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“I feel like a mother” Park Jin-young was crying while singing with Sunye, a former Wonder Girls member who is now 34 years old, not just because she was happy (my mom is an idol)

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Jinyoung Park met Sunye, a former Wonder Girls member after a long time, and showed a tearful look while singing.

On the 20th tvN’s ‘Mom is an Idol’, Sunye and Park Jinyoung, who are challenging idols again, met after a long time and had a duet stage, and the song is ‘Goodbye in broad daylight’, which Sunye sang at the age of 3 in high school.

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Park Jin-young – Sunye

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Park Jin-young said, “(When I was 18), my emotions were very different from when I was recording in my 3rd year of high school. It made me cry over and over again,” he said. “The emotions that Sunye sang back then and the emotions she sings today seemed to tell the story of Sunye’s life in between.”

Park Jin-young said, “The two of us cried again while we were eating. I feel like a real mother.” “When I said that I was getting married at a young age, I was very worried. I was a leader of a national group and suddenly I was living my family life in another country, so they cheered me on, but I was very worried.” She recalled when Sunye announced her marriage.

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Afterwards, Park Jin-young said, “There must have been a lot of things I couldn’t tell you, and it wouldn’t have been easy.” “But Sunye has a strong sense of responsibility. So he wanted to make the choice he made the right one, so he lived up to his personality like a scoundrel. It made me cry.”

Regarding Wonder Girls, Park Jin-young said, “They used to ride the bus to 50 cities in the United States together, so it’s a little different from other singers.” He expressed his deep affection.

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Wonder Girls back then

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Wonder Girls back then

Singer Byul, who is close to Sunye, saw Jinyoung Park understand Sunye’s heart and cried while covering her hand with her face, saying, “It’s as if I’m being comforted for nothing.”

Kwak Sang-ah : [email protected]

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