Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young
Park Bo-young (박보영) is a South Korean actress. Born on February 12, 1990, she first debuted with a supporting role in the television series Secret Campus (2006) and continued playing minor roles in television until her breakout role as a teenaged single mother reconnecting with her celebrity father in the comedy Scandal Makers (2008). In 2010, she took a short hiatus after being involved in legal disputes with her then-management agency and a film production company. The fantasy romance A Werewolf Boy (2012) marked Park's return to the spotlight, becoming one of the most successful Korean melodramas of all time. In 2015, she made her comeback to television, with dual roles in supernatural romance Oh My Ghost, making Park one of the highest paid actresses on television. Other notable works include one of the highest-rated Korean cable dramas of all time, Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017), and romantic film On Your Wedding Day (2018), which became the most watched romance film in South Korea the year it was released. In 2023, Park starred in the disaster thriller Concrete Utopia, South Korea's official international feature submission for the 96th Academy Awards, and the Netflix Original series Daily Dose of Sunshine.
Known For Acting
Most Rating 31.572
Birthday 1990-02-12
Place of Birth Jeungpyeong, North Chungcheong, South Korea
Also Known As 박보영, Park Bo Young, Park Bo-yeong, Park Boyoung, Park Boyeong, Bo-young Park, Bo-yeong Park, 朴寶英, 朴宝英, パク・ボヨン,
Don't Click
2012

Don't Click

Hot Young Bloods
2014

Hot Young Bloods

The Silenced
2015

The Silenced

You Call It Passion
2015

You Call It Passion

On Your Wedding Day
2018

On Your Wedding Day

Scandal Makers
2008

Scandal Makers

Our School's E.T.
2008

Our School's E.T.

Collective Invention
2015

Collective Invention

A Werewolf Boy
2012

A Werewolf Boy

The ESP Couple
2008

The ESP Couple

Jungle Fish
2008

Jungle Fish

Concrete Utopia
2023

Concrete Utopia

If You Were Me 4
2009

If You Were Me 4