Park Shin-hye

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Park.
Park Shin-hye
(160204) Park Shin Hye @ the 'DongJu - The Portrait of A Poet' Movie Premiere.jpg
Park in February, 2016
Native name 박신혜
Born Park Shin-hye
(1990-02-18) February 18, 1990 (age 26)
Gwangju, South Korea
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • model
Years active 2001–present
Agent S.A.L.T Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul 박신혜
Hanja
Revised Romanization Bak Sin-hye
McCune–Reischauer Pak Sin-hye

Park Shin-hye (born February 18, 1990) is a South Korean actress, singer and model. She made her acting debut in the Korean drama Stairway to Heaven (2003). In 2006, she starred in the South Korean-Japanese series Tree of Heaven and later received acclaim for her leading roles in the television dramas You're Beautiful (2009), Heartstrings (2011), Flower Boys Next Door (2013), The Heirs (2013), Pinocchio (2014–2015) and Doctors (2016). In 2015, Park was included in Forbes list of "40 Most Powerful Celebrities" in Korea.

Early life[edit]

Park Shin-hye was born in Gwangju, but raised in Songpa District, Seoul. She made her first appearance on the music video of "Flower" by singer Lee Seung-hwan.[1] Afterwards, she got formal training in singing, dancing and acting.[2]

In 2014, Park was unanimously chosen as the “Nation’s Little Sister" for her unchanging beauty, good acting skills and kind personality. She was also picked for having many other talents besides acting including singing and dancing.[3]

On February 15, 2016, she graduated from Chung-Ang University, receiving a degree in Theater and Film and a "Lifetime Achievement Award" as Honorary Ambassador of the school at the graduation ceremony.[4][5]

Career[edit]

Beginnings[edit]

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 Tree of Heaven, along with her former co-star in Stairway to Heaven, Lee Wan.[6] The show received mixed reviews and criticism. However, Park's performance was praised. 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. She was also praised for delivering her lines in fluent Japanese despite the fact she does not speak the language herself. Tree of Heaven started with borderline mediocre ratings, but went on to finish very respectably and gained a fan base in Korea. This further boosted Park's popularity and credibility in acting. The series was also aired in Japan, thus giving Park more exposure abroad.[7][8] 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 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.

2009–2012: Increasing Popularity[edit]

Park later gained more recognition through idol drama series You're Beautiful with Jang Keun-suk. The series gained a cult following with many viewers watching and discussing it online,[9] and eventually became so popular in Japan that it is believed to have overtaken the popularity of Winter Sonata.[10] She also sang the songs "Lovely Day" and "Without Words" for the drama's original soundtrack. In 2010, Park 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 sleeper hit became a critical and commercial success, attracting 2.7 million admissions nationwide becoming the 8th best selling film of the year.[11]

In the subsequent year, Park starred in Heartstrings opposite Jung Yong-hwa, whom she has worked with on You're Beautiful. The melodrama which focuses on love, friendship and dreams of youths, was set against the backdrop of a performing arts college. Because of Park and Jung's overseas fanbase from their previous drama, broadcasting rights to Heartstrings were pre-sold to eight countries including the Philippines, Japan, China, Hong Kong and North America, ahead of its premiere in South Korea. Park and Jung also held fan meetings in Japan due to the show's popularity over there.

In 2012, Park was featured in the first three episodes of the show Music and Lyrics with Yoon Gun of Korean R&B duo Brown Eyes. 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.[12] 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. Her portrayal of Yeon-hwa won her the "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.[13] Park plays a character that is shy and introverted, who hides away from the world due to her bad past. Broadcasting rights of the show were sold to Japan for the highest price yet for a Korean cable series due to Park's popularity. The drama series aired from January 7 to the 25th of February 2013.

2013–present: Hallyu Fame and Critical Acclaim[edit]

In 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 then.[14][15][16] Park's emotional and realistic performance as a lawyer in the film was highly praised, and she went on to win the "Best Supporting Actress" award at the 33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards. She also starred in actor and singer So Ji-sub's music video "Eraser" for his album Two’clock… Playground, alongside former child actor Yoo Seung Ho.[17]

To celebrate her 10th anniversary as an actress, Park held the "2013 Park Shin Hye Asia Tour: Kiss Of Angel" in four Asian countries, becoming the first actress to hold a tour spanning across Asia. During the various events, she impressed many fans and viewers with her eloquent speech, singing and dancing performances.[18]

Park was announced to be starring in The Heirs opposite Lee Min-ho. The series is written by famous writer Kim Eun-sook, and would follow a group of rich, privileged, and elite high school students as they are groomed to take over their families' business empires. Park plays Cha Eun-sang, an ordinary girl who came from a poor family but displays strong-willed characteristics. Premiering on October 9, 2013, The Heirs climbed in ratings as the series progresses and became one of the most viewed weekday dramas in 2013, peaking at 28.6%.[19] She also released a song as part of the drama's OST titled "Story". Publication rights to the drama were sold to 13 countries, with the highest price coming from Japan.[20] The Heirs accumulated a total of one billion views on Youku.com, a popular Chinese site for viewing videos.[21]

Park became the first Korean female actress who has amassed more than five million Weibo followers, proving her popularity in China.[22] She was given the "Popular Foreign Actress Award" at the Chinese Anhui TV Drama Awards.[23]

In 2014, Park plays the role of the Queen in the historical film, The Royal Tailor, alongside Go Soo, Han Suk-kyu, and Yoo Yeon-seok.[24] The Royal Tailor was released on January 2015. On September 4, 2014, Park was confirmed to star in SBS’ new television series Pinocchio opposite actor Lee Jong-suk. The drama portrayed the passionate pursuit of justice by young news reporters on the social affairs desk. Park plays the character Choi In-ha, the heroine of the drama which has a chronic symptom called "Pinocchio complex", breaking into violent hiccups when she tells lies. The Wednesday-Thursday drama aired from November 2014 to January 2015 .[25]

Park's soaring popularity thanks to The Heirs at the end of 2013 coupled with Pinocchio in 2014 allowed her to rank in Forbes Korea's Top 40 Most Popular Celebrities. In this ranking, Park ranked 36th in earnings, 19th in press exposure, 14th in television exposure and 31st in professionalism criteria which as a whole placed her in the 33rd place of this ranking.[26][27] [28]

In 2015, Park was confirmed to be appearing in movie Older Brother which also stars actor Jo Jung-suk and Do Kyung-soo of EXO. The film's release date has not yet been decided. In 2016, Park made her small-screen comeback in SBS Monday-Tuesday drama Doctors, playing the titular character Yoo Hye-jeong who transforms from a troubled teenager to a doctor.

Personal life[edit]

Park has participated in many ambassadors and charitable work throughout the years.[29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42][43][44]

Filmography[edit]

Television drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2003 Stairway to Heaven young Han Jung-suh SBS
2004 If Wait for the Next Train Again Yeong Ran Ui KBS
Not Alone Editor's Daughter SBS
2005 Cute or Crazy Herself
One Fine Day Hee Kyeong MBC
2006 Seoul 1945 Choi Geum-hee KBS1
Tree of Heaven Hana SBS Female Lead
Bicheonmu A Li Shui (Arisu)
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-nyeo SBS Female Lead
2010 My Girlfriend Is a Nine-Tailed Fox Go Mi-nyeo Cameo, Episode 6
High Kick Through the Roof Future Hae-ri MBC Cameo, Episode 119
2011 Heartstrings Lee Gyu-won Female Lead
Hayate the Combat Butler Xiao Zhi / Sanqianyuan Zhi FTV Female Lead
2012 Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost Yeon-hwa (the ghost) KBS2 One-act Drama Special
The King of Dramas Lead Actress of Graceful Revenge SBS Cameo, Episode 1 [45]
2013 Flower Boys Next Door Go Dok-mi tvN Female Lead
Fabulous Boys Herself FTV / GTV Cameo, Episode 1 [46]
The Heirs Cha Eun-sang SBS Female Lead
2014-2015 Pinocchio Choi In-ha Female Lead
2016 Entertainer Assistant Manager Park Cameo [47]
Gogh, The Starry Night Sohu Cameo
Doctors Yoo Hye-jung SBS Female Lead

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2006 Love Phobia Byeon-ja Supporting Role
2007 Evil Twin So-yeon / Hyo-jin Lead Role
2010 Cyrano Agency Min-yeong Supporting Role
Green Days: Dinosaur and I Oh Yi-rang (voice) Animated film
2012 Waiting for Jang Joon-hwan Shin-hye Short film
2013 Miracle in Cell No. 7 Ye-seung Supporting Role
One Perfect Day Eun-hee Short film
2014 The Royal Tailor Queen Supporting Role
2015 The Beauty Inside Woo-jin Cameo
2016 Brother Lee Soo-hyun

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2004 Nonstop 4 Herself MBC Guest, Episode 73
Inkigayo MC SBS with Lee Seung-gi
2007 Fantastic Partner MBC 2007-2008
Happy Sunday Herself KBS2 Guest, Episode 2
Happy Together Guest
Horror Mission Guest with Tak Jae-hoon
2009 Love Request Herself KBS Episode 582, Charity in Nepal
Melon Music Awards MC N/A with Jang Keun-suk
SBS Gayo Daejeon SBS with Jung Yong-hwa & Kim Heechul
2010 Sunday Sunday Night - Danbi Herself MBC Guest, Episode 11
Happy Together KBS2 Guest with Lee Min-jung, Episode 163
Seoul Cultural Art Awards MC N/A
2011 Win Win Herself KBS2 Guest with Joo Sang-wook, Episode 13
Day Day Up Hunan TV Guest, Chinese Variety Show
Hallyu Dream Concert MC N/A with Ok Taecyeon & Choi Minho
Melon Music Awards N/A with Leeteuk & Yoon Doo-joon
2012 Music and Lyrics Herself MBC Music Guest with Yoon Gun, Episodes 1-3 [48]
Running Man SBS Guest with Lee Seung-gi, Episodes 120-121
Strong Heart SBS Guest with Yoon Shi-yoon and Kim Ji-hoon, Episodes 159-160
TAXI show TvN Guest with Yoon Shi-yoon, Episode 270
Kpop Collection Okinawa MC N/A with Lee Seung-gi
2013 Running Man Herself SBS Guest with Kim Woo-bin & Choi Jin-hyuk, Episode 166
Top Gear Korea 4 XTM Guest, Episode 10
2014 2 Days & 1 Night Herself KBS2 Special Guest, Episode 335 (season 3 episode 14) [49]
Infinite Challenge MBC Guest, Episodes 374 & 383 [50]
Bring You to the Stars Jiangsu TV Guest, Chinese Variety Show
SBS Drama Awards MC SBS with Lee Hwi-jae and Park Seo-joon [51]
2015 Hologram Herself Mnet Guest, Episode 1 [52]
Three Meals a Day Herself tvN Guest, Season 2 Episode 2-3, 16-17 [53][54]
Some Guys Some Girls Herself SBS Guest, Episode 6 [55]
2016 Running Man Herself SBS Guest with Lee Sung-kyung, Yoon Kyun-sang & Kim Min-seok, Episode 304

Documentary[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2009 It City Park Shin Hye in New Caledonia: Take It Paradise O'live TV
2011 STOP HUNGER MBC Charity in Ghana
2012 It City Park Shin Hye Healing Trip to Hong Kong O'live TV
2013 Photo Camping Log OnStyle with Park Se-young

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Title Artist Notes Ref.
2001 "Do You Love?" Lee Seung-hwan
2003 "Flower"
2004 "I Ask Myself"
"Fake Love Song" Fortune Cookie
2006 "Letter" Kim Jong-kook
2008 "Saechimtteki" 45RPM
2009 "Call Me" Taegoon
"Super Star"
2012 "Alone in Love" Lee Seung-gi
"Aren’t We Friends"
2013 "Eraser" So Ji-sub [56]
2014 "My Dear" Herself [57]
"You Are So Beautiful" Herself with Super Junior, EXO, Etc. [58]
2015 "Insensible" Herself with Lee Hong-gi [59]

Discography[edit]

Single[edit]

Year Title / Track Album Notes Ref.
2006 "Love Rain" Tree of Heaven OST
2007 "Jingle Ha-Day" Jingle Ha-Day feat. Lee Seung-hwan
2009 "Lovely Day" You're Beautiful OST
"Without a Word"
2010 "It Was You" Cyrano Agency OST with Lee Min-jung
2011 "우주에서" Green Days: Dinosaur and I OST with Song Chang-eui
"The Day We Fall In Love" Heartstrings OST
"I Will Forget You" copy of CN Blue's song of the same
name from the album Bluetory
2012 "I Think of You" Music and Lyrics OST with Yoon Gun
"Memories" Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost OST released by KBS 2 TV’s Drama Special in 2014 [60]
2013 "Pitch Black" Flower Boys Next Door OST
"Story" The Heirs OST
"Break Up For You,
Not Yet For Me"
Break Up For You,
Not Yet For Me
Standing Egg Remake
2014 "Arm Pillow" Arm Pillow Digital Single [61]
"My Dear" My Dear

with Yong Jun-hyung; composed by Park Shin-won,
lyrics by Park Shin-won & Park Shin-hye

[62]
"Love Is Like Snow" Pinocchio OST composed by Park Shin-won, and Roco & Conan
of indie band Rocoberry and arranged by Rocoberry
[63]
2015 "Dreaming a Dream" composed by Roco, written by Ji Hoon and Goo Ji Ahn, and arranged by Rocoberry. [64]
"Perfect" Perfect SALTNPAPER feat. Park Shin Hye, written by Tablo. [65]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2003 SBS Drama Awards Best Young Actress Stairway to Heaven Won
2007 MBC Entertainment Awards Best Newcomer in a Variety Show Fantastic Partner Won
MBC Drama Awards Best New Actress Kimcheed Radish Cubes Nominated
2008 44th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress (TV) Nominated
2009 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award,
Actress in a Drama Special
You're Beautiful Nominated
New Star Award Won
Best Couple Award
(with Jang Keun-suk)
Nominated
2010 8th Korean Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Cyrano Agency Nominated
2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (Film) Won
LETV Movies & TV Series Awards (China) Most Popular Actress N/A Won
5th Mnet 20's Choice Awards Hot Campus Goddess N/A Nominated
2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (TV) Heartstrings Won
KBS Drama Awards Best Actress in a One-Act Special Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost Won
2013 6th Style Icon Awards The Natural-Born Beauty N/A Nominated
7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards 20's Movie Star Miracle in Cell No. 7 Nominated
49th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Supporting Actress (Film) Nominated
Most Popular Actress (Film) Won
17th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival Fantasia Award Won
33rd Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
2nd APAN Star Awards Acting Award Flower Boys Next Door Nominated
Anhui TV Drama Awards (China) Popular Foreign Actress The Heirs Won [66]
SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award,
Actress in Drama Special
Won [67]
Popularity Award Nominated
Top 10 Stars Won
Best Couple Award
(with Lee Min-ho)
Won
2014 K-Star Awards Popularity Award Won
3rd Annual Dramafever Awards (USA) Best Actress Won
Best Couple Not Meant To Be (with Kim Woo Bin) Won
50th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actress (TV) Won [68]
2nd Asia Rainbow TV Awards Outstanding Leading Actress Won [69]
9th Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Korean Actress Nominated
People's Choice Actress Nominated
7th Style Icon Awards Top 10 Style Icons N/A Nominated
16th Seoul International Youth Film Festival Best Young Actress The Heirs Nominated
3rd APAN Star Awards Excellence Award,
Actress in a Miniseries
Won
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award,
Actress in a Drama Special
Pinocchio Won
Top 10 Stars Won
Best Couple Award
(with Lee Jong-suk)
Won
2015 51st Baeksang Arts Awards Best Actress (TV) Nominated
Most Popular Actress (Film) The Royal Tailor Won
iQiyi Star Award N/A Won
8th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress Pinocchio Nominated
6th Korean Popular Culture & Arts Awards Prime Minister's Award N/A Won
4th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award,
Actress in a Miniseries
Pinocchio Nominated

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