February 24, 1981
Yeongcheon, North Gyeongsang, South Korea
|Residence||Seoul, South Korea|
|Other names||Park Jung-Ah|
|Education||Bachelor of Music|
|Alma mater||Dongduk Women's University|
|Occupation||Actress, singer, spokesmodel,
TV presenter, radio DJ
|Years active||2001 – present|
|Agent||Star Empire Entertainment
|Style||Pop, Pop rock, dance-pop|
|Television||Show Your Mind (2009–10)|
|Revised Romanization||Bak Jeong-a|
First debuting as a member of the girl group Jewelry in 2001, she became the group leader. Park emerged as one of the more popular members of Jewelry and has been noted for being the older sister to her bandmates. In 2003, she debuted as an actress and has since appeared in a handful of movies and dramas.
Since Jewelry went on hiatus, Park took the opportunity to debut as a solo singer. Her first solo album Yeah was released in the fall of 2006, showing an edgier side that Jewelry single "Superstar" hinted at. The title song Produced and Co-Written by Hit American Producers Ian (iRok) Scott and Mark (MJ) Jackson A.K.A. MJ&iRoK was her first single, and it allowed Park to become more of a rock singer. The album also featured production from #1 Billboard Producer, Eddie Galan of Mach 1 Music. To move away from the manufactured pop image she developed in Jewelry, she has performed this single live at every performance, and it has subsequently made the song a strong chart hit.
From November 2006 to 2009, she had been hosting her own radio show, On a Starry Night.
In 2013, Jeong-Ah left Star Empire and entered a new contract with 'WM Company'. On May 10, 2013, 'WM Company' announced their new partnership and also revealed Jeong-Ah's surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid tumor.
|2008||Frivolous Wife||Cheon Yeon-soo|
|2005||The Big Scene||Han Moo-sook|
|2013-2014||My Love from the Star||No Seo-young (cameo)||Episode 4|
|2012||My Daughter Seo-young||Kang Mi-kyung|
|2011||My One And Only||Cha Do-hee|
|2010||Smile Again||Yoon Sae-wa|
|Prosecutor Princess||Jenny Ahn|
|2004||When a Man Loves||In-hye|
- Studio albums
- Yeah (released on August 25, 2006)
|2009-10||MBC TV||Show Your Mind|
|2003||KBS 2TV||Music Bank|
|MBC TV||Time Machine|
|SBS TV||Midnight TV Entertainment|
|2002||MTV Korea||Live Wow!|
|2006-08||MBC FM||On a Starry Night|
|2003||KBS FM||I Like Radio|
|2003||20th Model Line||Korea Best Dresser||Won|
|Korea Music Award||This Year's Singer||Won|
|2004||SBS Drama Awards||When Man Love||Won|
|2005||KBS K-Pop Awards||This Year's Singer||Won|
|2011||KBS Drama Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Smile Again||Won|||
- "MC 소개" (in Korean). Imbc.com. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
- "네이트" (in Korean). People.nate.com. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
- KBS World biography. Retrieved October 17, 2006.
- "Park Jung Ah Received Surgery for Thyroid Cancer". 10 May 2013. Retrieved 27 May 2013.
- "Park Jung-ah has thyroid cancer". May 13, 2013. Retrieved 27 May 2013.
- Hong, Lucia (2 January 2012). "Shin Ha-kyun scores top prize at 2011 KBS Drama Awards". 10 Asia. Retrieved 5 December 2012.
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