Park Han-byul

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Park.
Park Han-byul
Park ha byul at Ten K-378 Nike wireon Seoul.jpg
Park Han-byul at Ten K-378 Nike wireon Seoul October 23, 2011
Born (1984-11-17) November 17, 1984 (age 31)
Seoul, South Korea
Other names Park Han-byeol
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2002–present
Agent YG Entertainment (2002-2004)
MSTeam Entertainment (2004-2011)
Daydream Entertainment (formerly JF Entertainment) (2011-2015)
One Star Entertainment (2015-present)[1]
Partner(s) Se7en (2002-2014)
Jung Eun-woo (2014-2015)
Korean name
Hangul 박한별
Hanja 朴寒별
Revised Romanization Bak Han-byeol
McCune–Reischauer Pak Hanbyǒl

Park Han-Byul (born November 17, 1984) is a South Korean actress and model.


As a student at Anyang Art High School,[2] Park posted photographs of herself on the internet, becoming an online celebrity due to her close physical resemblance to actress Jun Ji-hyun.[3] After being signed by an entertainment agency, she made her acting debut in the 2003 horror film Wishing Stairs, her part requiring her to learn ballet over a two-month period of rigorous training.[4]

Having since appeared in a succession of television drama series, Park returned to the big screen with a role in the 2008 film Fate. Her next project will be a film titled Yoga School.[5]

In July 2012, Park co-starred with Kim Ji-seok in horror film Two Moons, playing the role of So Hee, a horror fiction novelist with a hidden secret.[6][7]

Personal life[edit]

In June 2009, K-pop singer Se7en acknowledged on his website that he and Park had been in a relationship for seven years, with the couple having first met when they were seniors in high school. Se7en had previously denied rumors that they were a couple in order to protect Park's privacy and let the relationship grow naturally.[5][8] On December 23, 2014, a statement was released by Park's agency stating that she and Se7en had ended their 12-year relationship earlier on in the year.[9] She then dated actor Jung Eun-woo.[10] On July 6 2015, a statement was made by Jung's agency, stating that they had ended their relationship due to both of them being very busy.



Year Title Role
2002 My Fair Lady Su Yeon
Han River Ballad Mee-ae
2006 Couple or Trouble Oh Yu-gyung
2010 Freeze Ji-woo
Blue Fish Kang Yoon-jung
Couple Breaking Han Yeo-kyeong
Everybody Cha-cha-cha (aka Jolly Widows) Han Jin-kyung
Oh! My Lady Hong Yoo-ra
2011 Bolder By the Day Lee Han-byul
2013 One Well-Raised Daughter Jang Ha-na
2015 The Girl Who Sees Smells Joo Ma Ri
2015 I Have A Lover Kang Seol-ri
2015 Running Man Herself


Year Title Role
2003 Wishing Stairs Kim So-hee
2008 Fate Eun-yeong
2010 Yoga Yeon-joo
2011 My Black Mini Dress Hye-ji
2012 Two Moons So-hee
2013 Bunshinsaba 2 Song Qian

Music Videos[edit]

Year Song Artist
2004 "Without You" 1TYM
2010 "Smiling Goodbye" Soya n Sun
"I'm Going Crazy" Seven
2012 "Beautiful Night" Ulala Session


  1. ^ Actress Park Han-byul launches one-man agency
  2. ^ "Lee Hyo-lee, Lee Seung-yeon alumni of Suhmoon High School.. Park Yong-woo, Yoo Ji-tae alumni of Whimoon High School". HanCinema, 10 April 2008. Retrieved on 4 July 2008.
  3. ^ Han Eun-jung. "Separated at Birth?". HanCinema, 20 July 2005 (originally published by The Korea Times). Retrieved on 31 January 2008.
  4. ^ "Wishing Stairs: Interview with Park Han-byul" (video). Sundance Channel. Retrieved on 31 January 2008.
  5. ^ a b Lee Tae-hoon. "Se7en Confesses Love for Actress Park". The Korea Times, 10 June 2009. Retrieved on 24 June 2009.
  6. ^ Ho, Stewart (12 April 2012). "Park Han Byul, Kim Ji Suk Cast in Horror Movie Two Moons". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 13 December 2012. 
  7. ^ Suk, Monica (23 May 2012). ""Two Moon" reveals still shots of Kim Ji-seok". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  8. ^ "Love Is in the Air for Korean Celebrities". KBS World, 11 June 2009. Retrieved on 24 June 2009.
  9. ^ "[1]". "Soompi.", 23 December 2014. Retrieved on 23 December 2014.
  10. ^ "Park Han-byul confirms relationship with Jung Eun-woo". The Korea Times. 2014-12-24. Retrieved 2014-12-31. 

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