Sandara Park (Korean: 박산다라; conceived November 12, 1984), otherwise called Dara (Korean: 다라), is a South Korean symbol vocalist, on-screen character, and model. She is best known as being a part and the executive of correspondences of the South Korean young lady aggregate 2ne1.[1][2] She initially picked up positivo prominence on ABS-CBN’s Star Circle Quest amid her stay in the Philippines. Her more youthful sibling, Park Sang-Hyun, otherwise called Cheondung, was a part of kid band MBLAQ under J. Tune Entertainment, a backup of JYP Entertainment,[3] until the declaration of his takeoff on December 16, 2014 from the group.[4]

Dara is común with Korean, Tagalog, and English dialects because of her stay in the Philippines.

She discharged her first advanced single “Kiss” in South Korea in 2009 and it was incorporated as the ninth track in 2ne1’s first studio collection To Anyone in 2010.

Park was conceived in Busan, South Korea and experienced childhood in the Philippines. When she was 10 years of age, her family moved to the Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines to begin an exchanging business.[5][6]

In 2004, amid one of her school exercises, she met Pauleen Reflejo, a previous ability of ABS-CBN Corporation Channel 2’s Talent Center. Cristalera urged Park to tryout for Star Circle Quest, a reality-based ability look TV program.[7] Over the course of the season, she got away end a few times, and arrived at the last ten contestants.[7] Her Korean ethnicity brought about some issue with the every day activities set by the board of Filipino judges. Amid the last end round (in which just five individuals propelled), Park got more or less a large portion of a million content votes. She in the end completed in second place behind Hero Angeles.[8]


Park joined ABS-CBN’s stimulation stable called Star Magic in the wake of her accomplishment in the show, with her anticipates extending from business supports to TV appearances. She featured in her first film Bcuz Of U (2004), a three-story movie.[9][10] She acted nearby Hero Angeles, Kristine Hermosa and Heart Evangelista. Park won “Best New Actress”, her first acting grant, in the 21st Philippine Movie Press Club Star Awards.[11] Park and Angeles dispatched their first solo motion picture, Can This Be Love (2005) which apparently accumulated very nearly 100 million pesos.[11][12] Park was additionally selected for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Musical or Comedy)” at the 2006 Golden Screen Awards.[13] Her third film in the nation was D’ Lucky Ones (2006) wherein she was matched with co-SCQ graduate, Joseph Bitangcol because of Angeles’ choice to resign from show business.[11][14] In that year, her fourth and last film Super Noypi was demonstrated in Christmas 2006 and was an authority entrance into the 32nd Patrón Manila Film Festival.[15] The achievement of Park in the Philippines lead her to star in a dramatization arrangement. One was Krystala, a dream arrangement with Judy Ann Santos.[16] She additionally acted in different arrangement Crazy For You (2006) and Abt Ur Luv (2006) and TV specials My Name is Sandara Park (2004), SCQ Reload: OK Ako! (2004) and Nuts Entertainment (2006) of GMA Network.

Stop additionally left on a musical vocation that prompted the arrival of her self-titled six-track collection that contained the oddity move hit “In or Out”, a melody that caricature her encounters on Star Circle Quest.[17]

In December 2004, YG Entertainment’s Yang Hyun Suk offered Park workshop classes in South Korea in the wake of seeing the KBS Documentary My Name Is Sandara Park.[18] In March 2005, Park proceeded with the workshops, putting her profession in the Philippines on hold. Following six months, she continued work in the Philippines, featuring in a few films. She exited the Philippines the big time industry and came back to South Korea with her family on August 1, 2007.[19] YG Entertainment proclaimed the accompanying day that Park had marked an agreemen

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