Bae Suzy Reflects on Life After K-pop Idol Days

Singer-actress Bae Suzy recently shared her thoughts on her transition from K-pop idol life to focusing on her acting career, revealing that she feels “incomparably more content” now.

In a recent interview with South Korean media to promote her new movie Wonderland, Bae Suzy discussed her time as a member of the popular girl group Miss A, which disbanded in 2017. Despite fond memories of her days as a K-pop idol, Bae Suzy admitted that she is much happier with her life as an actress.

Reflecting on her past, Bae Suzy confessed that she often feels nostalgic when watching old footage of her time in Miss A, but she is grateful for the personal growth that period of her life brought her. She explained that during her K-pop idol days, she had little spare time or room for self-reflection, leading to a more intense and hectic lifestyle.

Now, with more time to reflect on her life, Bae Suzy expressed that she is content with where she is now. She credits her experience as a K-pop idol for shaping her into the person she is today, but she is grateful for the opportunity to focus on her acting career and explore new avenues of creativity.

Bae Suzy’s latest projects, including the Netflix adaptation of the popular webtoon Doona!, showcase her versatility as an actress. In her role as a retired K-pop idol in Doona!, Bae Suzy continues to captivate audiences with her talent and passion for storytelling.

As she embarks on new projects and continues to evolve as an artist, Bae Suzy remains grateful for the journey that brought her to where she is today, embracing the lessons learned during her time as a K-pop idol and looking forward to the future with optimism.