South Korean Popular Actress Park Bo-Young
Park Bo-Young is a South Korean actress. She is known for her hits movie Speedy Scandal and A Werewolf Boy, as well as the television series Oh My Ghostess (2015) and Strong Woman Do Bong-soon (2017).
Park Bo-Young was born on February 12th, 1990 in Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea. She is the second child of three daughters. Her father served as 34 years as a soldier in the Special Forces. Park Bo-Young is known for her natural beauty without plastic surgery after her childhood photos were spread in the online community.
Park Bo-Young’s Profile
|Name||Park Bo-Young ( 박보영 )|
|Born||February 12, 1990, Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea|
|Education||Dankook University – Theater and Film|
|Years Active||2006 – Present|
|Agent||Fides Spatium (formerly The Company Entertainment|
Park Bo-Young’s Career
Before her acting debut in 2006, Park Bo-Young appeared in a short film entitled “Equal” in 2005 when she was in middle school. This short film won the Challenging Reality Award at the 7th Seoul International Youth Film Festival. After that, Park Bo-Young made her official acting debut in a television series entitled “Secret Campus” with a fellow newcomer at the time, Lee Min-Ho.
Among other drama projects early in her career, Park Bo-Young received critical acclaim through her acting in an epic historical drama entitled “The King and I and Peabody” with Kim Soo-Hyun. Her name began to become widely known after starring in a comedy genre movie “Speedy Scandal” with Cha Tae-Hyun, which managed to attract 8.3 million viewers and became one of the biggest hits in South Korean cinema.
Thanks to the film, Park Bo-Young received an award as “Nation’s Little Sister” because of the success of the film. She also swept the award as Best New Actress in 2009. After that, she was starred in a short film directed by Lee Hyun-seung, an omnibus with a human rights theme “If You Were Me 4” in 2009.
But unfortunately, in 2010, Park Bo-Young was involved in a series of legal disputes with her agency and a film production company, which made her accept lawsuits and could not work for 4 years. In 2015, Park Bo-Young made a comeback and starred in the drama “Oh My Ghost” with a handsome actor named Jo Jong-suk. After returning to the screen, this tiny figure increasingly existed and shifted the dominance of the Hallyu goddesses who were more senior than her.
With an income of 30 million Won, she received a role in a TvN drama “Oh My Ghost”. Park Bo-Young became the most expensive actress ever to appear on the cable television channel. Moreover, her latest drama, “Strong Woman Do Bong-soon” also carved her own record for successfully breaking the highest rating record of all time from the JTBC network.
Park Bo-Young’s Plastic Surgery Rumor
For 12 years, Park Bo-Young remained in the entertainment world since her debut in 2004. As more days passed, her name became more widely known in Korea. Even in Indonesia alone, this 26-year-old woman already has a high amount of fans.
Along with her career, the SPEEDY SCANDAL film player experienced many changes. Including the appearance of the more beautiful flawless like an angel from Korea.
As a result of these changes, many netzines finally accused her of plastic surgery to look more beautiful. The rumors spread widely when netizens compared the changes in the photo of her first debut in 2004 with a recent photo.
Park Bo-Young Opens Up About Plastic Surgery Rumors
Park Bo-Young held a short interview for the KBS “Entertainment Weekly” program which aired on April 23, 2016.
When filming for an advertisement video, she did an interview. The interviewer asked about her appearance during her debut in 2004. She noted that “because of the video from there, many people thought [she] was doing plastic surgery”.
Park Bo-Young denied she had plastic surgery by saying, “Because of my old photos, finally many say that I’m undergoing a plastic surgery. I got less countrified, and got professional makeup. Also, I got prettier as I came on broadcast more and more.” Park Bo-Young said.