Fluent Conversation with Will Smith, Is She Really Wonder Girls' Sunye?
By Staff Writer | May 08, 2012 12:53 AM EDT
Girl group Wonder Girls member Sunye is garnering a lot of attention for speaking freely with Hollywood actor Will Smith.
Will Smith visited Korea on Monday to attend the world premiere press conference in Seoul to promote the movie ‘Men In Black 3.’
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Sunye attended the red carpet of ‘Men In Black 3’ world premiere to warmly welcome actor Will Smith at Yeongdeungpo Time Square in Seoul. The event was also attended by fellow member Hyerim.
This is not the first time meeting between Wonder Girls and Will Smith. Both stars have met at 2012 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards hosted by Will Smith in Los Angeles at the end of March as Wonder Girls was nominated for ‘Favorite Asian Act.’
Also Wonder Girls producer Park Jin Young has written and produced Will Smith’s song ‘I Wish I Made That’ in 2005 for his album.
Sunye was spotted speaking in fluent English with Will Smith during the event without a translator present and this caught a lot of attention online as ‘Sunye’s English skill’ was ranked in the top of various internet portal site real-time list.
Sunye’s excellent English might seem obvious as Wonder Girls has been active in the US since their entry in 2009 and debut on the Billboard Hot 100 of pop single chart and is currently in preparation for their first studio album in the US.
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