Park Shin-hye in July 2009
18 February 1990 |
Paju, South Korea
|Occupation||Actress, Singer, Model|
|Notable work(s)||You're Beautiful (2009), Heartstrings (2011), The Heirs (2013)|
|Revised Romanization||Bak Sin-hye|
Park Shin-hye (Hangul: 박신혜; born February 18, 1990) is a South Korean actress & singer. She is best known for her leading roles in the television dramas You're Beautiful (2009), Heartstrings (2011) and The Heirs (2013). She attends Chung-Ang University.
Shin Hye'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. 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. The series was also aired in Japan giving Park more exposure abroad. 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. In January of 2007, 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 with Jang Geun Suk. The drama made her popular worldwide and the songs 'Lovely Day ' and 'Without Words' sung by her forYou're Beautiful OST made her even more lovable. In 2010 she starred in the low budget romantic comedy film Cyrano Agency which revolved around a dating agency that helps its customers win the hearts of the people they desire. The film was a sleeper hit becoming a critical and commercial success attracting 2.7 million admissions nationwide becoming the 8th best selling film of the year. 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.
In 2012, 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. Their efforts produced the song "I Think of You" which has never been officially released.
Park joined the cast of the KBS drama special season 3, “Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost” which was broadcast on July 15. She plays the ghost “Kim Yeon-Hwa” who was murdered in a robbery. Yeon-Hwa haunted Moon-Ki who was involved in a car accident and lost his memories. Her portrayal of Yeon-hwa won Park Shin Hye "Best One-Act Special Actress" Award at the 2012 KBS Drama Awards.
On October 31, 2012, It was announced that Park would star in the third installment of tvN's "flower boy" series called Flower Boys Next Door, along with actor Yoon Shi Yoon. The drama series aired from February 7th to the 25th of 2013.
Park starred in Miracle in Cell No. 7 along with veteran Korean actors, such as Ryu Seung-ryong, Oh Dal-su, and Jung Jin-young. On March 15, 2013, 52 days after the movie's release, ticket sales reached 12.32 million, making it the third highest grossing Korean film of all time. Park starred in The Inheritors (or "He Who Wishes To Wear the Crown, Endure Its Weight – The Heirs") opposite Lee Min-ho, premiering on October 9, 2013.
|2003||Stairway to Heaven||young Han Jung-suh||SBS|
|2003||Nonstop 4||Park Shin-hye (guest appearance, ep 73)||MBC|
|2005||Cute or Crazy||Park Shin-hye||SBS|
|2006||Seoul 1945||Choi Geum-hee||KBS|
|Tree of Heaven||Hana||SBS|
|Bicheonmu||A Li Shui (Arisu)||SBS|
|2007||Goong S||Shin Sae-ryung||MBC|
|Several Questions That Make Us Happy||Hyun-ji||KBS2|
|Kimcheed Radish Cubes||Jang Sa-ya||MBC|
|2009||You're Beautiful||Go Mi-nam/Go Mi-nyu||SBS|
|2010||My Girlfriend Is a Nine-Tailed Fox||Go Mi-nyu (cameo, ep 6)||SBS|
|High Kick Through the Roof||Future Hae-ri (cameo, ep 119)||MBC|
|Hayate the Combat Butler||Xiao Zhi / Sanqianyuan Zhi||FTV|
|2012||Music and Lyrics (3-episode reality show)||Herself||MBC Music|
|Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost (One-act Drama Special)||Yeon-hwa (the ghost)||KBS2|
|The King of Dramas||lead actress of Graceful Revenge (cameo, ep 1)||SBS|
|Running Man||Herself (ep 120-121) w/ Lee Seung-gi||SBS|
|2013||Flower Boys Next Door||Go Dok-mi||tvN|
|Fabulous Boys||Korean Go Min Nyu/Gemma in disguised as Korean girl using cellphone in church (cameo, ep 1)||FTV/GTV|
|Running Man||Herself (ep 166) w/ Kim Woo-bin & Choi Jin-hyuk||SBS|
|The Heirs||Cha Eun-sang||SBS|
|Green Days (animated)||Yi-rang (voice)|
|2012||Waiting for Jang Joon-hwan (short film)|
|2013||Miracle in Cell No. 7||Ye-seung|
|One Perfect Day (short film)||Eun-hee|
|2007-5-27 - 2008-7-13||Fantastic Partner (MBC)||Variety show|
|2009-12-16||Melon Music Awards||Co-host with Jang Keun Suk|
|2009-12-29||SBS Gayo Daejeon||Co-host with Jung Yong Hwa and Kim Hee Chul|
|2011-10-03||Hallyu Dream Concert||Co-host with 2PM's Taecyeon and Shinee's Minho|
|2011-11-24||Melon Music Awards||Co-host with Super Junior's Leeteuk and Beast's Yoon Doo-joon|
|2012-10-18||Kpop Collection Okinawa||Co-Host with Lee Seung Gi|
|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|
|2012||"Alone in Love"||Lee Seung-gi|
|2013||"Eraser" (with Yoo Seung-ho)||So Ji-sub|
|2006||Drama||Tree of Heaven||Love Rain|
|2009||Drama||You're Beautiful||Lovely Day|
|Without a Word|
|2010||Film||Cyrano Agency||It Was You||with Lee Min-jung|
|2011||Drama||Heartstrings||The Day We Fall In Love|
|I Will Forget You||cover of CN Blue's song of the same name from the album Bluetory|
|2012||Sitcom||Music and Lyrics||I Think of You||with Yoon Gun|
|2013||Drama||Flower Boys Next Door||Pitch Black|
|2003||SBS Drama Awards||Best Child Actress||Stairway to Heaven|
|2007||MBC Entertainment Awards||Best Newcomer in Show/Variety||Fantastic Partner|
|MBC Drama Awards||Best New Actress||Kimcheed Radish Cubes|
|2009||SBS Drama Awards||New Star Award||You're Beautiful|
|2011||47th Baeksang Arts Awards||Most Popular Actress (Film)||Cyrano Agency|
|LETV Movies & TV Series Awards (China)||Female Popularity Award|
|2012||48th Baeksang Arts Awards||Most Popular Actress (TV)||Heartstrings|
|KBS Drama Awards||Best Actress in a One-Act Special||Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost|
|2013||49th Baeksang Arts Awards||Most Popular Actress (Film)||Miracle in Cell No. 7|
|Puchon Film Festival||Popularity award (Film)||Miracle in Cell No. 7|
|33rd Korean Film Critics Association Awards||Best Supporting Actress (Film)||Miracle in Cell No. 7|
|Anhui TV Drama Awards (China)||Popular Foreign Actress||The Heirs|
- 2010 - A.N. Show in Taipei [Oct 2nd, 2010]
- 2010 - You’re Beautiful 1st Fan Meeting in Japan [June 26, 2010]
- 2012 - Heartstrings Fan Meeting in Japan (16 July, 2012)
- 2013 - "Kiss of Angel" Asia Tour Fan Meeting in Manila, Philippines (March 16, 2013)
- 2013 - "Kiss of Angel" Asia Tour Fan Meeting in Tokyo, Japan (March 24, 2013)
- 2013 - "Kiss of Angel" Asia Tour Fan Meeting in Shanghai, China (May 18, 2013)
- 2013 - "Kiss of Angel" Asia Tour Fan Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand (June 29, 2013)
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- Music and Lyrics
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Park Shin Hye won Best Supporting Actress at 33rd Film Critics Assosiation Awards 2013 (miracle in Cell No.7)
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