|Born||September 14, 1975|
|Origin||Manhattan, New York, U.S.|
|Occupation(s)||Violinist, composer, songwriter, rapper|
Eugene Park was born in New York, to Korean parents who were both doctors. Park began to play the violin at age three, entered the Juilliard Pre-College at age eight, and appeared at the Lincoln Center at age 13. After his graduation from Juilliard in 1996, he released two albums with Sony Music named 'The Bridge' (1997), and 'Peace' (1998).
He won awards at the Juilliard Competition, the Aspen Music School Competition, and the ISO Competition.
Park played the violin for Leon Lai's song "Sugar in the Marmalade", and is mentioned briefly in the lyrics.
- 1997: The Bridge
- 1998: Peace
- 2000: Live
- 2006: The 3rd - Gust
- 2011: mini album Nostalgia