzy, "I Could Finally Breathe"
Girl group miss A and the 'national first love icon' Suzy said "I think I could finally breathe", talking about the busy schedules she had to go through. (Photo : KBS)

Girl group miss A and the 'national first love icon' Suzy said "I think I could finally breathe", talking about the busy schedules she had to go through.

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In KBS' "Entertainment Relay" aired today, Suzy was interviewed.

Suzy, who came out in KBS 2TV drama "Big" while working also as a singer, she said "I think I could finally breathe", smiling widely. This is because the drama is now over.

Suzy also revealed that the term 'Maryband' that was used during the drama "Big" was made by her.

Photo Credits: KBS

Tagged :  miss A, Suzy, KBS, Entertainment Weekly, Big

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