More Than a Rock Chic: Sue Ramirez Continues to Tread New Borders
Kapamilya actress Sue Ramirez shines like a neon star: having emerged through primetime roles and online fames, the young star has set a quick-change of pace—aesthetically has an eye for style—swiftly yielding into a pulsating multi-faceted rising star with a bubbly and easy-going personality.
Sue remains a bright stand-out with more upcoming projects coming her way, a successful glitzy debut concert and becoming the honorary ambassador for Korean tourism in the country.
The Rock Chic
After having proven her mettle acting in television and movies, Sue is unstoppable when she brought her energy, 80s pop vibes and lights at the Music Museum for her Rock Chic concert.
She started off her colorful intricate setlist with synth-pop hits “Sweet Dreams” and “Here Comes the Rain” by Eurythmics. Equally mesmerizing laser lights and visuals were paired with newly-arranged music morphing to its awesome set design, and adorned with a giant floating flamingo representing the first letter of her name.
Other 80s hits like “Get the Party Started,” “Sweet Child of Mine,” and “Kiss Me” have all set the perfect pace for what the rock chic represents, and for fans of all ages to sing and bop their heads along. Medleys include hits by Alanis Morissette, DuaLipa, Paramore, Cranberries, Avril Lavigne, and Rihanna.
She knows how to get the crowd going and keep them singing along with guests Michael Pangilinan, Kristel Fulgar and Maris Racal. Sue obviously enjoyed singing and dancing this one-night chance to perform her heart out and own the night.
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The intimacy brought by OPM hits puts a different flavor to the show and it felt like another level of entertainment. Sue’s birthday concert remained high and alive all night with her renditions of Mojofly’s “Mata,” UDD’s “Oo,” Moonstar 88’s “Migraine,” Session Road’s “Cool Off,” and Imago’s “Akap.”
“Gusto ko pong pasalamatan ang lahat ng sumuporta sa gabing ito. Ito na po ang pinakamagandang birthday ko, 23 years old na po ako and this has been the best gift I ever received. Salamat po sa lahat ng nagtiwala,” Sue proclaims that night.
The Honorary Ambassador for Korean Tourism
Beyond being a performer, Sue Ramirez has been appointed as the honorary ambassador for Korean tourism in 2016. She was given opportunities to visit South Korea to share her experiences during her trips via social media platforms.
She is currently supporting the country at various events like the recently concluded #LoveKorea, a celebration of the 70-year anniversary of South Korea and the Philippines’ bilateral relations. This 2-day cultural and travel fair was highlighted by the fan meeting of Goblin star, Lee Dong-Wook held at the Fashion Hall of SM Megamall. Watch the happenings in this VIDEO courtesy of the Korea Tourism Organization Facebook fan page.
The Actress who Portrays Shine Mapalad
Part of Spring Film’s 10th year anniversary as a film outfit, they collaborated with South Korea’s Film Line Productions to release the family dramedy “Sunshine Family.” Video trailer below.
Sunshine Family is based on the award-winning 1992 Japanese film, “The Hit-And-Run Family,” and stars real-life husband and wife Nonie Buencamino and Shamaine Centenera in their first film together as lead stars. Sue portrays their eldest child, Shine along with child star Marco Masa as the youngest child.
The story tells about a family who found themselves entangled in a hit-and-run incident, just a few days before they were set to come home to the Philippines.
Sue also worked with Shinwoo of the Korean boy group, Blanc7 for the film that was shot entirely in South Korea. Video by ABS-CBN It’s Showtime.
Sue Ramirez also leads memorable portrayals from Pistang Pelikulang Pilipino entries, “Ang Babaeng Allergic sa WiFi” and most recently in “Cuddle Weather.”