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[SBS Star] Suzy Sings Live for Her Fans at '#2 HAPPY B-DAY, SUZY'

[SBS Star] Suzy Sings Live for Her Fans at #2 HAPPY B-DAY, SUZY
K-pop girl artist and actress Bae Suzy reportedly recorded a soundtrack for the drama 'While You Were Sleeping'.

On October 11, a source revealed that Suzy's soundtrack for 'While You Were Sleeping' will be released tonight at 6 PM KST. 
[SBS Star] Suzy's Soundtrack for 'While You Were Sleeping' to be Released Tonight!
Earlier yesterday, commemorating her birthday Suzy held a fan meeting in Samsung Baekam Hall in Seoul. It was reported that she sang a part of 'I love you boy' which is a new soundtrack for 'While You Were Sleeping'.

Since last year, Suzy held a fan meeting on her birthday. This year's fan meeting was called 'Suzy's loft #2 HAPPY B-DAY, SUZY'. 

It was reported that Suzy prepared special performances and entertaining sessions for her fans. Suzy's special performances included singing live to a track in her first mini album 'Yes? No?' called 'Pretend', singing a cover of K-pop girl group's I.O.I's 'Very Very Very', Korean ballad singer Yoon Jong Shin's 'Like it', and soundtrack of drama 'Uncontrollably Fond' called 'Ring My Bell'.
[SBS Star] Suzy's Soundtrack for 'While You Were Sleeping' to be Released Tonight!
She also prepared extraordinary events for her fans as well. To make direct communication with her fans she had fun events like wish event, Pandora's box, and OX quiz session. 

In the end of her fan meeting, Suzy thanked her fans and said, "I had such a wonderful birthday party today. Thank you for the unforgettable memories. I hope you guys keep supporting me, I'll try my best."

She added, "Don't miss 'While You Were Sleeping' as well." 

You can hear part of Suzy's new soundtrack from yesterday's fan meeting below.
 
▲ at 4:45 Suzy begins to sing 'I love you boy'

(Credit = JYP Entertainment, IHQ/SBS funE, 'start0513' YouTube, 'skuukzky' Instagram)

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