Park Bo-young

Golden moments of Park Bo-young

Park Bo-young is a young and cheerful actress from South Korea who is born on 12th February 1990 in Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong Province. She has played lead roles in movies like “A Werewolf Boy” in 2021 and the recent one “Doom at Your Service” in 2021. She has a good grasp of acting as she made a name for herself right at a tender age. She has come of age, thanks to the craze and zeal to make it big in life.  

School Life

She had a thorough learning experience as a graduate student at Dankook University’s Department of Performing Arts. She has taken a specialization in Theater in Films.

Debut in 2006

A solid beginning is important in the career and Park got a big platform while debuting in the 2006 high school television series Secret Campus. She was nurtured well in her growing years as an actress under the able tutelage of directors. She bagged notable roles in movies namely “The King and I”, “Jungle Fish” etc.

Jungle Fish gained even greater significance considering the fact that it highlighted the plight of students who take undue pressure at the time of taking admissions in premier colleges and universities.

She was entangled in legal trouble unfortunately with the management agency which forced her out of the limelight, only to return in 2012. She went again to prove herself while doing the movie “A Werewolf Boy” and made a comeback to prove once again about her skills. 

Golden moments

Every celebrity has golden moments and so does Park too. She rose to fame by giving the biggest hit in Korean cinema by doing a comedy Scandal Makers starring opposite Cha Tae-hyun. The show gathered 8.3 million viewers. He also got the role in Tv series namely Strong Women Bong-Soon in 2017. 


She won the best new actress award along with the popularity award for the perfection she showed through her role in the movie.

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