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Park Yong-ha in 2009
12 August 1977|
Seoul, South Korea
|Died||June 30, 2010
Seoul, South Korea
|Genres||Pop, K-Pop, J-Pop|
|Labels||Pony Canyon (Japan)|
|Revised Romanization||Bak Yong-ha|
At seventeen, Park was noted for his acting and musical skills, as well as his good looks which earned him popularity with fans. After his debut in MBC drama Theme Theater (1994), Park appeared a range of TV dramas and films. In 2002, Park co-starred in Winter Sonata with Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo, which brought him fame in Japan.
Park released various Japanese albums in Japan and held successful concerts both in Japan and Korea.
Park sang the theme songs of SBS drama On Air in 2008. The Japanese version of the theme songs was his 6th single album Behind Love. Behind Love, released on July 23, 2008, was ranked as the third top single album on Oricon, Japan's premier daily album chart. His next single album, Say Goodbye, and full-length album, Love, were released in November 2008 and both were ranked on Oricon within top 10.
Film and television
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Park starred in SBS drama On Air as a drama PD, Kyoung-min Lee, in 2008 and on Mnet Japan from 30 July 2008. He and co-star Song Yun-ah visited Japan to promote the series in a showcase attend by 800 VIP guests at Toho Cinema in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. He also starred in the movie The Scam as an individual investor(small time investor) Hyun-soo Kang. The Scam was released on February 12, 2009. He was cast in the drama,The Slingshot, acting as the character Kim Shin, which started broadcasting on KBS2 on April 6, 2009.
Park was found dead by his mother at 5:30 am June 30, 2010 at his home in Nonhyeon-dong, Seoul, hanging from a camcorder charger cable after committing suicide. He is said to be under pressure whilst managing his entertainment company, career and was coping with his father's cancer. He did not leave a suicide note.
- Dear Love
- I Love You So Much
- Just For Yesterday
- Park Yong Ha I Miss You Very Much
- 2004 期別 (kibyol) #7
- 2004 フィクション (Fiction) #9
- 2005 サムタイム (Sometime) #13
- 2006 Will Be There #7
- 2007 プレゼント (Present)#18
- 2008 Love #24
- 2009 Once in a Summer #14
- 2010 Stars #16
- 2003 처음 그날처럼 (Like the First Day)
- 2004 カジマセヨ (Kajimaseyo) #10
- 2005 Truth/ほほえみをあげよう (Hohoemiwoageyou) #7
- 2006 君が最高！ (Kimigasaikou) #6
- 2007 僕の頁をめくれば (Bokunopagewomekureba) #12
- 2007 永遠 (Eien) #6
- 2008 Behind love〜片思い #7
- 2008 Say Goodbye #14
- 2009 '最愛のひと (Saiai no hito) #11
- 2010 'One Love #17
- The Scam (2009)
- Although It is Hateful Again 2002 (2002)
- If It Snows on Christmas (1998)
- The Slingshot (2009)
- On Air (2008)
- Tokyo Wankei (2004)
- Loving You (2002)
- KBS Winter Sonata (2002)
- Sunflower (2000)
- 소문난 여자 Somun (2001)
- KBS Snowflakes (2001)
- More Than Love
- What A Tough Woman (1997)
- 2010: 2010 SKY Perfect TV Awards, Japan, "Grand Prix", "Korean Wave (Han-Ryu)"
- 2009: 2009 KOFICE (Korea Foundation for International Culture Exchange) Awards
- 2008: 2008 SBS Drama Awards, "Best Actor for Drama Special Section", "Top 10 Stars"
- 2008: 2008 SKY Perfect TV Awards, Japan, "Grand Prix", "Korean Wave (Han-Ryu)"
- 2008: 2008 Mnet 20's Choice Awards, "Hot Global Star"
- 2008: 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards, "Best Asian Artist"
- 2007: 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards, "Best Asian Artist"
- 2006: 20th Japan Gold Disc Awards, "Song of the Year", "Japan-Korea Friendship Year 2005 Special Award"
- 2005: 19th Japan Gold Disc Awards, "Best New Artist"
- 2004: 10th Seoul Music Awards, "Han-Ryu Artist"
- 2002: KBS Drama Awards, "Excellence Award, Actor"
- 1998: MBC Drama Awards, "Best New Actor"
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