Jung Eun Suk is a South Korean singer under the stage name Jeong Su-ra. She was born in Seoul in 1963 and when she was in the 5th grade of elementary school, she made his debut as a singer by participating in the "1st Korean Music Festival" hosted by the Hankook Ilbo in 1974, she even won the Popularity Award by singing "The Bell". In her early years after her debut, she mainly sang commercial music (CM songs) and cartoon theme songs, but during the Chun Doo-hwan administration all domestic singers’ albums must include "Geonseon Song" so she became very popular. In 1985, she participated in the "1st Asian Broadcasting Federation Song Festival" with singer Koo Chang-mo and she won the grand prize for her duet song "Beautiful World". In 1990, she and Michael Jackson’s older brother, Jermaine Jackson, worked on a record in the United States and sang a duet pop song. She continued to release songs and albums and in 2008 she challenged herself and changed to trot music with the album "The Two of Us". In 2012, she again released another full-length album, "Love Again".