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miss A Suzy sings duet with Sumi Jo for "Dream High"

2010/12/15 Source

miss A Suzy and famed sopranista Sumi Jo in "Dream High" [KBS]

Korean girl group miss A's Suzy has sung a duet with famed female soprano Sumi Jo for upcoming KBS musical series "Dream High".

According to a press release from show's promoter Film Soup on Wednesday, Jo shot the scenes for her guest appearance on the upcoming mini-series where she sang "Flower Duet" with Goo Hae-mi (played by Suzy), who dreams of becoming the next famed soprano.

"Jo was able to finish her scenes without any bloopers even though this was her first time acting in a drama", a staff member of "Dream High" was quoted as saying, adding that she has shown great charisma and facial expressions.

"Dream High", a co-production between Korea's top entertainment firms KEYEAST and JYP Entertainment, is a 16-part mini-series about the dreams of students who attend a performing arts school with the storyline set to be relayed through song and dance.

The cast for the musical series include Korean actor Kim Soo-hyun, 2PM members Ok Taecyeon and Wooyoung and T-ara's Ham Eun-jung.

The show will air every Monday and Tuesday nights starting January 3.

Reporter : Choi Jun-yong yjchoi01@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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