@mibebe If you are specifying which Bae (like there are others with the same name, for example Young Bae), then I think your sentence would make sense. But if you are trying to use "Bae" as like a compliment, then I would use it like how I mentioned before instead. I hope that answers your question.
@mibebe Yes, it can. Whomever the audience is would have to know who she is and "bae"'s slang meaning in order to get what you are saying, though.
Explained, it means: "Bae Suzy": Her name in proper korean order "is": as in, the same as or to be "Suzy Bae": wifey, baby, etc. It's kind of like you're making a nickname out of it, if that makes sense.
Either way, it doesn't mean anything bad. And if they understand, they will see it is a compliment.
@mibebe I'm from the U.S., so I can only speak from that perspective, but only people who think K-pop in general is cringy (and there are quite a few) would think it is cringy, I think . It's more like a clever turn of phrase, like a slogan, or something like that. Most people who don't understand the slang would just be confused, really.
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