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Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
(born February 12, 1990) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her leading roles in the hit films Scandal Makers (2008) and A Werewolf Boy
A Werewolf Boy
(2012), and the television series Oh My Ghost (2015) and Strong Woman Do Bong-soon
Strong Woman Do Bong-soon
(2017).

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 2006–2010: Debut, breakthrough and hiatus 2.2 2011–2014: Return to big screen and mainstream success 2.3 2015–present: Television comeback

3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television series 4.3 Reality and variety show

5 Other activities

5.1 Narration 5.2 Music video appearances

6 Discography

6.1 Soundtrack 6.2 As featured artist

7 Ambassadorship and charity work 8 Awards and nominations 9 Notes 10 References 11 External links

Early life[edit] Park was born in Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong Province. She is the second of three daughters. Her father served for 34 years as a soldier in the Special
Special
Forces.[3][4] She is known for her natural beauty after her childhood photos surfaced on an online community.[5] Before her official acting debut in 2006, Park appeared in a short film titled Equal in 2005 when she was in middle school. The short film won Challenging Reality Award (현실도전상) at the 7th Seoul International Youth Film Festival (SIYFF 2005).[6] Career[edit] 2006–2010: Debut, breakthrough and hiatus[edit] Park made her official acting debut in the 2006 high school television series Secret Campus alongside fellow newcomer Lee Min-ho.[7] Among the notable projects during the early stage in her career are the historical epic The King and I and Peabody Award-winning teen drama Jungle Fish
Jungle Fish
with Kim Soo-hyun, based on a true story that depicts the pressures placed on students to achieve and gain admission to prestigious colleges and universities.[8][9] Park rose to fame after starring opposite Cha Tae-hyun
Cha Tae-hyun
in comedy Scandal Makers, which drew 8.3 million viewers to become the number one top grosser of 2008 and one of Korean cinema's biggest hits.[10] Described by Variety as "excellent" in her role as a spunky teenage mom, Park's much-praised performance swept Best New Actress
Actress
awards in 2009.[11][12] She has been dubbed as "Nation's Little Sister" because of its success.[13][14] She then starred in a short film directed by Lee Hyun-seung, human rights-themed omnibus If You Were Me
If You Were Me
4 in 2009.[15][16] However, in 2010 she became involved in a series of legal disputes with her then-management agency and a film production company, causing the actress to be tied up in lawsuits and unable to work for the next few years.[17][18][19] 2011–2014: Return to big screen and mainstream success[edit]

In December 2012

After she was designated the promotional ambassador (called "PiFan Lady") for the 2011 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival,[20][21] Park finally ended her four-year absence from the limelight by headlining the 2012 horror thriller Don't Click.[22][23][24][25] Later that year, she starred alongside Song Joong-ki in fantasy romance film A Werewolf Boy,[26][27][28][29] which surpassed 7 million admissions to become one of the most successful Korean melodramas of all time.[30][31] The song her character sings in the film, "My Prince", was released as a digital single and included in the movie soundtrack.[32] In 2013, Park joined the cast of Law of the Jungle, a reality-documentary program featuring comedian Kim Byung-man
Kim Byung-man
and several celebrities as they explore and survive the New Zealand wilderness.[33] In a departure from her previous sweet, innocent characters, Park played the tough, potty-mouthed leader of her high school gang in Hot Young Bloods (2014), a teen romantic comedy set in the 1980s.[34] Park, who was born in North Chungcheong Province, said she had fun swearing in southern dialect, though she found it difficult to master, being a mixture of Jeolla and Chungcheong dialects.[35][36][37] 2015–present: Television comeback[edit] In 2015, she headlined the mystery thriller The Silenced, set in a girls' boarding school during the Japanese occupation.[38][39][40] This was followed by dual roles in romantic comedy Oh My Ghost, Park's first television series in seven years.[41][42][43] Her salary of ₩30 million (US$27,000) per episode made her the highest paid actress to appear on cable channel tvN.[44] The series was a commercial and critical hit, and garnered the Best Actress
Actress
award for Park at the 4th APAN Star Awards. She was also dubbed as the "romantic comedy queen" by the Korean press.[45]

Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
in an outdoor greeting event during the BIFF on October 3, 2015

Park next played the selfish love interest of a mutant in the black comedy Collective Invention, and an entertainment news cub reporter in the workplace comedy You Call It Passion.[46][47] In June 2016, Park was cast as the title role in JTBC's series Strong Woman Do Bong-soon, premiered in February 2017, where she played a character with superhuman strength.[48][49] The series became one of the highest rated Korean dramas in cable television history. Due to its popularity, it earned her Korea Reputation Center's highest brand value among Korean TV actors and the highest consumer participation rate in February and March 2017.[50][51] In September 2017, Park began filming the romance film Your Wedding which is set to premier in 2018.[52] She is reunited with Kim Young-kwang, whom she previously acted with in the 2014 film Hot Young Bloods.[53] Personal life[edit] Park Bo-young's ankle ligaments were torn during a workout before shooting began for TV series Strong Girl Bong-soon. In April 2017, the hospital advised her to wear a cast but she had to use ankle tape and started out with physical therapy instead, due to the ongoing filming. Two months after wrapping up the series, she underwent a minor 20-minute surgery. On September 6, her agency stated that the actress was in the final stages of rehabilitation and would start filming Your Wedding later that month.[54][55] Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.

2005 Equal Kim Da-mi Short film [56]

2008 Our School's E.T. Han Song-yi

The ESP Couple Hyun-jin

Scandal Makers Hwang Jung-nam / Hwang Jae-in

2009 If You Were Me
If You Were Me
4 Kim Hee-soo Segment: Relay [57]

2011 Rio Jewel Voice only, Korean dub [58]

2012 Don't Click Se-hee

A Werewolf Boy Sun-yi / Eun-joo

2013 Snow Queen Gerda Voice only, Korean dub [59][60]

2014 Hot Young Bloods Park Young-sook

2015 The Silenced Cha Ju-ran / Shizuko

Collective Invention Ju-jin

You Call It Passion Do Ra-hee

2018 Your Wedding Seung-hee

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network

2006 Secret Campus Cha Ah-rang EBS

2007 Witch Yoo Hee young Ma Yoo-hee SBS

Mackerel Run Shim Chung-ah

The King and I young Deposed Queen Lady Yun

2008 Jungle Fish Lee Eun-soo KBS2

Mighty Chil-woo Choi Woo-young (cameo)

Star's Lover young Lee Ma-ri (cameo) SBS

2015 Oh My Ghost Na Bong-sun tvN

2017 Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Do Bong-soon JTBC

Reality and variety show[edit]

Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
and Im Si-wan
Im Si-wan
at KCON 2016 New York

Year Title Network Notes Ref.

2006 선생님과 함께하는 5월 이야기 N/A Documentary (Gwangju Uprising) [61]

2011 7-Day Miracle MBC Documentary (Episode 26) [62]

KOICA's Dream – Peru Volunteer ( Special
Special
project) [63]

2012 KOICA's Dream – El Salvador Volunteer ( Special
Special
project) [64]

Entertainment Relay KBS Guerilla Date section [65]

Arirang Our Great Heritage MBC MC [66]

2013 Violence-Free School – Now It's Your Turn to Speak KBS Documentary [67]

Section TV MBC Rising Star section

Law of the Jungle in New Zealand SBS Cast member

Get It Beauty – Self OnStyle Bright Peach Make-up (Aired for one week) [68]

KOICA's Dream – Indonesia MBC Volunteer ( Special
Special
project) [69][70]

2015 Section TV Star-ting section [71]

Entertainment Weekly KBS Guerilla Date section [72]

2016 We Kid Mnet Mentor [73]

KCON 2016 New York Special
Special
host (with Im Si-wan)

Other activities[edit] Narration[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.

2011 KOICA's Dream – Peru MBC Episode 2 [74]

2012 Human Documentary Love

[75]

2013 Violence-Free School - Now It's Your Turn to Speak KBS Documentary [67]

Sunday Cinema Channel CGV

[76]

KOICA's Dream – Indonesia MBC

[69][70]

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Song Title Artist Music Video

2007 "Couldn't Help It" (오죽했으면)[a] Goo Jung-hyun YouTube

"Still Pretty Today" (오늘도 이쁜걸) Fly to the Sky YouTube

2008 "가슴아 제발" Yuri YouTube

"Between Love and Friendship" (사랑과 우정사이) Park Hye-kyung YouTube

2011 "Only I Didn't Know" (나만 몰랐던 이야기) IU YouTube

"Fiction" Beast YouTube

2013 [b] "That's My Fault" (슬픈 약속) (Drama ver.) Speed feat. Kang Min-kyung YouTube

"It's Over" (Drama ver.) Speed feat. Park Bo-young YouTube

"It's Over" (Dance ver.) Speed YouTube

Discography[edit] Soundtrack[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales (Music download) Album

KOR [81]

2008 "Era of Freedom" (자유시대) —

Scandal Makers
Scandal Makers
OST

2012 "My Prince" (나의 왕자님) 7

KOR: 516,043+[82]

A Werewolf Boy
A Werewolf Boy
OST

2014 "Boiling Youth" (피끓는 청춘) —

Hot Young Bloods
Hot Young Bloods
OST

2015 "Leave" (떠난다) 55

KOR: 85,683+[83]

Oh My Ghost OST

"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

As featured artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales (Music download) Album

KOR [84]

2013 "It's Over" (Speed feat. Park Bo-young) 43

KOR: 117,607+[85]

Superior Speed

Ambassadorship and charity work[edit]

Year Organization/Event Notes Ref.

2009 Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Lotto Commission Promotional Ambassador [86]

Good Downloader Star supporter [87]

2010 Seoul G20 Summit [88]

2011 15th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) Goodwill ambassador [21]

2012 Internet Newspaper "Campus Today" Honorary reporter [89]

2013 EcoMobility World Festival – Suwon City International ambassador [90]

Korea International Cooperation Agency
Korea International Cooperation Agency
(KOICA) Goodwill ambassador [91]

2014 Green Umbrella Children Foundation's Campaign "Love, One More"

[92]

CJ CGV
CJ CGV
Toto's Workshop in Vietnam Honorary ambassador [93]

Korea National Police Hospital [94]

2015 CJ CGV
CJ CGV
Toto's Film Making Class in Indonesia [95]

2015– 2016 Korea Customs Service's Integrated Travel Guide "Tour Pass" Goodwill ambassador [96]

2017 Charity event hosted by Think Nature[c]

[97]

Sandol Green Umbrella Children's Handwriting Project

[98]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2007

14th SBS Drama Awards

Best Young Actress The King and I Won [99]

2008

Cine21 Awards

New Actress
Actress
of the Year Scandal Makers Won

2009

6th Max Movie Awards

Best New Actress
Actress
of the Year Won

45th Baeksang Arts Awards

Best New Actress
Actress
(Film) Won

Most Popular Actress
Actress
(Film) Won

2nd Korea Junior Star Awards

Grand Prize (Film category) Won

3rd Mnet 20's Choice Awards

HOT Movie Star - Female Nominated

HOT Boom Up Song - Perhaps That Nominated

17th Chunsa Film Art Awards

Best New Actress Nominated

18th Buil Film Awards

Nominated

29th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards

Won

46th Grand Bell Awards

Nominated

Popularity Award Won

17th Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards

Best New Actress
Actress
in a Film Won [100]

5th University Film Festival of Korea

Best New Actress Won [101]

30th Blue Dragon Film Awards

Won [102]

32nd Golden Cinematography Awards

Won

12th Director's Cut Awards

Won [103]

4th Andre Kim Best Star Awards

Female Star Award N/A Won

2012

49th World Savings Day

Commendation from the Chairman of Finance N/A Won

49th Grand Bell Awards

Popularity Award Don't Click Nominated

4th Pierson Movie Festival

Best Actress A Werewolf Boy Won [104]

2013

7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards

20's Movie Star - Female Won [105]

50th Grand Bell Awards

Popularity Award Nominated

11th Korea Jewelry Awards

Best Jewelry Lady N/A Won [106]

2014

16th Seoul International Youth Film Festival

Best Young Actress Hot Young Bloods Nominated [107]

51st Grand Bell Awards

Popularity Award Nominated

22nd Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards

Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Film Won

2015

15th Korea World Youth Film Festival

Most Favorite Actress The Silenced Won

52nd Grand Bell Awards

Popularity Award Nominated

36th Blue Dragon Film Awards

Popular Star Award Won [108]

4th APAN Star Awards

Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Miniseries Oh My Ghost Won [109]

1st Fashionista Awards

Best Fashionista – TV Category Nominated [110]

2016 4th Annual DramaFever Awards Best Actress Won [111][112]

Best Kiss with Jo Jung-suk Nominated

Best Couple with Jo Jung-suk Nominated

Best Womance with Kim Seul-gie Nominated

1st tvN10 Awards

Best Chemistry with Kim Seul-gie Won [113]

Best Kiss Award with Jo Jung-suk Nominated

Romantic Comedy Queen Nominated

InStyle Star Icon

Best Actress
Actress
(Film) N/A Won [114]

8th Style Icon Asia

Style Icon N/A Nominated

5th KOPA[d] & Nikon
Nikon
Press Photo Awards

Most Photogenic Actress N/A Won [115]

2017

V Live Awards

Special
Special
V Live – V Live Special
Special
Thanks N/A Won [116]

53rd Baeksang Arts Awards

Best Actress
Actress
(TV) Strong Girl Bong-soon Nominated [117]

12th Seoul International Drama Awards

Best Actress Nominated [118]

Outstanding Korean Actress Won [119]

1st The Seoul Awards

Best Actress
Actress
– Drama Won [120]

KAA[e] Awards

Best Model Award N/A Won [121]

8th Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards

Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Commendation N/A Won [122]

Notes[edit]

^ The 30 minute music video in two parts for "Couldn't Help It" called Goodbye Sadness was released in June 2007 starring Jung Il-woo, Baek Sung-hyun, Ahn Gil-kang and Kim Hyun-sung, with a cameo appearance of Park Bo-young. Two shorter versions of the music video were later released.[77] ^ The music videos for "That's My Fault" and "It's Over" (Drama Ver.) were based on the 5.18 Kwangju democratic movements that starred Park Bo-young, Ji Chang-wook, Ha Seok-jin
Ha Seok-jin
and Son Na-eun
Son Na-eun
of Apink.[78][79][80] ^ Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
held an autograph session on April 15, 2017 in Seoul to support an orphanage in Cambodia. It was be hosted by Think Nature, a cosmetic brand that Park endorses. All proceeds from the event were donated to support children in Cambodia. ^ Korea Online Press Photographers Association ^ Korea Advertisers Association

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^ Cumulative Sales for "My Prince":

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^ "2015년 08월 Download Chart (see #88)". Gaon Music Chart (in Korean). Retrieved June 16, 2016.  ^ Gaon Weekly Digital Chart

"It's Over". January 26, 2013. 

^ Cumulative Sales for "It's Over":

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Blue Dragon Film Award for Best New Actress

Moon Hee
Moon Hee
(1965) Nam Jeong-im (1966) Kim Chang-sook (1970) Kim Cheong-ja and Oh Yu-gyeong (1971) Na Ha-yeong (1972) Woo Yeon-jeong (1973) Choi Jin-sil
Choi Jin-sil
(1990) Kim Geum-yong (1991) Oh Yeon-soo
Oh Yeon-soo
(1992) Oh Jeong-hae (1993) Jung Sun-kyung (1994) Lee Ji-eun (1995) Lee Jung-hyun
Lee Jung-hyun
and Lee Hye-eun (1996) Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon
(1997) Kim Yeo-jin
Kim Yeo-jin
(1998) Lee Jae-eun (1999) Bae Doona
Bae Doona
(2000) Lee Yo-won
Lee Yo-won
(2001) Moon So-ri
Moon So-ri
(2002) Im Soo-jung
Im Soo-jung
(2003) Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2004) Kim Ji-soo (2005) Go Ah-sung
Go Ah-sung
(2006) Jung Ryeo-won
Jung Ryeo-won
(2007) Han Ye-seul
Han Ye-seul
(2008) Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
and Kim Kkot-bi
Kim Kkot-bi
(2009) Lee Min-jung
Lee Min-jung
(2010) Moon Chae-won
Moon Chae-won
(2011) Kim Go-eun
Kim Go-eun
(2012) Park Ji-soo (2013) Kim Sae-ron
Kim Sae-ron
(2014) Lee Yoo-young
Lee Yoo-young
(2015) Kim Tae-ri
Kim Tae-ri
(2016) Choi Hee-seo (2017)

Baeksang Arts Award for Best New Actress
Actress
– Film

1960s

- (1965) - (1966) Moon Hee
Moon Hee
and Nam Jeong-im (1967) Yoon Jeong-hee (1968) Jeon Yang-ja (1969)

1970s

kim Ji-soo (1970) Kim Yun-jeong (1971) Na O-mi (1972) Park Ji-yeong and Choi Chong-min (1973) Jin Do-hee and Myeong Hui (1974) Mun Suk and Yang Jeong-hwa (1975) Kim Hyeong-ja (1976) Myeong Hyeon-suk and Yu Mi-na (1977) Jung Hee (1978) Lee In-ok (1979)

1980s

Won Mi-kyung (1980) Kim Min-hee and Lee Mi-sook
Lee Mi-sook
(1981) Ahn So-young and Na Young-hee (1982) Park Seon-hui (1983) Lee Bo-hee
Lee Bo-hee
(1984) Cho Yong-won (1985) Lee Hye-young (1986) Kim Hye-soo
Kim Hye-soo
(1987) Ha Hee-ra and Shin Hye-soo (1988) Jin Yeong-mi (1989)

1990s

Lee Mi-yeon (1990) Kim Sung-ryung and Ji Gyeong-won (1991) Lee Ah-ro (1992) Oh Yeon-soo
Oh Yeon-soo
(1993) Ji Su-won and Ryu Keum-sin (1994) Jung Sun-kyung (1995) Kim Sun-jae (1996) Lee Eun-jung (1997) Choi Ji-woo
Choi Ji-woo
(1998) Jun Ji-hyun
Jun Ji-hyun
(1999)

2000s

Kim Gyu-ri, Park Ye-jin
Park Ye-jin
and Lee Young-jin (2000) Suh Jung
Suh Jung
(2001) Lee Yo-won
Lee Yo-won
(2002) Son Ye-jin
Son Ye-jin
(2003) Yoon Jin-seo
Yoon Jin-seo
(2004) Soo Ae
Soo Ae
(2005) Jung Yu-mi (2006) Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
(2007) Han Ye-seul
Han Ye-seul
(2008) Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
(2009)

2010s

Jo An (2010) Shin Hyun-bin
Shin Hyun-bin
(2011) Bae Suzy
Bae Suzy
(2012) Han Ye-ri
Han Ye-ri
(2013) Kim Hyang-gi
Kim Hyang-gi
(2014) Chun Woo-hee
Chun Woo-hee
(2015) Park So-dam
Park So-dam
(2016) Lee Sang-hee (2017)

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