Park Shin-hye

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Park Shin Hye
박신혜
Born(1990-02-18) February 18, 1990 (age 22)
Gwangju, South Korea
OccupationActress, singer, model, dancer
Years active2003–present
Website
Park Shin Hye Japan Official Site
 
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Park Shin Hye
박신혜
Born(1990-02-18) February 18, 1990 (age 22)
Gwangju, South Korea
OccupationActress, singer, model, dancer
Years active2003–present
Website
Park Shin Hye Japan Official Site
Korean name
Hangul박신혜
Hanja
Revised RomanizationBak Sin-hye
McCune–ReischauerPak Sinhye

Park Shin Hye (born on February 18, 1990; also written as Park Shin-Hye, Park Shin-hye, or Park Shinhye) is a South Korean actress, singer, dancer and promotional model.[1] She debuted in the 2003 music video "Ggot" (Hangul: 꽃, flower). She is best known for the roles of "Go Mi Nam" in the television drama You're Beautiful and "Lee Gyu Won" in the 2011 drama Heartstrings.[2][3] She attends Chung-Ang University.

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Early life

Park Shin Hye was born on February 18, 1990, in Gwangju, South Korea. Her family consists of her parents, an older brother and her. When she was in the 6th grade at Hak-Kang Elementary School in Gwangju, she auditioned for the lead role in the music video "Ggot - Flower" by "Dream Factory," pop singer Lee Seung-Hwan's music company. She passed the audition, joined the company, and began training as a singer there.

Career

Park's fame came when she played the younger version of the character Han Jung-suh in the popular Korean drama Stairway to Heaven. She also starred in a drama series called Tree of Heaven which aired on SBS, starring her former co-star in Stairway to Heaven, Lee Wan.[1] The show had decent ratings, and the reviews and criticism were mixed, but mostly positive. Many critics keyed in on her portrayal of the character Hana's pain of loving her step brother Yoon-suh (Lee Wan) as brilliantly done. It should also be noted that due to the age difference between her and Wan, romantic scenes such as kissing on the lips could not occur, where had it been an older actress, such scenes may have occurred. Tree of Heaven started with borderline mediocre ratings, as do many new Korean dramas, but went on to finish very respectably, and gained a fan base in Korea, which further helped Park's credibility and young career in acting. Since then, Park has done many commercials (CF) and modeled for a number of Asian companies.

Through her roles and their requirements, Park has displayed an instinctive talent for dancing and martial arts. She has also released a digital single, "Prayer", a song she sang in the drama Tree of Heaven. However, the track was not released in the official OST.

Park made her big screen debut in the movie Evil Twin, a summer horror flick where she had 2 roles: one as the main character, and the other as the ghost of the main character's sister, who haunts the other sister after her death. Park was extremely happy to act in this movie, because she had always wanted to act in a period setting drama or movie.

Park starred as one of the four main characters in Goong S, a spin off (not the sequel) to the wildly successful Goong. The series did not match the success of its original, and received borderline ratings. However, the drama was the most re-watched and replayed series in the first half of 2007, gaining fame after the first run. Park later gained more popularity through idol drama series You're Beautiful. Her 2011 drama Heartstrings began airing on June 29, 2011. Jung Yong Hwa, a co-star from You're Beautiful, played the male lead opposite her.

Recently, Park was featured in the first three episodes of the show "Music and Lyrics" with Yoon Gun (윤건) of Korean R&B duo Brown Eyes (브라운아이즈). ‘Music and Lyrics’ is a reality/romance show that collaborates a top actress and an amazing songwriter to write a one-of-a-kind song in 30 days.[4] Their efforts produced the song "I Think of You". The release date is yet to be revealed.

Park Shin Hye will join the cast of the KBS drama special season 3, “Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost” which is scheduled to broadcast on July 15. She will play the ghost “Yeon Hwa.”[5]

Filmography

Television

YearTitleRoleNetwork
2003Stairway to Heavenyoung Han Jung-suh/Kim Ji-suSBS
2003Non-stop 4Park Shin-hye (ep.73)MBC
2004BoomSBS
Not AloneSBS
2005Cute or CrazyPark Shin HyeSBS
2006Seoul 1945Choi Geum HeeKBS
Tree of HeavenHanaSBS
Loving SueSBS
BicheonmuA Li Shui (Arisu)SBS
2007Goong SShin Sae RyungMBC
Several Questions That Make Us HappyHyun JlKBS2
Kimcheed Radish CubesJang Sa YaMBC
2009You're BeautifulGo Mi Nam/Go Min NyuSBS
2010My Girlfriend Is a Nine-Tailed FoxGO MIN NYU (cameo in ep 6)SBS
High Kick Through the RoofCameoMBC
Hayate the Combat Butler (TV Series)Xiao Zhi / Sanqianyuan ZhiFTV
2011HeartstringsLee Gyu WonMBC
2012Music and Lyrics (3-Episode Reality Show)HerselfMBC Music Channel
2012Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost (One-act Drama Special)Yeon-Hwa (The Ghost)KBS2

Films

YearTitleRole
2006Love PhobiaByeon Ja
2007Evil TwinSo-yeon/Hyo-jin
2010Cyrano AgencyMin Yeong
Green DaysYi-rang (voice animation)
2012December 23Ye-Seung

MCings

Music Videos Appearances

YearTitleArtist
2001"Sarang Ha Na Yo - Do You Love?"Lee Seung Hwan
2003"Ggot - Flower"Lee Seung Hwan
2004"Fake Love Song"Fortune Cookie
2006"Pyun Ji - Letter"Kim Jong Kook
2008"Saechimtteki"45RPM
2009"Call Me"Taegoon
2009"Super Star"Taegoon
2012"Alone in Love"Lee Seung Gi
2012"You're My Friend"Lee Seung Gi

Awards

YearAward
2003SBS Drama Awards: Child Actress Award "(Stairway to Heaven)"
2007MBC Drama Awards: Best Newcomer Actress "(Kimcheed Radish Cubes)"
MBC Entertainment Awards, Newcomer Award of Show / Variety
2009SBS Drama Awards: New Star Award "(You're Beautiful)"
201147th Paeksang Arts Awards: Popular Movie Actress "(Cyrano Agency)"
LETV Movies & TV Series Awards Ceremony (In China): Female Popularity Award
201248th Paeksang Arts Awards: Popular Drama Actress "(Heartstrings)"

Discography

Songs

Show Performance

TV commercials / Product endorsements

Others

2011

2010

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