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- Name: Park Shin-Hye
- Hangul: 박신혜
- Chinese Name: Pu Xin Hui / 朴信惠
- Birthdate: February 18, 1990
- Birthplace: Gwangju, Jeollanam-do, South Korea
- Education: Youngpa Girls High School / Chung-Ang University
- Height: 168cm.
- Blood Type: A
- Twitter: @ssinz
Park Shin-Hye was born on Feburary 18th, 1990 in Gwangju, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. Her family consists of her parents and one older brother. When Park Shin-Hye was in 6th grade at Hak-Kang Elementary School in Gwangju, she was advised to audition for pop singer Lee Seung-Hwan's music company "Dream Factory" by her English teacher at a private institute. Consequently, Park Shin-Hye went to Seoul and auditioned for Dream Factory. Through her relationship with Dream Factory, Park Shin-Hye began training as an actress, singer, and playing the guitar & keyboard. Her family also relocated to Seoul in 2001.
In 2003 Park Shin-Hye debuted as the main female character in the music video "Ggot" (Flower) by singer Lee Seung-Hwan. In the same year she also successfully auditioned for a role in the SBS drama series "Stairway to Heaven". Park Shin-Hye was picked among 250 contestants. Park Shin-Hye played the role of main character Han Jung-Seo as a child (Choi Ji-Woo played the adult Han Jung-Seo). "Stairway to Heaven" was highly successful and regularly received ratings in excess of 40%. Park Shin-Hye's entrance to the entertainment industry was now opened.
Meanwhile, in her personal life, Park Shin-Hye was pretty much a normal student during this time, frequently text messaging with friends and having picked up the nickname "Park Pig," because of her fondness for food.
It wasn't until 2009, when Park Shin-Hye was cast for the female lead in the hit SBS drama series "He's Beautiful!," that Park Shin-Hye found herself in another hit title. According to Hong Sung-Chang, the director of "He's Beautiful!," Park Shin-Hye and her male counterpart Jang Geun-Suk were cast for the lead roles due to their bright characters and the way they both excelled at dancing & singing. Although TV ratings for "He's Beautiful!" were only in the low teens (as it aired opposite KBS2 mega-hit "IRIS") the show was a hit on the internet and among teens & young adults. The series was the most searched for title from SBS on Korean portals in 2009 and the four main actors were always in the top ten name searches for 2009. Park Shin-Hye has stated in interviews that her character in "He's Beautiful!" reflected her real life personality by about 80%.
In 2010, Park Shin-Hye took on a supporting role in the romantic-comedy "Cyrano Agency". In interviews she did to promote "Cyrano Agency," Park Shin-Hye stated that with her young age and inexperience in feature films, she didn't feel the need to land a starring role. Park Shin-Hye also stated that peers she admires is actor Park Hie-Sun & actress Ko Du-Shim.
- Actress Park Shin-Hye will hold a 23rd birthday party & fan meeting on February 18, 2012 at Ilji Art Hall in Cheongdam, Seoul. At the fan meeting she will meet members of her official fan club "Starlight Angel" (별빛천사). The following day, February 24, 2012, Park Shin-Hye will have a fan meeting at Zepp Tokyo Music Hall in Odaiba, Tokyo. The meeting is titled "City of Angel" and is produce by her Japanese agency IMX.
- On May 11th, 2012, Cable TV channel Olive will feature Park Shin-Hye on its program "It City". The program will feature Park Shin-Hye's trip to Hong Kong.
- Park Shin-Hye appeared as a morning angel on popular variety show “1 Night 2 Days”. The episode which she appeared in first aired March 2, 2014.
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- The Royal Tailor | Sanguiwon (2014) - Queen
- Miracle in Cell No.7 | 7beonbangui Seonmool (2013) - Ye-Seung (Yong-Goo's daughter)
- Green Days | Sojoonghan Nalui Ggoom (2011) - Yi-Rang (voice)
- Cyrano Agency | Shirano; Yeonaejojakdan (2010) - Min-Young
- The Evil Twin | Jeonseolui Gohyan (2007) - So-Yeon / Hyo-Jin
- Love Phobia | Domabaem (2006) - editor
- One Perfect Day | Sarangui Gawibawibo (2013) - Eun-Hee
- Pinocchio (SBS / 2014-2015) - Choi In-Ha
- The Heirs | Sangsokjadeul (SBS / 2013) - Cha Eun-Sang
- Flower Boy Next Door | Yiutjib Ggotminam (tvN / 2013) - Ko Dok-Mi
- The Lord of Dramas | Deuramaui Jaewang (SBS / 2012-2013) - actress (ep.1)
- Heartstrings | Neon Naege Banhaesseo (MBC / 2011) - Lee Kyu-Won
- Sensation World | Xuan Feng Guan Jia (GTV / 2011)
- My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox | Nae Yeochineun Gumiho (SBS / 2010) - Ko Mi-Nyeo (cameo)
- High Kick! 2 | Jibong Ddulgo Haikick (SBS / 2009-2010) - Jeong Hae-Ri (future) / cameo ep 119
- He's Beautiful! | Minamyisinyeoyo (SBS / 2009)
- Just Love | Kkakdoki (MBC / 2007-2008) - Park Sang-Ya
- Prince Hours | Goong S (MBC / 2007) - Shin Se-Ryung
- Seoul 1945 (KBS1 / 2006) - Choi Geum-Hee
- Tree of Heaven | Cheonkukui Namu (SBS-Fuji TV / 2006) - Hana
- Cute or Crazy | Nwiyeopkeona Michikeona (SBS / 2005) - Park Shin-Hye
- Not Alone | Honjaga Aniya (SBS / 2004)
- Stairway to Heaven | Cheongookeui gyedan (SBS / 2003-2004) - Han Jung-Seo (young)
- Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost | Geokjungmaseyo, Gwishinibnida (KBS2 / 2012) - Ghost Yeon-Hwa
- Several Questions That Make Us Happy | Woorereul Haengbok Hake Myeot Kaji Chilmun (KBS2 / 2007) - Hyun-Ji
- 2014 SBS Drama Awards - December 31, 2014
- 2014 (50th) PaekSang Arts Awards - May 27, 2014
- Most Popular Actress ("The Heirs")
- 2013 SBS Drama Awards - December 31, 2013
- 2013 (33rd) Korean Association of Film Critics Awards - November 29, 2013
- Best Supporting Actress ("Miracle in Cell No.7")
- 2013 (49th) PaekSang Arts Awards - May 9, 2013
- Most Popular Actress ("Miracle in Cell No.7")
- 2012 KBS Drama Awards - December 31, 2012
- Special Short Drama Actress ("Don't Worry, I'm a Ghost")
- 2012 (48th) PaekSang Arts Awards - April 26, 2012
- Most Popular Actress ("Heartstrings")
- 2011 (47th) PaekSang Arts Awards - May 26, 2011
- Most Popular Actress ("Cyrano Agency")
- 멜로부터 공포까지, 동글동글 해도 다 할 수 있어요!, "Cine21," May 17, 2007.
- 미남~' 박신혜 "스무살에 주어진 선물" 종영 소감, "Joy News 24," November 26, 2009.
- 박신혜, “아역배우 이미지...천천히 깰래요”, "Osen," August 6, 2010.