Does Bae Suzy appear in Dream High 2?

Does Bae Suzy appear in Dream High 2?

Episode 15 features the guest appearance of Bae Suzy and the other members of girl group “Miss A”. Bae Suzy will play herself and encourage the performance of “Super Idol” the formed group from Kirin High.

Why Is Dream High 2 SO BAD?

Dream High 2 was comprised of a lackluster script, poorly drawn characters, a cast who could manage only very, very average acting, and random musical numbers which went on.. & on.. & on..

Is Ok Taecyeon in Dream High 2?

Dream High (Korean: 드림하이; RR: Deurimhai; MR: Tŭrimhai) is a 2011 South Korean television series starring Bae Suzy, Kim Soo-hyun, Ok Taec-yeon, Ham Eun-jung, Jang Woo-young and IU. Its sequel Dream High 2 aired a year later with a different cast. …

What happened at the end of Dream High?

In the final episode of drama “Dream High” on the 28th revealed the lucky K pendant owner. It was singer K, Song Sam-dong who was the first Korean to be a candidate for the Grammy’s. She ran after the bus he was on and put the pendant on his neck. Then the scene closed with them kissing.

Is Dream High 2 A sequel of Dream High?

Dream High 2 (Korean: 드림하이 2; RR: Deurimhai 2; MR: Tŭrimhai 2) is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Kang So-ra, GOT7’s JB and Jinyoung, 2AM’s Jinwoon, T-ara’s Jiyeon, SISTAR’s Hyolyn, and Park Seo-joon….

Dream High 2
Preceded by Dream High (2011)
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Will there be a dream high 3?

Although its predecessor was a hit among the audience, the sequel opened to low ratings, averaging single-digit figures. Therefore, chances of a renewal is not very high. Moreover, it has almost been seven years since the second installment’s finale. So, ‘Dream High’ season 3 looks unlikely.

Is IU famous in South Korea?

Today, IU is one of the most popular female K-pop stars in Korea. She is also among the richest in 2021, according to numerous media reports including Seoul Space and Korea Portal. IU is known for being multitalented with a knack for producing and composing music.


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