miss A’s Suzy Becomes First to Win Triple Crown Rookie Awards

Call miss A’s Suzy, the ‘triple rookie crown’winner.

At the 48th Paeksang Arts Awards held on April 26, Suzy beat out the competition to take home the best rookie actress award for her mega-hit mellow-romance movie, Architecture 101.

Her win for the award was impressive in itself but it became all the more impressive for the fact it marks her third rookie award.

In 2010 she won the best rookie artist award with her fellow miss A members at Mnet’s Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) and then went on to win a best rookie actress award at the 2010 KBS Drama Awards for her role in the KBS drama, Dream High.

Suzy’s win for a best rookie actress award in a movie marked her third award win making her the first female celebrity to win three rookie awards in all three fields of music, television and movies.

Regarding her win, Park Jin Young didn’t hold back his joy as he tweeted, “Rookie award as a singer, rookie award as a drama actor and a rookie award in a movie, they say it’s a first in Korea’s history, Suzy. Truly, congratulations. You worked hard. I don’t think you’ve showed even one-tenth of all your talents yet, so let’s keep working hard like we are now.”

Park Jin Young later added, “Among males, they say Rain is the first to receive a rookie award as a singer, as a drama actor and an actor in a movie. So proud of them.”

Congratulations Suzy!

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

Reporter : Stewart Ho (stoo@cj.net)
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