Let’s Take a Look at Park Shin-hye’s Transformations Throughout The Years!
Park Shin-hye is one of the most popular Korean actresses who’s famous because of her acting skills and her beauty. But did you know that she had already made an appearance as a child actress in Stairway to Heaven back in 2003? Are you curious of how much she changed since her appearance in Stairway to Heaven until her latest appearance in Memories of Alhambra? Today, Channel-Korea will give you a rundown of everything about Park Shin-hye’s transformations throughout the years from her appearance in Stairway to Heaven to Memories of Alhambra. So, stay tuned!
Park Shin-hye in Stairway to Heaven
Park Shin-hye became widely known by the public when she made an appearance in Stairway to Heaven in 2003. When she appeared in this drama, she was still only 13 years old and we can see how cute she was when she played the role of young Han Jung-suh, the female main character in Stairway to Heaven.
Park Shin-hye in You’re Beautiful
After six years, we can definitely sense the change in Park Shin-hye’s appearance. She doesn’t look as childish as she did in Stairway to Heaven, but she definitely still looks young and more beautiful. When she appeared in You’re Beautiful, she cut her hair as she had to play the role of a woman who has to disguise herself as a man. Even though she had to cut her hair very short, she still looked pretty with the hairstyle and it suited her so much!
Park Shin-hye in Heartstrings
In the drama Heartstrings, which aired back in 2011, we can see that Park Shin-hye grew much prettier than before and we can see how mature she has become. When she appeared as Lee Gyu-won, she also had short hair, but not as short as the one she had in You’re Beautiful. With a permed hair, she had a bob hairstyle and dyed her hair in a light brown color, giving her a fresh look and making her look stylish.
Park Shin-hye in Flower Boy Next Door
Meanwhile, in the drama Flower Boy Next Door that was aired in 2013, Park Shin-hye had her hair grown longer. She still maintained her permed hair, but this time she dyed it into a darker color than before. In the drama, we can also see that sometimes she tied her hair into a ponytail. Additionally, we can also see that she gives off a more mature vibe in this drama than the previous one.
Park Shin-hye in The Heirs
Still in the same year, Park Shin-hye showed a different side to herself when she appeared in The Heirs as Cha Eun-sang. In contrast to her appearance in Flower Boy Next Door, she has straight hair and dyed it to a dark brown color.
Park Shin-hye in Pinocchio
Moving to her appearance in Pinocchio back in 2014, we can see that she grew into a beautiful woman with an elegant vibe. In this drama, we can see that she still has long hair but she permed it so here she has curly hair. She also dyed her hair to a lighter brown color than the one she had back when she appeared in The Heirs.
Park Shin-hye in Doctors
Playing the role of a doctor, there are no words to describe Park Shin-hye but stunning and gorgeous. The white doctor coat suits her so much and makes her look charismatic. Not only that, but she also added another change to her hairstyle, which is the addition of bangs! Don’t you think that she looks pretty with bangs?
While she had a little perm for the adult version of her character in Doctors, the younger version of her character has straight hair and also, bangs. Even though she was already in her late twenties when she appeared in this drama, she still looked beautiful wearing a school uniform and makes you wonder in disbelief of her true age!
Park Shin-hye in Memories of the Alhambra
In her latest drama, Memories of Alhambra, we can see more of her mature side. With simple and soft-colored clothes, she just looks so breathtaking and she shows more of her elegance to the viewers. She also looks stunning with her long and wavy brown hair in the drama.
In the drama, we can sometimes see her with a simple loose hair, and sometimes, she has her hair tied into a ponytail, and she pulls off both the looks incredibly. Which one of her appearances do you like best? Is it the one where she has let her hair loose, or is it the one where she has tied her hair into a ponytail?
So, what do you think of Park Shin-hye’s transformations throughout the years? In which era do you like Park Shin-hye the most? Don’t forget to share your thoughts on Park Shin-hye’s transformation from Stairway to Heaven to Memories of the Alhambra in the comment section below!