The Park Bo Gum Dramas That Set The Magic Right Before His Manila Fan Meet In June
Brave and beautiful – Park Bo Gum has been proving his reliability as an actor, not with sheer luck, but of pure dedication to the roles given to him.
If the new generation of actors would be assessed through the dramas they have worked on, Park Bo Gum deserves full marks. From bit to supporting roles, you can easily spot the effort he has made to make the character distinctly resonates on its own.
Additionally, his passion to improve his craft as an actor evidently shows by not playing safe with characters he has taken. Instead, opting to go for something that will challenge and expand his artistic range has always been the case for him.
As if his talents are not enough to win the audience’ approval, Park’s kind and respectful demeanor has locked him as one of the most in-demand artists in the thriving industry of Korean wave.
Today is a GOOD DAY to take a trip back to Park Bo Gum’s small and big screen memorable journeys.
FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO UNPRECEDENTED STARDOM
Debuted in 2011 with a quick role in the film Blind with Kim Ha Neul, Park joined then newly-established agency Blossom Entertainment, which also housed renowned actors Song Joong Ki and Cha Tae Hyun.
Securing his first major role in 2012 for SBS family weekender Wonderful Mama, he continued to build his acting portfolio through roles in youth drama Naeil’s Cantabile in 2014. That same year, he also played roles in films A Hard Day’s Night, which was screened in Cannes; and the all-time highest-grossing South Korean film The Admiral: Roaring Currents.
His critically acclaimed performance in thriller series I Remember You eventually led to one of his definitive roles.
Playing the role of a genius Baduk player Choi Taek, Park, together with the young cast of the nostalgic hit drama Reply 1988, amassed huge following. Eventually making them households’ name at the time of the airing, the series pushed the popularity of its talented young cast.
Love in the Moonlight
From the extraordinary success of Reply 1988, Park solidified his mainstream success with historical series, Love in the Moonlight. There, he earned the title “National Prince of Korea”.
Still a lot of magic left on his sleeve, Park made up for his two-year hiatus by making his fans swoon over his charms in the recently concluded Encounter. Achieving the perfect poster boy status as a loving boyfriend, the actor painted a beautiful K-Drama encounter with his followers.
Music Bank Stint & Youth Over Flowers
Branching out to a new role as the Music Bank emcee, Park was praised for his impeccable chemistry with Red Velvet’s Irene. His established hosting talent has constantly led KBS to tap him as a special host whenever the reliable music show goes on tour overseas.
Showing his casual side, Park has also guested in variety shows Infinite Challenge, 1 Night 2 Days and Hyori’s Homestay. Additionally, he also joined his Reply 1988 brothers on PD Na’s travel variety program, Youth Over Flowers, which was shot in Africa.
2019 Park Bo Gum “Good Day” Asia Tour
After a successful kickoff in Seoul, Park continued a remarkable fan meeting stage in Japan and Bangkok. He had met his fans in Singapore on March 9, in Hong Kong on March 16, and up next will be in Malaysia on March 30.
On April 27, Park Bo Gum Asia Tour in Manila <Good Day: May your everyday be a good day> will be held at the Mall of Asia Arena in the Philippines. It will be the last stop of the magical fan meeting gifted by Park Bo Gum to his faithful followers.
Furthermore, the actor has prepared special gifts of Hi-Touch opportunities to all attendees. Lucky raffle will be drawn for signed posters and press conference slots.
Park Bo Gum – 박보검 Global Fanpage Park Bo Gum 박보검 Bogummy Philippines
2019 PARK BO GUM ASIA TOUR GOOD DAY IN MANILA is brought to fans by Blossom Entertainment, Ovation Productions and ABSCBN Events.
Visit Ovation Productions for details regarding the event.
How does this story make you feel?