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Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
(born Park Mi-seon on March 29, 1979) is a South Korean actress. She joined the Miss Korea
Miss Korea
pageant in 2000, and using that as a springboard to an acting career, she made her acting debut in China in 2004, appearing in minor roles in several CCTV dramas. In 2005 Park was cast in her first starring role in the Korean drama
Korean drama
My Girl, though at the time she was more known for dating actor-singer Eric Mun. As she built her filmography in the following years, Park overcame early criticism of her acting skills and eventually gained respect as an actress in TV series such as La Dolce Vita, Coffee House and The Innocent Man, as well as the films The Fox Family, A Love, and The Scent.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Television 4.2 Film 4.3 Variety show 4.4 Music video

5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Early life[edit] Park Mi-seon was born in Busan, South Korea. As a child, Park displayed a talent for singing, saying, "When I was young, I used to be so shy that I cried when I was told to sing in front of my dad on the Lunar New Year. My mom ended up sending me to a singing academy, hoping it would help me get over my shyness, but the strange thing is that I couldn't sing in front of my mom but I wasn't nervous at all on stage." In 1990, the fifth grader won the top prize in a children's music contest on KBS.[1] Park began attending college in the United States
United States
in 1998, majoring in journalism at Long Island University. In 2000, she took a leave of absence from school and entered in the regional Miss Seoul
Seoul
beauty pageant, placing third, followed by the Miss Korea
Miss Korea
pageant.[2][3] Career[edit] Though her parents initially opposed her pursuing acting, Park took profile pictures of herself and went to various talent agencies. Her profile photos were eventually handed over to a Chinese agency, and several auditions later, this led to Park making her acting debut in China. Using the stage name Park Si-yeon, she appeared in small roles in three CCTV dramas, and also landed an advertising contract with cosmetics company Enprani. In 2005, Park made her acting debut in her native country of South Korea with the SBS TV drama My Girl, for which she received unanimously bad reviews.[3] But Park continued to work, appearing in more dramas and making her film debut in the 2006 quirky comedy-horror-musical The Fox Family; gradually her acting showed marked improvement. At first constantly struggling to memorize her lines, Park has admitted that she became more relaxed in her approach to acting, and is able to "feel" her characters better.[4] She became known for playing women who drove men to their destruction and misfortune: In the gangster film A Love, the lover of Park's character goes to prison after defending her,[5] in the MBC drama La Dolce Vita, she was a gold-digging mistress with a lonely soul,[6] in spy film parody Dachimawa Lee, she was a sexy agent, and in the KBS drama The Slingshot, she sacrifices herself and becomes the enemy's possession in exchange for her boyfriend's freedom. Park smilingly said, "I personally don't like femme fatales. Men should be happy because of women, not unhappy."[1] For the revival of Drama Special, Park played a bookstore employee who falls in love with a married man in Red Candy. Despite the difficulty of taking part in a one-act drama, Park took it on with her devoted trust in screenwriter Noh Hee-kyung, of whom she is a big fan. "I felt that I had to be in whatever she writes."[1][7][8] In 2009, she joined the variety/reality show Family Outing, which features comedians and entertainers dealing with various aspects of rural life. But Park had to leave after six months due to a recurring injury she sustained while filming a previous project.[9] The series Coffee House was a welcome change for her; after having mainly taken on serious or dark characters, Park said she had been "dying to be in a romantic comedy."[10][11] Describing Park as "extremely kind," director Pyo Min-soo said he incorporated her real-life personality in writing her character: a bright, cheerful, and caring career woman who at the same time is hardworking, frank and confident. Park said, "Honestly, this is the first time working has been this fun."[12][13][14] In 2010, U.S.-based Korean fashion company Moeim Style announced that Park would be the creative director for U.S. fashion brand TOUCH. As creative director, she oversaw the entire planning process, from design to distribution to production, of the brand's celebrity fashion line. The "celeb line" that she handled included the brands Tulle, Line & Dot, 213 and MK2K.[15] For Christmas 2011, eight actors and actresses from Park's agency Didim531 (then known as Eyagi Entertainment) - including herself, Park Si-hoo, Jo Yeo-jeong
Jo Yeo-jeong
and Nam Gyu-ri
Nam Gyu-ri
- recorded a song with no help from professional singers. The track, titled "Winter Story," is a cheerful tune based on the emotions that arise before a love confession, which is made against a winter backdrop. The song was released for sale online on December 5, 2011, and all profits from the song's sales went to charity.[16] Park made her comeback to the big screen after a two-year hiatus (her last film had been Marine Boy[17]) in 2012's The Scent. She played a seductive woman who is the sole witness to the deaths of her husband and his mistress, whom the detective suspects is the killer yet is drawn to her mystique. Mesmerized while reading the script for the movie, Park said, "I am really excited that I get to play a character that is cool on the outside but is hurt and sad on the inside."[18][19][20][21] She then starred in the melodrama The Innocent Man, playing a woman who betrays her lover to serve her own ambition and puts him on the path to destructive revenge.[22][23][24] Critics have credited Park's mature performance, saying she mastered the character's complicated nature in a way that heightened the tension of the story, and was not overshadowed by leading actors Song Joong-ki
Song Joong-ki
and Moon Chae-won.[25] After giving birth and being indicted for propofol use in 2013, Park returned to television with the 2014 cable drama The Greatest Marriage, in which her character struggles to balance single motherhood and a successful career as an anchorwoman.[26][27][28] In 2015, she made her Hollywood debut in Last Knights, an action film set in medieval times about a band of warriors who seek revenge on a corrupt emperor. She starred alongside Clive Owen, Morgan Freeman, and Korean veteran actor Ahn Sung-ki. With Japanese director Kazuaki Kiriya at the helm, filming took place in the Czech Republic.[29][30][31][32] Personal life[edit] Park first became known to the Korean public not through her acting roles, but as the girlfriend of popular singer-actor Eric Mun
Eric Mun
(from K-pop
K-pop
boy band Shinhwa), whom she began dating in 2004.[33] Her relationship with Mun overshadowed her acting career during her early years, with the public commonly identifying her as "Eric's girlfriend".[3] In an interview with The Korea Herald, Park said it took about 10 different roles before the tag of "Eric's girlfriend" vanished from the public's perception of her, adding that the only positive of the tag was that she loved him. The couple broke up in 2007.[34] In an August 2010 interview with Cosmopolitan, Park said, "These days the thing I most think about is, ‘Have I lived well?’ I’m happy when I film dramas or movies, but in this kind of life you should turn back and take stock of your life at least once, and I think that time has come. I want to love. I want to marry soon and live boisterously."[35] On November 19, 2011 at the Seoul
Seoul
Hyatt Hotel, Park married Park Sang-hun, an office worker at a small company.[36][37][38][39][40] She gave birth to their first child, a daughter, on September 24, 2013.[41][42][43][44] Their second child, also a daughter, was born on November 14, 2015.[45][46] [47] In early 2013, Park was among the celebrities investigated then indicted for illegal use of propofol; Park's agency denied the allegations, saying she took the drug for medical reasons after she injured her back doing action scenes for the films Marine Boy and Dachimawa Lee.[48][49][50][51][52][53] During the trial, her doctor testified that she had been taking the drug to treat avascular necrosis at the head of her femur.[54][55] In October 2013, the Seoul
Seoul
Central District Court found Park guilty of taking propofol 400-500 times over four-and-a-half years (or 8.2 times a month), and she was sentenced to eight months in prison, suspended for two years.[56][57][58] Filmography[edit] Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network

2004 凤求凰 Feng Qiu Huang

CCTV

2005 汗血宝马 Han Xue Bao Ma Gui Shou CCTV

宝莲灯 Lotus Lantern San Sheng Mu CCTV

My Girl Kim Se-hyun SBS

2006 Please Come Back, Soon-ae flight attendant on last airplane SBS

Yeon Gaesomun Cheon Gwan-nyeo SBS

Hyena Soo-mi tvN

2007 When Spring Comes Oh Yeong-joo KBS2

2008 On Air Herself (cameo, episode 3) SBS

La Dolce Vita Hong Da-ae MBC

2009 The Slingshot Seo Kyung-ah KBS2

2010 Drama Special
Special
"Red Candy" Yoo-hee KBS2

Coffee House Seo Eun-young SBS

2011 The Greatest Love Kim Hee-jin (cameo, episodes 3-4) MBC

2012 The Innocent Man Han Jae-hee KBS2

2014 The Greatest Marriage Cha Gi-young TV Chosun

2016 Fantastic Baek Sul JTBC

2018 Should We Kiss First Baek Ji-min SBS

Film[edit]

Year Title Role

2006 The Fox Family Fox daughter #1

2007 Zigzag Love Ra-young

A Love Mi-ju

2008 Dachimawa Lee Ma-ri

Marine Boy Choi Yu-ri

2012 The Scent Kim Soo-jin

2015 Last Knights Hannah

Variety show[edit]

Family Outing
Family Outing
(SBS, 2009) Guesthouse Daughters (KBS, 2017)

Music video[edit]

Year Song title Artist

2005 "Habit" Woo Soo

2006 "Untouchable" [Part 1] Big 4 (SG Wannabe, Kim Jong-kook, M to M)

"Gone With the Wind" [Part 2]

2007 "My Heart Cannot Go On Like This Any Longer" MC the Max

2009 "After Love" Park Hyo-shin

2011 "Amazed" K.Will
K.Will
feat. Supreme Team's Simon D and SiSTAR's Hyorin

"Rainy Season" Jung-in

"No More Perfume on You" Teen Top

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result

2000 Miss Seoul
Seoul
Pageant N/A N/A 3rd place

2006 27th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actress The Fox Family Nominated

2006 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award My Girl Won

2007 43rd Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress
Actress
(Film) The Fox Family Won

Best New Actress
Actress
(TV) When Spring Comes Nominated

28th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress A Love Nominated

27th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best New Actress Won

2008 29th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Dachimawa Lee Nominated

2009 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Mid-length Drama The Slingshot Nominated

2010 2010 SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Special
Special
Planning Drama Coffee House Nominated

KBS Drama Awards Best Actress
Actress
in a One-Act Drama/Special Red Candy Nominated

2012 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actress
Actress
in a Mid-length Drama The Innocent Man Nominated

References[edit]

^ a b c Choi, Ji-eun (2010-08-05). " Actress
Actress
Park Si-yeon's Song Picks". 10Asia.  ^ "2000 Miss Korea
Miss Korea
profile - Park Mi-seon". Hankook Ilbo
Hankook Ilbo
(in Korean). Archived from the original on 2013-12-16. Retrieved 2013-06-03.  ^ a b c Shin, Hae-in (2005-12-13). ""Eric's girl" Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
makes a leap to acting". The Korea Herald.  ^ "Star Focus: Park Si-yeon". Arirang. 2008-07-16.  ^ Lee, Hoo-nam (2007-07-19). "Gangsters in love and actors who diet create a comeback". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on 2013-06-06.  ^ "K-DRAMA REVIEWS: 달콤한 인생 (La Dolce Vita)". Twitch Film. 2008-07-23. Archived from the original on 2011-03-08.  ^ Choi, Ji-eun (2010-05-17). "PREVIEW: KBS' Drama Special
Special
Lollipops". 10Asia.  ^ Jin, Young-ju (2010-05-19). "Rebirth of One-Act Play with KBS Drama Special
Special
Red Candy". KBS Global.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
to Quit Family Outing". The Korea Times. 2009-11-27.  ^ Hong, Lucia (2010-05-11). "Kang Ji-hwan wants "to break Mon-Tues TV ratings record"". 10Asia.  ^ Wee, Geun-woo (2010-06-01). "Kang Ji-hwan says Coffee House is adventure". 10Asia.  ^ Kim, Lynn (2010-05-11). "Pyo says Coffee House is "in between sitcom and drama"". 10Asia.  ^ Han, Sang-hee (2010-05-16). "New drama to bring more than coffee". The Korea Times.  ^ 행복을 전하는 커피하우스의 박시연, 표민수 [Elle's Interview with Coffee House team] (in Korean). Elle Korea. 2010-06-03.  ^ Kim, Lynn (2010-08-06). " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
turns creative director for U.S. fashion brand". 10Asia.  ^ Sunwoo, Carla (2011-12-05). "Actors team up to make song that will help the needy". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ "Marine Boy hooked on diving for drugs". Korea JoongAng Daily. 2009-01-28.  ^ Hong, Lucia (2011-07-28). " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
to make comeback to big screen". 10Asia.  ^ Suk, Monica (2012-02-23). "Park Si-yeon, Park Hee-soon's film to premiere in April". 10Asia.  ^ "Man Waiting for Adultery Park Siyeon mentioned about the bed scene". StarN News. 2012-04-04.  ^ Elley, Derek (2012-08-24). "The Scent". Film Business Asia.  ^ Hong, Lucia (2012-06-07). " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
signs up to play Song Joong-ki's lover in upcoming TV series". 10Asia.  ^ Lee, Tae-ho (2012-08-07). "Song Joong-ki, Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
reveals sneak peak of Good Man". 10Asia.  ^ Hong, Grace Danbi (2012-08-14). "Park Si Yeon Transforms into a Cold and Serious Reporter". enewsWorld.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
Exudes Charm as Femme Fatale on TV Soap". The Chosun Ilbo. 2012-10-18.  ^ Lee, Sun-min (2014-07-08). " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
to star in new TV drama". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
to Return to TV After Giving Birth". The Chosun Ilbo. 2014-08-16.  ^ "Stars Wrestle with Tough Parental Choices in New Soap". The Chosun Ilbo. 2014-09-27.  ^ Lee, Hye-ji (2012-11-19). "Park Si-yeon, Ahn Seong-gi to Work with Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman
in Korea-funded Hollywood Pic". 10Asia.  ^ "Ahn Sung-ki, Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
Join Korea-Hollywood Joint Project". The Chosun Ilbo. 2012-11-19.  ^ Sunwoo, Carla (2012-11-20). " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
heading to Hollywood". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
Excited to Work with Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman
on The Last Knights". The Chosun Ilbo. 2012-12-01.  ^ "Eric Moon Confesses His Feelings for Park Shi-yeon". KBS Global. 2005-05-16.  ^ "Star Couple Eric – Park Si-Yeon Broke Up a Month Ago". Korea Tourism Organization. 2007-05-02.  ^ 박시연 "결혼해서 시끌벅적하게 살고 싶다" [Park Shi-yeon also in Cosmopolitan magazine] (in Korean). BNT News. 2010-07-19.  ^ Kim, Jessica (2011-09-27). " Park Si-yeon
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to marry in November". 10Asia.  ^ Cho, Jae-eun (2011-09-28). " Park Si-yeon
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to tie knot in November". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Actress
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Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
to Wed Stock Broker". The Chosun Ilbo. 2011-09-28.  ^ "Two Parks tie the knot". Korea JoongAng Daily. 2011-11-21.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
Park Si-yeon
Says Her Vows at Weekend". The Chosun Ilbo. 2011-11-21.  ^ Kim, Ji-yi (2013-06-03). "Park Si Yeon in 6th month of her pregnancy". StarN News.  ^ Lee, Hye-ji (2013-09-24). " Park Si-yeon
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Gives Birth to Daughter". 10Asia. Archived from the original on 2013-09-26.  ^ " Actress
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Happy to Focus on Being a Mom". The Chosun Ilbo. 2013-09-25.  ^ Lee, Sun-min (2013-09-25). "Baby girl for Park Si-yeon". Korea JoongAng Daily.  ^ " Park Si-yeon
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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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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 103667044 ISNI: 0000 0000 7425 8494 BNF:

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