Suzy's Student Record To Be Released... Will Her Past Pictures Come Out Too?
By Staff Writer | September 29, 2012 03:41 PM EDT
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In the program, which was pre-recorded before the broadcast, Suzy went to search for her middle school teacher and Boom went with her to her middle school and captured the process.
It is said that when she walked into the classroom of her former teacher, the students in the class erupted in cheers, conveying how popular she is, as she is called "the first love of the country."
Suzy's former homeroom teacher of Moon Hwa Middle School is to reveal episodes of Suzy's middle school life and her yearbook along with her student record, bringing much interest to the broadcast.
People who heard the news of the release of Suzy's student record via the Internet commented, "I wonder how well she did in school?" "She's such a natural beauty, I wonder if her 'pictures of the past' will be released?" "I am really interested, the past of the country's first love!" "I must watch this program."
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