Korean star Suzy Bae is all set to feature in an album that will be made to honour the memory of late singer Yoo Jae Ha. In the album, which will mark the 30th anniversary of the singer's death, Suzy will recreate the popular song 'Because I Love You."
The song is the title track of Yoo Jae Ha's only album which achieved great acclaim. Suzy will be seen crooning to the retro hit, which is scheduled to be released in November. The album's producer is Kim Hyung Suk.
Yoo Jae ha, in whose honour the album is being made, was an immensely talented Korean singer and songwriter. He passed away on November 1, 1987, at the age of 25. Every year, a pop music contest is held in Korea, called the Yoo Jae Ha Music Competition, to keep the legend's name alive and find singers who can follow in his footsteps.
This year, beloved singer and actress Suzy is one of the most prominent stars to participate in this commemorative album, reports Allkpop.
Recently, Suzy made news for delivering the first pitch in the 2017 Korean Series' 4th game. In the heated baseball game featuring KIA Tigers and Doosan Bears, Suzy brought a breath of calmness and charm for viewers.
Fans cannot wait to find out how the golden old song "Because I Love You" will sound in Suzy's magical voice. Meanwhile, check out the original track by Yoo Jae ha below.