Gummy Shares Her Recent Pictures and Live Performance Video, Surprising Her Fans

Singer Gummy shared a sincere handwritten letters and surprise live performance video. Because she has not been active since she announced the news of her concerts and pregnancy, the unexpected surprise are receiving explosive responses.

On April 8, Gummy shared her recent whereabouts through her agency, C-JeS Entertainment. Several pictures of her celebrating her birthday, sincere handwritten letter and a live performance video were posted on C-JeS Entertainment’s Instagram, drawing attention.

She wrote:

“As I get older, I feel somewhat embarrassed to celebrate my birthday, and I want to just want to live quietly, but staying quiet tends to make me a bit lonely. But when I’m about to feel such way, you send me these messages of ‘we’re here’ and ‘you’re born to be loved,’ there’s no time for me to think about anything else. And then I’m happy again. I’m so happy, and grateful that I think I should live my life even more enthusiastically. I’m sure a lot of you are having a hard time these days and as I wondered what I could do, I thought that what you love the most is my songs. The lyrics are the words I would like to you to you all, and since I’ve never performed this live, I sang this song. Please remember that I sang this thinking of you. Thank you so much for making me a special person today. Today was a very special day for me and I woner what kind of day you had. Thank you so much and I love you.”

Following the handwritten letter, she also unveiled a surprise live performance as a gift. In the video, she is singing “Your Day,” the original soundtrack of Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim 2. This is the first time that she is seen singing the song live.

In October 2018, Gummy married Jo Jung Suk after dating for five years. Then in January, she received a lot of congratulations for being pregnant with their first child.

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