Happy Park Bo Young Day: Celebrating flawless on-screen chemistry with Park Hyung Sik, Seo In Guk, and more
Park Bo Young turns 34 today on February 12th. From her on-screen chemistry with Park Hyung Sik in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon to Ahn Hyo Seop in Abyss; here are top co-stars she has shared screen with
Park Bo Young, born on February 12, 1990, is a highly acclaimed South Korean actress with over 17 years of acting experience. Her extensive variety of blockbusters and accolades speaks volumes about her talent and versatility. Despite her established success, Park Bo Young remains dedicated to her craft, constantly pushing boundaries and embracing diverse roles to further hone her skills.
From portraying a sick but strong person to embodying a woman blessed with superhuman strength, Park Bo Young consistently entertains audiences and wins hearts with her remarkable talent. Known as the "Chemistry" actress, she effortlessly establishes captivating chemistry with all her on-screen co-stars. With her bright smile and eyes full of love, Park Bo Young exudes warmth and charisma, making her magnetic chemistry with co-stars a delightful experience for viewers.
Here are top co-stars and their K-dramas with Park Bo Young you can check out:
Park Hyung Sik in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
Park Bo Young's adorable and bubbly side shines brightly in her portrayal of Do Bong Soon in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. The delightful contrast between her petite stature and her extraordinary strength, the result of a superpower, comes to life as she seamlessly transitions into the role of a temporary bodyguard for Ahn Min Hyuk (played by Park Hyung Sik), the CEO of a gaming company.
Park Hyung Sik and Park Bo Young emerged as one of the most beloved couples in the world of K-dramas in 2017, capturing the hearts of fans with their undeniable chemistry. Their portrayal of the endearing couple in the popular series Strong Woman Do Bong Soon solidified their status as one of the most cherished duos in the industry. Both on-screen and off-screen, their chemistry was evident, leaving fans swooning over their interactions. Even the staff couldn't help but speculate about a potential real-life connection between them.
Their charm together was so remarkable that the duo reunited as their characters for the spin-off series Strong Girl Kang Nam Soon, where fans once again fell head over heels for their unchanged chemistry. Their ability to effortlessly bring their characters to life and create a magnetic connection on screen shows their talent and undeniable charm.
Seo In Guk in Doom at Your Service
In Doom at Your Service, Park Bo Young portrays Tak Dong Kyung, an editor for a web novel whose world is turned upside down on the anniversary of her parents' death when she learns she has glioblastoma and only three months left to live. Following her diagnosis, Dong Kyung crosses paths with Myul Mang (played by Seo In Guk), the harbinger of doom destined to bring ruin and despair. Their fates intertwine when Dong Kyung drunkenly wishes for the world's doom upon a shooting star, a wish Myul Mang is eager to fulfill to end his own dark existence.
Seo In Guk and Park Bo Young's chemistry in Doom at Your Service was truly remarkable, both on-screen and off-screen. Their magnetic connection immediately draws viewers in from the very beginning. The intense yet heartfelt chemistry between the duo keeps audiences engaged and on the edge of their seats throughout the series. Doom at Your Service not only broke hearts but also delivered a deeply emotional romance. Despite Myul Mang's pessimistic view of life and Tak Dong Kyung's struggles, they find solace and comfort in each other. Their romance is characterized by its depth, intensity, and passion, exceeding all expectations.
Ahn Hyo Seop in Abyss
Abyss is an interesting fantasy drama centered around a mystical marble that has the power to reincarnate the souls of the deceased into entirely new individuals. Park Bo Young takes on the role of Go Se Yeon, a stunningly beautiful prosecutor who tragically loses her life, only to be reborn as an ordinary-looking woman. Ahn Hyo Seop portrays Cha Min, Go Se Yeon's longtime best friend of over two decades, who undergoes a magical transformation into a strikingly handsome man. Following their mysterious rebirths, the two lifelong companions set out on a journey to uncover the identity of Go Se Yeon's murderer.
In the drama, Park Bo Young exhibits incredible chemistry with her co-stars, including Ahn Hyo Seop as Cha Min, Lee Si Eon as Park Dong Chul, and Song Sang Eun as senior Lee Mi Do. Particularly noteworthy is the adorable chemistry between Park Bo Young and Ahn Hyo Seop, which has garnered significant attention. From their portrayal of childhood friends of 20 years to their heartwarming first kiss that solidified their romantic bond, their on-screen dynamic has captivated viewers. Dubbed the "Marble Couple," fans have rallied behind Park Bo Young and Ahn Hyo Seop, showing unwavering support for their on-screen partnership.
Jo Jung Suk in Oh My Ghost
Oh My Ghost follows the life of Na Bong Sun, a shy assistant chef whose life takes an unexpected turn when she becomes possessed by a lustful virgin ghost determined to fulfill her desires. Actor Jo Jung Suk and Park Bo Young have been the talk of the town ever since their delightful chemistry on the show.
Many viewers couldn't help but feel envious, even jealous, of Jo Jung Suk for sharing Park Bo Young's first on-screen kiss since her debut. During an interview, Jo Jung Suk admitted that he couldn't conceal his genuine feelings, especially because Park Bo Young's aegyo (cute charm) was simply irresistible. The on-screen chemistry between the two was undeniable as Park Bo Young flawlessly portrayed two distinct characters, captivating audiences with her versatility.
Song Joong Ki in A Werewolf Boy
In the movie, she portrays Kim Soon Yi, a moody teenager who relocates to the tranquil countryside with her family. There, they stumble upon a wild boy in their yard, whom they name Chul Soo (played by Song Joong Ki). Initially indifferent to Chul Soo, Soon Yi gradually warms up to him, especially after he shields her from unwanted advances.
No one could have predicted the success of a film revolving around a werewolf and a woman falling in love. Yet, A Werewolf Boy not only graced various film festivals but also earned its place as one of the most beloved Korean melodramas. This triumph speaks volumes about the storyline and the enchanting chemistry between Park Bo Young and Song Joong Ki. Their love story unfolds with innocence, followed by heartbreak, creating a narrative that deserves more than just a couple of hours on screen. Remarkably, the duo doesn't exchange a single conversation. Instead, Park Bo Young's tender care for Song Joong Ki, coupled with his endearing puppy-eyed looks and unwavering loyalty, captivates viewers and fulfills their idea of romance.