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Style Steal: Park Shin Hye
Here’s how to cop South Korean sweetheart Park Shin Hye’s simple yet chic style
K-drama darling Park Shin Hye has been an active presence in the small screen for over a decade now since making her debut in the acclaimed television series Stairway to Heaven at the tender age of 13. Since then, she’s blossomed into one of South Korea’s most sought after actresses and a fashion icon in her own right.
Known for her simple yet sophisticated outfits, you’ll often see her sporting tailored midi skirts, crisp button-ups, and flowy trousers topped off with killer heels or comfy sneakers.
Park Shin Hye’s wardobe might be enviable, but it is still very much attainable. Here are a few key pieces you need to achieve Park Shin Hye’s effortless, feminine style.
A printed accent piece is a great way to spice up an otherwise drab ensemble. Although Park Shin Hye’s style may be simple and straightforward, one thing’s for sure: its never boring.
Park Shin Hye Reflects On Her Experiences Working With Choi Min Sik And #EXO's D.O
In a recent interview and spread with Marie Claire magazine, Park Shin Hye opened up about what it’s like to act alongside veteran actors like Choi Min Sik and up-and-coming juniors like EXO’s D.O.
Park Shin Hye’s most recent project is “Silence” (tentative title), which wrapped up filming in February. A remake of the popular 2013 Chinese film “Silent Witness,” the film is centered around the murder of a powerful and influential businessman’s fiancée, with his daughter as the prime murder suspect. Park Shin Hye portrays the strong-willed lawyer who will do anything to figure out the truth behind the case
Choi Min Sik plays the role of the businessman, and the actress explained in the magazine interview how she felt being next to such a senior actor.
“It was truthfully an honor in itself to be able to act face to face with Choi Min Sik. I was really nervous, but his encouragement became a huge strength to me,” she reflected. Park Shin Hye recalled how the most memorable scenes they filmed together were those that occurred in the courtroom, because “all the actors were gathered in one place.”
She was then asked how acting with a senior like Choi Min Sik differed from working with a junior like EXO’s D.O., whom she acted alongside in “My Annoying Brother.”
Park Shin Hye explained that she tended to understandably be more nervous around Choi Min Sik, but she learned a lot from both experiences.
With Choi Min Sik, she was able to adapt and naturally follow his lead while watching him act. The actress remembered how he would always lift her spirits and would compliment her acting, in addition to giving her lots of advice. She added, “[Choi Min Sik] is such a cheerful and fun person [on set], so I throughly enjoyed myself during filming.”
As for D.O., Park Shin Hye commented, “To me, Do Kyung Soo (D.O.’s real name) is an actor. It was actually more fascinating to see him sing onstage.”
Although she was the senior, the actress ended up becoming motivated by such an “admirable person.” “He works really hard when he acts. When we were filming our movie, he had a lot of overseas events. Seeing him become completely immersed in our production even with such a busy schedule made me reflect on myself,” Park Shin Hye explained.
The rest of the actress’s interview and photo shoot can be found in the latest edition of Marie Claire.
Even the police was surprised because online haters' abusive comments about #ParkShinHye were too harsh
Park Shin Hye has recently entered an action against her online haters. She hired a lawyer and filed a complaint against the haters. Well, she did the right thing, and it is expected the haters will pay for what they did.
By the way, there is a story behind it.
At first, Park Shin Hye and her agency didn't think about entering an action against her online haters. You know, Park Shin Hye is a good-natured person, and she thought she should endure all the things because she is a popular actress.
However, some of the actress' fans reported it to the police, and after reading all the abusive comments by Park Shin Hye's online haters, the police called her agency and advised the agency to take legal action because even the police was very surprised because the abusive comments were too harsh. Online haters have constantly sexually harassed Park Shin Hye and spread groundless rumors about her.
#ParkShinHye shares #selfie after #CNBLUE #concert
#박신혜 #강민혁 #이종혁 @CNBLUE_4
Park Shin-hye uploaded a selfie taken at CNBLUE’s latest concert on social media, Sunday.
She took the picture with the boy group members Kang Min-hyuk and Lee Jong-hyun at their waiting room after the concert.
Park boasted a strong friendship with Kang, who starred in the SBS drama “The Heirs” together in 2013.
Along with the photo, the actress wrote, “I brought Joon-hee (Kang’s character’s name in the drama) back after all these years. I really enjoyed the concert.”
Meanwhile, Park will kick off her annual Asia tour “Flower of Angel” in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Park Shin Hye Demonstrates Her Loyalty And Close Friendship With CNBLUE By Attending Their Concert
Actress Park Shin Hye recently attended a CNBLUE concert to show her support for the band!
On June 4, the actress uploaded a number of photos from the concert to her personal Instagram account. In the photos, the actress is holding a light stick from the concert. She uploaded two selfies with members Kang Min Hyuk and Lee Jong Hyun, as well as two group shots of herself with the whole band.
Park Shin Hye’s friendship with the band members is well-known, as she has worked with them in a number of dramas. Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye famously starred together in two popular dramas, “Heartstrings” and “You’re Beautiful.” Plus, the actress has also acted with Kang Min Hyuk in “Heirs” and “Heartstrings.”
Meanwhile, the actress opened up about marriage in a recent interview. Plus, the actress’s agency confirmed that they will be taking legal action against malicious commenters.