Sunye had a reason to leave Wonder Girls
Sunye had a reason to leave Wonder Girls
Sunye, a former member of Wonder Girls, confessed to her unfortunate family history that made her want to start a family early.

Actors Lee Hyo-chun and Sunye, who are appearing together in the musical 'My Mother's Mother', appeared on KBS2's entertainment show 'Park Won-sook's Let's Live Together Season 3', which aired on the 2nd.

Sunye, who is currently the mother of three daughters, revealed that she has been a trainee since she was in the 6th grade of elementary school. Sunye, who was raised by her grandparents without her parents, toured the United States and performed at Park Jin-young's suggestion at the age of 21. While living in New York, she went to Haiti to do volunteer work, met her husband, a missionary 5 years older than her, and married her at the age of 24.

Sunye said, “People ask me how I lived such a life and then suddenly got married. “It’s just that everyone’s timing in life is different,” he said. “I was raised by my grandmother and was an only child, so I think I always had a dream of having a family. I got married at the young age of 24, had a honeymoon baby, and became a mother right away. I have no regrets about becoming a mother. “When I look back on my life, it is the most rewarding thing,” he said.

Regarding the word 'mom', Sunye said, "Growing up, I didn't use the word 'mom' much. To me, my mother was a grandmother. “I think I kept calling my mother, whom I will call my whole life, while rehearsing the script,” he confessed.

He continued, “I don’t remember (my last time with my mom) very well. He said he came to see me occasionally until he was five years old, but he passed away around that time. The reason was said to be a traffic accident. “I found out later,” he said. “My dad saw that I had achieved my dream with Wonder Girls. He passed away while he was promoting in the US after finishing ‘Nobody’. “That’s why I don’t even know my mother’s face,” he explained.
Sunye had a reason to leave Wonder Girls
Sunye had a reason to leave Wonder Girls
Sunye, who went through a difficult puberty, said, "I lived in the same house with my father for the first time when I was in middle school. I didn't really know how my father loved his children. He checked my diary every day and treated me strictly. I became rebellious and ran away from home. However, as time went by, I started to like my father. “I began to understand and accept his feelings,” he said.

Sunye said, “My grandmother passed away when I was married and when I was pregnant with my second child. I don't know my mother's face, but my aunt gave me a picture of my mother the year before last, saying she had found a picture. It felt really strange. It was very different from the mother's face I had imagined. “This is the first time I’ve seen it in 34 years,” he said.

Sunye still cooks every meal for her three daughters. He said, “The Korean supermarket has to be a 45-minute drive away. “It has improved because I cook home-cooked meals every day because Korean restaurants are far away,” he said. “After I got married, I had to eat like I brushed my teeth or took a shower.” I lived a life adapting to it. I lived in the same house with my in-laws for 5 years. “I learned a lot from my mother-in-law, and since I had a child right away, my cooking skills improved while making baby food,” she said proudly.

When asked which of her three daughters resembled her the most, Sunye responded, “They say that the second daughter looks a lot like me in terms of appearance. “There are many talented youngest members,” he said. “If they say they will become celebrities, they will let them do what they want to do.”

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google