Prince Mak of JJCC, used his radio show on SBS Asia to reminisce about Sunye and had nothing but great words for the former leader of the Wonder Girls.
In the short clip he says he hopes Sunye does comeback, even if as a solo artist.
Sunye who’s married with a child officially left the group this past July, in a heartfelt letter to fans.
You can catch Prince Mak’s radio show “The Prince Mak Hour” at 7pm (AEST) every Tuesday.
Prince Mak was born and raised in Sydney Australia. In 2012 he went to China to persue a career in the entertainment industry, and entered an audition program taking first place. This is how he met Jackie Chan and then joined JJCC.
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