Park Bo-young vs Bo Shijiu

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South Korean Actress
Net worth 2018
$1.4 Billion
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Logistics
Jeungpyeong County, South Korea
Residence
Beijing, China
South Korean
Country
China
12/02/1990
BirthDay
1.58 m
Height
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2017

According to her agency she would start shooting for her upcoming film ‘Your Wedding’ from October 2017

2015

It aired for 16 episodes on tvN from July 3, 2015 to August 22, 2015

2014

South Korean teen romantic comedy film ‘Hot Young Bloods’ that released on January 23, 2014 saw her playing the starring role of Young-sook, a tough and foul mouthed leader of a female high school gang, way different from the sweet and bubbly characters she portrayed earlier

2013

She remained a cast member of the South Korean reality-documentary show on SBS ‘Law of the Jungle’ in its episode ‘Law of the Jungle in New Zealand’ that aired from March 8, 2013 – May 10, 2013

2012

She won the Best Actress award from 4th Pierson Movie Festival in 2012 and 20's Movie Star – Female from 7th Mnet 20's Choice Awards in 2013

2011

In 2011, she became the promotional ambassador of ‘Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival’

2010

Her thriving career in the world of entertainment took a back foot in 2010 when she got tied up with a number of disputes resulting in law suits with her the then management agency and a film production house

2009

Her next project was the Lee Hyun-seung directed short film If You Were Me 4 (2009), a live-action sequel of the 2003 South Korean omnibus film ‘If You Were Me’

2008

Some of them were ‘Gag Concert’ (2008), 2 Days & 1 Night Season 3 (2014) and ‘Let's Eat Dinner Together’ (2017)

2007

She then went on to feature in three SBS series in 2007 namely ‘Witch Yoo Hee’, ‘Mackerel Run’ and ‘The King and I’

2006

Her official debut in acting happened in 2006 when she played Cha Ah-rang in ‘Secret Campus’, a high school TV series that aired on the EBS network

2005

She stepped into the world of acting while in middle school featuring as Kim Da-mi in a 2005 short film ‘Equal’

1990

Park Bo-young was born on February 12, 1990, in Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea as the second daughter of her parents among three